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Office of Professional Standards
Purpose
The Office of Professional Standards (OPS) is charged with maintaining the integrity of the Daytona Beach Police Department (DBPD). From an organizational standpoint, OPS is a component of the office of the chief of police and serves at the discretion and authority of the chief.

Tasks
The detectives assigned to OPS carryout many functions that ensure DBPD operates with professionalism and transparency. Some of the tasks completed by OPS include:
  • Review and investigate allegations concerning employee misconduct
  • Review Department member involved traffic crashes
  • Facilitate random drug screening for members of DBPD
  • Assist in policy review
  • Review all use of force applications

OPS Case Load
Historically, OPS reviewed the following number of incidents:
  • 68 investigations in 2012
  • 66 investigations in 2011
  • 51 investigations in 2010
  • 39 investigations in 2009
  • 66 investigations in 2008