Our Regional Duty Officers are the vital link between the public and law enforcement. The work is challenging and crucial to maintaining public safety on Florida's streets and highways.
Regional Duty Officers receive calls from the public and dispatch troopers to crashes and other calls for service. They monitor trooper safety and provide any assistance a trooper may need.
Regional Duty Officers receive special training to become certified to access information stored in local, state, and federal criminal justice databases.
Regional Duty Officers work with troopers as well as other local, county, state, national, and international law enforcement agencies.
A high school diploma or its equivalent and one year of experience in radio-teletype operations, sworn law enforcement, dispatching, forestry, firefighting, or other public contact work. College education from an accredited institution can substitute at the rate of 30 semester or 45 quarter hours for the required experience. Experience as described above can substitute on a year for year basis for the required high school education.
- State health and life insurance
- Competitive leave benefits
- Ten paid holidays annually
- Military and Reserve training leave
- 100% state-paid retirement benefits
- Career advancement opportunities
- Free tuition to state universities and community colleges
- Educational Leave with Pay Program
- Credit Union membership
- Member Assistance Program