Gulfport Police Department

  • Agency: Gulfport Police Department
  • Address: 2401 53rd Street South, Gulfport, 33707 FL
  • Chief: Robert Vincent (Chief of Police)
Phone: 727-582-6177

Gulfport Police Department is located at 2401 53rd Street South, Gulfport, 33707 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Robert Vincent. The Gulfport Police Department phone number is 727-582-6177.

Gulfport Police Department News

Terrible news from the Gilchrist County Sheriff’s Office. Two deputies killed in the line of duty. Our thoughts are with the GCSO tonight.

Florida Safety Contractors will begin night operations from 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM to pave Gulfport Blvd. (22nd Avenue South), from 57th St South to 49th St South beginning today, April 18th through Thursday night. Two lanes will be open at all times (one in either direction). Please expect the middle lanes to be utilized tonight and return to outside lane use during the day. Outside lanes will open Thursday night and traffic will return to a normal pattern by Friday morning 6:00 AM.

Vehicle in Water!

March Felony Arrests!!

Parking fines increase effective immediately.

Scams Scams Scams!! Please review the IRS scam information and report this appropriately through their website,, or call TIGTA at 800-366-4484. Reporting directly through them allows the information you provide to be linked to other similar scams.

Please help us in welcoming two new officers. Officer Selena Ramos and Officer Brandon Dillard were sworn in today surrounded by family, friends, and some of their new co-workers.

Tonight is the Gulfport Citizens’ Academy cookout! Chief Vincent cooked his famous burgers!! Lots of smiles all the way around. Great food and great people!! Officer Zack Mills does a fantastic job with these academies - we are so lucky to have him!!

Here is the map for the mooring field.

Attention Vessel Owners!!! City of Gulfport, Florida - Municipal Marina 4630 29th Avenue South Gulfport, FL 33711 (727) 893-1071 Contact: Marina Director, Denis Frain For Immediate Release, 3/29/2018 Mooring Field Construction Safety Zone and Relocation of Vessels City of Gulfport, Florida Marina Director, Denis Frain has announced that Mooring Field Construction will begin on Monday, April 2nd. All vessels located inside the mooring field boundary lines and safety zone will need to be relocated outside the mooring field boundaries and safety zone no later than Monday, April 2. The mooring field boundaries are attached to this press release. Mooring field safety buoys will be placed to clearly identify the mooring field boundaries and safety zone on Friday, March 30th. Vessels that are not removed from the mooring field boundaries and safety zone by Monday, April 2nd will be subject to tow and impoundment. All removal costs are the responsibility of the vessel owner. For more information or questions, please contact Municipal Marina Ship Store at (727) 893-1071.

Meet one of our newest officers, Selena Ramos. Today she received training with the Taser, our conducted energy weapon. We offer our new officers the opportunity to experience a voluntary exposure to the Taser. Officer Ramos is assisted in this video by Detectives Jennifer Crowson and Eva Wiltse as well as our Taser instructor, Officer Jesse Kellington. Nice work, Officer Ramos!!

Gulfport PD has an Explorer Post for youth who wish to learn more about what it is like to serve in the profession of law enforcement. Please consider making a contribution to support the Greater Tampa Bay Area Exploring Program.

****WARNING....TAX SCAMMERS**** Don’t be fooled by scammers pretending to be the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The IRS will NOT call you if you owe taxes without first sending you a notice in the mail. Scammers however WILL call you and alter the caller ID to make it look like the IRS or another official agency is calling from Washington, D.C. Scammers may also use a scheme called "phishing" to lure you into telling them your personal information such as your social security number, bank information, credit card accounts, and more. Scammers will "phish” for your information by asking you to verify specific details. Scammers frequently threaten folks with arrest if they do not pay right away and they’ll instruct you to purchase green dot cards to make payments. You should report all unsolicited emails claiming to be from the IRS or an IRS-related function to If you’re not sure, before doing anything, please call dispatch at (727) 582-6177 and ask to see or to speak with a Gulfport Officer. We’re happy to help.

