Davie Police Department

  • Agency: Davie Police Department
  • Address: 1230 S Nob Hill Rd, Davie, 33325 FL
  • Chief: Patrick Lynn (Chief of Police)
Phone: 954-693-8200
Fax: 954-693-8335

Davie Police Department is located at 1230 S Nob Hill Rd, Davie, 33325 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Patrick Lynn. The Davie Police Department phone number is 954-693-8200.

Davie Police Department News

We visited the GreenTree academy in Southwest Ranches, Florida to speak to the kids about safety. They met some of our members from the motor unit and the horses from our mounted patrol. It is important to connect with the children of today because they will be the leaders of tomorrow. #WeAreDavie

Check out our "Blue In Review" for December 2017.

On January 13, 2011 Davie Police Officer Roger Morales gave his life serving his community. Yesterday, officers visited his final resting place to pay their respect and lay flowers for him. Officer Roger Morales #887 E.O.W. 01/13/11

Save the date. Saturday, January 27, 2018 will be our annual Police & Fire expo held at the Davie Public Safety Complex 10AM to 2 PM. This event will be a full day of demonstrations and activities. Bring the entire family and see what The Davie Police Department and The Davie Fire Rescue Department have to offer. Town of Davie, FL

We just got our new motorcycles in with a new tank design. Let us know what you think!

The Davie Police Department is investigating a credit card fraud incident that this female is involved in. She was seen using a stolen credit card at a Walgreens in Weston on 12/07/17. If you recognize her please contact The Davie Police at 954-693-8200 or Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477 (TIPS). You may be eligible for a reward of up to $3000 and remain anonymous. Please Like, Share, and Comment so that we can get the word out and identify this individual.

Town of Davie, FL Mayor Judy Paul with her back-up, The Davie Police Mounted Unit. #WeAreDavie

On 12/20/17, The Davie Police Department investigated two armed robberies that occurred minutes apart. During the evening hours, DeAndre Darryl Smith committed an armed robbery at the Dunkin Donuts located at 5021 S. SR 7 in Davie. A few minutes later he committed another armed robbery at the Subway located at 6775 Stirling Road in Davie. The vehicle that was used in the robberies was taken in an armed car jacking in the City of Fort Lauderdale prior to the robberies. That vehicle was located later on in the night. on 12/27/17 a fingerprint from the vehicle was identified as a match for the offender Smith who was in custody in Broward County Jail on an unrelated charge. After Davie detectives spoke to the offender he gave a full confession to the armed robberies in Davie and the carjacking in Fort Lauderdale. Thank you Fort Lauderdale Police Department for your assistance in helping clear these cases to make sure this criminal stays behind bars.

Firing guns in the air is not only dangerous, it' illegal. Please don't ruin the party. Please don't fire a gun in the air in celebration of the New Year.

We hope that everyone enjoys this New Year's weekend celebration. One thing to keep in mind that we all must be responsible. Please DON'T drink and drive. Have a SAFE and Happy New Year!

***** The pigs have been reunited with the owner ***** These two were found walking around in the area of SW 76 Ave and Orange Drive. If you know where they live please give us a call and let us know. 954-693-8200

On November 26, 2010 The Davie Police Department investigated a sexual battery that occurred on the Robbins Park Property off of Hiatus Rd in Davie. A female was walking on the trails when a male came up behind her and pulled her shirt over her head and dragged her off the trail. After the offender removed all of the victims clothes, a sexual battery occurred and the male ran away. The victim then went back to her car to get her phone and call the police. DNA was collected from the victim, however, there was not a match due to the offender's DNA not in the system. The case at that point went cold. Recent DNA technology provided by Parabon Nano Labs provided us with a composite and characteristic report of what the offender may look like. in early December of 2017, Davie detectives hit the field and began to search the area for any possible leads with this new information. Detectives came across a maintenance worker at Flamingo Gardens who was a possible match due to the resemblance of the Paragon DNA snapshot. Hugo Giron-Polanco voluntarily provided a DNA sample to the Davie detectives. Since Hugo was in the United States illegally the US Border Patrol was contacted and Hugo was held due to his immigration status. On December 28, 2017 the DNA analysis came back concluding that the chances of randomly selecting an unrelated individual consistent with the major profile from the evidentiary sample is rarer than 1 in 400 Billion. That means that the the possibility that the offender is NOT Hugo Giron-Polanco is 1 in 400,000,000,000. Considering that there are less than 8 Billion people on the planet, we think those are pretty good numbers. Hugo Gikron-Polanco is in custody and has been charged accordingly. The victim was notified and said that she did not know him.

Out of the top 20 news stories for 2017 in the Sun Sentinel, a Davie Police story made #17. Check them out here.

Thank you Gulfstream Park for putting together this great video. We are proud to have TizRobertCharles as one of our own. #WeAreDavie

On the afternoon of 12/23/17, The Davie Police along with The Davie Fire Rescue Department were called to the business U-Pull-It (4301 S. SR 7, Davie) for an incident of children left alone, locked in a hot vehicle. It turned out that Alan Luna went to the business to pick up some parts. While inside of the business for over an hour, Luna left his two children in the parked vehicle (ages 6 & 7). The vehicle was parked in the sun, with the ignition off, and the windows down only an inch or so. A customer was alerted to the vehicle when he heard the children crying inside. He found them to be crying, sweating, and complaining that their stomach hurt. After numerous attempts to contact the parent using the PA system inside of the business, they called 9-1-1. Davie Fire Rescue was able to rescue the children from the car and get them cooled down with water while in the air conditioned rescue truck. Rescue personnel said that the children were on the verge of going into heat stroke had they not been removed from the vehicle. After Luna was located he claimed that the children were only left alone for 10-15 minutes. Officers knew this to be false because they themselves had been on scene much longer than that. Luna was placed under arrest and the children were turned over to their mother.

The Davie Police "C" shift was out tonight making sure that Santa could safely make the rounds. #WeAreDavie

What a great turnout for the 2nd annual bicycle giveaway that was sponsored by A Unique Learning Experience, Llc. in 2016 they gave away almost 40 bikes and today we more than doubled that number, giving out over 85 bicycles to kids. The kids were chosen by the School Resource Officers from Davie schools and the Davie Police Athletic League. The best part about this initiative was that all of the money to purchase these bikes came from sponsor donations and the employees of the Davie Police Department. Davie Police School Resource Officer D. Cason is the founder of A Unique Learning Experience, Llc and the lead behind this giveaway. He spent a lot of time making sure that this event was a success. A special thank you goes out to Walmart, Tropical Financial Credit Union of South Florida, The Davie Police Athletic League, and all of the civilian and sworn members of the The Davie Police Department for raising over $6000.

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays, and a very Blessed New Year from the Davie Police Department.

After Chief Dunn receives a tip from Santa on the whereabouts of The Grinch, Ofc's D-Rod & McGruff go on a stake-out in the plaza. Check out the video to see how they nabbed him this time. Please Like, Share, and Comment so that we can spread the word that the Grinch is off the streets. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! National Crime Prevention Council Town of Davie, FL

Happy Holidays from the Davie Police PAW Patrol!

Its been a year since we last caught the Grinch. He's still out there and we are still trying to track him down. While we look for him, you can help out by locking your doors and removing valuables from your car. If we all follow this simple routine we can reduce vehicle burglaries.