The Community Action Team, or CAT, consists of six full-time Deputies. Their main focus is to eradicate community disorders or problems that have been identified through the following sources of information:
The CAT works closely with the Special Operations Unit and the Investigations Unit of the Detective Division in cases where patterns of drug activity and theft have been identified. The CAT supervisor is constantly analyzing crime trends and 911 call activity for the Sheriff's Office on a daily basis. Members of the Community Action Team are often called upon to assist the Special Operations Unit with coordinated investigations involving street level drug sales, prostitution stings, gambling operations, and nuisance business complaints.
|Investigations||Special Victims Unit||Victim Services|
|School Resource||Forensics||Special Operations|
|Community Action Team||Aviation Unit||Marine Unit|
|Sex Offender Registry||Animal Enforcement Unit|