Pembroke Pines Police Department

  • Agency: Pembroke Pines Police Department
  • Address: 9500 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines, 33024 FL
  • Chief: Dan Giustino (Chief of Police)
Phone: 954-431-2200

Pembroke Pines Police Department is located at 9500 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines, 33024 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Dan Giustino. The Pembroke Pines Police Department phone number is 954-431-2200.

Pembroke Pines Police Department News

Help us celebrate and honor our United States veterans at tomorrow's City of Pembroke Pines, Florida City Hall · Government Organization's Veterans Day Ceremony! Our PPPD Honor Guard will be there to present the colors 🇺🇸 during the event; please arrive on time so you don't miss out.

Sergeant Kevin Venema and Detective Chris Grant - both United States Army veterans - paid a visit today to the Operation Sacred Trust's annual Veterans Day celebration. Operation Sacred Trust is funded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and provides a valuable and much-needed resource to homeless veterans who are in need of assistance. Since 2011, Operation Sacred Trust (OST) has led the way in preventing and ending homelessness for veteran families throughout Broward and Miami-Dade counties. Their dedicated team provides outreach, housing and transportation services, clothing, child care, financial planning, and more. This amazing organization is a perfect example of community-positive people working to improve the lives of those individuals who blessed our nation with their selfless service in our armed forces. For more information on Operation Sacred Trust - including how to register, or how to donate - please visit or visit their offices located at 9050 Pines Boulevard (Suite 305).

Have you heard about the #9PMRoutine? Help us cut down on vehicle burglaries by getting into the habit of removing valuables from your car 🚗, locking your doors 🔒, and enabling alarms 🚨 before you go to bed!

The City of Pembroke Pines, Florida City Hall · Government Organization's Veterans Day Ceremony will be held this Saturday, November 11th, at noon at the Pembroke Pines Memorial Park located at 601 City Center Way (near the City Center). Please join our city officials, members of our PD Command Staff, as well as our PD Honor Guard as we honor the men & women who served in our armed forces.

Our officers are out with the students of Pembroke Pines Charter East for their Career Day event. Officer Bermudez is representing our SWAT Team, Officer Sands is representing our Traffic Unit, Officer Cabrera is representing our Dive Team, and Officers Salinas and Feldman are overseeing the event on behalf of the Community Affairs Unit.

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ATTENTION DRIVERS: The red light cameras located in the Eastbound lanes of Pines Boulevard at Flamingo Road, and in the Northbound lanes of Flamingo Road at Pines Boulevard, will begin their 30-day warning phase on November 8th. During the time period of November 8th to December 8th the cameras will issue warnings to any vehicles caught running the red light, allowing drivers to acclimate to the camera's location and to adjust their driving behavior. Beginning December 9, 2017, the red light cameras at these locations will begin issuing citations. You can read the entire media release here, which includes information on how to handle a Red Light Camera traffic citation - Please drive safely!

During the week of October 30th to November 5th our officers made a total of 26 arrests. The majority of these arrests occurred throughout the city, but any area-specific safety concerns or crime alerts will be listed below. The charges include the following: Drug Possession Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Carrying a Concealed Firearm Possessing a Stolen License Plate Traffic Felony Violation of Probation Domestic Battery Shoplifting / Theft Driving While Under the Influence Providing False Info to a Law Enforcement Officer Loitering and Prowling Burglary Residential Burglary On November 1st two juveniles, who were skipping school, were observed by our undercover Burglary Suppression Team (BST) officers riding bicycles around the Reflections development and removing items from the porch area of two residences. One juvenile was taken into custody immediately, and the other was arrested after a brief chase. Both face charges regarding burglary of an occupied residence. (Case #2017-072055) On November 3rd our officers responded to the Stoneridge Lake Estates community regarding two suspicious males seen looking into vehicles. Both suspects fled and a perimeter around the area was quickly established; both a PD K-9 Unit and BSO Aviation were called out to the scene. One suspect (Alexis M. Camino) was taken into custody for Loitering & Prowling, and the other suspect currently remains at large. There were numerous vehicle burglaries discovered within the community, but the suspect denies his involvement. (Case # 2017-072487) On November 1st between the approximate times of 9AM and 5:30PM an unknown suspect burglarized a residence within the Gatehouse community by gaining entry to the home through a smashed bedroom window. If you were in the area during this time period and observed anything suspicious please contact our detectives at 954-431-2200. (Case # 2017-072134) Multiple residential burglaries occurred between November 1st and November 2nd in the Walnut Creek community when unknown suspects entered two open garages in the area and removed several bicycles. Following a lead from a local juvenile who was uninvolved in the crimes, the stolen bicycles were located in Hollywood and two suspect juveniles were arrested. (Case #s 2017-072115 and 072247) We're are asking our residents to please continue to report all suspicious incidents and/or persons to us via 911 or our non-emergency 954-764-HELP line. Your tips are a huge help in stopping crime in it's tracks. We also want to recommend to all residents to keep their garage doors, windows, and vehicles secured, closed, and locked when you are not in their line of sight. Burglaries can occur even if you are in your home, so be cautious with leaving an opening into your house or vehicle. To lower your chance of becoming a target, remove or conceal valuables that are located in plain view to people walking or driving by. Parents, please reach out to your child's School Resource Officer (SRO) if you believe that they are involved with (or may become involved with) crime, drugs, truancy, or other delinquent activity. SROs can provide resources for you and your child in order to help them in whatever situation they find themselves in. You can find a list of Pembroke Pines SROs here - Thank you to our officers for another week of amazing police work!

