Isle Of Palms Police Department

  • Agency: Isle Of Palms Police Department
  • Address: 30 J C Long Blvd, Isle Of Palms, 29451 SC
  • Chief: Thomas E Buckhannon III (Chief of Police)
Phone: 843-886-6522
Fax: 843-886-6570

Isle Of Palms Police Department is located at 30 J C Long Blvd, Isle Of Palms, 29451 SC. The Chief of Police of the department is Thomas E Buckhannon III. The Isle Of Palms Police Department phone number is 843-886-6522.

Isle Of Palms Police Department News

Ptl Ayer and FTO Reynolds at the Halloween Carnival at the Rec Dept with K9 Bones giving out candy to the Trick or Treaters!

Isle of Palms Police Officers have requested to participate in raising awareness for men's health during the month of November. Our Dress Code policy has been amended for 30 days to allow the officers who donate to the Movember Foundation to grow beards during the month. Please help the officers raise awareness for men's health by donating to Movember Foundation.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Trooper Rebman and the SCHP.

The Request For Information has also be provided in Spanish. Please share so we can get information about this subjects identity. The Isle of Palms Police Department is requesting information on a subject that exposed himself to citizens while on the beach. He is described as a Hispanic male with dark hair and eyes, tanned complexion, wearing a blue, flat-billed Tampa Bay Rays baseball hat, grey shirt and white/grey/blue plaid shorts. He also has a tattoo circling his left bicep. If you have any information on this subject, please contact the Isle of Palms Police Department at 843-886-6522, Charleston County Dispatch at 843-743-7200 or email Detective Sergeant Baldrick at sbaldrick@iop.net You can also leave information anonymously with Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC (1-888-274-6372).

The Isle of Palms Police Department is requesting information on a subject that exposed himself to citizens while on the beach. He is described as a Hispanic male with dark hair and eyes, tanned complexion, wearing a blue, flat-billed Tampa Bay Rays baseball hat, grey shirt and white/grey/blue plaid shorts. He also has a tattoo circling his left bicep. If you have any information on this subject, please contact the Isle of Palms Police Department at 843-886-6522, Charleston County Dispatch at 843-743-7200 or email Detective Sergeant Baldrick at sbaldrick@iop.net You can also leave information anonymously with Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC (1-888-274-6372).

Contractors working on rebuilding the sand dunes/berms are relocating to the Beachwood West area this morning. Please be on the lookout for the Police Officers escorting these large pieces of equipment. #ioppd

Awesome job by all the officers that worked this morning for the IOP Connector Run, helping to keep everyone safe!

IOP Connector is now open to vehicular traffic. #iopconnectorrun

Runners and walkers heading to the top of the IOP Connector. Great job to everyone who participated. #iopconnectorrun

Turned out to be a beautiful morning for the IOP Connector Run!

The 2017 IOP Connector Run is Saturday, October 7. Remember that we will have some roads closed with detours and we will be working with Mt. Mount Pleasant Police Department to shut down the IOP Connector to all vehicle traffic at 7am. We never know exactly how long it will take all of the runners and walkers to complete the course, but we are hoping to re-open the IOP Connector to cars around 10am. Plan your morning accordingly. If you have to get to IOP during that time, you will need to travel via Sullivan's Island.

Thank you to everyone who came out for our Coffee With the A Cop event this morning! It's always great to see people we know and to meet new people that live on the island.

Coffee With A Cop still going strong. We will be here a little while longer. #coffeewithacop

Coffee With A Cop! What a great event this morning. #coffeewithacop

Nothing better than Coffee With A Cop at the IOP Marina Market. We'll be here for another 30 minutes, come on down. #coffeewithacop

Coffee With A Cop is underway until 9:30am, come on down to the IOP Marina Market. #coffeewithacop

Don't forget to come join us in the morning for Coffee With A Cop at the IOP Marina Market from 8am to 9:30am!

The City of Isle of Palms is participating in aiding Puerto Rico through a local group to provide donations. Please see the attachment for a list of pre-approved donation items that FEMA has coordinated to have flown over by the US Army Reserve. Please help those who were affected by the storm, just as we received so much help after Hurricane Hugo in 1989. Donations will be accepted through Friday, October 6, 2017 at IOP City Hall (M - F, 8am - 5pm), IOP Recreation Department (M - F, 8am - 5pm), and the IOP Public Safety Building - 2nd floor lobby (24/7). Thank you for your donations!

Coffee With A Cop is a national program where communities an Police meet for coffee and conversation. There are not speeches or agendas, just a chance to get to know each other better.

Contractors doing the sand scraping work are taking a break on Sunday. They will be Monday to continue working.

Contractors clearing debris from the storm and moving sand this beautiful Saturday morning. #iopsc

This morning as the tide is going out, the construction crew is getting equipment in place to begin moving sand from the area of 5th Avenue to the area between 3rd Avenue to Breach Inlet. Please stay away from the equipment in motion for your safety. We have an officer in the area that will instruct people to stay out of the work area for their safety. #iopsc

Construction on the beach continues this morning in the area between 2nd Ave to 5th Ave to move sand from the low tide area to rebuild the sand dunes damaged as a result of Hurricane Irma. Please stay away from the construction area as the equipment being used is very large and the operators cannot see you walking. We want everyone to be safe. There is still plenty of beach to enjoy. #iopsc

Sand scraping will be going on for several days. Again, we are asking the public to stay away from the construction area. The equipment operators cannot see you from where they are sitting. It is unsafe for people to be in the vicinity of the construction equipment.

Please stay out of the construction area on the beach where they are moving sand. This is for your safety.