Melbourne Police Department

  • Agency: Melbourne Police Department
  • Address: 650 N. Apollo Blvd., Melbourne, 32935 FL
  • Chief: Donald L Carey (Chief of Police)
Phone: (321) 608-6731
Fax: (321) 242-4881

Melbourne Police Department is located at 650 N. Apollo Blvd., Melbourne, 32935 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Donald L Carey. The Melbourne Police Department phone number is (321) 608-6731.

Melbourne Police Department News

LEO Recognition and Appreciation. Let the festivities begin!!!!

Some roads will be closed in Eau Gallie on Mar. 10, 1:30-4:30pm, for the Intracoastal Brewing Company's Quarter Kegger Run

We have experienced several instances in which counterfeit $100 bills have been passed at local businesses within our city. This isn’t exclusive to just our city and jurisdictions all over the country are experiencing the same thing. One trend in particular we have seen and merchants need to be aware of reference counterfeit money is the words “FOR MOTION PICTURE USE ONLY” displayed on the bill. Some good resource material for merchants to use for educating their employees can be found through the U.S. Currency Education Program at

Officer Ben Slover & Title 1 Coordinator/PIE Coordinator Carrie Young at University Park Elementary. Officer Slover donated an abundance of stuffed animals for the schools Panda Store. Officer Slover never misses an opportunity to be of service to our local schools and our children. We appreciate all you do Ben!!!

Melbourne Police Community Relations Council Meeting March 8, 2018 has been CANCELLED. We are sorry for any inconvenience. Next meeting April 12, 2018. See you there!

Meet Officer Valerie Butler, Student Resource Officer at West Shore Jr/Sr High. "So, I started the Police Academy in 2003 and was hired by MPD in January of 2004. Prior to that I worked for the Florida Marine Patrol (currently the FWCC). That's where my love of law enforcement stemmed from. I could see early on the camaraderie and brotherhood of the law enforcement community, and I was hooked. I was a patrol officer & a field training officer before taking a position in the sex offender tracking unit. Last year the Student Resource Officer position opened up at West Shore and I jumped on it." "I was born in Illinois and moved to Florida in grade school. I attended Titusville High School then went to BCC and UNF. I have one sister and a neice and nephew who keep me on my toes. My baby is my 11 year old german Shepherd who has my heart. I love to run, cook and spend time with my family. My other passion is my photography business where I do weddings, family shoots, senior photos and maternity. Since I started at West Shore I spend a lot of my free time rooting on my students at sporting events, musicals, science fairs, etc. I have found so much joy being here at WS and building relationships with my students. Who knows, maybe I have another career ahead of me as a teacher."

Melbourne Police Community Relations Council Meeting Date: 03/08/2018 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Location: Carver Park 1092 Swan Street Melbourne, Florida 32935 Come out and discuss concerns in your community. Together we can make a difference!

The Melbourne Police Department is requesting assistance in identifying the below pictured subject who is responsible for removing an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) from the Suburban Lodge at 1125 Airport Bl. At approximately 0100 hours, the subject is observed on video surveillance entering the building and removing the ATM with a hand truck. The subject is described as a white male, 30-40 yoa, 5’11-6’0, brown hair, brown eyes, black mustache and tattoos on both arms. The male was wearing a black hat with a “Superman” logo, black shirt and khaki pants prior to the theft and then during the actual theft the male had changed into a long-sleeve blue shirt. Please contact Detective Schneider with the Criminal Investigations Division with any information.

Across town or across the country – it’s never safe to use your phone while driving. Put your phone down and #JustDrive. NHTSA

Do you know when to stop for a school bus? The Melbourne Police Department has launched “Operation BUSted” — a new traffic-safety campaign aimed at keeping children safe by reducing the number of cars and other vehicles that illegally pass stopped school buses. In early February Melbourne Police Officers began visiting the car loops at each elementary and middle school in Melbourne to share safety information and answer questions about rules regarding passing stopped school buses. These efforts will be completed this week with outreach to student drivers at each of the city’s three high schools. The next phase will be to step up enforcement at school bus stops citywide.

Thanks Brent Bramble and John Azerdo from Freedom to Grow, Inc.for your efforts to bring attention to the overdose crisis. They stopped by City Hall yesterday to meet with our Mayor and police officers on their trek up the east coast.

The February Police Community Relations Council meeting will be held 2/8, 7pm, Joseph N. Davis Community Center.