Lake Mary Police Department

  • Agency: Lake Mary Police Department
  • Address: 165 E. Crystal Lake Avenue, Lake Mary, 32746 FL
  • Chief: Steve Bracknell (Chief of Police)
Phone: (407) 585-1300
Fax: (407) 585-1375

Lake Mary Police Department is located at 165 E. Crystal Lake Avenue, Lake Mary, 32746 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Steve Bracknell. The Lake Mary Police Department phone number is (407) 585-1300.

Lake Mary Police Department News

Post Hurricane Matthew -AA+A share Print Send by email Post-Hurricane Matthew – What You Need to Know Post-Hurricane Matthew – What You Need to Know Further updates will be posted as they become available, or you may also call 407-585-1448 for additional information. Yard trash collection will resume on Monday, October 10, 2016. Debris removal has not been made part of any federal disaster declaration. FEMA is not responsible for any debris on your property. Residents should place vegetative debris, such as fallen tree limbs and leaves, along the curb for pick-up. Residents will not be limited by quantity and are not required to bag large yard waste, but are required to bag leaves and other small yard materials. Debris should not block fire hydrants, curb drains, or above-ground utilities or meters. Please do not park vehicles in front of debris. If debris is blocked, it will not be picked up. Debris generated from contractor repairs should be disposed of by the contractor. Large trees with diameters exceeding 6 (six) inches will not be picked up with normal yard trash collection. You may request a Special Service pick-up by calling the City at 407-585-1448. Special Service Rates will apply at $20 per cubic yard. The Seminole County Central Transfer Station and landfill have extended hours beginning today, Monday, October 10, 2016 as follows: Monday, 10/10/16 – Open 7:30AM; Close 6:30 PM Tuesday, 10/11/16 – Open 6:30 AM; Close 6:30 PM Wednesday, 10/12/16 - Open 6:30 AM; Close 6:30 PM Thursday, 10/13/16 - Open 6:30 AM; Close 5:30 PM Landfill tipping fees will be waived for yard debris only for Seminole County residents Saturday, October 8 – Sunday, October 16, 2016. This waiver does not apply to commercial interests such as waste haulers and landscaping companies delivering yard waste from their customers. Residents will need to provide proof of Seminole County residency. Power utilities are not responsible for clearing debris generated during storm restoration activity. Yard waste cleared from utility lines is the responsibility of the homeowner, if left on residential property, or the appropriate government jurisdiction, if left in the right-of-way. City of Lake Mary, FL 100 N. Country Club Rd, Lake Mary, Florida 32746 407-585-1400 Website Disclaimer & Privacy Policy Virtual Towns and Schools

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The Lake Mary Police Department Facebook page will be going inactive. Please refer to The City of Lake Mary's Official Facebook for information regarding events or information in the City of Lake Mary.

Just a few days ago, the fifth grade students of Lake Mary Preparatory School were the first graduating student's of LMPD's new FOCUS program. This is the first year that Lake Mary Police Department, along with other local law enforcement agencies, have chosen to teach FOCUS in place of the long standing D.A.R.E. program. The FOCUS curriculum emphasizes many of the same concepts as the former program; however, it also gives the instructor the ability to tailor the lessons to FOCUS more specifically on what children may encounter in their particular community. We are so proud of this group of students! We wish you the best of luck as you FOCUS on safety in your future!

Holiday Safety - Remember to keep your shopping bags and valuables out of sight and preferably locked in the trunk of your car. Criminals are looking for quick and easy targets. Victoria Police Department's rendition of this classic Christmas song sums it up!

Some of our officers were excited this morning to have received gift cards for some much needed coffee to start their shift! They were energized and ready to make our streets safer! #grateful

This anonymous note was left at the police department, along with a gift card for every single Lake Mary Police Department employee. We are truly blessed to work for such a giving and caring community. Thank you to our anonymous citizen for making every officer feel appreciated!

Tonight is the night! Come out and see the lighting of tree and Santa's big arrival!

