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Title: SOUTH REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL PATROL SECTION


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SOUTH REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL PATROL SECTION
MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENTHammocks District
  • 17799 SW 198 TERRACE
  • MIAMI, FLORIDA

Delivering Excellence Every Day
MIT SDB 7/15/07
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MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENTMISSION STATEMENT
  • INTEGRITY
  • RESPECT
  • SERVICE
  • FAIRNESS

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AGRICULTURAL PATROL STATION
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AGRICULTURAL PATROLORGANIZATIONAL CHART
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Day Shift
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Afternoon Shift
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Midnight Shift
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AREA OF PATROL
The area of responsibility encompasses
approximately 440 square miles, from Southwest 8
Street south to the County Line, and from
Biscayne Bay west to the Everglades National
Park.  The Section provides community oriented
policing in the rural and agricultural areas and
these services include, but are not limited to,
the investigations of burglary, theft, and
criminal mischief of farm equipment.  The Section
conducts proactive patrol of groves, nurseries,
apiaries, and produce and U-Pick fields.  The
Section also investigates cases of cruelty to
farm animals, assaults and disputes concerning
agricultural related issues, and incidents
involving exotic animals.  The Section inspects
groves, fruit stands, and vehicles transporting
produce and plants, and gathers lost or loose
farm animals.  The Section further accomplishes
the police function by assisting regular
investigative units with access to areas as a
result of impenetrable conditions.
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CRIME REPORTING
  • Only through citizen crime reporting is the
    Agricultural Patrol able to focus on crimes
    targeting the agricultural areas. Enforcement
    becomes possible only when the type and volume of
    a crime can be analyzed based on the reports
    made revealing location, dates and times of
    occurrence, and the nature of the crime.

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CRIME REPORTING
  • Members in the Agricultural Community are
    encouraged to
  • Make a police report of missing inventory, known
    thefts, cut fences or gate lock chains, criminal
    mischief, etc.
  • Notify Agricultural Patrol personnel with the
    description of any suspicious activity, person,
    and vehicle (tag, type, make, model, and color).

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WHERE TO REPORT A CRIME
  • If you witness a crime or suspect criminal
    activity please call
  • 911 for CRIMES-IN-PROGRESS
  • Midnight Squad 10 p.m. - 7 a.m.
  • On-Duty Officer   (786) 218-8301
  • Day Squad 6 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • On-Duty Officer (786) 218-8344
  • Afternoon Squad 2 p.m. - 11 p.m.
  • On-Duty Officer (786) 258-2224
  • Non-Emergency call (305) 4-POLICE

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WATCH ORDERS
  • The Agricultural Patrol Watch Order program
    has been established in an effort to keep
    effective communication channels open with
    stakeholders in the agricultural community and
    the Ag Patrol policing units to stay informed and
    work together to address mutual concerns of
    current crime trends, subjects, and crime
    prevention in the agricultural areas.
  • Members of the Agricultural Community are
    encouraged to e-mail or fax completed Watch
    Order forms with their concerns of possible
    criminal activity to their farm, nursery, or
    grove. In addition, they may notify Ag Patrol
    units via a Watch Order when unattended farming
    equipment is left overnight in a field, chemicals
    are left for the spray days, and crops are ready
    for harvest.
  • Watch Order forms may be downloaded at
    www.dade-agriculture.org or request by calling
    (305) 252-8311.

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CRIME PREVENTION AWARENESS
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NURSERIES
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WAYS TO DETER SUSPECTS FROM VICTIMIZING NURSERIES
  • Adequately secure all plastic planting pots,
    equipment, and/or fertilizer away from public
    view.
  • Nurseries that use black planting pots should
    remove the strapping that keeps them bundled.
  • Request an Agricultural Patrol Watch Order upon
    the delivery of large shipments of plastic
    planting pots, and/or fertilizer.

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GROVES
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SECURITY
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PREVENT AG THEFT
  • Property should be fenced, gated and well lit.
  • Ideally, install security cameras in strategic
    locations, with a back-up tape.
  • When security cameras are in use, it is
    imperative that lighting is placed at the same
    angle as the camera, and not facing the camera.
  • Maintain a list of equipment serial numbers and
    VIN numbers.
  • Engrave equipment and tools with the name of the
    business and the owners drivers license number.
    This will assist in identifying stolen items
    when recovered.
  • Enclose pumps and generators in a cage or other
    secure structure.
  • Remove keys from every piece of equipment at the
    end of each and every business day.
  • Limit key holders.
  • Store materials in an area not visible from the
    roadway.
  • Do not keep surplus materials around. Order only
    what is needed.
  • Secure valuables in locked storage areas.
  • When possible, have a caretaker live on the
    property itself.

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SECURING A STORAGE CONTAINER
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SIGNS
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DISPLAY EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
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