Treasure Island Police Department

  • Agency: Treasure Island Police Department
  • Address: 180 108th Ave, Treasure Island, 33706 FL
  • Chief: Timothy J Casey (Chief of Police)

Treasure Island Police Department is located at 180 108th Ave, Treasure Island, 33706 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Timothy J Casey. The Treasure Island Police Department phone number is 727-547-4595.

Treasure Island Police Department News

REMINDER: Come out to Treasure Island this Friday evening for the annual Spooktacular and Fall Festival, and Saturday morning for the Wag-O-Ween Dog Costume Party! Check out the posters below.....

Join us for some family-friendly Halloween fun on Friday, October 26th from 6-9pm!

Members of the Treasure Island Police Department will be participating in the Walk Like MADD event tomorrow in St. Petersburg! Please visit the link for more information. Come out to support this great organization and cause!

Praying for all in the path of Hurricane Michael. Please keep everyone, including first responders, in your thoughts and prayers.

Our new patriotic patrol truck was on display this weekend at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) 2018 Conference in Orlando! It was a big hit! 👍

Thank you for all who came out for the 2018 National Night Out in Pinellas Park last night! It was a great night with great people!

We are proud to announce the new Treasure Island Police Department patrol truck! This fully-functioning patrol vehicle was unveiled today at the American Legion Post 153 in Treasure Island. This unique truck reflects our appreciation to our Veterans, in addition to the men and women currently serving in our Armed Forces!

Please join us!!

ANNOUNCEMENT! There is free parking at all city-owned paid parking lots until October 1st!

Join us next week at Caddy's (9000 West Gulf Blvd) for Coffee with a Cop! Spend time with your neighbors and Treasure Island Police Department officers for good coffee and good conversation! October 3rd from 9-11am

REMINDER: The Treasure Island Police Department will be participating in the annual National Night Out event, hosted by the Pinellas Park Police Department! Join us next week for a night of fun and community support! The event will be held on Tuesday October 2, 2018 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at Sacred Heart Church (4650 80th Ave North).

From the Florida Department of Health, here are some precautions to take when dealing with the effects of local red tide.

The Treasure Island Police Department will once again participate in the annual National Night Out event, hosted by the Pinellas Park Police Department! Join our department, as well as other Pinellas County police departments, on Tuesday October 2, 2018 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at Sacred Heart Church (4650 80th Ave North). Come on out for a night of fun and community support!

Have a safe and happy Labor Day!

Here’s the most current information from Pinellas County regarding red tide. Click the link:

Visit the below website for more information regarding red tide issues in the area.

The 2018 National "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" Campaign goes into effect across the country today (August 17th) and will run until September 3, 2018. One of the deadliest and most often committed, but preventable, of crimes is impaired driving. By joining forces with other law enforcement agencies across the state and country, the goal is to increase the effectiveness of the campaign while raising public awareness through paid, earned, and social media. Visit the below website for more information:

Please read the important notice from Pinellas County Utilities regarding routine maintenance of drinking water.

Check out the link below. It provides information on what to do when encountering a sea turtle. There are some good tips, as well as Do's and Don'ts!

Today is the first day of public school in Pinellas County! Please be safe when traveling the roadways today. Watch out for pedestrians and school buses.

Here are some Crosswalk Safety tips from the Florida Department of Transportation. Please take some time to read and discuss with your family and friends, especially those from out of town. Visit alerttodayflorida.com for more information.

Did you know that the law requires you to "Move Over" one lane, when you can safely do so, for stopped law enforcement and emergency vehicles? If you can't move over or when on a two-lane road, you must slow down to a speed that is 20 mph less than the posted speed limit. Please help keep our first responders safe out there!