Lake City Police Department

  • Agency: Lake City Police Department
  • Address: 225 NW Main Blvd, Ste 102, Lake City, 32055 FL
  • Chief:
Phone: 386-752-4344

Lake City Police Department is located at 225 NW Main Blvd, Ste 102, Lake City, 32055 FL. The Lake City Police Department phone number is 386-752-4344.

Lake City Police Department News

Assistance needed: Please help us identify this gentleman. He walked out of Save-a-Lot and left his fake $100 bill behind, we would greatly like the opportunity to reunite him with it. Please contact Investigator Kevin Johns at (386)758-5471 with any information.

The next Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) class is scheduled for January 22, 24, 29, and 31, from 6pm-9pm at the Lake City Public Safety Building. To register, please contact Officer Andy Mangrum at 386-758-5469. Spots are filling fast!

What better way to show appreciation to public safety workers than setting up a coffee truck in front of the station?! Thanks @RCCupAndCake #LESM #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay

Retweeted FLHSMV (@FLHSMV): Florida law requires you to MOVE OVER or slow down for stopped emergency & service vehicles. When you fail to move over, you put lives at risk. For more need-to-know #MoveOverFL info, visit #FHP #ArriveAliveFL

I keep refreshing WeatherBug, this can't be right! Be mindful as you commute this morning. There are still icy patches here and there, but all roads and bridges in the area are open, including both Interstates 10 and 75. On the BRIGHT side, the sun is coming out and it looks like it will be a nice, dry, sunny day!

If you know anyone who needs a warm place to sleep tonight, please direct them to Parkview Baptist Church. The cold-weather shelter will open at 5:30pm.

Please remember... If the power is out at a traffic light: ❌The "bigger" street DOES NOT have the right-of-way. ❌The street with more traffic DOES NOT have the right-of-way. ❌The street with the higher speed limit DOES NOT have the right-of-way. ❌Getting to the intersection first DOES NOT give you the right-of-way. The only appropriate action when approaching a signalized intersection without power is to treat it as a 4-way stop sign. That means: ✔️STOP, even if you don't see anyone on the intersecting street! ✔️STOP, even if you are in a "main road" and the intersection is a side street! ✔️STOP, even if you are going faster than people on the intersecting road! ✔️STOP, even if you get to the intersection before cross traffic! Sorry to have to spell this out in such detail but it's mind-boggling how many people still don't understand how this works. No matter which direction you're driving, how fast you're going, or which street you're on... If there's no power to the signal, everyone must come to a full and complete STOP just like if there were a stop sign in place.

As the sun starts to peek out from behind the clouds, be careful walking under trees/lines. Just a little direction sunlight can melt icicles enough to cause them to fall.

At this time, all roads and bridges in Lake City are open. Several traffic lights are out, however, so please treat them as one-way stops! I-10 is closed from Live Oak to Tallahassee. We have personnel standing by at the US 41 overpass and will update everyone if conditions become icy and the overpass closes. Until this passes, we'll be here closely monitoring weather conditions. Expect these conditions to continue at least through tomorrow. Be especially careful in the morning, when all this wet ground freezes overnight!

Retweeted Lauren St. Germain (@LaurenWFTS): We are starting to see significant ice develop on trees & branches. This could cause power problems throughout the day #floridawinter

Retweeted FLHSMV (@FLHSMV): Traffic on 1-10, EB and WB @ MM 224-251, is being diverted due to ice on the roadway. Plan accordingly, as the road will not re-open until it is safe. #FHP @FhpJacksonville @FHPTroopA @MyFDOT

A significant winter storm is unfolding across the Suwannee Valley, along portions of the Interstate 10 corridor, and throughout southeast Georgia. Updated briefing slides for this event can be accessed at #flwx #gawx #jaxwx #jaxready

Retweeted FHPJacksonville (@FhpJacksonville): As the severe weather approaches, NOW is the time to handle necessary tasks. Remember to take care of elderly people, pets, pipes, plants, and personal belongings. Practice safe heating practices if using space heaters, electric blankets, etc. Call *FHP for help.

While the turning of a new year is certainly time to celebrate, if your celebration involves alcohol, please don't drive! 🥂 + 🚗 = 🚔🏥⚰️ Drinking + Driving is a formula for disaster!

Retweeted FLHSMV (@FLHSMV): ALWAYS drive sober to Arrive Alive! There is never an excuse to drive impaired. If you plan on drinking, plan for a safe ride home. #TravelSafeFL #DriveSober #ArriveAliveFL

We had an amazing time with this year's Shop With a Cop! Thanks to The Walmart Foundation, Walmart Store 767, and Walmart Transportation for sponsoring this event year after year! We were able to take 40 kids, pair them with a Police Officer mentor, and provide them with a $100 gift card to buy Christmas presents. LCPD selected partner organization, such as Wolfson Childrens Hospital and Voices for Children, who in turn selected the participants.

Shoplifting is bad enough, but displaying the firearm tucked into your waistband when employees try to stop you will definitely get you on the "Naughty" list. Anyone with information regarding the identity of this person, please contact Investigator Garrett Register at (386)752-4343 or anonymously by email to

This was an amazing event! Thanks to the support of the Walmart Foundation, Walmart Store #767, and Walmart Transportation (Alachua, FL) for supporting us year after year.

Retweeted Lake City Police (@LCFlaPD): @SJSOPIO @JSOPIO @ccsofl @NCSO_FL @FlaglerSheriff @GainesvillePD @AlachuaSheriff @VolusiaSheriff @PutnamCountySO @SuwanneeSheriff @Levysostar Our patch is on its way!

We're live from the Shop With a Cop at Walmart in Lake City!

Live from Shop With a Cop at Walmart in Lake City!

Chief Gilmore got to share lunch today with members of Eastside Elementary School's Safety Patrol and Student Council. Go Tigers!

Retweeted FBI (@FBI): Are you the victim of a scam & sent money via Western Union? You may be able to recover some losses. @TheJusticeDept & @FTC established a $586 million fund to help fraud victims who sent money via Western Union btwn Jan 1, 2004 & Jan 19, 2017. Learn more:

Retweeted Traffic Safety Team (@trafficsafetyfl): Let's not forget our four-legged friends during the holidays. Keep them safe. Biggest dangers: Tinsel, Poinsettias & Holly, and Ribbons.

We're so honored to be invited to the Covenant Community School to receive Ornaments for Officers at what we hope will become a wonderful annual event!