Kenneth City Police Department

  • Agency: Kenneth City Police Department
  • Address: 4600 58th St N, Kenneth City, 33709 FL
  • Chief: Douglas Pasley (Chief of Police)

Kenneth City Police Department is located at 4600 58th St N, Kenneth City, 33709 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Douglas Pasley. The Kenneth City Police Department phone number is (727) 582-6200.

Kenneth City Police Department News

Ofc Beltran-Hernandez and Ofc Robert Perrault have joined the #NovemberChallenge! Here they are on 11/4, four days in, working parking detail at Kenneth City's Fall Festival. Everyone is welcome to participate -- click this link for Event details and send in your photos! https://www.facebook.com/events/1645557365466847/ Link to donation Page: www.casa-stpete.org/KennethCity #endDV #GiveHope #giving #crimeprevention #communitypolicing #pinellas #NoShave #domesticviolence

KCPD Training Update: PD Volunteer Pastor Randy Tooley sent in these photos this morning from Titusville, FL, where he is attending a Florida Law Enforcement Chaplain Training hosted by the Brevard County Sheriff's Office, Florida (Official) The class is being instructed by Chaplain Larry Carter, of the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office and is open only to Law Enforcement Chaplains. Thank you, Pastor Tooley, for attending this training on our behalf: we benefit every day from your support and your commitment to your calling. Victory Church of The Nazarene

This week Pinellas County Government and the Board of County Commissioners recognizes National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation Week through November 11. Please join the PD in thanking Pinellas County Animal Services, their volunteers, and rescue partners who care for all our stray and lost animals. #AdoptDontShop #betterTogether #petfriendly

Our Flag is flying at half-mast outside KCPD to honor victims of the tragedy in Sutherland Springs, Texas, following Presidential Proclamation. https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2017/11/06/presidential-proclamation-honoring-victims-sutherland-springs-texas Our flag shall remain at half-mast until the expiration of the President's national directive, at sunset on Thursday, November 9, 2017. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the many families affected and we are thinking of all those who have been affected by this tragedy.

Juan Carlos came to the PD today and interviewed Ofc Andy Delay for a school project about police officers. It was great to meet you, Juan Carlos! #bettertogether #communitypolicing

Spotted in Kenneth City at this Saturday's Fall Festival on 11/4 -- Chief Kevin Riley, PD Volunteer Pastor Randy Tooley of Victory Church of The Nazarene Councilman Troup and Town Manager Matthew Campbell. Thank you to all who participated in the Event and especially to our fellow first responders, Sunstar Paramedics and City of Pinellas Park, Fire Department (you can see the ambulance and the firetruck in the background) -- they did a great job interfacing with the kids and educating on #publicsafety and health. #bettertogether #communitypolicing

We've created this Album to showcase the participants in this special Challenge month to help raise funds for CASA St. Petersburg as well as their new #petFriendly shelter, #CasaKennel. Check here for photos -- if you've sponsored an officer, follow their progress here --we're showcasing beards for guys and purple and green and pink manicures for gals. All are welcome to participate -- click this link for Event details and send in your photos! https://www.facebook.com/events/1645557365466847/ Link to donation Page: www.casa-stpete.org/KennethCity #endDV #GiveHope #giving #NovemberChallenge #crimeprevention #communitypolicing #pinellas #NoShave

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Working smoke alarms save lives. Associate this Sunday's time change with your smoke alarm battery change and be prepared for emergencies. Use that extra #FallBack hour to test your smoke alarms and change your alarm batteries. Also, a special tip that we learned from City of Pinellas Park, Fire Department: check the date on the back of your smoke alarm. If it is older than 10 years the device should be replaced. #safetyplan #DaylightSavingTime Sparky The Fire Dog

We've created this Album to showcase the participants in this special Challenge month to help raise funds for CASA St. Petersburg as well as their new #petFriendly shelter, #CasaKennel. Check here for photos -- if you've sponsored an officer, follow their progress here --we're showcasing beards for guys and purple and green and pink manicures for gals. All are welcome to participate -- click this link for Event details and send in your photos! https://www.facebook.com/events/1645557365466847/ Link to donation Page: www.casa-stpete.org/KennethCity #endDV #GiveHope #giving #NovemberChallenge #crimeprevention #communitypolicing #pinellas #NoShave

