Daytona Beach Shores Department of Public Safety
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In 1991, Daytona Beach Shores became the first community in Volusia County to adopt a Public Safety program by merging the police and fire departments. The program has won wide support because it saves the City an estimated $100,000. a year while providing prompt emergency assistance. Residents receive a response to an emergency call in an average of little more than 2 minutes. To maintain that level of service, officers regularly undergo training to be certified for police, fire and emergency medical duties. The City currently has 35 sworn officers with 7 paramedics on staff.
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