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

Do you recognize this man? We would like to speak to him about a few iPhones that were stolen from an ATT store in Davie. Give us a call or contact Broward Crime Stoppers. You may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $3000.

Check out this great poster and cards for Rocky that the kids from the kindergarten class at Hawkes Bluff Elementary School made us to say thank you for the great time that they had on their field trip at the Davie Police Department.

Check out our "Blue in Review" video for March 2018. Comment below and let us know what you think.

On Wednesday, April 11, 2018 Survivors, Supporters, Victim Advocates, and Law Enforcement Professionals gathered at the Garden of Reflection: A place of remembrance located at the Long Key Natural Area & Nature Center in Davie for "Crime Victims' Rights Week". Victims from all over Broward County were honored and remembered at the outdoor vigil. (Photos of the vigil were not taken to protect the privacy of the those victims who attended)

On Saturday, April 07, 2018 the Davie Police Athletic League hosted the 2nd annual Peter Balcunas "Buffalo" Boxing Invitational. There were 20 exciting bouts with kids and young adults from all over South Florida. We had boxers coming from as far south as Key West and as far west as Tampa. Thank you all who participated in the event and we hope that you will join us again next year. This is one of the many community oriented programs that the Davie Police Athletic League organizes. To find out what you can do to to contribute to this, or one of the many other programs, contact Officer Timothy Albury at 954-321-2567.

Today we welcomed over 120 kids from Hawkes Bluff Elementary School for a visit at the police department. The kids got to see the Mounted Unit, McGruff the crime dog, our therapy dog Rocky, and even use a real fire hose. They were given a lesson on safety, Stranger Danger, and told to never go swimming without an adult around. Here at the Davie Police Department we realize that the children are our future and that we must take good care of them.

As Sgt Leon was walking out of the Broward County Westside courthouse today in Plantation he was approached by a very distraught young man. 20 Yr old Broward College student Mr. Lawal inadvertently left his new iPhone and bus pass on a Broward County bus while changing buses. Sgt Leon immediately used the "Find My Phone" app and began to search for the lost phone. While giving an up to the minute location of the phone he radio'd ahead to one of our Davie officers who located the bus about 5 miles away. The iPhone and bus pass were recovered and Mr. Lawal was able to make his connection to get home to Coral Springs. This is just one of the small examples how dedicated to the community our employees are. #WeAreDavie

The Davie Police COP unit is participating the Florida "Tour De Force" bicycle ride today. This 50 mile ride starts in North Miami and ends in Boynton Beach. The ride is to honor fallen officers who gave their lives while serving the communities around Florida.

Come out to the Davie Police Athletic League on Saturday for the 2nd annual Peter Balcunas Invitational boxing event. It's only $2.00 to get in to see a full bay of boxing. Fights start at 12:30 PM 4300 SW 57 Ter, Davie, FL 33314

Thanks Mission BBQ for your support of L.E.!

Meet Davie Police Officer Gregory Moise. He is the newest addition to the School Resource Officer Program and is assigned to Nova Blanche Forman Elementary School. In the very short time that he has been there, he has made it his mission to meet all of the kids and give them an opportunity to ask questions about why he is at their school. His been making the rounds in classrooms, the cafeteria, and even the kickball field. #WeAreDavie

Davie Police proudly presents the swearing in of Officer Juan Carlos Herrera. Welcome to the family #wearedavie

Today, the FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice dedicated a memorial to honor eight of it alumni who lost their lives while serving in the line of duty. One of the eight honored was Davie Police Officer Rogerio "Roger" Morales. E.O.W. 01/13/11. May their sacrifice serve as a reminder to us all as we resolve to better understand and prevent these types of tragedies.

Did you know that March is Florida Bicycle Month? Remember to always be safe and follow the rules of the road.

Did you know that Down Syndrome—a disorder that occurs when there is a duplication of the twenty-first chromosome—effects approximately 6,000 babies at birth every year? So on March 21—a date chosen to represent the chromosomal defection found in Down Syndrome (the twenty-first day of the third month)— we celebrate World Down Syndrome Day. This event was created to raise public awareness, promote inclusivity, encourage advocacy, and support the wellbeing of those living with Down Syndrome. We hosted the event in the community room of the Davie Police Department where the kids got to play with our therapy dog Rocky.

Check out this arrest that was made from an anonymous Broward Crime Stoppers tip about a group who were believed to be selling drugs................ It turns out that they were. On March 16, 2018 the police observed a delivery of drugs to a location on the east side of Davie, close to the Boys and Girls Club. Ruidaiz, a convicted felon, was carrying a pistol at the time he was stopped and Mccullum is currently on probation for other drug related charges. Due to the hard work of the men and women of the Davie Police Department, a load of drugs and a handgun were taken out of circulation and off of the street. If you know of any drug dealing or crime going on in your area, give Broward Crime Stoppers a call at 954-493-TIPS (8477). You are able to remain completely anonymous and may be eligible for a reward.

SRT demonstration for the civilian police academy.

After an investigation that spanned a 66 month period from January 2011 to June 2016, it was discovered that Lee Vitaliano stole over a million dollars from a company that she worked for. Vitaliano was the CFO for Efficiency Enterprises of Tampa LLC out of Davie. During that time, Vitaliano made unauthorized cash withdrawals, personal check payments, and personal credit card payments that totaled $1,395,074.00. On 03/19/18 she turned herself in at the Davie Police Department. After agreeing to speak with detectives with her attorney present, she admitted to the theft but disputed the final dollar figure.

Drunk driving isn’t worth the risk of injury, jail time, your death, or the death of another road user. Remember: #BuzzedDriving Is Drunk Driving. Please be safe and Don't Drink & Drive!

Have old pills that you don't know what to do with? Come out to Town of Davie, FL Town Hall and drop them off from 8am-1pm.

Check out our monthly "Blue In Review" for February 2018. Comment below and let us know what you think. #WeAreDavie

During the early morning hours of 03/06/18 (just after midnight) Kymani Scotland was stopped by Davie Police for speeding (65 MPH in a 35 MPH area) and careless driving. As the officer approacehed the vehicle he could immediately smell burnt marijuana coming from inside. As Kymani was asked for his drivers license and registration he quickly put the car in gear and sped away hitting the officer with his car. As the police tried to catch up with him, he fled away speeding with his headlights off. Unluckily for him we were able to get his address from the license plate. When we went to the listed apartment we met with his mother who called him and told him to get home. Kymani Scotland was taken into custody and arrested. He was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer, felony fleeing and eluding police, possession of cannabis, and numerous citations. Thankfully the officer, and nobody else, was not injured.

What a great turnout for a great cause. Last night Davie Police Officers along with Special Olympics athletes were guest servers at the LongHorn Steakhouse in Davie. Just over $2800 was raised for their great organization. Davie Police Chief Keith Dunn played Maitre D' at the door while the police officers waited and bussed tables. Our people had fun and it was in support of a good cause.