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

You are 3 times more likely to be in a car crash if you are fatigued. More than 37% of the U.S. workforce is sleep deprived. Fatigue can affect our ability to #justdrive. Learn more at

Ocean Rescue conducted swim and rescue skill tests today on the beach. Thanks to all the candidates who tried out for SIB Ocean Rescue! You can find all open positions for employment with the City of Sunny Isles Beach at:

If you can’t wait to send a text, pull over to a safe location first. It may save your life and the lives of those around you. #UDriveUTextUPay #justdrive

‪Sgt. Manzella, Officer Ranallo & Officer Prongay at the Fishing Tournament.

Speak up when you’re being disturbed as well as when you’re in danger. Distracted driving is deadly driving. #justdrive and learn more at

Motor vehicle fatalities are up 6% from 2015, with more than 40,000 people killed in 2017. Collins Avenue is an extremely busy state road traveled by tens of thousands of cars each day. Keep your eyes on the road. #justdrive #putitdown

Everyone should be aware of this IRS scam that criminals are using on unsuspecting victims. As we come to the end of tax season, be prepared to recognize a scam phone call when you receive one.

From cell phones to dashboard infotainment systems to evolving voice command features – all pose a threat to our safety. It only takes one second of your attention to change a life forever. #justdrive

Bring the kids along on Saturday, April 28 to the Shred-a-thon and they can enjoy a Police Expo for Kids featuring K-9 demonstrations, SWAT, McGruff Crime Dog, Police Cars, giveaways, food and more! Shred-a-thon, Drug Take Back and Police Expo

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month and throughout the month, we are sharing driver safety tips on the Sunny Isles Beach Police Department Social Media: Facebook and Twitter. Distracted driving is one of the fastest growing safety issues on roads today. The national distracted driving effort focuses on ways to change the behavior of drivers through legislation, enforcement, public awareness, and education. Read SIB Police Chief Maas's article on Distracted Driving: #justdrive #putitdown

‪Spring Break has arrived! Working at the Teen Foam Party at Gateway Park.‬ #SIBFoamParty

TRAFFIC ALERT: A portion of 181st Drive is closed for maintenance work today, Thursday, March 22, from 9 am - 1 pm. 181st Drive will be closed from the corner of North Bay Rd. to just past Pelican Community Park.

March is Florida Bicycle Month. Vehicles, Bicycles and Pedestrians all play a part in keeping yourselves and others safe on the road. Visit Alert Today Florida to find out more. #FLBikeMonth

TRAFFIC ALERT: Westbound 174th Street is CLOSED due to a fire at the 200 block of 174th Street. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue is responding.

All 50 States have "Move Over" laws to protect law enforcement officers and other first responders stopped on our Nation's roads. Yet only 71% of the public are aware of these laws, and traffic-related incidents continue to be the number one cause of death among on-duty law enforcement officers. Visit NHTSA for more information.

Westbound 163rd Street has re-opened at 26th Avenue. North Miami Beach Police Department reports that both directions on Biscayne Blvd. will be open within minutes.

TRAFFIC ALERT: North Miami Beach Police Department is on the scene of a suspicious package at Biscayne Blvd. and 163rd Street. Westbound 163rd Street is CLOSED at 26th Avenue. All traffic is shut down on Biscayne Blvd. from NE 151 Street to NE 172 Street. Please avoid the area.

TRAFFIC ALERT: the traffic light at 163rd Street & Collins Avenue is out. Officers are directing traffic at the intersection. Please use caution.

This Sunday we will be setting our clocks ahead for Daylight Savings Time. We encourage you to take the time to check safety essentials around the house like smoke detector batteries. The NHTSA also encourages you to use this time of year as a reminder to check your vehicles for open safety recalls. Since many Americans spend hours in their cars commuting to work, the few minutes spent maintaining the family car can help keep everyone safe on the road. You can use NHTSA's VIN Look-Up tool to check to see if any of your vehicles are under a recall: Make a habit of checking your vehicles twice a year. To help remember, time the recall check with daylight savings time - every March when setting clocks forward, and every November when setting clocks back. #CheckForRecalls

Chief Maas co-hosts the LEO Awards as City of Sunny Isles Beach City Manager, Chris Russo presents one of the awards for Community Policing to Aventura Police Department Officers. Congrats to our SIBPD winners and all of the LEOs who serve Miami-Dade County!

Read the latest article from Chief Fred Maas recognizing a couple of important individuals in our community!

The traffic light at Sunny Isles Blvd. and Collins Ave is out again. Officers are on site directing traffic. Please use caution.

Thanks to all of our officers who worked last night at the Gateway Park Grand Opening. An increased police presence helped all of our residents, performers and staff feel safe and enjoy a fantastic concert at Gateway Park - Sunny Isles Beach!

TRAFFIC ALERT: the traffic light at 163rd st. & Collins Avenue is out. Officers are directing traffic at the intersection. Please use caution.

NEED TO IDENTIFY: If anyone is able to identify the pictured subject(s) captured via CCTV, please contact Detective Glansberg with the SIB Police Department at 305.792.1942 or