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St. Petersburg Florida Police Station Address: 1300 1st Ave N, St. Petersburg, FL 33705, United States


3 hours ago
If you see flashing blue, red or yellow lights on the side of the road, please #MoveOver to give law enforcement & emergency workers room… Move Over to save lives. #stpetepd #MoveOverFL https://t.co/E6JnGQCAMR

1 day ago
After handling a domestic disturbance call these officers joined some neighborhood kids in a game of pickup basketball! 🏀🏀🏀 #HoopsNotCrime #CommunityPolicing #NothingButNet https://t.co/vf3tfzhmjC

1 day ago
Last week we investigated 16 stolen cars. Of those stolen, 6 of them were unlocked or had access to keys and 4 were left running! #cmonman #lockitorloseit https://t.co/cWv38WUyii

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1 day ago
What?? There -should- be a law against that LOL Just sayin’.. https://t.co/nNQMOp6XYH

2 days ago
FOUND! 86 year old Reinaldo Martin was found walking on I-275 near the approach to the Skyway Bridge. He is safe now.
Report # 2018-002178 https://t.co/9JAysoDF5u

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St. Petersburg Police Department

St. Petersburg Police Department3 hours ago

#MoveOverFL

January is Move Over month and we urge all motorists to move over for emergency and service vehicles stopped along the roadway.

If you see flashing blue, red or yellow lights on the side of the road, please move over to give law enforcement & emergency workers room… Move Over to save lives.

Preliminary Move Over numbers for Florida in 2017:
• 212 crashes
• Almost 17,000 citations issued

Help us bring home each law enforcement officer and emergency vehicle operator home safely every night!

St. Petersburg Police Department

St. Petersburg Police Department

St. Petersburg Police Department11 hours ago

Congratulations to Major Cheryl Johnson on her retirement!

Major Johnson is a Florida native and graduated from Boca Ciega High School. She was hired in 1985 then sworn in as a police officer on February 1, 1986.

They say that leadership is a choice, not a rank. From the day she began her career to her last, Major Johnson led by example and instilled in others the values that made her such a successful leader. Major Johnson placed the needs of the people she served above anything else. She demonstrated the best qualities of the law enforcement profession to the public and to her fellow officers.

After being a DARE Instructor, she became a Field Training Officer who taught the rookies how to become great officers. Major Johnson was dedicated to improving the community she grew up in and teaching the officers who watched over it. This is why she was chosen as the Field Training Officer of the Year in 2000.

Major Johnson rose from officer, to Sergeant, then to Major. During that time, she was very active in the community and volunteered her time to mentor and advise youngsters in St. Petersburg on how to be their best. She talked to Pinellas County Schools’ Girlfriends Group about how to solve their issues when it came to friends and bullies and everyday life situations.

Cheryl always had a smile and a hearty laugh ready to share. She put 110% into everything she did. She was a tough cop, a compassionate confidant and an established leader.

Congratulations, Major! It’s time for that smile to shine all day, everyday for your grandchildren and those you will continue to teach.

The City will miss your leadership and your dedication to making St. Petersburg a safe place for all who live, work and play.

Well done, ma’am!

Fun Fact: Back in the 80s, Cheryl was a model for a life sized cardboard cut out holding a traffic radar that was placed on the street to control traffic. Sadly, we couldn’t find any evidence of the cut out to share.

St. Petersburg Police Department

St. Petersburg Police Department shared Police Athletic League of St. Petersburg’s post.1 day ago

Officer Lopez made the cover of Greenbench Monthly with a great article about PAL!

St. Petersburg Police Department

St. Petersburg Police Department1 day ago

Nothing But Net in the Neighborhood
🏀🏀🏀

After handling a domestic disturbance call these officers joined some neighborhood kids in a game of pickup basketball! #HoopsNotCrime #CommunityPolicing

We would like to thank Carole Kimpson Alexander for capturing this great moment.

St. Petersburg Police Department

St. Petersburg Police Department

St. Petersburg Police Department1 day ago

C’mon Man!

Last week we investigated 16 stolen cars. Of those stolen, 6 of them were unlocked or had access to keys and 4 were left running! 😧

Always remember to shut your car off, lock it, and take your keys! 🔐

St. Petersburg Police Department

St. Petersburg Police Department2 days ago

Update;

Missing 86 year old Reinaldo Martin was found walking on I-275 near the approach to the Skyway Bridge. He is safe now. Thanks to all who kept an eye out for him!!

Report # 2018-002178