Stuart Police Department

  • Agency: Stuart Police Department
  • Address: 830 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Stuart, 34994 FL
  • Chief: Edward M Morley (Chief of Police)
Phone: (772) 287-1122
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Stuart Police Department is located at 830 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Stuart, 34994 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Edward M Morley. The Stuart Police Department phone number is (772) 287-1122.

Stuart Police Department News

Congratulations to Lisa Scott as she receives recognition by Mayor McDonald for 30 years of service to the City of Stuart. Lisa is the executive assistant to the Chief of Police and the glue that holds our agency together! -Chief Dyess

The community rallies with support, while “Stomping Out Gangs Across Florida.” Stuart Police and children from the East Stuart Youth Initiative after-school program, which is funded by Children’s Service Council marched to show their support against gang violence. The event was sponsored by Florida Gang Investigators Association and they provided t-shirts to celebrate International Gang Awareness Day. Chief David Dyess joined the march and presented a replacement bicycle to a 13 year old girl, who had her bicycle stolen the evening prior.

South Fork High School honored first responders tonight at their football game. It was very rewarding to be a part of this event alongside the Florida Highway Patrol, Martin County Sheriff’s Office, Sewall’s Point Police, Martin County Fire Rescue and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Each department was given a football signed by the graduating football players and cheerleaders.

Coffee with the Cops had a great turnout this morning at Stuart Coffee Co. in downtown Stuart. We’d like to send a huge thank you to Stuart Coffee Company for allowing us to build relationships with our community.

Rain or Shine...Let’s Talk About Crime! Stuart Police Department’s Community Relations Unit rallied the residents together for a Mobile Neighborhood Crime Watch Meeting. We decided to just build a mobile classroom in the roadway and bring the meeting to them. The meeting had a great turnout and those who attended had a chance to hear from Chief David Dyess about recent activities in their neighborhood. It was very informative and a great opportunity for residents to “meet and greet” with their law enforcement officers. We provided crime prevention tips and information on upcoming future events that will be hosted by the Stuart Police. Of course, Big Apple Pizza in Stuart donated pizza and we have to give a huge thank you for their generosity. Remember, if you see something...say something!

National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Vote by October 20th for the City of Stuart's Water Tank in the 2017 TNEMEC Tank of the Year contest! In order to vote, be sure to visit: TANKOFTHEYEAR.TNEMEC.COM Then, scroll down the alphabetical list until you see Stuart. Click on the voting (checkmark) link, type in the info and submit!

Stuart Police apprehended a suspicious Iguana hiding from authorities from a local downtown restaurant. This guy has been able to elude officers for a few days now and sightings of him resulted in an “Iguanahunt”, leaving officers empty handed. Today, he was safely taken into custody without incident from the outdoor seating area.

Coffee with the Cops at Stuart Coffee in downtown Stuart. On October 20th, come out and join Stuart Police Officers for a cup of fresh coffee. We'll be there from 8:00am until 9:30am, so swing by 55 SW Flagler Avenue and meet our officers. We love building relationships in the community "One Cup at a Time!"

A little rain didn’t ruin the day... the Fall Family Festival went on as planned! It was a great event for a great cause! The community showed their support for Operation 300 and in return the children had a blast. The Stuart Police Department’s “Thin Blue Bar-B-Que” was called into action for the event and easily handled the cooking needs. Kids and grown-ups alike showed off their artistic side and painted a patrol car. K-9 Bady and his handler weren’t left out either and put on a demonstration in the rain. Of course, none of this would of been possible without the planning and sponsorship by Aycock Funeral Homes and Fernhill Memorial Gardens. We thank them for allowing us to be a part of this awesome event. Their commitment to Operation 300 and donation of all the proceeds will ensure the success of the organization, which helps children of fallen veterans. The Stuart Police Department believes that community partnerships like this, makes Stuart such an amazing place to call home.

If you happened to be in the area of Sailfish Park on Friday night, you may have noticed some ghouls, goblins, witches, or other characters looming around the area. The City of Stuart partnered up with Tykes and Teens for a movie in the park. Hocus Pocus was the featured movie, along with a costume contest, free popcorn, and many other fun activities. Oh, and if you think you may have seen Chief Dyess riding an ostrich, your eyes were not playing tricks on you. Keep checking our Facebook page for our next movie in the park.

The Stuart Police Department was honored to be a part of the Neighborhood Night Out at Tierra Verde Condominiums. The evening was a huge success and members of the Stuart Police Department had a chance to "meet & greet" with the residents. Officer Tyler Bovee and his K-9 partner “Bady” gave a great demonstration. During the event, Chief David Dyess presented an official Stuart Police “Challenge Coin” to a resident, Howard Duncan Knotts, who is 106 years old. Mr. Knotts served in the Merchant Marine during World War II and retired after a long distinguished career. Mr. Knotts had a second career with Caterpillar Tractor Company and also retired after 20 years. Congressman Mast’s Office presented Mr. Knotts with a flag that flew over the U.S. Capital building in Washington D.C. We especially would like to thank all of the residents at Tierra Verde for their generosity. It's partnerships like this that make Stuart such a great place to call home.

The Community Relations Unit had a great time today visiting these inquisitive VPK students at Temple Beit HaYam. Our agency is so honored to have had an opportunity to present the Community Helper’s program with such great children. We always value the partnerships within the community.

*** UPDATE *** Stuart Police Arrest Purse Snatcher On 10/3/17, Stuart Police Department investigated a sudden purse snatching at the Walgreens in Stuart, FL. Detectives obtained tips through Facebook and assistance from Martin County Sheriff's Office, which led to the identity of Bradley Andrew Baum, 23 years old of Hobe Sound, FL. Baum was taken into custody on traffic related charges and questioned by Detective Joseph Calderone. Baum was later arrested for Robbery by Sudden Snatching and taken to the Martin County Jail, where he will be held on a $10,000 bond.

Joins us at Fall Family Festival on Saturday, October 14th. It’s for a great cause and helps the children of fallen veterans. Operation 300 receives 100% of the proceeds.

“Friday the 13th” Family Movie Night Bring your family to the Sailfish Ball Park for the 6:30pm showing of Hocus Pocus. Children 12 and under in costume can enter the costume contest. We’ll see you there!

The Stuart Police Department donated 32 bicycles to Project Lift. These bicycles were scheduled for destruction and in need of repair. Most will be repaired and given out to different people in need or organizations like LAHIA that assists the homeless.

Purse Snatcher’s Identity Needed Stuart Police Department is asking for help with identifying and locating this person of interest. On 10/3/17, he is suspected to be involved in a sudden purse snatching at Walgreens in Stuart, Fl. If you recognize him, please contact Detective Joseph Calderone at (772) 220-3943.

Kaitlyn Murphy was arrested and charged with Scheme to Defraud. Murphy was responsible for the glass being found in food at Stuart establishments. Murphy was transported to Martin County Jail and booked.

*roadway has reopened SE Federal at Pomeroy is closed northbound and one lane open southbound due to a serious crash. Expect delays for several hours while the crash is being investigated. Avoid the area by using an alternate route.

Congratulations Stuart Police Det. Joseph Calderone who was honored by the Stuart Elks Lodge Operation Thank You for his work on a Homicide investigation.

All in a days work! Stuart Police Officers rescued a kitten from a Roosevelt Bridge drain. They named the kitten “Roosevelt” and it has been given to a loving home.

Publix stopped by today with a thank you surprise for the work performed by public safety during hurricane Irma. We are so appreciative of our community and their support!