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Fort Myers Florida Police Station Address: 2210 Widman Way, Fort Myers, FL 33901, United States

1 day ago
On Friday January 5, 2018 the Fort Myers Police Department held swearing
in ceremonies for five new members of the force. FMPD welcomed Officers Ryan Beiner, Brain Pledger, Andrew Kaiser, Austin Pallissard, and James Moschella atCity Hall Council Chambers. https://t.co/d5tYe3NZz7

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1 week ago
Emergency training exercise on Fowler St. in Ft. Myers from MLK, Jr. Blvd. to Edison Ave.-Thurs, 1/11/18 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Morning commuters advised to use alternate routes. Will involve first responders from Ft. Myers, Lee & surrounding counties. THIS IS ONLY A TRAINING EXERCISE.

2 weeks ago
Nice shot of Officer Hawkins and his K9 partner Janko participating in Florida GulfCoast Police K9 Competition. https://t.co/h7h3FhU9bC

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2 weeks ago
FMPD launched a new redesigned and streamlined website at https://t.co/rMR0XDo1z9. Featuring new photography, user friendly
navigation, confidential tip software, enhanced social media channels, viewing neighborhood crime maps, registering a security camera system and more. https://t.co/Ndn2A6tlGR

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3 weeks ago
FMPD’s officers of the month awards presented on 12/21/17 by Deputy Chief Pepitone. Officer of the Month was shared by Sergeant Schindler & Officer Moye; Mission BBQ Officer of the month shared by Officer Vega & Officer Barnett; Chief’s Coin Award presented to Officer Gaide. https://t.co/O3IZkXZEkX

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The Fort Myers Police Department Facebook page is another platform that helps us increase community engagement.

This page will serve as a place where the Police Department can communicate directly with our community and share information about what we are doing to help keep the City of Fort Myers a safe place to live and work.

Fort Myers Police Department Facebook Terms:

This is the official Facebook page of the Fort Myers Police Department in Fort Myers, FL. This page was created to provide people who live and work in the City of Fort Myers, FL, or others with an interest in the Fort Myers Police Department, access to information about the Fort Myers Police Department and a platform with which to interact with the Fort Myers Police Department.

This page is monitored and managed by the Public Information Officer of the Fort Myers Police Department.

Before posting on this page, please review these terms:


-In case of emergency, or if you need police assistance, dial 911.

-Do not use this page to report a crime or request police service. To report a crime call (239) 321-7700

-If you post information related to a crime on this page, you may be placing yourself in the position of becoming a witness in a criminal investigation and subject yourself to subpoena.

-“Friending” between Fort Myers Police Department officers and a citizen does not indicate endorsement of that person’s actions or comments.

-Comments posted by others on the Fort Myers Police Department Facebook page(s) are not to be considered the opinion of the Fort Myers Police Department; nor does Fort Myers Police Department endorse any third-party comments on this page.

-The Fort Myers Police Department reserves the right to remove and/or block anyone who posts inappropriate material as determined by the Fort Myers Police Department.

-The Fort Myers Police Department welcomes a person’s right to express his/her opinion and encourages posters to keep comments related to content on this page. The Fort Myers Police Department reserves the right to remove any comments that are inappropriate or offensive, including but not limited to comments that:

-are off-topic
-defame, abuse, harass, stalk, threaten or violate the legal rights of others.
-include racism, hatred, slander, threats, obscenity, violence, or vulgarity.
-spam or advertise.
-encourage or promote illegal activity.
-have personal information about another person or that violate a person’s privacy.
-include copyrighted material that belongs to another person.
-contain links to inappropriate websites or material.

-A posting on this page constitutes acceptance of these terms.

Disclaimer: The Fort Myers Police Department is a department of the City of Fort Myers. This site is intended to serve as a mechanism for communication between the public and the Fort Myers Police Department on the listed topics. Any comments submitted to this page and its list of fans are public records subject to disclosure pursuant to Florida Public Record Law (Ch. 119, FSS.) Public disclosure requests must be directed to the City Clerk’s Office.

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Fort Myers Police Department1 week ago

An emergency training exercise will take place along Fowler Street from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard to Edison Avenue on Thursday, January 11, 2018, from approximately 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. S.W.A.T. teams and emergency vehicles will respond to this area, volunteers will portray victims and traffic will be halted at times as teams are escorted across Fowler Street. The former back parking lot of the News-Press will be used as a staging area with the training grounds located across Fowler Street at Alicia Street. Morning commuters are advised to use alternate routes to avoid delays.
The exercise will involve a number of first responders including law enforcement, fire, EMS, chemical response teams, bomb squads and others from Fort Myers, Lee County and surrounding counties.

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Fort Myers Police Department2 weeks ago

Citizens seeking to contact or learn more about the Fort Myers Police Department can now reach a new redesigned and streamlined website at www.fmpolice.com. The new site, under the supervision of Lt. William Musante, features all new photography, a simpler, user friendly navigation design, confidential tip software for reporting crimes or suspicious activity, enhanced social media channels and other improvements. “We strived to make sure the menus were easy to read and understand,” said Lt. Musante. “The department wants this website to not only be a useful tool for law enforcement, but also a communications portal for the public when they need assistance, are seeking information or even want to seek a position with the FMPD,” he added.
The public is encouraged to visit the new site and familiarize themselves with its new features and services. “If citizens navigate to the How Do I pull down they will see several links for functions such as: sending a tip, viewing a neighborhood crime map, registering a security camera system, receiving a crash report, filing a commendation and more,” Musante concluded.
The new site is still undergoing some tests and adding additional applications but it is fully functioning and ready to serve the public.

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Fort Myers Police Department added 3 new photos.3 weeks ago

Awards for Fort Myers Police Department’s officers of the month were presented on December 21st by Deputy Chief Randall Pepitone. Officer of the Month was shared by Sergeant Ashley Schindler and Officer Joseph Moye; Mission BBQ Officer of the month was shared by Officer Robert Vega and Officer Chad Barnett; Chief’s Coin Award was presented to Officer David Gaide.
Congratulations and thank you for your service!

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Fort Myers Police Department3 weeks ago

Fort Myers Police Department presented PACE Center for Girls, Lee County with an early Christmas gift in the form of a $13,000 check. Chief Diggs, in front of a conference room filled with PACE students and staff, handed over an enlarged check to PACE Executive Director Meg M. Geltner as title sponsor payment for PACE’s “Tides of Change” fundraiser.