Tampa Police Department

  • Agency: Tampa Police Department
  • Address: 411 N. Franklin Street, Tampa, 33602 FL
  • Chief:
Phone: (813) 276-3200

Tampa Police Department is located at 411 N. Franklin Street, Tampa, 33602 FL. The Tampa Police Department phone number is (813) 276-3200.

Tampa Police Department News

Conveniently located next to our Headquarters building... πŸ€”

It's raining pretty hard. Headlights on, flashers off! #DriveSafe

*Ramp is now open* The entrance ramp to the Selmon Expressway is closed at Willow & Cleveland. For westbound traffic wanting to access the Expressway, they will have to get on from Tampa Street (Downtown) or take an alternative route.

About this morning! We had a great time sprucing up an East Tampa resident's home. It was all part of the 30th Anniversary of Paint Your Heart Out Tampa. More than 100 police officers and employees came together for this wonderful opportunity to give back in our city.

Lee County Sergeant Sammy Gonzalez running through Tampa in support of fallen law enforcement officers. Flrunforthefallen

We are ready to begin escorting Lee County Sgt Sammy Gonzalez on his tour through Tampa as part of his 390-mile Flrunforthefallen in support of fallen law enforcement. You can spot him running along Columbus Drive. If you do take a photo and share it with us.

Be on the lookout for Lee County Sergeant Sammy Gonzalez running through the streets of Tampa as part of his 390-mile Flrunforthefallen in support of fallen law enforcement officers. We'll be escorting him along Columbus Drive to a rally at Jerry Ulm Dodge before he continues his journey to Tallahassee.


Chief Dugan recognizes Mark Landry as Officer of the Month and Cherisa Tolbert as Employee of the Month for April 2018. Click on their photos to read about their accomplishments.

Please show your #SaturdaySupport for Lee County Sheriff's Office Sgt Sammy Gonzalez. He'll be running (literally) through Tampa tomorrow starting at around 7:30 a.m. near Ybor City. It's part of a 390-mile ultra marathon in support of fallen law enforcement officers. Track his voyage at Flrunforthefallen and share your photos of him with us to show your support.

Ofc. McNeal stopping his morning patrol to say hello to the dolphins on Bayshore.

Proud to support Walk Like MADD again this year!

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Gilchrist County Sheriffs Office and their families during this tragic time.

Tampa Police Arrest New Tampa Burglary Suspect

Congratulations to all the award winners today as Mayor Buckhorn and Chief Dugan honored the citizens, businesses, officers, and civilians who worked together to make our city safe. Award winners are: Stan Lasater - Citizen of the Year Tac Pro Gear - Business Partnership of the Year Mission BBQ - Business of the Year Stephanie Dookiesingh - Volunteer of the Year Cheryl Hoffman - Communications Bureau Employee of the Year Crystel Sampson - Employee of the Year Officer Christopher Audet - Chief's Community Policing Award Undercover Detective - Maj. David Fairbanks Memorial Award Asst. State Attorney Matthew Alex Smith - Bell/Childers Memorial Award Robert L. Miller III - Reserve Officer of the Year Albis Maceo - Officer of the Year

Found this guy clowning around this morning in Perry Harvey park.

We met a couple getting ready to move to our city, and they had a question for our officers....

All northbound lanes of Howard Avenue, closed at W. Walnut Street for a water main break.

So question of the day, what’s wrong with these pictures? Hint: It could cost someone $250!


The Tampa Police Bike Unit assisted with the Teddy Bear Ride from Clearwater to Tampa.

We celebrated the accomplishments and contributions of 2 great leaders today. Assistant Chief Marc Hamlin retired after 28 years of service and Major Ron McMullen after 29 years of serving the Tampa community. Thank you for the sacrifices you made to keep our city safe, and to help grow our department into the world class agency it is today. We wish the 2 of you well on your future endeavors. πŸ’™

Officer Chavis dropped in to thank her dispatchers during NTW. She started her career as a dispatcher with TPD and appreciates all they do.

Proud mom Homicide Detective Stephanie Puleo recognizes the work of her daughter Communications Technician Gabby Puleo during NTW2018