Largo Police Department

  • Agency: Largo Police Department
  • Address: 201 Highland Ave, Largo, 33779-0296 FL
  • Chief: John L Carroll (Chief of Police)
Phone: (727) 587-6730
Fax: (727) 586-7497

Largo Police Department is located at 201 Highland Ave, Largo, 33779-0296 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is John L Carroll. The Largo Police Department phone number is (727) 587-6730.

Largo Police Department News

Hurricane season is starting anew, and so do the headaches of preparing for it. But there is incentive to get ready: From June 1st through 7th, storm supplies are tax-free in Florida. #2018HurricanePreparedness #StockUp

Thank you kids and parents for the wonderful time spent with our K9 Unit! It was our pleasure to meet all of you and we hope you enjoyed meeting four new furry friends!

The kids got to play in a K9 truck...


K9 Meet and Greet in progress!

We will be live-tweeting the K9 Meet and Greet with our lucky rock finders tonight at 7:30 pm on Twitter. Join us at @LargoPD.

Comm Center construction is nearing completion. We anticipate welcoming our telecommunicators back to their state-of-the-art consoles in about two weeks. A Grand Opening will be held on June 12. Stay tuned!

To those who courageously gave their lives and those who bravely fight today, thank you. #Celebrate #Honor #Remember

This was an eventful two weeks for the Investigative Services Division detectives, as two separate murder trials took place. In the first case, Det. Brendan Arlington's 2015 home invasion shooting death of victim McKinley Torbitt, Jr. on Jefferson Ave resulted in Life Sentences without Parole for suspects Shaquille Felder and Leonard Little. In another courtroom, Jared Compton received a Life Sentence for the 2016 First Degree Murder of Quade Gifford on Rosery Road. Most of ISD testified in one trial or both. Based upon the detectives' good work, the State Attorney's Office was able to make solid arguments and secure the guilty verdicts.

In 1983, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed May 25th as National Missing Children’s Day. Missing Children’s Day is dedicated to encouraging parents, guardians, caregivers, and others concerned with the well-being of children to make child safety a priority. It serves as a reminder to continue our efforts to reunite missing children with their families and an occasion to honor those dedicated to this noble cause.

Here are some photos from Relay for Life over the weekend. Team Largo finished in the top 10 teams for fundraising. Thank you to all who donated through LPD! A total of $130,931.09 has been raised for the Greater Pinellas Relay in the fight against cancer. Chief Undestad was briefly jailed, under a warrant from his sister, but his boys bailed him out--all funds went to the charity. See you next year!

***Update: The Ceremony will be held inside the Central Park Performing Arts Center***The 2018 Memorial Day ceremony will be held May 28th, at 7:00 pm in Largo Central Park's Military Court of Honor. The evening will include a color guard, music, and a wreath presentation in remembrance of our fallen soldiers. Visit

Here are our final winners! “The 30 minute drive was totally worth it! Alena and Bella found the mystery rock at northeast park. Thank you for the treasure hunt. We had a lot of fun 😊 “ All the K9 rocks have been found. Thanks to everyone who participated!

William and Nora were early birds and went right out to Datsko Park to find K9 Drax’s rock. D for Drax, D for Datsko! Well done, kids! #LargoNaturally #BacktheBlue

This is Melina, who found K9 Murphy’s rock in McGough Park! We are so pleased it did not go missing. A clue was posted this morning on our Twitter feed, @LargoPD, for another of the K9 rocks: D for Drax.

Liam found K9 Chase’s rock in Bonner Park today! Nice find. You guys are proving to be good at this. Two K9 rocks are still out there waiting...

Congratulations to Rae! She and her mom Shelly found K9 Oz’s rock in Largo Central Park. Rae and her brother will get a chance to meet Oz! Other rocks are still out there!

Here’s a hint: The K9 rock for Oz is there as of 8 am today. Happy hunting! Go to the LPD Twitter feed for upcoming clues. @LargoPD

Every May, the Administration on Aging, part of the Administration for Community Living, leads our nation's observance of Older American's Month. The 2018 theme, Engage at Every Age, emphasizes that you are never too old (or young) to take part in activities that can enrich your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. It also celebrates the many ways in which older adults make a difference in our communities. Participating in activities that promote mental and physical wellness, offering your wisdom and experience to the next generation - those are just a few examples of what being engaged can mean. No matter where you are in your life, there is no better time than now to start. We hope you will join in and Engage at Every Age! #OAM18!

The K9 Murphy rock that was placed in McGough Park is gone, but no one has contacted us to claim their prize! Let us know if you have it. Cross this park off your list. Three more K9 rocks and nine other LPD rocks are still out there in City of Largo parks. (Not a photo of the Murph Man).

Motorcycle Safety Month: Look twice, save a life. Motorcycles are everywhere. #ShareTheRoadFL

Relay for Life starts tonight at Coachman Park from 6 pm to sunrise! Relay For Life is the signature fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. The Largo Police Team will be on hand to walk through the night to support the fight against cancer. If you would like to donate to LPD's efforts, you can do so here:

Celebrate National Police Week! The 1st person to find each of these rocks & tweet a picture of themselves with it to @LargoPD will win a K9 Meet & Greet. Hint: All rocks are hidden in Largo City Parks. #NationalPoliceWeek #LargoPD #LoveLargoFL #LargoNaturally #K9

We are saddened this morning by the announcement that Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Ofc. Lance Whitaker died in a single-vehicle crash yesterday as he was responding to another crash. Our condolences to his family and the JSO.

In tribute to the local, state, and federal peace officers who have died, or who have been disabled, in the line of duty. We will always remember.