Tarpon Springs Police Department

  • Agency: Tarpon Springs Police Department
  • Address: 444 South Huey Avenue, Tarpon Springs, 34689 FL
  • Chief: Mark LeCouris (Chief of Police)
Phone: (727) 937-6151
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Tarpon Springs Police Department is located at 444 South Huey Avenue, Tarpon Springs, 34689 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Mark LeCouris. The Tarpon Springs Police Department phone number is (727) 937-6151.

Tarpon Springs Police Department News

Well today our lost kitten found its forever new home with its new owner. Both appear to be enjoying the moment and looking forward to their new journey.

*********UPDATE********* The owner of our little lost friend has been located. Thank you to all who helped.!

Congratulations to TSPD's newest Corporals, John Gibson and Scott MacIsaac. Family, friends, and TSPD members gathered this morning for the promotion ceremony and to offer their congratuations. Thank you also to Acting Mayor, Rea Sieber, who was able to join us to extend her well wishes. The outpouring of support for our two new Corporals was terrific. Congratulations again to John and Scott, and a thank you to everyone who was able to attend!

On 5/31/18 @ approximately 1300hrs, a small white terrier was found in the 500 blk of W Athens St. wandering the sidewalk area near the coffee shops and bakeries. The dog was well groomed and had a purple collar w/o tags. If you know who the dog belongs to please contact the Tarpon Springs Police Department at 727-938-2849.

TODAY WE HONOR AND REMEMBER ALL THOSE SERVICE MEN & WOMEN WHO SACRIFICED AND GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR OUR FREEDOM TODAY. THANK YOU

The Memorial Day ceremony and barbeque scheduled for 11 am this morning at Craig Park has been cancelled due to predicted rain.

TSPD welcomes three new officers today! Chief Kochen presided over the swearing in ceremony this morning for Officers Matthew Schell, Sabrina Mathews, and Stephen Gibson. We all look forward to working with them and wish them a bright and successful career at TSPD!

The water flow in the line has been brought under control and repairs are underway. Crews will work through the night to complete the repair. It is anticipated that water pressure will be restored to usable level by morning with weather cooperation. Pressure will be lower than normal until the pipe restraint is cured to full strength. The boil water notice will remain in effect until testing shows all is clear, at least 2 more days.

A Cat’s Tale… It all began on a typical hot and humid Thursday in Tarpon Springs… When Officer Damien Schmidt came to the rescue of a 4-week-old kitten that had managed to lodge itself in the engine compartment of a jeep. Its woeful cries coming from beneath the vehicle prompted a call to the police department who then quickly dispatched Officer Schmidt to lend a helping hand. Exhibiting his own catlike dexterity, Officer Schmidt crawled beneath the jeep and prodded the frightened kitten to where he could retrieve it unharmed. Today, the kitten rests comfortably in Officer Schmidt’s home… temporarily he says… until a forever home can be found.

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We would like to extend our deepest appreciation to everyone that attended and participated in last evening's Police Memorial Ceremony. Thank you for your support.

It is a bittersweet day for all of us here at Tarpon Springs PD as we say good-bye and best wishes to one of Tarpon’s most enduring and respected officers. After nearly 27 years of service, Corporal ClydeThornton is retiring today. We wish him the very best as he begins a new chapter in his life. Please read Cpl. Thornton’s open letter to the community.

Law Enforcement Memorial week.

Here’s one more photo from Sgt Mathis’ Award

Congratulations to Sergeant Taurean Mathis who was awarded the “ Liberty Bell Award” from the Clearwater Bar Association at their Annual Meeting at Safety Harbor Resort & Spa

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Highlands County Sheriff's Office and the families of Deputy William Gentry. We extend our deepest condolences to all of them.

******UPDATED EVENT***** This event date has changed to May 16th due to conflicting scheduled events. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Thank You

April 25th 2018 marked the 35th Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run. Sgt. Jeff Crawford, Detective Chris Lemmon, Officer Brittney Rose, and Firefighter (SWAT Medic) Faith Fuller, participated in this event to show support for the Special Olympics.