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The Cape Coral Police Department has over 225 sworn officers, dedicated to keeping our community safe. The Cape Coral Police Department has a number of units-Patrol, Investigations, Traffic, K9, Aviation, Marine, and others to serve the varied needs of our community.

The Cape Coral Police Department is located at 1100 Cultural Park Boulevard, Cape Coral, Florida, across the street from Cape Coral City Hall.  For more comprehensive contact information, including phone number, a map, and an email submission form, click the link below.

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PHOTO:  The Cape Coral Police Department as seen from the intersection of Nicholas Parkway and Cultural Park Boulevard.  (Photo Courtesy of Cape Coral Police Department) 

 

Information

Information

Capecops.com is a wealth of information about the Cape Coral Police Department.  Here you can find information about the various functions of the department, its structure, and how to contact us.  Click the link below.

Information 

PHOTO:  The Cape Coral Police Department patrol car has gotten a new look.  In 2012, the department began to take delivery of Dodge Chargers as its main patrol vehicle.  With the change in manufacturer came a change in the color scheme to a more traditional black-and-white.  In this photo you can see the door panels with reflective grey lettering and blue and grey accent striping.  (Photo Courtesy of Cape Coral Police Department)

Interactive Crime Map

Interactive Crime Map

The Cape Coral Police Department has partnered with Crimereports.com to bring you an interactive crime map that gives you the ability to see what's happening in your  neighborhood, right from your desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

Our interactive crime map is updated every 12 hours, so you have current, reliable, up-to-date information about crimes and incidents happening near your home, place of work, or childrens' schools.   Click the link below to go to the Interactive Crime Map.

Interactive Crime Map

PHOTO:  An example of what the Interactive Crime Map looks like.  Each icon represents  a crime, an incident, or the residence of a registered sex offender.  In the Interactive Crime Map, you can click on each icon to see more information.  (Photo Courtesy of Crimereports.com) 

 

 

Newsroom

Newsroom

The Cape Coral Police Department Public Affairs Office posts  news releases, BOLOs, and public service announcements here.  We post them at the same time we send them out to the media, so stay up to date by checking out the Newsroom.  Click the link below.

Newsroom

PHOTO:  The Cape Coral Police Department Public Affairs Office actively engages with local, state and national media outlets.  It is our mission to be open, transparent, and accessible.  From Social media, to Youtube, to your television, The Cape Coral Police Department is keeping you informed- Lights, Camera, Action.  (Photo Courtesy of Cape Coral Police Department) 

 

Ask CCPD Blog

Ask CCPD Blog

Welcome to the "Ask CCPD" blog.  Here we will take questions from the public and do our best to answer them.  Did you see something on "Cops" and wonder if that's how we do it here?  Or, there was an episode of "Law and Order" once where something happened...is that real?  Does the Taser hurt?  (Yes.  Yes it does.)  Maybe you want to know something about how we get our amazing police K9's to do the things we do.  Ever have a curiosity about the Law Enforcement profession in general?  Well, THIS is the place to ask.  We think this is going to be a fun, informative way for us to interact with the public and let you learn more about the Cape Coral Police Department and the law enforcement profession.

So, in order for this to work, we need YOUR questions!  Drop us a line and let's get the conversation started!  Click on the links below to submit a question or read the blog.  We don't post every question that we answer, but we do answer every question we receive.

Ask a Question

Read the Blog  

What this isn't:  This is a forum for fun and informative exchange.  If you have a specific question regarding a particular case, it won't be answered here.  For those types of questions, you can go here.  If you are reporting a crime or need police assistance, this isn't the right place.  To report criminal activity click on the link below.

Submit a Tip

For immediate police assistance, call 9-11.  

Finally, we don't engage in political debates.  This is not a political forum or pulpit for anyone.  Political questions won't be answered here. 

 
Programs and Services

Programs and Services

 The Cape Coral Police Department offers a number of programs and services to the community that go above and beyond typical police work.  From making it easy to register your alarm system, to fingerprinting you for a job interview, to helping kids find an interest to motivate and learn, to helping a grieving family after the loss of a loved one, the Cape Coral Police Department is there in the community not only making it safer, but just a little bit better.  Here you will find additional information about these programs and services.  Click the Link below to go to our Programs and Services Directory.

Programs and Services

PHOTO:  In this photo, the Cape Coral Police Department K9 Unit gives a demonstration to onlooking school kids at the 2013 Drug House Odyssey.  (Photo Courtesy of Cape Coral Police Department) 

Contact Us

Contact Us

 The Cape Coral Police Department has over 225 sworn officers, dedicated to keeping our community safe. The Cape Coral Police Department has a number of units-Patrol, Investigations, Traffic, K9, Aviation, Marine, and others to serve the varied needs of our community.

The Cape Coral Police Department is located at 1100 Cultural Park Boulevard, Cape Coral, Florida, across the street from Cape Coral City Hall.  For more comprehensive contact information, including phone number, a map, and an email submission form, click the link below.

Contact Us

 PHOTO:  A nighttime view of the Cape Coral Police Department headquarters building. (Photograph courtesy of unknown)

 
Compliments and Complaints

Compliments and Complaints

The Cape Coral Police Department handles hundreds of calls for service a week and we are constantly trying to learn and improve the way we do things.  As the citizens we serve, your feedback is important to us and is a valuable learning and training tool.  Did you have a recent interaction with one of our officers?  Would you like to give that officer a pat on the back or just tell us how that interaction went?  We'd like to know.  Click on the link below to fill out the Police Officer Interaction Form.

Police Officer Interaction Form

We at the Cape Coral Police Department realize that even though we strive to provide all of our citizens with the highest level of service, sometimes we fall short of some citizens' expectations.  Do you have a complaint?  Click the link for our complaint procedure brochure (en espanol).  Was there something we could do better?  We'd like to know that too.  Click on the Police Officer Interaction Form link below.

Police Officer Interaction Form

PHOTO:  In this picture, an officer stands on the scene of a major traffic crash on a hot and sunny Cape Coral afternoon.  The Cape Coral Police Department badge and patch are in the forefront as the clean-up takes place in the blurred background.  (Photo Courtesy of Cape Coral Police Department) 

Police Reports

Police Reports

The Cape Coral Police Department has implemented an electronic police report system that allows citizens to obtain copies of police reports, search for police reports, and even file some reports themselves online.  Click on the link below to go to the P2C (Police to Citizen) Online Reporting System.

P2C (Police to Citizen) Online Reporting System

 PHOTO:  A Cape Coral police Officer interviews drivers in a vehicle crash as one of the involved vehicles is loaded onto a flatbed tow truck behind them.  (Photo Courtesy of Cape Coral Police Department)