Additional Community Resources
The number one priority for the Orlando Police Department is the safety of all our residents, visitors and businesses in the City of Orlando community. OPD cares and as part of our ongoing efforts to keep Orlando safe by reducing crime and maintaining livable neighborhoods, OPD has forged crucial partnerships to connect our community members with the resources needed at any given time.
Legal Service Guide
The Florida Bar’s Legal Survival Guide brings you the answers to your most frequently asked questions. Learn and understand about Florida’s Driving Laws, such as Texting and Driving, Health and Wellness Laws, including medical marijuana, to Housing and Transactional Laws, to name a few.
Navigating the Florida Court System
DYI Florida is your guide to navigating the Florida’s System. Learn how to create and submit legal documents by answering simple specific questions about your situation. DYI Florida answers many of your questions about small claims statements, complaints for eviction, petitions for injunctions, etc.
Learn the signs of Human Trafficking and how to get help. Human Trafficking is a very real issue. In 2020, the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigations here in Central Florida recovered 66 victims of human trafficking. And in 2021, that number increased to 74 rescued victims.
The Blue Campaign
The Blue Campaign is a national public awareness campaign designed to educate the public, law enforcement and other industry partners to recognize the indicators of human trafficking and how to appropriately respond to possible cases.
Red Sand Project
The Orlando Police Department has partnered with the Red Sand Project to show support to all those victims who fall through the cracks of our social, economic, and political systems. Explore how to Join the movement and act.
Get Help Here In Your Community
2-1-1 Heart of United Way
Do you need help, but the right kind of help is not from our team of dedicated first responders?
Instead of dialing 9-1-1, Dial 2-1-1 and connect with a team of experts who can help you find food, request assistance to pay for bills and/or healthcare resources, and even get you the mental health help you need.
Our senior residents are some of the most vulnerable members in our community. Easily connect with some of the local services and resources they need.