Indian Harbour Beach Police Department

  • Agency: Indian Harbour Beach Police Department
  • Address: 40 Cheyenne Court, Indian Harbour Beach, 32937 FL
  • Chief: Robert Sullivan (Chief of Police)
Phone: 321-773-3030
Fax: 321-777-4359

Indian Harbour Beach Police Department is located at 40 Cheyenne Court, Indian Harbour Beach, 32937 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Sullivan. The Indian Harbour Beach Police Department phone number is 321-773-3030.

Indian Harbour Beach Police Department News

We hope you remembered to set your clocks back an hour and changed the batteries in your smoke alarms!

Traffic Update: Burns Blvd. at Bay Dr. will be CLOSED until FRIDAY, 11/03/2017 as work continues on the lift station. The roadway is expected to be re-opened by this weekend.

Thank you, Jennifer Adams for the amazing Banana Bread and the perfect Pumpkin Cookies... These were an awesome Halloween Treat!

Happy Halloween! Stop by our Police Department or flag down an officer to get a glow bracelet! Be Seen this Halloween! Trick or Treat is from 5 pm to 8 pm in IHB.

Halloween in IHB is 5-8! Our patrol officers will have glow sticks to hand out to trick or treaters, to be seen this Halloween!

Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Crowder! We appreciate the Halloween treats!

Thank you for showing up and supporting our City in this fun filled evening!

Indian Harbour Beach's Halloween will be from will be on Tuesday, 10-31-2017 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Stop by Indian Harbour Beach Police Department or stop an Officer on Patrol for a Glow Bracelet to help you and your kids be Seen this Halloween!

IHB Recreation Center Friday 10/27/2017 5PM-7PM ! Chief Butler will be Grilling Hot Dogs served up by Det. German and Cpl. Jaquet! IHBPD and IHBVFD will have vehicles on display and Candy for the kids!!!

This Halloween, Be Alert and Don't Get Hurt!

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Turn in your unused or expired prescription medication for safe disposal at Indian Harbour Beach City Hall on Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 10 AM - 2 PM.

Community Update: Directly after Hurricane Irma, a 12-year-old female (victim) went to her neighbor’s house (here in Indian Harbour Beach) to ask if they had WIFI (their power was out) as the neighbors were running a generator while sitting outside. The victim did not know the neighbor. The 21-year-old male (suspect) neighbor told her “no” but then struck up a conversation. Over the next week, the suspect became friendly with the victim and was very flattering toward her. He eventually asked her for sex, which she declined. After several rejected attempts the suspect then threatened harm to her and/or her family. The victim finally relented fearing she or her family would be harmed. This occurred several times over the next several weeks. The victim stated she was terrified of the suspect. The victim stated she knows there may be one more victim of the suspect who is also under 16 years of age. The victim’s mother became aware of the situation and immediately telephone the Indian Harbour Beach Police Department. The suspect is identified as Ethan E. O’Hara, 21 years old, white male, of Indian Harbour Beach. He was located and arrested reference three (3) counts of sexual battery and is currently being held at the Brevard County Detention Center on $120,000 Bond. The Indian Harbour Beach Police Department continues to investigate this case and is working to identify any other potential victim(s). We are working hard to ensure this suspect is not in a position to her harm or any other child. If you have any information reference this investigation or this suspect you are strongly encouraged to contact Detective Corporal Lisa German of the Indian Harbour Beach Police Department at 321-773-3030 or lgerman@indianharbour.org.

Community Update: Directly after Hurricane Irma, a 12-year-old female (victim) went to her neighbor’s house (here in Indian Harbour Beach) to ask if they had WIFI (their power was out) as the neighbors were running a generator while sitting outside. The victim did not know the neighbor. The 21-year-old male (suspect) neighbor told her “no” but then struck up a conversation. Over the next week, the suspect became friendly with the victim and was very flattering toward her. He eventually asked her for sex, which she declined. After several rejected attempts the suspect then threatened harm to her and/or her family. The victim finally relented fearing she or her family would be harmed. This occurred several times over the next several weeks. The victim stated she was terrified of the suspect. The victim stated she knows there may be one more victim of the suspect who is also under 16 years of age. The victim’s mother became aware of the situation and immediately telephone the Indian Harbour Beach Police Department. The suspect is identified as Ethan E. O’Hara, 21 years old, white male, of Indian Harbour Beach. He was located and arrested reference three (3) counts of sexual battery and is currently being held at the Brevard County Detention Center on $120,000 Bond. The Indian Harbour Beach Police Department continues to investigate this case and is working to identify any other potential victim(s). We are working hard to ensure this suspect is not in a position to her harm or any other child. If you have any information reference this investigation or this suspect you are strongly encouraged to contact Detective Corporal Lisa German of the Indian Harbour Beach Police Department at 321-773-3030 or lgerman@indianharbour.org.

