Chiefland Police Department

  • Agency: Chiefland Police Department
  • Address: 14 E Park Ave, Chiefland, 32626 FL
  • Chief: Robert Douglas (Chief of Police)
Phone: 352-493-6777
Fax: (352) 493-6776

Chiefland Police Department is located at 14 E Park Ave, Chiefland, 32626 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Douglas. The Chiefland Police Department phone number is 352-493-6777.

Chiefland Police Department News

This is a fund started by Mr. Tom Bennett if anyone is interested in helping. We at the Chiefland Police Department greatly appreciate the support we have been shown. Thank you Mr. Bennett for thinking about us and lending this support. https://www.gofundme.com/k9-officer-riddle-vest?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=email&utm_content=campaign_link_t&utm_campaign=welcome

Here is another local event for a great cause. If you are in the area and free, stop in and have some fun.

Join us in welcoming our newest Officer. Officer Riddle. She hails from St. Ann’s Ontario, and was donated to us by Baden K-9. She will be going to live with our very own Officer Barnes. The owners of Baden K-9 inc. donated this Officer to us in honor of and in loving memory of Mike Pappas, a true American and Patriot. We would sincerely like to thank the great folks at Braden for this generous gift. Riddle will make a fine addition to our ranks.

Anyone interested in doing something fun, and helping a community, here you go. If you are interested in helping with this event, please call Amanda Hood at 352-949-8677. She needs volunteers to help with the event as well as people to spread the word about this!

We would like to take a moment to extend a great big thanks to the Chiefland Elementary School's 5th Grade ESE Class. They put together these awesome Police Officer Survival bags for all of our officers. You guys rock! Thanks for supporting our Officers. Yet another reason we love this place!

The Chiefland Police Department is trying to help a civilian locate his lost dog. The dog went missing in the area of Sunset Villas Apartments around the date of 5-8-18 in the City of Chiefland. If anyone has seen or knows of the whereabouts of this dog please contact the Chiefland Police Department at 352-493-6777.

Our heart felt prayers go out to the Gentry family, as well as our brothers and sisters at the Highlands County Sheriffs Office. Rest easy brother. Your work here is done.

So, this is one of the reasons we love our little community. These are pictures of Cooper Racing, number 98, Robbie Cooper from Bronson Lube’s race car. His wife, Ms. Lacy surprised him on his birthday with a new Vinal wrap. This wrap was done as a tribute to our fallen brothers in Gilchrist County. Sgt. Ramirez and Dep. Lindsey, you will not be forgotten. For a hero remembered never dies. Thank you to the Cooper family for this awesome gesture. You certainly support the blue. #gilchriststrong.

If you receive or get anything from the IRS that has the Chiefland Police Department's phone number attached to it, DO NOT send them any money because it is a scam. The Chiefland Police Department has nothing to do with the IRS regarding these matters. This post is just a friendly update to make all aware who follow us on Facebook.

Not sure what exactly is going on lately but for Law Enforcement it has been one rough week. Deputy Davis, the Chiefland Police Department wants to make this special announcement for you and your family. We love you brother and will be here for you if y’all need anything.

We are deeply saddened about the tragedy that occurred in Gilchrist county today. Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone at the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office and the families of the deputies involved.

On Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at approximately 2:36 PM Officer Cosseboom conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling at 35MPH in a 15MPH School Zone. Once stopped, Officer Cosseboom detected the odor of Marijuana/Cannabis coming from with in the vehicle. Officer Cosseboom questioned the driver, Mr. Kevin Schroyer of Michigan, about the smell and he admitted there was a small amount of Marijuana behind the passenger seat. Officer Cosseboom had everyone exit the vehicle and a search was completed by the Officer and Chief Anderson. Officer Cosseboom found the small about of Marijuana where Mr. Schroyer indicated, however the search did not end there. At the conclusion of the search, a total of 80 grams of Cannabis was located and drug paraphernalia. Mr. Schroyer was placed under arrest and transported to the Levy County Jail. Charges: Possession of Cannabis with intent to sell/deliver (Felony) Bond set at $15,000.00 Possession of More than 20 grams of Cannabis (Felony) Bond set at $15,000.00 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (Misdemeanor) Bond set at $1,000.00 Unlawful Speed, 20 over the posted speed limit in school zone (Traffic infraction) Fine $453.00

The Chiefland Police Department would love to wish Blitz a happy 5th birthday! Even though he had to work on his birthday, his partner Officer K. Schultz and Sgt Macy were able to throw him a party! Please join us in wishing Blitz a happy birthday by commenting and sharing this post!

Found/LOST dog, we are looking for the owners of this small dog, he was located in the are of the Chiefland Post Office (West Park Ave). Please "share" on your Facebook so even more people can view this posting. Thank you for your assistance