Lake Mary Police and Fire responded to a vehicle fire earlier this morning. No one was injured in the fire and LMFD did a great job of putting the fire out quickly and safely! Great job!

Sanford Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating the below armed robbery suspect. Lake Mary, let's help them and share this post!

Can you help Lake Mary detectives identify these individuals?

We are still taking letters for our Holiday Wish program. If you know of a deserving child in need this holiday, please take the time to write a simple email or letter telling us about them. We have only received a few letters, and we know there are more deserving children in our community. Take a minute and make someone's holiday one they won't forget!

The Lake Mary Police Department was happy to once again be a part of Seniors Intervention Group's Turkeys for Seniors. This year was by far the group's most successful. They delivered hundreds of meals to seniors throughout the area. Great job S.I.G.!

Our next R.A.D. Basic Self Defense Class is just around the corner. Register at or email Officer Bianca Gillett at Hurry! Seats are limited.

Happy Thanksgiving from your friends at the Lake Mary Police Department.

We ask for your thoughts and prayers today, as our own Sergeant K. Pratt and his family must say goodbye to his retired Lake Mary Police K-9 Joker. K-9 Joker faithfully worked alongside his handler with unwavering bravery and loyalty for over six years. There are dogs we have and love, and there are dogs that only come around once in a lifetime. Joker was a once in a lifetime kind of a friend. Thank you for your service Joker. Rest in Peace Joker and stand watch over the Rainbow Bridge.

It's Work Dog Wednesday! Our K-9 Officers have a very special place in our hearts here at Lake Mary Police Department. They are often the first ones into very dangerous situations, and will protect their handlers without hesitation. Making sure K-9 Neso and K-9 Urs have the proper care and medical attention is a top priority for LMPD. We have been blessed to have the support and generosity of Lake Emma Animal Hospital and Dr. D. They continue to ensure that our K-9 Officers have THE VERY BEST of everything. They are so deeply dedicated to the care of these four legged heroes that they have also created a K-9 Hero's Fund which supports retire police and military K-9's. ( Yesterday, Dr. D showed his continued support by dropping of two beautiful canvas prints of K-9 Neso with Pfc DelGenio, and K-9 Urs with Officer Wheeler. Lake Emma Animal Hospital will proudly display their matching set of prints at their clinic, as ours will hang in the Lake Mary Police Department lobby. We are so grateful for the support of Dr. D and his staff! Thank you for everything you do for our K-9 heroes!

As you prepare for your delicious Thanksgiving dinners, please make sure you think about safety first. Those fried turkeys are delicious, but the preparation can be dangerous. Please watch Training Support Center (TSC) Great Lakes eye opening video on turkey frying safety. Take precautions to ensure that the only memories made this holiday are festive ones filled with thanks and blessings.

Great job Officer McPherson and Investigator Bronson. We are so lucky to have such dedicated and capable law enforcement working in our city and surrounding communities! Outstanding work!

UPDATE: Mrs. Zanger has been located safe and sound. Thank you Seminole County Sheriff's Office and Longwood Police Department for your assistance! Great job to everyone who helped on this call! Lake Mary Police Department is asking for your help in locating Gita Zanger, 83 year old female, approximately 100 pds, short grey hair. She was last seen leaving the Publix located at 825 Rinehart Rd on foot around 9:00pm last night. She could possibly be wearing a brown/tan sweatshirt with dark grey pants and white sneakers. Any information please contact the Lake Mary Police Department at 1-407-585-1330.

Nationwide, law enforcement will be out from November 17- 30 in an effort to make sure all travelers know to buckle up during one of the busiest travel times of the year. The Click It or Ticket Thanksgiving Campaign wants all drivers to remember to buckle up America- every trip, every time.

#Traffic Today, W. Lake Mary Ave and 4th Street will be closed up to Wilber Ave. No thru traffic permitted. Take alternate routes.

We were so surprised this week by a special delivery for the City of Lake Mary's Thanksgiving Food Drive. One of our local businesses Telaffects LLC, brought a truck full of food for the drive. So many boxes we almost ran out of room! Thank you so much Telaffects for your gracious support!