CITIZENS POLICE ACADEMY
The Satellite Beach Police Department is hosting a Citizens Police Academy (tentatively) starting Tuesday, February 20, 2018. The 12-week academy will meet in Satellite Beach every Tuesday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
This program is designed to give Satellite Beach citizens and business owners an inside look and working knowledge of the Satellite Beach Police Department. With varied activities and class interaction; the instruction is comprehensive and each week presents different topics covering agency operations and a variety of community safety and awareness issues.
Participants can expect a “hands-on” experience where attendees will be afforded the chance to exam some of the equipment utilized by our Department. It includes detailed information on such topics as uniformed patrol, criminal investigations, firearms, dispatch, jail tour, mock crime scene, simulated “Shoot! - Don’t Shoot!” scenarios and many other interesting topics.
Also available is an elective 2-hour ride-a-long with an officer during an actual patrol shift. You will enjoy a very unique opportunity to walk alongside the officers that protect our community every day. The Academy is open to residents and business owners of Satellite Beach (18 years old and above) but is limited to 30 students. There is no physical fitness requirement to attend.
Candidates must fill out an application which will include a background check. We hope the experience will not only be informative, but fun as well! For any additional information, please contact Bert Berrios at 321-773-4400 or by email at email@example.com.
The Uniform Crime Report (UCR) for 2016 has been released by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. I am proud to report that the overall crime rate dropped 8.7% in Satellite Beach. This is the fifth consecutive year that the crime rate has dropped and is a DIRECT result of the outstanding work that the men and women of the Satellite Beach Police Department do on a daily basis. I couldn’t be more proud of the dedicated team of professionals that work hard every day to provide a safe environment for every citizen and visitor in Satellite Beach. I hope you will join me in congratulating them for a job well done!
Our School Crossing Guards assist elementary and secondary school children in crossing congested intersections or heavily traveled roads.
Anyone interested should contact Beverly Ryan, Crossing Guard supervisor at 773-4400 for more information.
Letter from the Chief
As the Chief of Police, I am extremely proud of the daily efforts of our entire staff, who faithfully serve the residents of our coastal City and the many visitors who enjoy our friendly environment year round.
The Satellite Beach Police Department is comprised of 21 sworn law enforcement officers, 15 full or permanent part time civilian support personnel including dispatchers, along with 6 school crossing guards. Our agency is committed to providing professional services to those who live in and visit Satellite Beach. Through careful employee selection, constant training and progressive community programs, our department offers the citizens of Satellite Beach the highest level of community policing and customer service available.
Nearly 11,000 local residents are benefiting from the law enforcement services provided through the following divisions: Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Professional Standards, Communications, Records, Property & Evidence, the only all Volunteer Marine Enforcement Program in the State, Emergency Response Team, School Resource Officers, Motorcycle Traffic Enforcement, K-9, School Crossing Guards and much more. We are proud of our Satellite Beach Police Department Volunteer Program, which is an extension of our eyes and ears.We have various volunteer programs which enhance our City such as C.O.P. (Citizens on Patrol), the all Volunteer Marine Patrol, ATV Beach Patrol, Fingerprinting, Housechecks, Administration and Stop By & Say Hi.
Our motto of “Serving our Community” is what we do on a daily basis.
Chief Jeff M. Pearson
The Satellite Beach Department is firmly committed to equal employment opportunity and provides for equal opportunity before and during employment with the Department for all applicants and employees regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, political affiliation, disability, marital status, or other similar factors not job related.
Satellite Beach Police Department
510 Cinnamon Drive
Satellite Beach, FL 32937
Non-emergency Phone Number: (321) 773-4400
Emergency Phone Number: Dial 911
Fax Number: (321) 773-5414