This unit is led by a lieutenant and comprised of 15 civilian Code Enforcement officers, three civilian Code Enforcement supervisors, a police sergeant, and four sworn police officers.
In 2016, the Quality of Life Unit investigated 12,966 complaints, issued 12,051 notices of violation, issued 748 citations, and removed 13,948 illegal signs.
While located at One Justice Square, Officers are assigned geographic territories and are in the field during their workday. Officers not only respond to reported violations, but initiate cases as well. The primary function of the sworn Police Officers will be to proactively address areas in regards to crime statistics.
Although not required, typically a Notice of Violation will be issued with a compliance deadline. Upon follow up, if the violation(s) still exists, a citation can be issued.