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Hialeah Gardens Police Department is located at 10301 N.W. 87th Avenue, Hialeah Gardens, 33016 FL. The Hialeah Gardens Police Department phone number is (305) 558-3333.
Have a safe Veteran's Day weekend. #thankyouveterans
Officer Romero captured on photo assisting a nice Hialeah Gardens resident. #policeservice #hialeahgardenspolice #communitypolicing #weloveourresidents
Join us in congratulating Officer Huerta for earning the Officer of the Quarter Award this quarter.
HGPD participating in the MPS (Hunter Syndrome) Superheroes Foundation kickball tournament. The proceeds raised by the organization go directly to gene therapy research, along with assisting families affected by the same disease. #MPSSUPERHEROES #MPSSUPERHEROE #MPSFOUNDATION #MPS
HGPD officer are attending De-Escalation Tactics training to better serve our community.
School Resource Officer Reyes creating memorable moments for our fine students.
Today's Active Shooter presentation for the wonderful staff at Hialeah Gardens Elementary given by SRO Valdes. #safeschools #hialeahgardenspolice #activeshootertraining
This weekend we were honored to participate in the Heroes Hangout, Childhood Cancer Awareness Police Car Initiative which showcased police vehicle from all over Miami-Dade wrapped and decorated in support of our little heroes during September National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
You may have seen us at Marlins Stadium Yesterday. September is the National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Therefore, this year we have decided to team up with and fully support the Mystic Force Foundation for Childhood Cancer. Sadly, Childhood Cancer continues to be the #1 disease killer of children in our country and the incidence of Childhood Cancer continues to rise. In support of our Littlest Heroes we will be raising awareness by participating in the Childhood Cancer Police Car Initiative. In essence, by participating in this initiative, we have placed GOLD Ribbons on several vehicles throughout the month of September to highlight our commitment in bringing awareness to this devastating disease. This will be the first time in our Nation's history that police departments join forces to show their support for our kids battling this devastating disease. #hialeahgardenspolice #Mysticforcefoundation #curechildcancer
On National Dog Day, Officers Menendez and Montano located a wandering dog that appeared lost. After a good run they were able to grab her and contact her owner. The owner advised that their dog, Stella Luna" had been missing since 6:30 A.M. Good job officers!! #nationaldogday #police #hialeahgardenspolice
Meet your School Resource Officers: On Monday, August 20, 2018, our students will be seeing some new faces walking through their hallways, a permanently assigned School Resource Officer (SRO). These officers have received extensive School Resource Officer Training, Crisis Intervention Training, and Active Shooter Training in addition to their existing years of police experience and are fully equip to address any situation that occurs within the schools. Our schools are getting some of our best officers in order to make a positive impact and protect our biggest asset, our wonderful students and teachers. We are here for you and are looking forward to a safe and healthy school year. #safeschools #HialeahGardensPolice
Where did the summer go? With children heading back to school, we at the Hialeah Gardens Police Department wanted to share these safety reminders with you: 1. Watch your speed in school zones! Be aware that school zone speed limits may vary in hours and speeds. Be sure to follow the posted limits. 2. Slow down in residential areas. Watch for children crossing the street and congregating near bus stops. 3. Do not pass a school bus that is stopped to load or unload children. Traffic in both directions on undivided highways must stop when students are entering or exiting a school bus (the red flashing lights and extended stop sign arms are your cue to stop). On a divided roadway, all traffic behind the school bus must stop. 4. Be alert! The area 10 feet around a school bus is where children are in the most danger of being hit. Children walking to and from their bus are usually very comfortable with their surroundings and more likely to take risks, ignore hazards, or fail to look both ways when crossing the street. 5. Always stop when directed to do so by a school patrol sign, school patrol officer, or designated crossing guard. For more tips on school safety, check out the National Safety Council's Back to School Safety Checklist: https://bit.ly/2KIPh8T. Here's to a safe and healthy school year!
Join us in congratulating Officer Roylan Cruz for receiving the Officer of the Bid Award for exceptional performance during January-April 2018. Keep up the GREAT work Officer Cruz! #hialeahgardenspolice
Alongside Hialeah Pan American Lions Club today for back to school shopping event. #hialeahgardenspolice #hialeahgardens
Congratulations Captain Michael Lopez for your successful completion of the Southern Police Institute's 81st Command Officer's Development Course. #southernpoliceinstitute #Hialeahgardenspolice
Today, Chief Diaz swore in Officer Alberto Troncoso to his new position with the Hialeah Gardens Police Department. Officer Troncoso's brother, Hialeah Fire Department Lieutenant Julian Troncoso pinned him in the presence of his family. Officer Troncoso, we welcome you to our family and wish you luck in your new endeavor. #hialeahgardenspolice #hialeahfiredepartment #policeofficer
The Hialeah Gardens Police Department is currently accepting applications for certified Police Officer. Applications can be picked up at our station located at 10301 NW 87 Avenue Hialeah Gardens, Fl 33016
Thank you Kid's University for keeping us in your thoughts and always supporting us.
Thank you PSA Fuentes for all that you do in our community. PSA Fuentes is a valuable member of our organization and strives to better our community by making a positive impact on our children. Keep up the great work!! #hialeahgardenspolice #hialeahgardenspolicedepartment
YMCA Summer event at Westland Gardens Park. #YMCA #hialeahgardenspolice #hialeahgardens #police