Look up members of the Citizens’ Police Review Board and learn about vacancies.
Learn about the Orlando Police Department effort to provide state-of-the-art technology that will enhance department operations and provide new ways for our officers to protect and serve our community.
The Orlando Police Department is dedicated to protecting the safety of every member of our community and to the fair and equitable treatment of every person we encounter.
A 2016 assessment of the Orlando Police Department that addressed the Review of OPD Policies on Excessive Force and Related Policies; Personnel Development; Enhanced Transparency Measures; Community Engagement; Economic Development
This five week program, taught in Spanish only, meets to discuss various police-related topics, such as crime prevention, firearms demonstrations and crime scenarios.
This is an annual community-building campaign that promotes strong police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live and work.
The City of Orlando Alarm Ordinance was implemented in 1999 to address the growing number of false alarm activations. The Ordinance requires all active alarm systems to be registered with the Orlando Police Department.
The COMPASS program was developed by the Orlando Police Department, to assist rental communities with navigating the challenges of reducing criminal activity.
This four week program meets to discuss various police-related topics, such as crime prevention, firearms demonstrations and crime scenarios. Classes will be held in Creole.
The Orlando Police Department is committed to advancing the representation of women and other diverse populations in policing.
This program meets to discuss various youth-related topics, such as social and mental health, violence and positive interactions.
The School Crossing Guard Program is an integral element in the Safe Routes to School program, which is dedicated to providing safe bicycle and pedestrian routes to and from school, for elementary and middle school aged children.