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Lakeland Florida Police Station Address: 219 N Massachusetts Ave, Lakeland, FL 33801, United States

7 days ago
Shhhh… K9 Scotty is actually from Belgium.
🍀🍀Happy St Patrick’s Day from all of us at LakelandPD!🍀🍀 https://t.co/FaKkOy6ijD

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1 week ago
@JBBirdwell @apathetikja6ar1 @royxale Yep, Mistake Made. It has been corrected. Thanks for the tag.

1 week ago
PLEASE RT… IT COULD SAVE A LIFE! – AAA is offering FREE Tow To Go Service for ST PADDY’S (now until 6 a.m. on March 18)
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LakelandPD added 4 new photos.15 hours ago

Looking Back In Time

Here are a few old Lakeland pictures we discovered packed away this week. It’s interesting looking back in time and how our city looked compared to today. What’s your thoughts?


LakelandPD16 hours ago

Shoplifting Suspect

On Tuesday, March 20, 2018, between 12:45 p.m. and 1:03 pm, the suspect pictured below placed miscellaneous tools in his cart at Lowes, located at 3525 Lakeland Highlands Rd. He then went to the Gardening Section where he concealed the items on his person and exited without attempting to pay for the items. After being stopped, the subject turned over a portion of the stolen merchandise.

The suspect was described as a Hispanic male wearing a black Nike shirt and baseball cap. The suspect left in a white GMC Sonoma.

If you have any information about this case please contact Det. Frank Scianimanico at 863-834-8965 or via email at Frank.Scianimanico@lakelandgov.net.

Anyone with information who wants to REMAIN ANONYMOUS and be eligible for a CASH REWARD is asked to call HEARTLAND CRIME STOPPERS AT 1-800-226-TIPS or log onto www.P3tips.com to submit your tip via the web. For a secure and password protected mobile app for your smart device, go to the app store and download the free “P3tips” mobile app.


LakelandPD added 2 new photos.17 hours ago

Caught In the Act!

Thanks to Laura Rivera for sending us these pics showing Sergeant Mumbauer and Officer Anderson assisting a motorist in need. The two jumped in to help push this stranded driver out of the roadway into a safe area during last week’s Safety and Saturation patrols.


LakelandPD added 7 new photos.17 hours ago

Another great time reading with the kids at Journey To Excellence, Inc and Lisbon’s Educational Child Development Center! Today Neighborhood Liaison Officers Fuller and Schuttler kicked off their shifts with books for these beautiful preschoolers.

This was our second month of reading with Early Learning Coalition of Polk County’s Polk Heroes Literacy Program. The Polk Heroes Literacy Program is a reading initiative designed to promote early literacy in the classroom while building positive connections between children of our community and law enforcement officers and first responders.

Each month, law enforcement officers or first responders go into the classrooms of child care sites serving children who are often at-risk of reading failure. They read an age-appropriate book to the children and take the time to talk about the book as well as their job. The children learn the role of the officers and first responders and build the trust needed to create and maintain healthy communities. Additionally, each child is given a copy of the book that was read to take home to encourage continued literacy for the child and the family. However, the availability of books to the classrooms and children is limited to the monetary donations received.

Thanks to the amazing partnerships the Polk Heroes Literacy Program has had plenty of local law enforcement officers and first responders willing to read to the children; however, due to funding, the availability of books is limited to the monetary donations received. To best serve the needs of the program, monetary donations allow the ELC to provide enough copies of each book for all the children in the classroom. Please consider donating to support the Polk Heroes Literacy Program by going to https://elcpolk.org/get-involved/donate/.


LakelandPD added 3 new photos.2 days ago

Accident with no injuries at 500 N. Massachusetts Avenue. Two vehicles involved with one flipped over on its side. Traffic backed up but moving slowly.