Gulf Breeze Police Department

  • Agency: Gulf Breeze Police Department
  • Address: 311 Fairpoint Dr., Gulf Breeze, 32561 FL
  • Chief: Peter Paulding (Chief of Police)
Phone: (850) 934 - 4050
Fax: (850) 934 - 5127

Gulf Breeze Police Department is located at 311 Fairpoint Dr., Gulf Breeze, 32561 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Peter Paulding. The Gulf Breeze Police Department phone number is (850) 934 - 4050.

Gulf Breeze Police Department News

FOUND - 3 sets of keys. Apparently lost by a Gator fan. To claim your key(s), please bring your vehicle by the police station during normal business hours so we can match them up to their respective key set. The keys were found at North Sunset Blvd. at Fairpoint Drive about 3 weeks ago.

Gulf Breeze PD officers joined Pensacola PD officers yesterday to celebrate with Tyler, also known as the "Donut Boy", as he wanted to thank all the officers for their service and dedication by handing out over 400 donuts! The Harlem Globetrotters were also present to show off some skills. A big THANK YOU Tyler for your support to law enforcement!

The Gulf Breeze Police Department wants to make sure everyone has a safe and Happy Halloween

Please join FWC and the Gulf Breeze Police Department for information regarding bears on Tuesday October 16, 2018 from 11:30a to 1:00p.

There are currently no donation dropoff locations in Gulf Breeze. Please contact the Red Cross or FEMA for more information on donation dropoff centers. Thank you for your willingness to help.

The Gulf Breeze Police Department has teamed up with the Pensacola Police Department to deploy to Panama City to help with hurricane recovery efforts.

Navarre Beach Bridge and Garcon Point Bridge are closed due to wind conditions at this time.

Shoreline Park South is closed to vehicular traffic at this time.

If you have any information about these incidents and/or suspects please contact the Gulf Breeze Police Department or Crimestoppers!

If you have any information about these incidents and/or suspects please contact the Gulf Breeze Police Department or Crimestoppers!

Pete Moore Chevrolet donated a Chevy Impala to the City of Gulf Breeze Police Department for use in the Gulf Breeze Elementary School’s D.A.R.E. program on September, 5, 2018. Lauren Moore Cutter and Ben Myers presented the vehicle at the Gulf Breeze City Hall. The D.A.R.E. vehicle will be driven by School Resource D.A.R.E. Officers to visit elementary school students and teach critical decision making skills for safe and healthy living. A big THANK YOU to Pete Moore Chevrolet!

Please see attached BOLO - attempt to identify and if you have any information about this individual please contact Crimestoppers or the Gulf Breeze Police Department.

Be advised, bear actively roaming Gulf Breeze proper neighborhoods. Secure all trashcans, do not feed, and do not approach. Refer to FWCC website for additional information on scaring bears

Please see attached BOLO and contact Crimestoppers or the Gulf Breeze Police Department if you have any information on the pictured female suspect.

Please be careful getting home from the show. Please, no drinking and driving.

Thank you to the Blue Angels for another wonderful show.

Traffic is heavy going to the beach for the Blue Angels. Please pack your patience.....🙂🙂🙂

The City of Gulf Breeze has been experiencing an increase in bear sightings. The bears seem to going after food and garbage in outside trash bins. The below tips from Florida Fish and Wildlife provide information on properly securing trash and garbage. For more information visit myfwc.com/bear.

Hello Escambia and Santa Rosa County Officials, TIP is in the process of recruiting residents into the August Volunteer Training Academy...see flyer for more information if interested.

The Gulf Breeze Police Department would like to remind everyone to lock your vehicles and to not leave any personal items inside!! The crime spree "Felony Lane" has been very active again in the community along Hwy 98 reaching all the down to Panama City Beach. This crew travels business and residential areas looking for vehicles containing personal items. The crew then smashes out the window and takes the personal items including firearms, purses, electronics etc. The crew then uses rental cars often driven by females (sometimes wearing wigs) to travel to multiple banks and attempt to cash checks or withdraw money using the stolen personal items (Debit card, FL ID, checks etc.). The female driving will attempt to disguise themselves to match the picture on the stolen ID. In addition, this crew also will target vehicles to steal auto license plates to switch out with the rental vehicle in an attempt to avoid identification. The tag obtained will often come back to another vehicle not associated with the rental car. Often this crew is successful in obtaining thousands of dollars in cash before a bank alerts law enforcement. If you see suspicious activity please contact the Gulf Breeze Police Department or the local sheriff's department in your area. And remember to ALWAYS LOCK YOUR VEHICLE AND LEAVE NO BELONGINGS BEHIND!!!

https://www.pnj.com/story/news/crime/2018/06/07/ppd-carjacking-suspects-may-headed-back-pensacola-after-week-long-crime-spree/682342002/

https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2018-05-26-subtropical-tropical-storm-alberto-forecast-gulf