Coral Springs Police Department

  • Agency: Coral Springs Police Department
  • Address: 2801 Coral Springs Dr, Coral Springs, 33065 FL
  • Chief: Tony Pustizzi (Chief of Police)

Coral Springs Police Department is located at 2801 Coral Springs Dr, Coral Springs, 33065 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Tony Pustizzi. The Coral Springs Police Department phone number is 954-344-1800.

Coral Springs Police Department News

There is a video that is circulating showing CSPD officers arresting a 14-year old female at the Coral Square Mall on October 18, 2018. As with all social media posts, it shows only the end of the story, not the incident in its entirety which led up to the arrest. Officers were called to the mall by security about unruly teens, who had been harassing patrons and causing a disturbance. Upon meeting with security, an officer was stopped by a mother, who indicated her 5-year old child was shoved to the ground by one of the teens. In addition, mall security indicated one of the female teens (arrested) was seen striking another teen patron. Security asked that CSPD officers issue a trespass warning and bar the teens from the mall, which they did. Prior to leaving the mall, officers received another call regarding a separate incident. At that time the teens who had been barred had returned to the mall. One of the male teens was taken into custody without incident. As a result, the female teen seen in the video, began cursing, attempting to incite the other teens. Officers attempted to take her into custody, at which time she began to fight and resist arrest. Due to her stature and aggressive behavior, officers took her to the ground attempting to get her to release her fists. As seen in the video she resisted arrest, and in order to have her to comply she was struck in the side to release her clenched fists - she was then handcuffed. After she was handcuffed, and officers attempted to place her in the patrol car, she violently kicked one of the officers. She was transported to the police department, identified and transported to JAC. The Coral Springs Police Department believes in transparency. It is important for people to have all of the facts before rushing to judgment of an officer’s actions when faced with calls for service involving violent suspects - regardless of their age or gender.

On October 12th, Dominic Elvir was arrested for stealing over $800 of perfume from a kiosk in the Coral Square Mall. Elvir, who was found to work in a neighboring kiosk in the mall matched the individual recorded on surveillance video unlawfully removing the items from the cabinets. Due to the cooperation of the kiosk owner, other employees of the mall, and the dedication of CSPD Officers, Dominic Elvir was arrested and subsequently charged with burglary and grand theft. #CSPDCatch Let this be a reminder to criminals – We work with our community to fight crime. Stay out of our city. #NotInCoralSprings #MakeACallMakeADifference

The Team South Florida, a Non-Profit Law Enforcement Charity and local partners will be transporting donations up to the Florida Panhandle early Saturday morning! You can help by dropping off donations today and tomorrow until 10:3am at the Target located on Westview and University Drive. 🙏 Supplies being requested are ready to eat food, snacks, drinks, water, towels, t-shirts and pants of all sizes, baby food, diapers, board games for children not requiring batteries, plastic utensils and paper plates, and toiletries. SHARE WITH FRIENDS! ANY help is greatly appreciated! Thank you!

Happening now! It's the CSPD Ask Me Anything About Traffic!

Don't let it happen to you. Hide your valuables, remove your fob, and lock your doors! It's the #9PMROUTINE #MakeACallMakeADifference

Log in to Facebook tomorrow from 1 p.m. - 2 p.m. for the CSPD Ask Me Anything About Traffic series!

Deputy Chief Shawn Backer and Vice Mayor Lou Cimaglia celebrating National School Lunch Week at Riverside Elementary! National School Lunch Week recognizes the U.S. National School Lunch Program a federally funded program that provides low-cost or free lunches to children every school day.

Last week, the community came out to join CSPD at the Coral Springs Fraternal Order of Police Lodge-87 2018 Breast Cancer Awareness Fundraiser hosted by Chili's Grill and Bar that donated 20% of its revenue during the event to the The Lisa Boccard Breast Cancer Fund. We're always proud to stand with our community in the fight for a cure.

Coming up this Wednesday, October 17th from 1 to 2 p.m. it's the CSPD Ask Me Anything About Traffic!

The Coral Springs Police Traffic Unit will be conducting a CarFit this coming Wednesday October 17th from 0930-1130 at the Coral Springs Gymnasium. This is an excellent opportunity for senior drivers to have their car evaluated and ensure that they are following safe habits when driving around the community.

We're excited to recognize the businesses and family that make programs like our Summer Break Spot a huge success! https://us4.campaign-archive.com/?u=78bea952547405179fa7fafda&id=e5556d7698

The weekend is almost over. Before you turn in for the night, check your car! It's the #9PMROUTINE

Pedestrian Safety is very important. Please follow the safety tips outlined in this video so that we all can be part of Florida's "Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow" campaign.

CSPD is going pink in support of the fight against Breast Cancer!

Don't let it happen to you. Hide your valuables, remove your fob, and lock your doors! It's the #9PMROUTINE #MakeACallMakeADifference

Hurricane Michael has wreaked havoc on our fellow Floridians in the Panhandle. We understand from national reports there has been extensive wind and water damage as a result of the powerful storm. We know from experience, it will take a very long time for those who live in the affected areas to fully recover. Coral Springs residents are swift to respond to those in need. We have provided a link through our Emergency Management Office, which provides you with the best mechanisms to effectively assist in the response through volunteerism and donations. As we mentioned earlier today, several of our Fire Department personnel have already been deployed to assist in the response. https://www.volunteerflorida.org/

CSPD is thinking of Panhandle residents, surrounding areas, and first responders as they brace for Hurricane Michael. We know they already have some of the best people ready to assist as our brothers and sisters from Coral Springs Fire Department are part of the U.S. Search and Rescue Deployment Team. May everyone stay safe and all first responders return home swiftly to their loved ones.

Congratulations to Riverside Elementary School's International Walk to School Day raffle winner and thank you to Broward Safe Kids for donating the prize!

So much fun with the kids and families on International Walk to School Day!

Congratulations to 5th grader, Bryce Gregory at Country Hills Elementary School for winning the prize donated by Broward Safe Kids!

It's International Walk to School Day! Thank you to Memorial Healthcare System for sponsoring this event and to the children and families participating!

Sgt. Ebony Winn loves animals (yes in a baby carrier) and supporting the fight against breast cancer. She was sporting her new "pink" CSPD badge while working the City's Artoberfest. #pinktober

Get out those file boxes! The Coral Springs Shredathon is coming up on October 13th! The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at 2575 Sportsplex Drive in Coral Springs.

Got prescription medications? We'll take them! The CSPD Drug Take Back event in partnership with the DEA and Broward Health Coral Springs is Saturday, October 27th!

Get out those file boxes! The Coral Springs Shredathon is coming up on October 13th! The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at 2575 Sportsplex Drive in Coral Springs.