Orlando Police Department

  • Agency: Orlando Police Department
  • Address: 100 South Hughey Avenue, Orlando, 32802-0913 FL
  • Chief: Paul Rooney (Chief of Police)
Phone: 407-246-2401

Orlando Police Department is located at 100 South Hughey Avenue, Orlando, 32802-0913 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Paul Rooney. The Orlando Police Department phone number is 407-246-2401.

Orlando Police Department News

This is a great service - when it's necessary. But our message continues to be "Call when you can, text if you can't"

Members of the Royal Bahamas Police Force stopped by OPD Headquarters for a visit today. Welcome to Orlando - thanks for coming by!

Can you ID? On 03/17/2018 at 4:31 p.m., two suspects robbed the Metro PCS store at 2509 E Colonial Dr. at gunpoint. They may have fled in black 4-door sedan (possibly a Chrysler 300) Please watch video and call Central Florida Crimeline 800-423-TIPS with any info.

Earlier this week, our Dueling Dragons program was featured on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt. We are so proud of the officers, volunteers and most importantly, the young residents who have made this program a success.

A group of motorcycle riders who honor officers killed in the line of duty stopped at OPD Headquarters today to honor Lt. Debra Clayton who was killed in the line of duty in January 2017. The organizing group is called 9463, badge number of Broward Deputy Sgt. Chris Reyka who was killed in 2007. Each year they visit Florida agencies that lost a hero.

Looking forward to #StPatricksDay2018? We are too, and want everyone to have a great weekend celebrating. But if you drink & drive, your party is going to end in a jail cell. Drunk driving tragedies are 100 percent preventable. Do your part - designate a driver!

So proud that our Chief, John Mina, has been named LGBT Ally by the LGBT+ Center Orlando - The Center and that he will be honored with an Orlando Diversity Award at the 6th Annual Harvey Milk Diversity Breakfast on May 16th.

OPD Officers on a 75-mile qualifying ride for the Police Unity Tour which will end in Washington DC during police week in May, when Lt. Debra Clayton’s name is added to the national memorial for fallen officers. They have been training hard to make all who support OPD proud by making the ride for our fallen brothers and sisters.

As the federal trial for Noor Salman gets under way this morning, we stand with the prosecutors seeking justice for the horrific crime that rocked our community on June 12, 2016. #Pulse #OrlandoUnited

As part of our contributions to City of Orlando - Government's sustainability efforts, we've added four electric motorcycles to our fleet.

Last night, NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt showcased Dueling Dragons. We're so proud of the impact that this program is having in our community.

The Orlando Fire Department has created an event where you don't even need to leave your house... and it could potentially save your life.

‪OPD Cpl. Kevlon Kirkpatrick doing some push ups with the members of Cub Scout Pack 168.‬ ‪Great job, Scouts! ‬

Yesterday, News 6 WKMG / ClickOrlando’s Trooper Steve dared Chief John Mina to do the Be the Match #LemonsForLeukemia 🍋challenge. Chief Mina nominates Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer Orange County Sheriff's Office, Florida Sheriff Jerry Demings and Kissimmee Police Department Chief Jeff O’Dell. 🍋 Let’s see what you got! 🍋

On International #WomensDay2018 we honor the Courage, Pride and Commitment of the awesome women of OPD, and everyone in our Communications Center, the very first of first responders. They work hard every day to keep you safe! #IWD2018

Meet K9 Tango, pictured here with his human partner. Together, they work hard to keep you safe. Tango catches bad guys, finds missing persons and can sniff out explosives. He's a valued member of our OPD family!

Today we celebrated the accomplishments, heroic efforts, tenure and promotions in our Quarterly Awards Ceremony. Congratulations to everyone who was honored!

Today we celebrated the accomplishments, heroic efforts, tenure and promotions in our Quarterly Awards Ceremony. Congratulations to everyone who was honored. Here is a special story about the lifesaving efforts of two of our officers:

Meet OPD K9 Boomer. He catches bad guys and helps prevent & solve crimes. In his free time, he likes to play catch and chill.

Officer Tyshone Bolden honored as a Hometown Hero at the Feb 28 Orlando Magic game. Officer Bolden is a School Resource Officer. Thanks for all you do to keep our community safe, Officer Bolden!

This is beyond Awesome! Check out OPD Volunteer Cleiton Bezerra, playing the saxophone...

Lt. Goglas met Marlowe at National Night Out in 2016 & after Lt. Debra Clayton was killed, his mom Kacie sent Lt. Goglas a nice email about how much Marlowe loves the police, so we arranged for him to visit! Marlowe got to be fingerprinted and everything!

It's not too late to sign up for our Citizens Police Academy. It's a great way to understand how OPD works. Join us! Information here: http://www.cityoforlando.net/police/citizen-police-academy/

OPD @ChiefJohnMina on the emergency ordinance on threats in front of @citybeautiful council today. The Florida Legislature is currently working to close this loophole on the state level, but we are acting locally until that happens.

Congratulations OPD Officer John Earle, winner of the 2017 McNamara Employee of the Year Award. Chief John Mina: “Officer Earle is being honored today because he represents the best traits, not only of an OPD officer, but of a City of Orlando employee.”