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Chief Larry D. Krantz
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On July 20, 2015, the City of Casselberry welcomed its newest Chief of Police, Chief Larry D. Krantz.  Chief Krantz comes to the City of Casselberry after serving with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office for over thirty years.  Chief Krantz joined the Orange County Sheriff’s Office in 1984 and rose through the ranks where he achieved the rank of Major.  Before retiring as the Special Operations Division Commander, he commanded over 225 personnel and managed a budget of approximately $18.5 million.  Chief Krantz brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the department.  During his tenure with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, he served in the Uniform Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Division, Special Investigations Division, Professional Standards Section, Support Services Division and the Special Operations Division.  While assigned to the agency’s Tourist Region Patrol Sectors, Chief Krantz served as the agency’s liaison to the Walt Disney World Company and, after the events of September 11, 2001, worked closely with the Senior Management of the Walt Disney World Company to provide enhanced security measures and an increased uniformed law enforcement presence throughout Disney property.  Chief Krantz was also involved in negotiating the agency’s first contract with the Reedy Creek Improvement District to provide a 24/7 uniform law enforcement presence on the Walt Disney World property.  Chief Krantz has also served in several leadership roles within the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, to include serving as the agency’s Casualty Benefits Team Commander. 

Chief Larry D. Krantz earned his Bachelor of Science degree (Summa Cum Laude) in Organizational Leadership/Criminal Justice Administration from Mountain State University.  He is also a graduate of the University of Louisville’s Command Officer Development Course, the FDLE’s Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute’s Senior Leadership Program, the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Florida Executive Development Seminar, and the Police Executive Research Forum Senior Management Institute for Police at Boston University.           

Chief Larry D. Krantz is a lifelong resident of Central Florida and is a father of two young men, Justin and Cory.  Both of his boys are embracing their father’s devotion to public service.  Justin is a Paramedic with the Polk County Fire Department and his son Cory recently graduated from the Lake Technical College’s Institute of Public Safety Law Enforcement Academy and has been hired by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. 

Captain David Del Rosso
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Captain David Del Rosso joined the Casselberry Police Department on April 18, 2011 after retiring from the Sanford Police Department at the rank of Captain. During his 25-years of service at Sanford, he served in various departmental components to include operations, investigations, training and narcotics.  He served as the High Risk Commander in SWAT and hostage negotiations and also as the liaison with the Sanford Housing Authority.  

Captain Del Rosso is a graduate of the FBI National Academy (211th Class) and holds a Master's of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida. He is also an adjunct instructor at Seminole State College.

Captain Del Rosso oversees the Support Services Bureau at the Casselberry Police Department, the Records Section, Property/Evidence Section, Agency Training and Community Relations Section, Volunteers, Recruiting and Backgrounds, Professional Standards, Accreditation and Policy Management. 

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