Village of Palmetto Bay Policing Unit

Emergencies:   Immediately Dial 9-1-1
Non-Emergencies:         305-4-POLICE (305-476-5423)
Policing Unit Office:       305-278-4000 (office hours)
Policing Unit Fax:           305-278-4019

Police Headlines

Crime Prevention Town Hall Meeting on Feb. 22 ... 85% of reported vehicular burglaries involve unlocked car doors. Local officers are asking you to keep your cars locked and your garage doors closed. The Village invites you to attend our Town Hall Meeting to receive valuable information concerning crime prevention in your neighborhoods. Join us to learn how you can be a part of the solution. FEB 10, 2016

Weekly Crime Reports ... Please review the most current Crime & Incident Reports, posted here weekly by the Palmetto Bay Policing Unit, a division of the Miami-Dade County Police Dept. Do your part to keep Palmetto Bay crime rates among the lowest in Miami-Dade County by staying aware and staying safe. JAN 13, 2015

 

Terrorist Awareness ... Identifying suspicious activity is not a hard science. You have to rely on your judgment and common sense. Learn how to recognize and report terrorism in this essential Terrorist Awareness Guide provided by the Homeland Security Section of the Miami-Dade Police Dept. If you suspect terrorist activity, contact MDPD at 305-4POLICE or the local Joint Terrorism Task Force at 866-58-ALERT. DEC 26, 2015

 

Prevent Auto Break-Ins ... Palmetto Bay Police received 150 signs (at left and in Village Facebook gallery) in 2013 to post at parks and businesses throughout the community. to help in the effort by our Public Safety team to thwart this year-round in our community. Read these timeless crime-prevention tips. Get a new sign posted in your area -- call 305-278-4000. AUG 20, 2013

Report Non-Emergencies Online ... Visit the Miami-Dade County Police website to make online reports on the following: non-emergency police reports, suspicious activity, human trafficking, missing persons, police misconduct, and to view Most Wanted listings. SEP 17, 2012

 

Truitt Honored ... Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen recognized retired Commander Gregory Truitt in the House Chamber, Oct. 22. Palmetto Bay elected officials and staff were in the Nation's Capital seeking funding for local projects, and were present when Major Truitt was honored for his service to Miami-Dade County and to the Palmetto Bay Policing Unit. Watch C-SPAN. OCT 22, 2015

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News & Information

Off-Duty Officers ... Apply for off-duty MDPD police permits, submit payments, and view permit activity online. Or call 305-278-4000 during regular business hours for info. Request forms are at MDPD webpage (under blue-colored navigation bar on left side of page). JUL12, 2013

Arts & Crafts Fair ... Thanks for joining us at the 6th Annual DARE Arts & Crafts Fair Nov. 14, 2015 at Coral Reef Park. Police host the event each year to boost funding of its popular Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) program for school-age kids. The Fair mixes family-fun with more than 80 vendor booths selling everything from jewelry and artwork to clothing, food, and cool drinks. Folks also enjoyed a "Cruise In" antique-car show, bounce house, face painting, and more.” NOV 14, 2015

FTC Videos ... View FTC videos: "Hacked Email," and "Hijacked Computer," to make sure you won’t lose everything from tax forms to photos MAR 05, 2015

Crime Watch Groups ... Contact Officer Judge or call 305-278-4018 to join a neighborhood Crime Watch. Program organizes neighborhoods of single-family homes, apartments, and gated communities to learn about crime prevention, homeland security, and disaster preparedness. Read more about a recent meeting. DEC 2, 2012

ECIP is Good Business ... Palmetto Bay Policing Unit has rolled out a new program for business owners, called Emergency Commercial Identification Program. ECIP provides the uniform patrol officer a way to contact the business owner/representative directly in the event of an emergency/incident. Already, about 111 businesses have enrolled. Read more. JULY 17, 2012

Safety Seat Inspections ... Ensure your child-safety seat is in proper working order by making an appointment with the Palmetto Bay Policing Unit. Call 305-278-4016 or 305-278-4018 for a certified seat inspections and check up, Wednesdays at Village Hall. JUN 18, 2012

Suspicious Activities ... Please report suspicious activities by calling 911 in the event of an emergency or the non-emergency police number 4-Police (305-476-5423).

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Crime & Incident Reports

The Palmetto Bay Policing Unit provides a "Crime & Incident Report" every week by Wednesday summarizing the previous week's activity. See reports for the current year below and previous years in the crime reports archive.

RECENT REPORTS:

Crime Reports Archive

If you have information about any crimes or incidents, please contact Village of Palmetto Bay Policing Unit, weekdays, 8am to 5pm at 305-278-4000.

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About the Policing Unit

The Palmetto Bay Policing Unit was conceived through an interlocal agreement between the Village of Palmetto Bay and Miami-Dade County. The Department officially began its operations with the Village on July 14, 2003. Charged with the primary responsibility to protect, the Department is fully committed to ensuring the safety and well being of the Palmetto Bay community, emphasizing community-oriented policing and traffic safety. The Department is responsible for maintaining order and providing for the safe and expeditious flow of residents and visitors upholding the values of integrity, respect, service, and fairness. The daily operations and administration of the Department are overseen by the Village Commander with the assistance of a Police Lieutenant.

Department Goals

  • Continue to evolve the Community Outreach programs.
  • Continue to present crime prevention and safety programs to children attending schools and park programs in the Village.
  • Identify hazardous streets and address traffic issues with particular emphasis on speeding throughout the Village limits.
  • Increase police presence in the Village parks.
  • Reduce targeted crimes in the Village

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Hours of Operation & Contact Information

Monday - Friday, excluding holidays
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

ADDRESS:

Village of Palmetto Bay Municipal Center
9705 East Hibiscus Street
Palmetto Bay, FL 33157


Contact Information

Emergencies:   Immediately Dial 9-1-1
For Non-Emergencies:  305-4-POLICE (305-476-5423)
Policing Unit Office:       305-278-4000 (M-F, 8am - 5pm)
Policing Unit Fax:           305-278-4019

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