🚨 Attention Residents: The federal DSNAP program resumes today at the BB&T Center in Sunrise. The event WILL NOT be resuming in CB Smith Park.

UPDATE: ‪Peanut has been located. Thank you for the shares!‬ ********************** Another courtesy post regarding a lost dog: Peanut was lost in the area of Pembroke Road and 186 Avenue. He is a "Morkie" (a Maltese-Yorkie mix) and has a collar with his owner's information attached. Please contact his owner or our Animal Assistance Program (954-431-2200) if you locate him!

Thank you to everyone who shared yesterday’s lost dog post - Bella was located in the Sunswept community this morning & reunited with her owner after a 5-day search!

Today is the end of Daylight Savings time - remember to "fall back" one hour on your clocks and alarms!

UPDATE - Bella was located! ******************** Have you seen Bella? She was last seen by her owner on October 31st, but one of our officers spotted her in the Pembroke Falls area on November 2nd. Please contact the owner if you have any information!

Rain or shine, our Community Affairs Unit is hosting a bike safety rodeo at Panther Run Elementary until noon today.

Today Officer Christopher Komp was recognized by the Fort Lauderdale Chapter of ASIS International as the Police Officer of the Year for Broward County. Congratulations to Officer Komp, and thank you for your tremendous police work within our community!

Interested in CPR training? The Pembroke Pines Fire Department offers free & paid classes; call 954-499-9600 (extension 0) to make an appointment! You can find more information regarding the class options here ➡️

Want to give back while you grab lunch? Show this flyer at any Chipotle Mexican Grill store today and help support the Special Olympics!

Due to Hurricane Irma the Pooches in Pines Fur Ball Gala was rescheduled for January 27, 2018. Pooches In Pines is a 501c3 charity organization created by our PPPD employees, in conjunction with our Animal Assistance Program, in order to prevent lost & found animals from being sent to Animal Control where they could face being put down. Please help our dedicated officers and volunteers in raising money for our local stray dogs by supporting this event! For more ticket information -

UPDATE: Power has been restored to the traffic lights at Palm and Pines. ************************************************ ATTENTION DRIVERS: The traffic lights at Palm Avenue and Pines Boulevard are reported to be out in all directions. Officers are en route. Please treat all downed intersections, that are unmanned by an officer, like 4-way stops.

UPDATE, 1:36PM - The burglary suspect has been safely taken into custody. ***************************************** ATTENTION: Officers are in the area of 96 Avenue and Taft Street searching for a possible burglary suspect who fled on a bicycle. The suspect is described as a juvenile black male wearing a blue sweater and blue shoes. Though no safety advisories are being issued, please stay clear of the area at this time. Please call 954-431-2200 or 911 with any information regarding this suspect.

School Resource Officer Veronica Donohue and the children of Silver Palms Elementary enjoyed spending the school day yesterday in their Halloween costumes. We hope that you and your family had a fun-filled night of smiles and spooks! 👻

We wish all of our residents a very happy and safe Halloween evening! 🎃👻 DRIVERS: Please be aware of pedestrians walking near or on roadways, especially in residential communities. PEDESTRIANS: Avoid walking in the street, especially after the sun goes down (6:45PM), and cross the roadway at available crosswalks. If you see anything suspicious, please do not hesitate to call us at 911 or via our non-emergency 954-764-HELP line.

Officer Leboeuf would like to thank all parents, teachers, and other motorists driving near Chapel Trail Elementary School today for obeying the speed limit, yielding to pedestrians, and for not throwing any turtle shells at him.