High Springs Police Department

  • Agency: High Springs Police Department
  • Address: 110 NW 2nd Ave, High Springs, 32655-1008 FL
  • Chief: James "Steve" Holley (Chief of Police)
Phone: 386-454-1415

High Springs Police Department is located at 110 NW 2nd Ave, High Springs, 32655-1008 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is James "Steve" Holley. The High Springs Police Department phone number is 386-454-1415.

High Springs Police Department News

•••••Law Enforcement Update••••• Both the Mother and Child have been safely removed from the residence. There are no current Criminal Charges on the Mentally Impaired male that was involved. Law Enforcement will remain in the area, as the scene is cleared. Please refer to CBS4 News - WGFL of WCJB TV20 News for live coverage on this.

Very heavy Law Enforcement presence in the area of Railroad Avenue near Catherine Taylor Park in High Springs. Everyone in the immediate area is urged to stay inside and lock your doors until further notice‼️

•••Woman Robbed at Gas Station Parking Lot•••

Photos from Alachua County’s Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony on Thursday.

Officer Tonya Johns was hired on August 21, 2017 and sworn into office tonight at the High Springs City Commission meeting. Officer Johns previously worked for the Gainesville Police Department as a Field Service Technican and a Police Officer. Officer Johns is currently assigned to the Juvenile Relations Division as the School Resource Officer for the High Springs Community School but will be transferred to the Uniformed Patrol Division in June. Help us welcome her!

Chief Joel DeCoursey Jr. & the Men & Women of the High Springs Police Department send our most sincere condolences to the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office Family, as well as the Family & Loved Ones of the two Deputies that were killed in the line of duty today. Praying much strength and comfort.

The High Springs Police Department showing their support for Relay for Life on yesterday.

The High Springs Police Department showing off it's school spirit. Go Hawks!

•••••Friendly Reminder••••• There have been several vehicle burglaries recently in our area. Most of which, the vehicles have been left unlocked over night and items of value taken. The High Springs Police Department wants to remind the public of the following: •Never leave vehicles unlocked & running while unattended. •Never leave items of value, wallets or purses in plain sight. Take them inside or put them under the seat or in the trunk. •Never leave firearms in your vehicle overnight, if they can be safely secured inside of your residence. •Make sure your windows are rolled up and that all doors are locked at night. •If possible, park your vehicle in a well-lit area.

Citizens and Residents of High Springs, be advised that we've received information about someone calling High Springs residents, saying that they have a warrant, in an attempt to scam them. The callers are stating they are with the HSPD, and they are NOT. The Members and Officers of the High Springs Police Department does not do this. All local warrants go through the Alachua County Sheriff's Office. If you receive a similar call, hang up the phone and feel free to contact us at 352-955-1818 if you need further assistance. Please SHARE!

•Captured• The High Springs Police Department was attempting to identify the pictured subject in reference to a Felony Theft Case that occurred on 1/26/2018. Suspect, John Barkman, was identified and arrested on 1/31/2018. Thank you.

•Attempt to Identify• The High Springs Police Department is attempting to identify the pictured subject in reference to a Felony Theft Case that occurred on 1/26/2018. HSPD Case Number 18000058. If you have knowledge of who this is, please contact the High Springs Police Department at 352-955-1818 or Crime Stoppers at 352-372-STOP! #SHARE

•••News Release••• Please Share.

Wishing you all a Safe and Happy New Year!

Thank you to the citizens and businesses, that supported this event; to make it all possble. We were able to assit seven families, a total of twenty children this year. #OperationHolidayCheer2017 🎄🎁

🎁🎄🎁🎄Christmas Wrapping Party🎁🎄🎁🎄 Tonight at 6PM Volunteer Groups throughout the City, Order of the Eastern Star Santa Fe Chapter High Springs #105, Girl Scout Troop #2177, Officer’s Wives & Children, High Springs Police Explorers Post #599, City Employees & others gathered at the High Springs Community Center to wrap all of the gifts that will be delivered to some kids in the Community this week. We appreciate all of the help. #OperationHolidayCheer2017

It is with profound sadness and regret, that we share with you; that Reserve Police Officer Marc Trahan passed away unexpectedly last night from a medical condition. Officer Trahan had a rewarding career with the Gainesville Police Department and retired in November of 2015. In February of 2017; Officer Trahan joined the High Springs Police Department Reserve Officer Unit. Funeral arrangements have not been announced but will be shared with those when they become available. On behalf of the city of High Springs and the High Springs Police Department, we extend our deepest condolence to the Trahan family.

#Repost #Share 🎄🎄🎄🎁🎁🎁 Mrs. Angi Robertson can be reached at 386-454-7319