1100 Cultural Park Boulevard
Cape Coral, FL 33990
1100 Cultural Park Boulevard
Cape Coral, FL 33990
Welcome to the Cape Coral Police Department. The Cape Coral Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency serving the citizens of Cape Coral, Florida, the second largest city in the state of Florida (by land area) and the most populous city between Tampa and Miami with over 184,000 residents. The Cape Coral Police Department is accredited at the state level by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA) and internationally by the Commission for Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). The Cape Coral Police Department is an industry leader in police training, technology, and community engagement. Keep scrolling to learn more.
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The Cape Coral Police Department has over 250 sworn officers and 93 civilian staff, dedicated to keeping our community safe. The Cape Coral Police Department has a number of units: Patrol, Investigations, Traffic, K9, Aviation, Marine, and others, to serve the varied needs of our community.
The Cape Coral Police Department is located at 1100 Cultural Park Boulevard, Cape Coral, Florida, across the street from Cape Coral City Hall. For more comprehensive contact information, including phone directory and an email submission form, click the Contact Us link in the secondary navigation menu at the bottom of the page.
The Cape Coral Police Department provides a lot of very useful information under the Information link in the navigation bar at the top of the page:
Read in-depth pieces written by subject matter experts within the Cape Coral Police Department or from guest authors in the community on the Cape Coral Police Department Blog.
Read the news as it's ready to publish or air on TV. In the Cape Coral Police Department Newsroom, all of our news releases that we send to the media are published. If you use a news-reader or RSS app you can even subscribe and get the updates in real-time, as they are published.
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Cape Coral is historically one of the safest cities in Florida. Consistently ranked as one of the top three safest cities with populations over 150,000, Cape Coral is a great place to live, work, and play.
Unfortunately, crime still occurs. That's why the Cape Coral Police Department provides a number of tools for citizens to report, track, and get alerts about criminal activity near them.
Using our interactive Crime Map, powered by MyNeighborhoodUpdate.net, you can take a look at crimes and quality of life issues going on in your neighborhood, near your work, or your child's school. It's updated several times a day so you always stay up to date.
Finally, iOS and Android smartphone users can get real-time, location-based public safety alerts pushed to their phone when and where they need it most. Learn more and download the free app in the Alerts section.
All of this can be found under the Crime link in the navigation bar at the top of the page.
The Cape Coral Police Department offers a wide variety of programs for our community:
Want to learn more about the Cape Coral Police Department first hand? Come be a part of our Citizens Police Academy.
Do you know a great kid who "did the right thing" and needs some recognition? Nominate them for our Do the Right Thing award.
Want to get active and keep an eye out for crime in your area? Join or create a Neighborhood Watch.
Kids 14+ can join the Cape Coral Police Explorers to learn about policing, build character, and give back to their community through community service projects.
Adults 21+ can give back to their community by becoming a member of the Police Volunteer Unit.
Caregivers of persons at risk of wandering can get help through Project Lifesaver.
See what Cape Coral looks like from the front seat of a patrol car! Sign up for a Ride-Along.
Senior citizens who may have been taken advantage of by unscrupulous vendors may be able to get help from our Seniors vs. Crime Office, a partnership with the Office of the Attorney General.
Each year at the holidays, the Cape Coral Police Department helps kids and families have a brighter, happier time via Shop With a Cop.
Victims of crimes and survivors can get help from our Victim Assistance Program.
Information on all of these things can be found under the Programs link in the main navigation bar at the top of the page.
The Cape Coral Police Department offers a number of services to the citizens of Cape Coral for your safety and convenience:
Homeowners can download their Alarm registration form, learn what the city ordinance says about false alarm fines, and learn how to update their emergency contact information in the Alarm Registration section.
Is there an area of town or an intersection that you think needs more enforcement? Are you seeing traffic conditions that you think are unsafe and would like a traffic officer to come check it out? Request additional traffic enforcement in the Traffic section.
Heading out of town for a few days? Let our Police Volunteer Unit keep an eye on your house and give you greater peace of mind. Request a Vacation House Check.
Learn more under the Services link in the main navigation bar at the top of the page.
The Cape Coral Police Department enjoys a crime clearance rate that is higher than the national average. This is due in no small part to the fantastic partnership we have with our citizens.
By building an atmosphere of openness and trust, citizens constantly provide crucial information that assists in detecting and stopping criminal activity.
The Cape Coral Police Department has made it easier than ever for citizen to provide anonymous crime tips!
By clicking on the Tips link in the main navigation bar at the top of the page, citizens can learn how to submit a tip right from their web browser using Web Tips. Smartphone users can also send tips wherever they are. Finally, citizens can use Text-a-Tip and send their tips to us from any smartphone with just a text message. Tell us how you want, where you want, and remain completely anonymous.
The Cape Coral Police Department is an industry leader in the use of Social Media in Law Enforcement. Our goal is simple - engage with our citizens. We want to start a conversation with you, get feedback, keep you informed, and let you in so you can get to know your Police Officers. So, whether you want to join in the conversation on Facebook, do a virtual ride-along with "Tweet From the Beat" on Twitter, see photos of our people, vehicles, and equipment on Instagram, or watch a news conference video on Youtube, you can do that and more! Click on the social icons at the bottom of the page to connect with us wherever you are online.