Kenneth City’s “November Challenge” Hate shaving but love your community? Then put down the shaving cream and help a family escape domestic violence! Love purple and green, and pink? Then pick up your nail polish and paint your nails CASA's colors to help CASA Kennel become a reality! For the month of November, Kenneth City police officers and civilian employees as well as all Town employees and all members of the public who would like to participate are invited to join our November Challenge to raise money for CASA St. Petersburg, our local Domestic Violence shelter. CASA's vision is “a community without domestic violence so that home is a safe place.” We encourage everyone to participate. Sponsor a Kenneth City police officer, or participate yourself – if you are reading this, you are welcome to join the Challenge. Any amount $5 and over is welcome. If you'd like to donate online, please click here to go directly to the Town of Kenneth City's donation page on CASA's website: https://www.casa-stpete.org/events,kenneth-city-november-challenge Any amount will be of assistance to this wonderful organization that helps so many women, children and men who are victims of domestic violence in our area. CASA provides shelter, food, clothing and toiletries and is also building a pet shelter, CASA Kennel, so that domestic violence victims can bring their pets with them and not have to face the difficult decision to either leave their pets behind or remain in an abusive environment. Please join us in an effort not only to raise awareness about domestic violence, but to make a difference in every day life in our area of Pinellas County. You may also bring in a cash or check donation to the Front Desk at the police department. Please make all checks payable directly to CASA (a US 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization). The PD will provide receipts for any cash or check donation. Check our Facebook Page throughout this special Challenge month -- we will be posting updates to show the progress of participants' beards, and to showcase all the pretty colors of purple and green and pink nail polish that we spot throughout the month. Thank you for your support. – The men and women of the Kenneth City Police Department https://www.casa-stpete.org/events,kenneth-city-november-ch… #endDV #GiveHope #giving #NovemberChallenge #crimeprevention #communitypolicing #crimeprevention #pinellas #petfriendly #noshave

Update 11/4/17: We've created an Event Page for the Challenge as well as a special Album showcasing participants' progress. Click on these links for the latest: PHOTOS: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1481436508576314.1073741919.175137082539603&type=1&l=e3454ff73d EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/1645557365466847/ Kenneth City’s “November Challenge” Hate shaving but love your community? Then put down the shaving cream and help a family escape domestic violence! Love purple and green, and pink? Then pick up your nail polish and paint your nails CASA's colors to help CASA Kennel become a reality! For the month of November, Kenneth City police officers and civilian employees as well as all Town employees and all members of the public who would like to participate are invited to join our November Challenge to raise money for CASA St. Petersburg, our local Domestic Violence shelter. CASA's vision is “a community without domestic violence so that home is a safe place.” We encourage everyone to participate. Sponsor a Kenneth City police officer, or participate yourself – if you are reading this, you are welcome to join the Challenge. Any amount $5 and over is welcome. If you'd like to donate online, please click here to go directly to the Town of Kenneth City's donation page on CASA's website: www.casa-stpete.org/KennethCity Any amount will be of assistance to this wonderful organization that helps so many women, children and men who are victims of domestic violence in our area. CASA provides shelter, food, clothing and toiletries and is also building a pet shelter, CASA Kennel, so that domestic violence victims can bring their pets with them and not have to face the difficult decision to either leave their pets behind or remain in an abusive environment. Please join us in an effort not only to raise awareness about domestic violence, but to make a difference in every day life in our area of Pinellas County. You may also bring in a cash or check donation to the Front Desk at the police department. Please make all checks payable directly to CASA (a US 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization). The PD will provide receipts for any cash or check donation. Check our Facebook Page throughout this special Challenge month -- we will be posting updates to show the progress of participants' beards, and to showcase all the pretty colors of purple and green and pink nail polish that we spot throughout the month. Thank you for your support. – The men and women of the Kenneth City Police Department https://www.casa-stpete.org/events,kenneth-city-november-challenge #endDV #GiveHope #giving #NovemberChallenge #crimeprevention #communitypolicing #crimeprevention #pinellas

Today Audrey from Spirit FM Radio delivered an oversized envelope full of pictures,cards, and notes, all containing well-wishes and prayers from Spirit FM 90.5 listeners -- adults and children alike. Pictured is Det Tucker holding up some of the wonderful messages of encouragement, appreciation and support, as well as prayers for peace and compassion. Thank you to Abby, the staff, listeners, and volunteers at Spirit FM 90.5 for including us in this special 10-24 project. We will be posting these inside the PD for all the officers to see. #1024Project #appreciation #gratitude

We are very happy to announce that there will be a OneBlood #BloodDrive at the Kenneth City Fall Festival on November 4th . All donors will receive a free #OneBlood Fleece Blanket and a wellness checkup including blood pressure, temperature, iron count, pulse and cholesterol screening! Hours are 9AM-2PM. Please see attached flyer if you would like to make an appointment in advance. You may also click on this link, scroll down to Nov 4 / Kenneth City Event https://www.oneblood.org/donate-now/donation-centers.stml?zip=33709&sponsorName=&include-mobile-drives=on&noMobile= or call 1-888-936-6283 More details on the Fall Festival - click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1511814085531993/

Thank you to all who stopped by the PD for our Safe Halloween Event -- Chief Riley, Ofc Beltran Hernandez, Ofc Bruner, and Ofc Perrault all saw some spooktacular costumes and enjoyed meeting everyone who came by. Thank you to Sgt Matson, who hosted the Event, and handed out some sweet, sweet candy donated by our local Winn-Dixie #SafeHalloween #communitypolicing

Kenneth City Police Department having a great time handing out candy.

