Eustis Police Department
- Agency: Eustis Police Department
- Address: 51 East Norton Avenue, Eustis, 32726 FL
- Chief: Fred A M Cobb (Chief of Police)
Eustis Police Department is located at 51 East Norton Avenue, Eustis, 32726 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Fred A M Cobb. The Eustis Police Department phone number is 352-357-4121.
Eustis Police Department News
Thank you Eustis for your continued support ! Here are some photos from this past Sunday's Support for Law Enforcement Service and Blue Light Initiative held at the First Presbyterian Church of Eustis.
Eustis Police Department Announcement regarding traffic control / temporary road closures for the 2015 Eustis High School Homecoming Parade this Thursday October 1, 2015 at 5pm
The Eustis Police Department supports "Operation Blue Light" Place a blue light bulb somewhere outside your home or business and display your support for Law Enforcement. Some people are replacing their standard porch light bulbs with a blue light bulb for the remainder of the month.
More pics of the "Support for Law Enforcement" Walk
Photos from this past Saturday September 12, 2015 Supporting Law Enforcement was the theme, beginning with a 3/4 walk in Tavares hosted by the Lake County Sheriff's Office. Over 300 people attended the march, followed by a group prayer led by pastors from local churches in front of our station. What a day of great turnouts and awesome events for all first responders. The Eustis Police Department greatly appreciates the love and out pouring support from our community !!! THANK YOU
Below is the initial proclamation issued by President George Bush. On this first observance of Patriot Day, we remember and honor those who perished in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. We will not forget the events of that terrible morning nor will we forget how Americans responded in New York City, at the Pentagon, and in the skies over Pennsylvania -- with heroism and selflessness; with compassion and courage; and with prayer and hope. We will always remember our collective obligation to ensure that justice is done, that freedom prevails, and that the principles upon which our Nation was founded endure. Inspired by the heroic sacrifices of our firefighters, rescue and law enforcement personnel, military service members, and other citizens, our Nation found unity, focus, and strength. We found healing in the national outpouring of compassion for those lost, as tens of millions of Americans participated in moments of silence, candlelight vigils, and religious services. From the tragedy of September 11 emerged a stronger Nation, renewed by a spirit of national pride and a true love of country. We are a people dedicated to the triumph of freedom and democracy over evil and tyranny. The heroic stories of the first responders who gave their all to save others strengthened our resolve. And our Armed Forces have pursued the war against terrorism in Afghanistan and else-where with valor and skill. Together with our coalition partners, they have achieved success. Americans also have fought back against terror by choosing to overcome evil with good. By loving their neighbors as they would like to be loved, countless citizens have answered the call to help others. They have contributed to relief efforts, improved homeland security in their communities, and volunteered their time to aid those in need. This spirit of service continues to grow as thousands have joined the newly established USA Freedom Corps, committing themselves to changing America one heart at a time through the momentum of millions of acts of decency and kindness. Those whom we lost last September 11 will forever hold a cherished place in our hearts and in the history of our Nation. As we mark the first anniversary of that tragic day, we remember their sacrifice; and we commit ourselves to honoring their memory by pursuing peace and justice in the world and security at home. By a joint resolution approved December 18, 2001 (Public Law 107-89), the Congress has authorized and requested the President to designate September 11 of each year as "Patriot Day." NOW, THEREFORE, I, GEORGE W. BUSH, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim September 11, 2002, as Patriot Day. I call upon the people of the United States to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities, including remembrance services and candlelight vigils. I also call upon the Governors of the United States and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, as well as appropriate officials of all units of government, to direct that the flag be flown at half-staff on Patriot Day. Further, I encourage all Americans to display the flag at half-staff from their homes on that day and to observe a moment of silence beginning at 8:46 a.m. eastern daylight time, or another appropriate commemorative time, to honor the innocent victims who lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this fourth day of September, in the year of our Lord two thousand two, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and twenty-seventh. GEORGE W. BUSH
No one is ever lost forever and as long as you continue to work to be a better version of yourself than you were yesterday, things will work out eventually. JD Boyd Raleigh Police Department # EustisPolice
Today's Eustis Police Department trading card is of Sergeant Kenneth Toler. Sergeant Toler is currently assigned to the Patrol Division.
See ya'll at the street party if we're not under water !
August 21, there will be a special emphasis on drunk-driving enforcement. Local drivers should expect to see more patrol vehicles, DUI checkpoints, and increased messaging about this reckless, preventable crime. “The number of people who are still drinking and driving is unacceptable,” added Chief Calhoun. “Yes, we want to increase awareness for the campaign, but we want the effects to be permanent.”
The Eustis Police Department would like to remind parents and all drivers, Lake County students are back in school on Monday August 24th. We all need to be vigilant of our children walking to and from school. Watch your speed during school zone hours. Remember, IF YOU DON'T, WE CERTAINLY WILL Some tips for parents are; • Driver slow through school zones • Children wear bicycle helmets when riding bikes • Children be cautious of strangers and do not approach vehicles • Bike riders, walk your bike through a cross walk The Eustis Police Department will also like to remind parents to report ANY and ALL suspicious activity, person(s) or vehicles. Let's make the 2015-2016 school year a great and safe one. Thank You !