The Police Department gets frequent requests from citizens desiring to know more about law enforcement incidents taking place within our community. In an effort to make it easier for our residents to access this information and be better informed, the Police Department has contracted with a crime mapping service called CrimeReports.com. Crime Reports maps the majority of our police incidents so that residents and visitors can see the type of activity being reported in a specific neighborhood or around town. In addition, residents can establish accounts at www.crimereports.com to create fences around specific neighborhoods or areas of town that they have particular interest in. Once established, Crime Reports will send an automated daily report of police activity taking place within the established area.
Please note that incident types may change after incidents are thoroughly investigated, documented, and reviewed by supervisors. Mapped incidents are updated nightly. Please remember this is NOT a comprehensive list of all of our calls for service, but only the most prevalent that affects our quality of life. Please note:
- Only Pinellas Park Police Department incidents are listed.
- To protect the identity of sexual abuse and child abuse/neglect victims, we do not list these types of incidents.
If you would like to obtain a copy of a police report, you may request a copy from the Pinellas Park Police Department Records Section, applicable fees may apply. The Records Section can be reached at 727-369-7836. Not all reports may be available if investigations are still ongoing.
Please click the following link to go to the Crime Reports.com website: CRIME REPORTS
THE CRIME REPORTS WEBSITE IS INTENDED TO VISUALLY DEMONSTRATE POLICE ACTIVITY (AS OPPOSED TO CRIME REPORTING) IN THE CITY OF PINELLAS PARK. CALLS FOR SERVICE DISPLAYED ON THE CRIME REPORTS WEBSITE SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR ANYTHING OTHER THAN INFORMATION PURPOSES.