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The Police Department is responsible for all law enforcement and public safety of Town residents and businesses including 24-hour/7 days per week officer patrol, traffic enforcement, neighborhood checks, dispatch services and school crossing guards.

Department Information

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Community Programs

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Take an inside look at what it's like to be an
Orange Park Police Officer

Department Contact Information

2025 Smith Street
Orange Park, FL 32073
Hours: Seven Days per week, 24 hours
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Randy Case, Chief of Police

Phone: (904) 264-5555
Email: rcase@townop.com

Randy Case was born in Jacksonville, FL. After high school, he enlisted in the Marine Corps and was stationed in Okinawa, Japan; MCAS Beaufort, SC; and Camp Lejeune, NC. He was also deployed to Korea, Germany, Norway, and Saudi Arabia. He served in the Gulf War during Desert Shield and Desert Storm with the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force – 2nd SRI Group. After leaving the Marine Corps he attended college at Huron University and earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice (BSCJ). He was hired by the South Dakota Department of Corrections as an intensive parole agent just after college. He eventually moved back to Florida and attended the St Augustine Technical Center’s law enforcement academy. After the academy he was hired by the Clay County Sheriff’s Office and served as a deputy sheriff. After a short time with the Sheriff’s Office, he was hired by the Orange Park Police Department. Over the past 25 years, he has served as a patrol officer, patrol corporal, field training officer, detective, patrol sergeant, administrative sergeant, lieutenant, Assistant Chief and currently is the Chief of Police for the Orange Park Police Department.

While with the Orange Park Police Department he earned a master’s degree in public administration (MPA) from the University of Nebraska – Omaha. He enjoys serving as a law enforcement instructor conducting training for the Orange Park Police Department in firearms, driving, taser, use of force, and other general topics. Randy was hired by the St Johns River State College to serve as a law enforcement adjunct instructor teaching firearms, driving, taser, and other general and specialized training topics and as a criminal justice adjunct instructor teaching public administration. He is a graduate of the Florida Leadership Academy – Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tallahassee, FL. He also attended the Southern Police Institute, earning a graduate certificate in Police Executive Leadership from the University of Louisville and graduated from the Southern Police Institute – Administrative Officers Course. Randy is active in the Clay County Marine Corps League Detachment and has held several offices within the organization including Detachment Commandant. He volunteers through the Marine Corps League detachment with the Toys for Tots program, cleaning the Knights Boat Ramp, and by assisting Marines and other veterans. His interests include music, bicycle riding, and target shooting.

Message from the Chief

I’m humbled and honored to be the eighth Police Chief of the Town of Orange Park Police Department. I am thrilled to continue serving our Town, our community, and the Orange Park Police Department at the highest level.

It is my vision to serve the Town of Orange Park’s diverse community with enthusiasm and to continually strive to be among Florida’s premier police departments by delivering superior service to our Town of Orange Park residents and visitors. Our department will professionally serve with pride and honor emulating a servant who is faithful and respectful without prejudice.

The mission of the Orange Park Police Department is to protect life and property, preserve peace, and promote Public Safety while upholding the Constitution. Our department will accomplish this mission by collaborating with our community through personal relationships and community policing activities. We will be partners with our community and innovate to prevent and solve crime.

While we promote a partnership with our businesses and community, we will also work closely and in cooperation with the town’s other departments to ensure local issues are resolved. Our department’s members will achieve outstanding service by exceeding our pillars of service.

I believe speaking with our community about personal and local issues, building authentic relationships, and helping them solve problems is the key to being successful as an agency. I will continue this open communication with our community as well as our department members.

Our department enjoys the support of our community. I will always support our officers and other members when they are professional, follow policy, and treat all people with dignity and respect.

I look forward to collaborating with our community to reduce crime and safeguard lives and property.With our town leadership and the support of the community, the Orange Park Police Department will continue to serve as a shining star for our region and the State of Florida. We will be closer to what matters.

Randy Case

Chief of Police

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