#SafeHalloween Event tonight at the PD from 6-8PM. All are welcome - drop by the PD for some candy, show off your costume, and say hello to your local Kenneth City Police officers. https://www.facebook.com/events/755537331320924/

Don't just hang around waiting for Halloween! It's #BatWeek and now is a great time to learn more about these night-time pollinators and insect-eaters who are essential for our ecosystem. Click below and also visit Bat Conservation International for some cool facts about bats.

This album contains photos taken by our officers to show their appreciation for our Town as Halloween approaches. We are featuring a 24 hour perspective and some of our first contributions come from the Evening shift -- to start us off, Ofc Beltran Hernandez sent in photos from around Town of some wonderfully scary Halloween decorations, all spooktacular and in the true spirit of #Halloween. Way to go, Kenneth City! #CommunityPolicing #SafeHalloween #civicpride

This album contains photos taken by our officers to show their appreciation for our Town as Halloween approaches. We are featuring a 24 hour perspective and some of our first contributions come from the Evening shift -- to start us off, Ofc Beltran Hernandez sent in photos from around Town of some wonderfully scary Halloween decorations, all spooktacular and in the true spirit of #Halloween. Way to go, Kenneth City! #CommunityPolicing #SafeHalloween #civicpride

On Saturday, October 28th, Kenneth City residents turned in 48.5 pounds of prescription medication to the Kenneth City Police Department during the Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, which was held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We are proud of everyone for having participated in this national Event, which was locally co-sponsored by LiveFreeSubstance Abuse Prevention Coalition of Pinellas and Operation PAR A total of 927.2 lbs of medicine was collected County-wide. Click here for details and the #Pinellas weigh-in totals: http://www.pcsoweb.com/17-233-operation-medicine-cabinet-event-scheduled-for-saturday-october-28-2017 If anyone missed the Drug Take Back Day, the Kenneth City Police Department has a permanent Operation Medicine Cabinet drop off box located right outside the PD at 4600 58th St North Kenneth City, Fl 33709. Look for the bright green kiosk. #OMD #communitypolicing #DEA

Come Trick or Treat with us and have a Safe Halloween! We will be infront of the Lobby of the Kenneth City Police Department from 6-8PM handing out candy and Halloween safety tips for kids of all ages! All Trick or Treaters are welcome to drop by the PD for some candy, show off your costumes and to say hello to your Kenneth City police officers! In the meantime, prepare for a safe #Halloween: Caregivers: watch your Trick-or-Treaters carefully -- they might run across the street unexpectedly if they see a group of kids they know or a house with cool decorations, and masks impair a child’s vision, which can also increase the chance of a trip or fall. Make sure you put strips of reflective tape on costumes and give each of your Trick-or-Treaters a flashlight to increase visibility. Go to a house with the porch light on so you know you're welcome. Sparky The Fire Dog has asked us to add: don't leave any lit candles unattended - this includes inside jack-o-lanterns. Better yet, use a glow stick instead. #BeSafeBeSeen

Halloween is approaching! Caregivers: watch your Trick-or-Treaters carefully -- they might run across the street unexpectedly if they see a group of kids they know or a house with cool decorations, and masks impair a child’s vision, which can also increase the chance of a trip or falls. Make sure you put strips of reflective tape on costumes and give each of your Trick-or-Treaters a flashlight to increase visibility. Go to a house with the porch light on so you know you're welcome. Sparky The Fire Dog has asked us to add: don't leave any lit candles unattended - this includes inside jack-o-lanterns. Better yet, use a glow stick instead. Join us at the PD from 6-8 PM on 10/31 for Safe Halloween Trick-or Treating outside the PD - flyer coming soon. #BeSafeBeSeen #firesafety More info: http://www.nfpa.org/halloween

Early voting for the November 7 County Referendum and Municipal General Elections starts today through November 5th. Kenneth City is NOT an early voting site. There are only three early voting sites county-wide, in Clearwater, Largo and St Pete - click here for locations and hours: https://www.votepinellas.com/Election-Information/Early-Voting You may also call 727-464-VOTE for more info. Kenneth City's Community Hall IS a Polling Place and will be open on Election Day, November 7th, from 7AM-7PM for precincts 238/244 (combined); Kenneth City also has a polling place for precinct 237: Clearview Oaks at 5700 40th Ave N (outheast corner of 40 Ave. N. & 58 St. N). Make an informed decision about November 7th's County Referendum, Penny for Pinellas. Click here to see the exact wording of the Referendum as it will appear on your ballot: https://www.votepinellas.com/Election-Information/Elections/Current-Upcoming-Elections/2017-Municipal-General-Elections/County-Referendum and click here for some background provided by the County: http://www.pinellascounty.org/penny/ Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections #civicduty #vote