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Founded in 1915, the Pinellas Park Police Department serves a population of over 50,000 residents living within 16 square miles.
Under the leadership of the current police chief, Michael L. Haworth, the Pinellas Park Police Department employs 150 paid employees including sworn police officers, dispatchers, and support staff. The services provided by this law enforcement agency in Pinellas County, FL, is also supported by approximately 65 police volunteers and explorers.
In addition to the Office of the Chief of Police, the agency is broken out into three divisions:
According to the Police Applicant Screening Service (PASS) Salary Survey, the 2017 salary ranges for the Pinellas Park Police Department is a minimum of $45,186 and a maximum of $49,705 for an officer, a minimum of $50,656 or a maximum of $75,183, or a minimum of $45,198 or a maximum of $67,059 for a Corporal.
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Our criminal defense attorneys understand the tactics used by officers with the Pinellas Park Police Department when they patrol the area by vehicle, bicycle, and even horseback.
We represent clients charged with serious traffic crimes such as DUI and reckless driving. We also represent clients charged with a range of felony and misdemeanor offenses charged in state court.
If you were arrested by the Pinellas Park Police Department, then contact an experienced criminal defense attorney at Morris Law Firm, P.A. to discuss the case.
This article was last updated on Friday, August 5, 2017.