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Davenport Police Department is located at 16 Bay St W, Davenport, 33836 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Charles Clements. The Davenport Police Department phone number is 863-419-3306.
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Please Note: ENTRY into the RaceTrac located at 38425 Hwy 27 (on the corner of Hwy 27 and Davenport Blvd) is just past the traffic light on Hwy 27. There is no entry “NO LEFT TURN” from Davenport Blvd. Traveling 27 North – Drive past the traffic light (DO NOT TURN ONTO DAVENPORT BLVD). Traveling 27 South – Make U-Turn at traffic light (DO NOT TURN ONTO DAVENPORT BLVD). The Department of Transportation (DOT) "NO LEFT TURN" sign has been in place since November 2017; however, many folks are unaware of (or are simply ignoring) the "No Left Turn" from Davenport Blvd and are causing a hazard when trying to do so. Please spread the word to help alleviate the traffic congestion, auto accidents, etc. being cased by folks attempting to make this illegal left turn. Thank you! Drive safely.
Scammers are spoofing SSA’s 1-800 customer service number to try to get your personal information. Be vigilant and think twice before providing your information. Please read the attached article for more information. https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2018/10/hang-spoofed-ssa-calls?utm_source=govdelivery
Hurricane Michael Has Made Landfall https://weather.com/storms/hurricane/news/2018-10-10-hurricane-michael-cat4-historic-landfall-gulf-coast-florida
$505 MILLION IN REFUNDS FOR PAYDAY LOAN CUSTOMERS Did you take out an online payday loan from a company affiliated with AMG Services between January 2008 – January 2013? If YES, you may be getting a check in the mail from the FTC. The $505 million the FTC is returning to consumers is the largest refund program the agency has ever administered. For more information on these payday loan refunds, please read the following article by Lesley Fair, Attorney, Division of Consumer & Business Education. https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2018/09/505-million-refunds-sent-payday-loan-customers?utm_source=govdelivery
Florida’s “Operation Clear Track” - Tomorrow in Davenport WHAT: “Operation Clear Track” Police enforcement / education event to be held in 48 states at railroad grade crossings that have a high number of vehicle and/or trespasser incidents. WHERE/WHEN: Tomorrow, September 25, 2018 – Davenport Police Department will be at the following two railroad grade crossings: * Magnolia Street West and County Road 547 in North Davenport from 3:30 pm to 4 pm and * Davenport Blvd and County Road 547 in North Davenport from 4 pm to 6 pm. WHY: Federal statistics show that about every three hours in the United States, a person or vehicle is hit by a train. “Operation Clear Track” is an effort by Florida Operation Lifesaver, Amtrak and rail safety partner organizations to raise awareness of the need for caution near train tracks during Rail Safety Week, which is being observed in the U.S. and Canada September 23-29, 2018. MORE INFO: Visit Operation Lifesaver’s national website for safety tips and statistics: www.oli.org; visit the Rail Safety Week landing page for infographics, safety tips, and more; or contact Kimberly.Woods@amtrak.com or 202-906-3860 for more information on “Operation Clear Track.”
Caller says he’s from the government and your Social Security # has been suspended. He sounds very professional so you should do exactly what he says to fix it…right? Wrong!!! SOCIAL SECURITY #S DO NOT GET SUSPENDED!!! Please read the attached article by Lisa Lake, Consumer Education Specialist, FTC. https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2018/09/your-social-security-number-isnt-suspended-ever?utm_source=govdelivery
BE ALERT! STAY ALERT! Search for sex offenders and predators near your home and sign up to receive free e-mail alerts when a registered sexual offender or predator moves into your neighborhood. https://offender.fdle.state.fl.us/offender/sops/home.jsf
On 9-11, Officer Adam Ray D141 represented the Davenport Police Department as a member of the Honor Guard presentation at the Honoring Our 9-11 Heroes event hosted by the Winter Haven Police Department.
On this 17th Anniversary of the September 11 Tragedy let us remember, “If we learn nothing else from this tragedy, we learn that life is short and there is no time for hate.” —Sandy Dahl, wife of Flight 93 pilot Jason Dahl, in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, in 2002. Take a moment out of your busy schedule today to remember those who lost their lives and for those who gave their lives on this tragic day 17 years ago.
Don’t drive drowsy. Fatigue slows down your thought process and reaction time, affects your judgment and vision, and impairs your senses and abilities. • Avoid driving at times when you would normally be asleep and check your medication labels - do not drive after taking medication that cause drowsiness. • If you have difficulty focusing, frequent blinking or heavy eyelids, it’s time to pull over in a safe place to rest. You snooze, you lose. • On long trips, take a break every 100 miles or two hours. Use the buddy system to change drivers and grab some coffee! • Commercial drivers - don’t forget to log your hours of service and take your breaks! Drowsy driving can be deadly. #DrowsyDrivingFL #ArriveAliveFL