Sunny Isles Beach Police Department

  • Agency: Sunny Isles Beach Police Department
  • Address: 18070 Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles Beach, 33160 FL
  • Chief: Dwight Snyder (Interim Chief)

Sunny Isles Beach Police Department is located at 18070 Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles Beach, 33160 FL. The Interim Chief of the department is Dwight Snyder. The Sunny Isles Beach Police Department phone number is (305) 947-4440.

Sunny Isles Beach Police Department News

Vehicle Safety: We have a lot of traffic and pedestrians on our streets and sidewalks. Some very busy pedestrian areas in Sunny Isles Beach include the crosswalks by Collins Ave. and 174th Street and Collins and 178th street. Remember that pedestrians always have the right-of-way. Use caution when turning right and look both ways to ensure a pedestrian is not crossing. #SIBSafetyFirst�

NMB Water has contained the water main break near Collins Ave & 183rd Street. They have said that given the disruption to the system, tap water may be discolored for the next several hours however, this is normal and the water remains safe to drink.

TRAFFIC ALERT: Traffic is backed up due to a water main leak in the southbound lanes of Collins Ave. near 183rd Street. NMB Water is on site addressing the issue.

Someone is a victim of #identitytheft every 3 seconds. Learn what you can do to protect yourself and your family from the fastest growing crime in America. Call 305.792.1706 to register for Identity Protection 101.

Today is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. SIBPD joins the nation to raise public awareness about this widespread crime. If you see something, say something. You can report tips or information anonymously. Call the Miami-Dade County State Attorney's Office hotline at 305.350.5567. You can also reach out to the SIB Police Dept. and request to meet with a detective from this unit to discuss information: call 305.947.4440. #HumanTraffickingAwarenessDay

Southbound Collins Avenue at 175th Street has re-opened, but traffic remains very heavy in the area.

TRAFFIC ALERT UPDATE: Police are working a critical accident involving a pedestrian on Southbound Collins Avenue at approximately 175th Street. All southbound traffic is being re-routed. Please avoid this area and seek alternative routes to your destination, such as U.S 1. This closure may last for an extended period and will cause heavy delays.

Southbound A1A / Collins Ave. CLOSED at 175th Street due to a motor vehicle accident. Please seek an alternate route. Heavy delays expected.

Congratulations to SIBPD Officer David Barrios, winner of the Joe & John Borrell award!

NIGHT TIME CLOSURE: All NB lanes will be closed at 18975 Collins Ave and traffic will be diverted into SB lanes, nightly, from 9pm - 6am through Feb. 15. This closure excludes Fridays & Saturdays. Heavy delays may occur during this time. Please seek an alternate route when possible.

Holiday Safety Tip: Remind inexperienced teen drivers to be extra alert during the holidays when people are more distracted. Try to avoid driving late at night if possible.

Holiday Safety Tip: Remind inexperienced teens drivers to be extra alert during the holidays when people are most distracted. Try to avoid driving late at night if possible.

Holiday Safety Tip: Watch out for small kids and distracted drivers in parking lots that are busier than usual.

#SIBPD & Ocean Rescue working at tonight’s Pre-NYE in SIB.

We often receive complaints regarding the homeless population in Sunny Isles Beach. Police Chief Fred Maas revisits this important and timely issue here:

Holiday Safety Tip: Keep your full attention on your surroundings and take a moment to glance around for possible suspicious persons, vehicles, and/or situations. Prior to entering your vehicle, look inside and around.

Holiday Safety Tip: If you are traveling, do not post your travel plans on social media. Let a trustworthy neighbor know if you're planning to go out of town so they can keep an eye on your house. Have the neighbor also grab your mail and newspapers while you are away.

Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday season!

Holiday Safety Tip: Keep gifts or valuable objects away from windows. Close blinds, shutters, drapes, and curtains. If a burglar can see valuable items, they may attempt to take them from you.

Holiday Safety Tip: It is not uncommon for criminals to take advantage of the generosity of people during the holiday season by soliciting donations door-to-door for false charitable causes. Ask for identification and find out how the donated funds will be used. If you are not satisfied, do not donate.

Officers visit NSE/SIB K-8 students this morning at Career Day. More photos from Career Day can be found here:

SIB Ocean Rescue at Career Day this morning at NSE/SIB K-8 School.

Holiday Safety Tip: Keep a secure hold on your purse, handbag and shopping bags. Do not put them down or on top of the car in order to open the door.

Great demonstration from K-9’s Vader, Vino, & Rocko today at Career Day!

Holiday Safety Tip: Track deliveries online and confirm delivery has occurred. Sign up for email notifications to track your packages from initial shipment to its arrival at your home, or the recipient's address if you have the gift delivered directly.