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Report a non-violent or financial crime online to the Orlando Police Department.
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The Orlando Police Department hires the finest and most qualified candidates to help reduce crime and maintain livable city neighborhoods.
Community Programs offered by the Orlando Police Department
Apply to become an emergency communications specialist with the Orlando Police Department. 911 operators answer emergency and non-emergency calls for aircraft, fire and medical services.
Do you want to operate your own limousine, shuttle service or luxury sedan, van or SUV company? The police department's Vehicle for Hire unit requires registration of all drivers and vehicles to keep passengers safe.
Did you get a civil citation for possession of marijuana or paraphernalia? First-time and second-time offenders may complete a diversionary program instead of paying a fine or going to court.
If you feel an officer has acted improperly, there are two ways to make a complaint.
Follow these tips from the Orlando Police Department’s Neighborhood Watch Unit to ensure your safety.
The Orlando Police Department offers free residential security assessments to its residents to educate homeowners on possible security measures.
The Orlando Police Department will be taking applications for permanent-part time, sworn law enforcement, Airport Operations Officer positions at the Orlando International Airport.
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