In 2010 the Levy County Sheriff's Office Citizens on Patrol (COP) Program has worked 8,649 hours with the Sheriff's Office. This Unit is a volunteer Unit within the Sheriff's Office that has saved the taxpayers thousands of dollars. The COP Unit assists with the following services:
- Funeral Escorts.
- Traffic control crashes, forest fires and natural disasters.
- Working at the Levy County Court House to assist with Jury Selections, Trials and Court Proceedings.
- Pick up Pawn tickets through out the county.
- Transports when requested by Law Enforcement.
- Clerical Work in the LCSO Records Section.
- Community Patrols when requested by Law Enforcement.
- Clerical Work in the LCSO Civil Section.
- LCSO Business Watch Program.
- Assist Local Municipalities.
In 2010 the COP has volunteered over 8649 hours a savings over $129,735. From January to June of 2011 the COP has donated 4,947 hours a savings of $74,205.
The Levy County Sheriff's Office Citizens on Patrol (COP) Program worked 104 funerals during 2010.
From October 1, 2010 through June 2011 the COP Unit has traveled 29,117 Miles and used $7731.17 in fuel.
COP has worked the below Special Events:
Williston 4th of July Parade and Fireworks
Williston High School Homecoming Parade
Williston Air Show
Martin Luther King Parade
Halloween Trail of Treaters (October)
Williston Police Department Banquet
Otter Creek Parade
Wild Hog Canoe Race to benefit Levy ARC
Bronson High School Homecoming Parade
Bronson Youth League
Bark and Purr Charity Event
Working at the Levy County Court House to assist with Jury Selection, Trials and Court Proceedings.
Chiefland High School Homecoming Parade
4th of July Parade
Arts & Crafts Festival
Mustang Run to Cedar Key
Festival of Lights Boat Parade
Spring Festival for Park Service
The COP Program provides escorts for the following Motorcycle Charity Events:
Ride to Provide for Levy ARC
Cruzin for Kids, Williston Elementary School Safety Patrol
Toys for Tots, Chiefland
We are very grateful for the dedication of the men & women who volunteer there time away from home. The COP Program is an intricate part of the Levy County Sheriff's Office and a tremendous benefit to the citizens of this great county. Their loyalty to the program does not go unnoticed. If anyone would like to participate in this program you can contact Lt. Sean Mullins at 352-486-5111.
Major Evan Sullivan
Levy County Sheriff's Office
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