Orlando Police Department

  • Agency: Orlando Police Department
  • Address: 100 South Hughey Avenue, Orlando, 32802-0913 FL
  • Chief: Paul Rooney (Chief of Police)
Phone: 407-246-2401
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Orlando Police Department is located at 100 South Hughey Avenue, Orlando, 32802-0913 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Paul Rooney. The Orlando Police Department phone number is 407-246-2401.

Orlando Police Department News

As we head into the Veterans Day holiday this weekend, we wanted to once again share this video of OPD Officer Michael Denton, who was awarded the Silver Star after a deadly battle in Afghanistan in 2008. Watch the entire video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLS2ldtEbUs&t=9s

So great for Officer Emily Moore to get this recognition as a University of Central Florida Alumna! We are very proud of the heroics she, and Officer Danielle Torres showed that day when they rescued an autistic 7-year-old from drowning.

Chief Orlando Rolon and Giorgina Rolon with US Rep Darren Soto And Jorge Estevez WFTV at the Equality Florida Greater Orlando Gala.

Monday was a special day for Chief Orlando Rolón and his family. After 25 years with the department, he was sworn in as OPD's 39th Chief of Police.

Happy Halloween! We want to make sure your little goblins stay safe while trick or treating. OPD and Orlando Fire Department have put together this list of easy to follow Halloween safety tips: http://www.cityoforlando.net/blog/20-spooktacular-safety-tips/

Sgt. Ward, Investigator Goins and Officer Zayas all participated in the U.S. Marine Corps Marathon this past weekend. Congratulations on this amazing accomplishment! What a great way to represent OPD!

We love Halloween, but we also want to make sure your little goblins stay safe while trick or treating. OPD and Orlando Fire Department have put together this list of easy to follow Halloween safety tips: http://www.cityoforlando.net/blog/20-spooktacular-safety-tips/

The 39th Chief of the Orlando Police Department: Chief Orlando Rolón.

During today’s Change of Command Ceremony, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer recognized Chief Mina for his 27 years of service to the City of Orlando, including four as Chief.

Today is the Change of Command Ceremony. Motorcade of incoming Chief Orlando Rolon and outgoing Chief John Mina leaves OPD Headquarters.

OPD Officer Brent Fellows worked on an initiative that has raised over $6,500 for the the family of our Officer Kevin Valencia. Officer Fellows presented Meghan Valencia this plaque this morning. He also had challenge coins made. If you can help: https://www.gofundme.com/ofc-kevin-valencia-wounded-hero

Today is Chief John Mina’s last day at OPD Headquarters. Thank you, Chief, for your 28 years of service to the City Beautiful!

Watch LIVE as Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and the Orlando Police Department host the time-honored Change of Command Ceremony. The ceremony transitions the department's leadership responsibility from Chief John Mina to Chief Orlando Rolón.

When #HurricaneMichael hit, First Responders in the Panhandle went to work, even though their homes were damaged or destroyed. Through the generosity of First Baptist Orlando and Bay County Sheriff's Office one OPD Officer was able to help repair First Responder roofs so they could work. #ActsOfKindness

‪Our OPD contingent returned today from #HurricaneMichael relief duty in the Panhandle. Welcome back! And thank you for helping our neighbors to the north! ‬

Part of our OPD contingent on its last day helping patrol in the City of Wewahitchka. Honored to be helping our fellow Floridians as they recover from #HurricaneMichael2018

We are so proud of our partnership with Harbor House of Central Florida. We are confident it saves lives. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awjxjfEY8XU

Our first group of officers returned from the Panhandle today after spending a week assisting with Hurricane Michael recovery efforts. They were welcomed back by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, who thanked them for helping our fellow Floridians in need.

TODAY: Turn in that unwanted gun and get a $50 gift card! Join OPD for Kicks 4 Guns at at Camping World Stadium Oct 16 from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. No questions asked. No ID required.

Turn in that unwanted gun and get a $50 gift card! Join OPD for Kicks 4 Guns at at Camping World Stadium on Oct. 16. No questions asked. No ID required.

Our Dueling Dragons of Orlando competing in the Orlando International Dragon Boat festival today. OPD’s Dueling Dragons 🐉 pairs cops and teens, working together toward a common goal. It’s one of the mentoring programs we are most proud of.

Our Dueling Dragons of Orlando competing in the Orlando International Dragon Boat festival today. OPD’s Dueling Dragons 🐉 pairs cops and teens, working together toward a common goal. It’s one of the mentoring programs we are most proud of.

Turn in that unwanted gun and get a $50 gift card! Join OPD for Kicks 4 Guns at at Camping World Stadium on Oct. 16. No questions asked. No ID required.

This morning Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer appointed Orlando Rolon as our next Chief. Following the announcement, Chief Rolon shared how proud he is to lead OPD and how he wants the department to continue focusing on building relationships with residents.