(August 10, 2018)-  The City of Cape Coral has over 180,000 residents and a lot of them travel for fun and/or recreation on a daily basis by watercraft and automobile. The Cape Coral Police Department has a very easy way to submit a request for Marine and Traffic Enforcement.

MARINE

Cape Coral is a waterfront wonderland, with over 400 miles of canals. Boating, fishing, and other water sports are a major part of life here in Cape Coral. The sheer number of people in and on the water at any given time means the Cape Coral Police Department has to maintain a full-time Marine Unit to patrol our waterways.

With so much area to cover, we rely on citizens to help us identify unsafe conditions from speeding to derelict boats. Together we can keep Cape Coral's waterways safe. Just click on the link below to tell our Marine Unit about unsafe conditions on the water. We will route the information to the Marine Unit Sergeant.

https://www.capecops.com/boating/

TRAFFIC

Cape Coral is over 119 square miles with well over 1,000 miles of roadway that are traveled on a daily basis. 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?   Just click on the link below and fill out the form and we will route the information to the Traffic Unit Sergeant.

https://www.capecops.com/traffic/

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CAPE CORAL POLICE DEPARTMENT | Public Affairs Office | 1100 Cultural Park Boulevard | Cape Coral, FL 33990 | (239) 242-3341