Brevard County Emergency Management shared Brevard County Government's post. UPDATE | 10/24/17: Sewer usage limitations are no longer in effect, countywide.

It has been lifted, I shared the Brevard County Post that linked to this older notice. THE CONSERVATION REQUEST HAS BEEN LIFTED... UPDATE to follow.

Scam Alert! Palm Bay Police and Fire Departments have posted on their facebook account that an unknown entity is using a telephone number with a Caller Id display of, "City of Palm Bay" via an automated phone call that attempts to solicit funds for a scholarship. They are currently investigating this incident and have confirmed this as a fraud. The Director of Communications, Lisa Morrell, has called this,"A social engineering attack on the public using a credible number assignment to mask a phone number to defraud." They further warn that the City of Palm Bay does not solicit funds. In the event, you should get a call from a number identified on Caller ID displaying a City, including the City of Indian Harbour Beach, WE DO NOT SOLICIT FUNDS. Please call and report any incidents to 321-773-3030, provide the telephone number displayed and never give your account or personal information to anyone over the telephone without verifying the source.

*** UPDATE 2 *** Dog has been located and is well. Thanks to everyone for looking out for her! *** *** UPDATE*** MISSING DOG!! ***UPDATE *** A resident called and reported that his security camera caught a man and woman removing the dog from the canal in the 200 Block of Marion St. at 06:15 this morning. If you know these people, please call as soon as possible! 321-773-3030 Missing dog from the backyard of 102 Mayaca Dr. IHB, FL (pomsky Nyomi) got-out around midnight (10/24/2017) through a broken gate. The family searched for the dog for hours but no sign of her. She does not usually run away and she does not like rain! She does not have her collar on and she is about 27 lbs. If you see her please call 321 773 3030. Please share with anyone you know in IHB, Sat Bch, Trop Trail, and Indialantic. We also had a report of a dog in the canal off Marion/ Yacht Club Drive, however, Officers checked area and were unable to locate.

Watch out for all of our superheroes and princesses, ghost and goblins! Be Seen this Halloween!

With our citizen's help we have been recognized for 2017 as Florida's 18th, Safest City! Working together makes a difference! https://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-florida/

Stop by and help raise money for the Special Olympics Torch Run 2018 with officers from Indian Harbour Beach Police, Melbourne Police and West Melbourne Police Departments. We will be here from 11-2 pm and then from 4 pm to close.

IHBPD will have officers helping area agencies raise money for the 2018 Special Olympics Torch Run for 2018 on Saturday, October 21, 2017, from 11 AM to 2 PM and again from 5 PM to 9 PM! So Please stop out and help support this very worthy cause!

On October 17th, 2017, the Indian Harbour Beach Police Department hosted a Shred Event for our seniors with the help of Progressive Document Destruction. We securely destroyed 968lbs of paper. Immediately after the shredding event, we hosted an Information Security presentation where Chief David Butler, Detective Corporal Lisa German and Officer Jim Adams discussed a large range of current trends in risks to personal information and methods to protect these sensitive articles. The presentation was well received and further presentations will be scheduled in the future. Thank you to those who participated in our event, stay tuned for further events on this topic and venues such as home owners association meetings and evening or weekend lectures.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017, at 11:00 AM in the parking lot of Gleason Park! We hope to see you there and stick around for our cybersecurity briefing!

ROAD WORK ON BURNS BLVD. FROM 10/16-31/2017 Please be aware that Brevard County Utilities is renovating the sewage lift station at this location and expect intermittent closures while this work is being conducted. Leave early or select an alternate route.