Vehicle Maintenance Division
The Vehicle Maintenance Division of the Warren Police Department consists of one officer responsible for the upkeep of all the Warren Police Department vehicles, and for the maintenance on all the mobile video recorders, radio systems and internal police equipment in the cruisers.
This officer is also responsible for contracts with the outside vendors who work on the fleet of vehicles. Vehicle Maintenance collaborates with purchasing agents in making purchase orders for vendors. Vehicle Maintenance works with the agent when ordering new vehicles and the equipment necessary to turn them into police cars, adding new vehicles to city insurance, and removing old ones.
Additional responsibilities include: ordering gas; managing the fuel management system used by the police department; handling all traffic complaints; investigating all hit-skip accidents; attending all traffic related meetings; assisting in vehicle tow slip release; processing all vehicles that have been towed to Mays and sending out certified letters on all of those vehicles; running LEADS on towed vehicles; ordering business cards for all Warren Police personnel; organizing traffic control for all parades; organizing the Auxiliary Police Department; and locating, diagramming and setting up all OVI check points.
Vehicle Maintenance Division Officers
Traffic Commissioner: Ben Harrell