Fort Pierce Police Department

  • Agency: Fort Pierce Police Department
  • Address: 920 US-1, Fort Pierce, 34950 FL
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Phone: 772-461-3820
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Fort Pierce Police Department is located at 920 US-1, Fort Pierce, 34950 FL. The Fort Pierce Police Department phone number is 772-461-3820.

Fort Pierce Police Department News

Here are some photos from tonight's Trunk-or-Treat downtown at the waterfront. What a beautiful night in a great city with great people. You made it great for us, thanks. Thanks. #ILoveFortPierce

Here are some photos from tonight's Trunk-or-Treat at 13th Street and Avenue M. It was our largest turnout of the four locations. Thanks for coming out, we were "Honored to Serve" our great community, and we loved all the great costumes. #ILoveFortPierce

Fire extinguishers, rain coats and traffic cones are just a few things found in the trunk of a police car on any given day. But today, candy and Halloween decorations fill the trunks for our 1st ever Halloween Trunk or Treat event. Officers are handing out candy and smiles to trick-or-treaters all evening. Even our Police K9, Lotto, is in costume for the festivities and he’s happily greeting everyone. We’re at Maravilla Park on Maple Ave. and Oleander Blvd. until about 6:30. Then we head to 13th Street and Avenue M at 7 p.m., and to Marina Square downtown at 8 p.m. Hope to see you there! #ILoveFortPierce

Current Chief, future Chief! We are having fun tonight at FPPD Trunk or Treat! #ILoveFortPierce

Come see us! FPPD officers are stopping at four locations tonight with decorated police cars to give out candy to Trick-or-Treaters. The decorations are appropriate for any age. Each stop will be for a brief time period, so try not to get there late. They will stop at each location for about half an hour, then on to the next spot. FOUR LOCATIONS: • 4:00 to 4:30 p.m. at First Step Park (31st St & Ave G) • 5:00 to 5:30 p.m. at Maravilla Park (Oleander Blvd & Maple Ave) • 7:00 to 7:30 p.m. at 13th Street & Avenue M • 8:00 to 8:30 p.m. at Marina Square (Avenue A & Melody Lane) We can't wait to see all the great Halloween costumes and meet all the fun people at each stop.

Need a little help with Thanksgiving dinner? Or would you like to help others at this important time of year? Here a some resources FPPD is supporting for our community that we are so thankful to serve.

Alright community friends, we need a little help here. Back in the beginning of the year, Officer Spotts took a selfie with this awesome and happy family. This picture was well liked by many who saw the picture on Facebook. We at the Police Department would like to enter this picture into a community policing photo contest but we need to seek the family's approval. Therefore, if anybody knows this family, please could you notify us via a Facebook PRIVATE message. (Please do not place the family's details on the comments section). Many thanks for the help.

Looking for a place for some Halloween Trick or Treat fun? FPPD patrol officers will stop at four locations Tuesday with decorated police cars to give out candy! They will stop at each location for about half an hour, then on to the next spot. We can't wait to see all the great costumes! #ILoveFortPierce

Because of his diligent work solving homicides and his effectiveness with technology, Fort Pierce Police Detective Sam Cooper was named Officer of the Year for 2017 at the 33rd Annual St Lucie County Chamber of Commerce Business & Industry Award Banquet Wednesday at Treasure Coast Lexus. You can read a little more about him here: bit.ly/2i6tj2V Congratulations Detective Cooper! #ILoveFortPierce

Thank you for coming out this morning to join us at Coffee with a Cop. We met lots of very nice people. Thank you McDonald's for giving us a great opportunity to chat with the amazing people of Fort Pierce. #ILoveFortPierce McDonald's

It's a rainy day, but we're still getting some weekly fun time with our Courageous Kids under the shelter at First Step Park on 31st Street & Avenue G. #ILoveFortPierce

Chief Diane Hobley-Burney is at the International Association of Chiefs of Police convention this week talking about the Fort Pierce Police Department's use of holster-activated body worn cameras. FPPD is the first department in the U.S. to use the holster activated system, which is getting attention of law enforcement agencies nationwide. #IACP2017 Safariland Safariland VIEVU Evidence Management & Body Worn Camera System Microsoft Motorola

Come join us at Coffee with a Cop this Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at McDonald's on Delaware Avenue and grab some good coffee and great conversations with your local Police. This great event is hosted by McDonald's and is a great time to meet your local Police Officers and get to know them.

Our new holster-activated body cams are cutting edge in law enforcement. Chief Diane Hobley-Burney is at #IACP2017 explaining why we use them. #ILoveFortPierce

Recognize these two? it's Shaquille O' Neal and Fort Pierce Police Chief Diane Hobley-Burney! They met in Philadelphia at the International Association of Chiefs of Police convention. The Chief is there this week talking about good things happening at FPPD and hearing successful ideas from her colleagues nationwide. And the Shaq? Well, he is trained as a police officer so he knows something about the business. He's there encouraging chiefs to make the best decisions for their communities and reminding them of the importance of their work. #IACP #IACP2017 #ILoveFortPierce

UPDATE: Sunday, Oct. 22 (2:20 p.m): 12-year-old Veenya Casimer has been found safe. Thank you to all who helped circulate our post, you are greatly appreciated. Saturday, Oct. 21 (11 p.m.): Looking for missing 12-year-old girl: Veenya Casimir left home to an unknown location. Last seen Friday about 5 p m. She is 5 foot 6. Lives on 7th Street in Fort Pierce. If you've seen her or know where we might find her, please call 9-1-1.

Congratulations to our newest officers, Alejandra Rodriguez, Casey Miklosh and Edward Black, who were sworn in recently by Chief Diane Hobley-Burney. They have chosen a department with a promising future and they are a welcome addition to our team. #ILoveFortPierce

Free workshops: Here's a good way to get some new ideas about how to be the parent your child needs. Begins Wednesday.

It was a hot and spicy mess, but the Fort Pierce Police Department narrowly beat the St. Lucie County Fire District by one chicken wing at the hot wings speed eating contest this past weekend. The important part was not about winning or losing but rather the camaraderie and fun we had while raising money for Breast Cancer Awareness. Many thanks to Hurricane Grill & Wings for hosting this event.

Fort Pierce police officers are wearing purple and pink ribbons for Domestic Violence Month & Breast Cancer Awareness Month (both October). We are bringing awareness to both these tragic problems in the hope of one day eradicating both. We are with you National Breast Cancer Foundation and Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence #BreastHealth #EndDV

Fort Pierce police officers and detectives captured a man Thursday afternoon after he robbed a convenience store by attacking the clerk with an expandable electric baton. Read more: http://bit.ly/2z3iXrn

UPDATE 3 p.m. Evacuation lifted, Selvitz Road now open to all traffic. Safe to return.

Congratulations to Officers Fary Feliu and Joselito Simon, and to Accreditation Manager Akeem Johnson. They were named FPPD Officers and Employee of the Month for September and were recognized by Chief Diane Hobley-Burney Tuesday morning at the St Lucie County Chamber of Commerce breakfast at Gator Trace Golf & Country Club. Thank you Goodfella's Pest Management Inc. and Aztec Graphix for your continued support. #ILoveFortPierce

Check out K9 Lotto in his dapper new protective vest! Thank you to everyone who donated money for it, and thank you Fort Pierce Yacht Club Commander Gayle Lindstrom for making it happen. #ILoveFortPierce