Lawtey Police Department

  • Agency: Lawtey Police Department
  • Address: P.O. Drawer G, Lawtey, 32058 FL
  • Chief: M M "Butch" Jordan (Chief of Police)
Phone: (904) 782-3751
Fax:

Lawtey Police Department is located at P.O. Drawer G, Lawtey, 32058 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is M M "Butch" Jordan. The Lawtey Police Department phone number is (904) 782-3751.

Lawtey Police Department News

Don’t forget about tonight; Come out and see your candidates!!! Don’t worry about cooking because the Lawtey Volunteer Fire Department has chicken & rice dinners for sale. You Matter

Sergeant Gillick, K9 Erin, Corporal Shoup, & K9 Grimm gave a presentation at the Lawtey Elementary Fall Festival. You Matter

Sergeant Gillick, K9 Erin, Corporal Shoup, & K9 Grimm gave a presentation at the Lawtey Elementary Fall Festival. You Matter

Don’t forget, next Tuesday is the forum and chicken & rice dinners for a small donation to the fire department!!! You Matter

The Bradford County Emergency Management Team is working hard to keep you informed. The information they send out comes directly from the professionals at the National Hurricane Center; not from any 3rd party, social media, or news outlet. You Matter

Have you seen Bodog? His family misses him and wants him to come home.

Say hello to the 2018/2019 Kiwanis of Starke president!!! Congratulations Chief Bennett on your appointment!!! “I’m Honored to be inducted as the 2018/19 Kiwanis of Starke president, I look forward to a good year of community service!”- Chief Shane Bennett You Matter

We hope to have a safe and enjoyable Labor Day weekend. Please drink responsibly and be nice to each other. You Matter

Now you have the first day of school behind you; we would like to remind you of the following School Bus & School Zone Safety: • All drivers moving in either direction on a two-way street must stop for a school bus displaying a stop signal and must remain stopped until the road is clear of children AND the school bus stop arm is withdrawn. • On a highway divided by a paved median, all drivers moving in either direction must stop for a school bus displaying a stop signal and must remain stopped until the road is clear of children AND the school bus stop arm is withdrawn. • On a highway divided by a raised barrier or an unpaved median at least five feet wide, drivers moving in the opposite direction do not have to stop for the bus. Painted lines or pavement markings are not considered barriers. However, motorists should slow down and watch for students loading or unloading from the bus. • Failure to stop for a school bus comes with a minimum fine of $165 and three points on your driver license. If you pass on the side where children enter and exit, you will receive a minimum fine of $265. • Be alert and watch for children especially near schools, bus stops, school buses and in school parking lots. • Children on bicycles can be unpredictable and can make sudden changes in direction. Be especially careful when children are present in school zones and residential areas. • Pay extra attention to the lower speed limits in school zones. • Watch for and obey signals from school crossing guards. • Only drive or park in authorized areas to drop o or pick up children at school. You Matter

Sending a big THANK YOU to a local family that donated this corner shelf for our plaques!!! You Matter

Have you or someone you know been a victim of a scam or identity theft? The Federal Trade Commission can help; you can find informatoin on scams going around, report a scam, report identity theft, and obtain a plan to help you recover from identity theft. Go to www.ftc.gov for more information. You Matter