Documents Recommend
The Demotion of Daytona Beach Police Sgt. Frank Geremia

Allegations Included False Statements And Ordering An Arrest Without Probable Cause

June 1, 2015
"Police throughout the United States have been caught fabricating, planting, and manipulating evidence to obtain convictions where cases would otherwise be very weak. Some authorities regard police perjury as so rampant that it can be considered a "subcultural norm rather than an individual aberration" of police officers."
Dale Carpenter - Flagrant Conduct: The Story Of Lawrence v. Texas

Memorandum Recommends
Sgt. Geremia's Demotion

Internal Affairs Report Indicates An Arrest WithOUT Probable Cause

According to on-line media reports, Daytona Beach Police Officer Frank Geremia was promoted to the rank of sergeant last November (2014).

Recently, VolusiaExposed.Com received information from an anonymous source, that Sgt. Geremia had failed to meet his probationary requirements, and was demoted back to the rank of police officer.

Based on the information received from our source, we reached out to the Daytona Beach Police Department requesting any public records that could either confirm or deny the information.

As we have always found, DBPD officials were very transparent with the information / public records - and were able to confirm a recently sustained internal affairs investigation against Geremia, as well as a recommendation to demoted him from sergeant to police officer. (see scroll box - right of page)

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April 14, 2015
DBPD Memorandum
Demotion Recommendation

IA & Incident Reports
IA Investigation Sustains An Arrest WithOUT Probable Cause - While Charge Of Providing False Statement Was NOT Sustained

VolusiaExposed.Com has secured, and posted the internal affairs (IA) report, and other incident reports regarding Geremia's alleged misconduct. (see scroll box - right of page)

The IA report sustained that Geremia ordered the arrest of a criminal suspect withOUT having probable cause to do so. However, an additional allegation, within an unrelated incident report, failed to conclude, that Geremia provided Lt. J. Dwan with a false statement.

Given the seriousness of the sustained misconduct (ordering an arrest without probable cause), VolusiaExposed.Com has incorporated Ofc. Geremia into our list of Brady Cops.

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IA Investigation
Incident Reports
Involving DBPD Sgt. Frank Geremia



If you found this article to be thought provoking, we (VolusiaExposed.Com) invite you to review, the below linked, Special Investigative Report, exposing law enforcement corruption with the State of Florida.


by Matthew Doig and Anthony Cormier
Tarnished badge, flawed system
Police unions / political clout
Predator in uniform?
What the personnel files reveal
Problems and solutions
Flagrant abuses invite little scrutiny
Problem officers still find work
How serious offenses go unreported
Sworn to protect....their pensions
Governor investigates CJSTC
Additional concerns surrounding the
Volusia County Sheriff's Department

VCSO deputy supplies underage females with alcohol.

VCSO deputy sexually approaches female prisoner?

Sex and the Badge
Extra-martial affairs within the VCSO?

VCSO deputy engaging in sexual relationship, while on duty?

VCSO deputy attempts romantic relationship with felony suspect?

VCSO deputy sexually assaults handcuffed woman.

VCSO deputy reprimanded for domestic violence arrest

VCSO Frangiamore-Carper murder-suicide incident

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Sex Crimes
VCSO Press Releases

The VCSO issued a press release on the Stewart-Marchman molestation incident - but did not issue a press release of a jail rape - why not?

VolusiaExposed.Com article
No VCSO Press Release on Jail Rape?

VolusiaExposed.Com article
Rape at the Volusia Jail



Assistant County Attorney, Nancye Jones handles many of the litigations coming out of the Volusia County jail.

Nancye Jones' husband, VCSO Major Robert Jones, supervises the deputies that investigate possible criminal violations within the county jail.

We have concerns that several criminal investigations have been possibly manipulated, in order to reduce the County of Volusia's civil liability.

Our concern includes this particular in-custody sexual battery investigation, and the below listed situations.

We invite you to review our concerns.

The Mary Knudsen Incident

The in-custody death of Inmate Tracy Veira
Falsification of Documents by County Officials


The Failure of the FMJS Jail Inspection Process, Florida needs to return to the independent FAC 33-8 Inspection Process.

Florida Jail Oversight in Retrograde

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