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BUSINESS PROGRAMSThe Selbyville Police Department offers the seminars listed below to any interested business both within the Town of Selbyville and the surrounding areas. The seminars are held during our annual Business Safety Seminar Program, or they can be conducted on-site at the requesting business. The programs are taught by experienced officers who have received specialized training in the topic area. •BAD CHECK / CREDIT CARD FRAUD•BURGLARY / ROBBERY PREVENTION•FRAUD / THEFT PREVENTION•SECURITY INSPECTIONS / CHECKLISTS•SHOPLIFTING PREVENTIONTo request additional information contact to request information please contact Terri Collins at: e-mail email@example.comThank you
COMMUNITY PROGRAMSThe Selbyville Police Department offers numerous programs for the residents, visitors, and students in Selbyville. Several of the programs are geared toward either the elementary schools or the middle school; however, the majority can be conducted at any time, at any location. •CHILD ID / FINGERPRINTING•BICYCLE SAFETY •BICYCLE REGISTRATION / SAFETY CHECK•FIREARMS SAFETY PRESENTATION•GUN LOCK GIVE-WAYS•HALLOWEEN CANDY CHECK (CONDUCTED AT THE DEPARTMENT ON TRICK OR TREAT NIGHT)•HOME SECURITY INSPECTION•HOME &/OR BUSINESS VACATION CHECKS•McGRUFF THE CRIME DOG •MOBILE DISPLAY•NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH •SEATBELT / PEDESTRIAN SAFETY PRESENTATIONTo schedule a presentation or to request information please contact Terri Collins at: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
Any compliments or complaints should be forwarded to the attention of the Chief of Police at the Department address:Selbyville Town Hall68 West Church St.P.O. Box 106Selbyville, DE 19975If you are making a formal complaint the attached form shown below must be completed and sent to the Chief of Police. Once the complaint is received an investigating officer will contact you.
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The Selbyville Police Department currently services an area of approx. 9 square miles, 8 miles west of the Atlantic Ocean, sitting on the Mason Dixon line with the State of Maryland as our Southern boundary. The jurisdiction is dissected with US Route 113 running North & South, and State Routes 17 & 54 running East & West proving access to the beach resorts to our East. The jurisdiction consists of several thousand people of varied cultures and nationalities working in or around the numerous golf courses, resort business, nurseries, farms, or local poultry plants. The jurisdiction also contains three schools with a combined student population of nearly 2500 student in pre-school through 8th grade, as well as the Indian River School District Administrative Offices. Annually, we respond to approx. 3000 calls for service, 150 traffic collisions, and process approx. 500 criminal arrests a year. We are the only municipal agency in southern Delaware that currently houses an Intoxilyzer (for testing blood alcohol), a Video Phone, and a Live Scan Unit. The Video Phone, allows officers to prisoners to be seen from out Department holding area, without having to transport them 18 miles to the closest 24 hour Magistrate Court. The Live Scan unit allows for digital input and search of mugshots and fingerprints to both the State Bureau of Identification & the Federal Bureau of InvestigationThe Department currently consists of full-time and part-time officers, rotating 12 hour shifts. All full-time officers are assigned a take-home patrol unit, equipped with a radar unit, mobile data terminal, in-car video, "Stop Sticks", evidence collection and testing equipment and basic first aid equipment. On duty units carry an Automatic External Defibrillator (A.E.D.) for response to cardiac emergencies. The Department is dispatches through an in house dispatch center & through the county wide Emergency Operation Center which is responsible for the three State Police Troops (# 4, 5, & 7) as well as the 18 municipal agencies in the county. The Department currently operates Dodge Charger's, Chevy Tahoe’s & Ford SUV’s for normal duty, Trek Mountain bikes, and a Ford F-350 & Military Humvee for foul weather in addition to a Special Response Vehicle.
EACH APPLICANT IS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE A PERSONAL HISTORY STATEMENTThe applicant is responsible for showing the requested documents to the investigator / interviewer and also for providing a photocopy of each original document. The investigator will review the documents with you at the time of the interview. Failure to produce the requested documents will result in a delay of processing your application or possible rejection from the process.Included in the Application for Employment are the following items:CERTIFICATE OF BIRTH, HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA, COLLEGE DIPLOMA ( IF APPLICABLE), OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS – HIGH SCHOOL AND/OR COLLEGE DD214 FOR EACH PERIOD OF MILITARY SERVICE, NATURALIZATION CERTIFICATE ANY COURT ORDERS: DIVORCE, BANKRUPTCY, CHILD SUPPORT, NAME CHANGE, ORDER OF JUDGMENT, LEGAL SEPARATION, ETC., DRIVER’S LICENSE, SOCIAL SECURITY CARD.Please use the attached Acrobat File Document to provide the necessary information for the Interview.
The Selbyville Police Department was created by Town Charter on March 5, 1931 and was tasked with the “protection of persons and property, as well maintaining public peace, preventing crime, and promoting public morals.”Originally, and for many years there after, only one officer was responsible for patrolling the business district east of the railroad tracks and the commercial area around the railroad. The officer was also responsible for operating and maintaining the town's water treatment plant. This responsibility continued on as the job of the Police Chief until the mid 1960s. For more info...
Within the Selbyville Museum you will find the Selbyville Police Department Museum. Initially started as display of several pieces of antique equipment and newspaper articles for the Town’s Old Timers’ Day Festival in 2005, the display grew quickly during the preparation for the Department’s 75th Anniversary in 2006. Officers searched for articles and photos from the local newspaper dating back to 1938. Also, all previous officers that could be located we contacted for photos and stories. Initially we focused on the history of our Police Department, but quickly decided to expand to surrounding small Departments and officers. Our displays include any historical item that we came across, handcuffs, batons, evidence collection items, photos, etc. We also searched out Departments that were in the process of disposing of old equipment to try to obtain items that we did not have. We continually solicit items from the public and visitors who may have relatives who were officers, are retired officers, other small Departments, etc. Also, we encourage visitors write about stories they may have about an incident or of officer that they knew. Please enjoy the photos of the displays, and should you come across a piece of law enforcement history and like to make a loan or donation, please contact the Police Department or the Museum Director... at 302-436-8334 ext. 104.
The Selbyville Police Department Museum is now Open.