Chief Albano joined the department in 2006, initially taking command of the Patrol Division. In 2007, he became Commander of the Investigative Services Division, and in December of 2008, he was named Chief of Police.
Before coming to Temple Terrace, Chief Albano served 18 years with the Plant City Police Department, retiring as a captain.
Chief Kenneth R. Albano
Deputy Chief Bernard Seeley
BERNARD SEELEY, DEPUTY CHIEF
Deputy Chief Seeley joined the department in November of 1994. He provides administrative support to the Chief and acts in a primary role upon the Chief's absence. He has extensive experience in both patrol and investigative assignments and directly supervises the division commanders.
The Deputy Chief also oversees all department training, Special Operations and the administration of local, state, and federal grants awarded to the department.
Special Operations Unit (SWAT & CRT)
SPECIAL WEAPONS AND TACTICS (SWAT) The SWAT team provides specialized support to law enforcement operations during high-risk situations. Some of the activities that SWAT is responsible for include: dignitary protection, barricaded subjects, hostage situations, arrests of armed or dangerous persons, and any other incident that may require a special tactical response.
Crisis Response Team (CRT) CRT, the department crisis negotiation team, works in tandem with SWAT to attempt to resolve high-risk crises in the most peaceful manner possible. Their philosophy of "let's talk" is the guiding principle behind their primary mission to use an open dialogue in an attempt to prevent or minimize violence.