Amity Drive Neighborhood Park has a gazebo with picnic tables, a basketball court, and a playground. The picnic shelter is available to rent. Contact Park Permits for availability and applications.
Acting Lt. Bill Kellogg is the Commander of the Administrative Section. The Administrative Section has the following responsibilities: Volunteers, Rangers, and policy and planning. Acting Lt. Kellogg is also the Commander for the Community Services Section (see below). Also housed in the Administrative Section is the function of training. The Training Section’s mission is to provide a variety of training to ensure that employees continue developing their skills and are versed in the latest law enforcement trends.
Acting Captain Nicole Adams serves as the Assistant Chief in charge of the Patrol Branch. The Assistant Chief of the Patrol Branch oversees the Patrol Branch including all six patrol squads (day work, evenings, and midnights) and the Canine Unit. The mission of the Patrol Branch is to provide front-line services to our community. Officers assigned to the Patrol Branch are the first to respond to requests for service from members of the community and Commission staff. We understand that police reponses are critical to community opinion of the Division and the perception of crime. With that in mind, we attempt to provide the most professional, comprehensive, and service-oriented response possible. Officers are thoroughly trained to provide exceptional service to the community while maintaining personal and community safety. Officers are tasked with quickly assessing on-going situations, protecting life and property and effectively and efficiently taking appropriate actions.
The Canine Section, supervised by Sergeant Codi Evans, falls under the Patrol Section (Evening Shift Patrol Commander).
The Canine Section is responsible for assisting fellow officers with tracks, building searches, area searches, and vehicle scans. The Canine explosive teams are responsible for scanning buildings and/or open areas for explosive devices and can be used as a precautionary measure when events are scheduled.
The Unit is comprised of five K-9 teams: Sergeant Codi Evans and Niner (patrol/narcotics); Officer Justin Andrews and Tango (patrol); Officer Dennis Benden and Knight (explosives); Officer Steven Burroughs and Brody (patrol); and Officer Heather McLaughlin and Lucky (explosives).