Community involvement is always welcomed at the Winter Springs Police Department and there are many different opportunities to get involved!
The Winter Springs Citizens Advisory Committee meets the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM, at the Winter Springs Police Department. The CAC started in 1998 with about 5 citizens and has grown strong with over 50 members. The CAC is comprised of mainly of Homeowners Association board members, Neighborhood Watch members, and concerned citizens. The members of CAC meet with the Police Chief and his command staff. The Chief gives the monthly Departmental statistics and each Commander tells what is happening within their respective Bureaus. There is a roundtable discussion and each attendee of the meeting is given the opportunity to tell what is happening in their community or ask any questions. If you have any questions or would like to join us, please feel free to contact us at 407-327-1000.
The Winter Springs Police Department's Citizen Police Academy introduces residents and business owners of the community an overview of the functions of the police department. You will receive training and instruction relating to most aspects of the Winter Springs Police Department from the employees that provided the services daily. The Academy is intended to provide you with a better understanding of police services. Detailed information will be provided on police topics such as Patrol Operations, Communications, Records, Crime Scene, Criminal Investigations, K-9, SWAT, Critical Response Team, Traffic Unit, and many other areas of interest. Academy participants will also be provided the opportunity to ride-a-long with an on-duty Police Officer and participate in a structured firearms class taught by department firearms instructors.
The volunteers of the City of Winter Springs play a vital role in the enhancement of public services provided by each City department. Accordingly, this Policy is designed to guide the intake of City volunteers for placement in the volunteering opportunities throughout the City of Winter Springs.
The Winter Springs Police Department Explorer Post #708 is a group of young men and women, ages 14-20, that are interested in Law Enforcement and serving their community. The Explorer Post is governed by the Boy Scouts of America and the Winter Springs Police Department and is a Non-profit organization.
The Winter Springs Police Departments hosts or is involved in a number of events including Cops for Kids House Kickball Tournament, Cops for Kids House Spirit Night, Children's Youth Organization Various Sports Activites, and Shop with a Cop!
City of Winter Springs Police Department 407-327-1000
300 North Moss Road, Winter Springs, FL 32708