Lighthouse Point Police Department

  • Agency: Lighthouse Point Police Department
  • Address: 3701 NE 22nd Avenue, Lighthouse Point, 33064 FL
  • Chief: Ross Licata (Chief of Police)
Phone: 954-942-8080
Fax: 954-784-3412

Lighthouse Point Police Department is located at 3701 NE 22nd Avenue, Lighthouse Point, 33064 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Ross Licata. The Lighthouse Point Police Department phone number is 954-942-8080.

Lighthouse Point Police Department News

On Saturday October 27, 2018 the Lighthouse Point Police Department is participating in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications. Location: Lighthouse Point Police Department 3701 NE 22 Ave Lighthouse Point, FL 33064 When: 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Restrictions: The DEA cannot accept liquids, needles or sharps, only pills or patches.

The Lighthouse Point Police Department is pleased to welcome the most recent additions to our Police Family. Joe Luzenko and Robert Keating were sworn in today by Mayor Glenn Troast and had their badges pinned on by Police Chief Ross Licata. Both of our new officers come with years of Law enforcement experience.Congratulations gentlemen and welcome to the Lighthouse Point Police Department.

On October 07, 2018 at approximately 0100 hours several unlocked vehicles were burglarized in the area of 2100 NE 31 St. Surveillance video captured a white or Hispanic male wearing all black attempting to gain access into vehicles through unlocked doors. Please be mindful to lock your vehicles as it can prevent and deter crime in our city. Please watch the attached video and call the Police Department if you see or recognize the subject in the video.

The Lighthouse Point Police and Fire Departments are proud to partner with the Broward League of Women Voters in their efforts to help reduce instances of gun violence through education and by providing free gun locks to help secure the guns in the homes of our residents. The free gun locks are available at the Lighthouse Point Police Department or by calling our Community Policing Office at 954-784-3423 For More information please watch this Video. https://www.adcouncil.org/Our-Campaigns/Safety/Gun-Safety-End-Family-Fire

CITY OF LIGHTHOUSE POINT GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND - 2018 COMMUNITY OUTREACH EVENT On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, City residents will be asked to consider a bond referendum. Please join the Mayor, City Commissioners and City staff to answer questions related to the bond issue. Where: Dixon Ahl Hall, 2220 NE 38th Street When: Tuesday, October 9th at 5:30 p.m. AND Saturday, October 27th at 9:30 a.m.

Female dog found in the area of 3800 NE 22 Way. Please call us at (954)942-8080 if you know where she belongs.

Remembering our Heroes September 11, 2001

The Lighthouse Point Police Department is looking for community minded residents to volunteer for our Citizens Observer Patrol program. Volunteers act as additional eyes and ears on patrol, help with office duties, such as filing and computer entry, assist with community events like Lighthouse A Glow and Keeper Days as well as assist our marine patrol on routine patrols and special events. Applicants should have a valid Florida Drivers License, be at least 18 years of age and are subject to a background investigation. Interested parties may obtain an application at the front desk of the Police Department or by contacting our Community Policing Office at 954-784-3423.

We are hiring 👮🏻‍♀️

Female pooch found at Sample Road and Federal Highway. If anyone knows where she belongs please call the Lighthouse Point Police Department at (954) 942-8080.

Today after 47 years of exceptional Law Enforcement Service Officer Larry Hawkins has retired from the Lighthouse Point Police Department. Also present was former Cpl. Joe Tavares, who recently retired in February after 30 years of service. Tavares now serves as a School Resource Officer for the Coconut Creek Police Department. Congratulations gentlemen, enjoy your retirement!

Are you looking for an exciting and challenging career in Law Enforcement? The Lighthouse Point Police Department is hiring Florida Certified Police Officers. We are also interested in hiring non-certified applicants as academy recruits. Please visit our employment webpage at www.lhppd.com/employment to learn more about joining our organization.

This little guy was found around the 3300 block of NE 23 Ave. If you know where he belongs please call the station at 954-942-8080. Thank you.

2018 HURRICANE SEASON - BE READY! We want to take this opportunity to remind our residents that Hurricane season is upon us. If you haven’t already done so, this is a good time to evaluate your personal hurricane plan and begin preparations in anticipation of any storms that may affect our area. Here are some important things to keep in mind: • Review your home hurricane and flood insurance plans to make sure they are up to date. • Don’t wait until the last minute to begin trimming your trees and clearing vegetation from your yard. Do it now! • The same applies for the disposal of household bulk trash items. Please dispose of these items before the threat of a storm, or you risk not having bulk trash picked up in time. • After an emergency, you may need to survive on your own for several days. Being prepared means having your own food, water and other supplies to last for at least 72 hours. Now is a good time to stock up on non-perishable foods, water, batteries, first aid kit, prescription medications, cash, household chlorine bleach and medicine dropper to disinfect water, fire extinguisher, lighter/matches and paper products. • If you own a generator, now is a good time to make sure it is working properly. If you haven’t already done so, you should consider draining old gasoline, and changing the oil, fuel and air filters from last season. • Boat owners should have a plan in place on how they will secure or relocate their vessel. • Keep in mind that the City of Lighthouse Point is in a mandatory hurricane evacuation area for Category 3, 4 and 5 hurricanes. Depending on the severity of the storm, residents may be ordered to evacuate. The police department will provide residents with evacuation and re-entry instructions when applicable. You can find important information on evacuation procedures by visiting https://www.ready.gov/evacuating-yourself-and-your-family. • The sheltering of animals should also be considered if evacuation orders are issued in Lighthouse Point. Please keep in mind that there are a limited number of public shelters that allow animals. You should have a plan in place to shelter your animals in a location outside mandatory evacuation areas. • Encourage your Lighthouse Point family, friends and neighbors to sign up for our NIXLE emergency notification system. Through NIXLE, we will be providing important hurricane updates before, during and after storms that directly affects Lighthouse Point residents. For instructions on how to sign up using your email service, visit our website at www.lhppd.com, or text your zip code to 888777 from your mobile phone. To help you best prepare for the 2018 hurricane season, visit the National Hurricane Center website at https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/prepare/ready.php. BE SAFE!

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May 13th through May 19th is National Police week. A time when we all shoud take a moment to remember the Police Officers and their families across the country that have made the ultimate sacrafice while protecting the thin blue line between good and evil.

Remember that every night at 9 PM you should be checking to see that all valuables are removed from your vehicles as well as keys or key fobs and that the vehicles are locked. Make it a nightly routine.

A SEVERE WEATHER ALERT HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR COASTAL BROWARD COUNTY UNTIL 6;45 PM.