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Emergency street closure.... The top of a power pole has caught fire in the area of Wood Ibis Park. As a result 58th Street is closed between 28th Avenue and 26th Avenue. Please avoid the area. Residents in the area may experience a power outage. Duke Energy has been contacted and is expected to arrive shortly.

******Update Deja Vu has been returned to her family. Thank you!! This little chihuahua was found wandering around Neptune’s. If you know where she lives please call dispatch at (727) 582-6177 and ask to speak with Gulfport’s Officer Priest.

2018 Accreditation Invite!

Don’t bet your luck on it: drunk driving is deadly driving. This St. Paddy’s Day, remember: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over St. Patrick’s Day is one of America’s most widely celebrated holidays, for the Irish and non-Irish alike. It’s a great excuse to gather with friends and family and make merry over bangers n’ mash and a pint of green beer. Sadly, the night often ends with drunk drivers on the road, which poses a threat to other drivers, vehicle passengers, and pedestrians. In 2016 alone, 60 people were killed in drunk-driving crashes during the St. Paddy’s Day holiday period (6 p.m. March 16 to 5:59 a.m. March 18). Not only is this behavior deadly, it’s illegal. For that reason, law enforcement will be out in full force to make sure that if you are behind the wheel, you are sober. This year, if you’ll be drinking alcohol, remember: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.

A drone was found in the yard of a vacant house in the 5400 block of 13th Ave. S. If it belongs to you, please bring proof of ownership to the Gulfport Police Department to claim it. UPDATE: The item was submitted to Property & Evidence and can be claimed there during business hours, beginning tomorrow. 4707 145th Ave. N. in Clearwater (464-6391)

****UPDATE.... Mrs. Akers has been located in St Petersburg. Thank you so much for all the shares!! Please keep an eye out for Margaret Akers. She resides in the 5000 block of 13th Avenue South. Mrs. Akers was last seen wearing a short sleeve blue t-shirt and dark pink shorts. She left her home approximately an hour and a half ago. Mrs. Akers has Alzheimer’s. If you’ve seen her, please call dispatch at (727) 582-6177 and ask to speak to a Gulfport officer. Please share this post.

SCAM!!!! The following information is an email that someone locally received. We are posting this to warn those of the various types of scams out there. The grammar and punctuation within the email is an obvious sign of a scam. EMAIL: FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division Address:935 Pennsyl¬vania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20535 Tel: +1 (501) 588-2607 I am John Bill from FBI unit,i have been instructed by our new FBI Director Christopher Wray, to inform you that out of our thorough investigation lately ,we found out that one of the abandoned valid Packages such as ATM Cards And Consignment Boxes by diplomatic agents who complained that the beneficiaries were not able to provide the anti terrorist clearance certificate to guide and show that the fund is no way related to fraud or drug money,with the information we have here ,we found out that one of the funds belongs to you. And you are meant to report back quick with the fee for the needed certificate which is only $280 ,in conclusion i want to tell you that you are advised to stop any transaction you are doing now for this fund ,because your fund is now under our custody and we will deliver it to you by our self. Get back to us quick for the information where you will send the fee to avoid any more delay on your fund and make sure you provide your phone number as well for easy communication. thanks. a FBI Special Agent John Bill Fax: +1 (501) 588-2607 If you receive a similar scam the FBI has asked that the complaints be filed to their onlin IC3 center @

At this week’s Gulfport’s Citizen’s Police Academy, Community Resource Officer, Zack Mills meets the class at the firing range and training facility. One hour was concentrated on the safety and handling of a gun. Commander Stone, Sergeant Parks, Officer Ross and Officer Carter are all certified to train in this capacity. The blue gun is plastic and part of the training to hold the gun correctly. Every person had to complete this task before going out on the range as well as follow the rules of gun safety. Many in the class had never shot a gun before and each person had an instructor with them at all times.