Police

The City of Coral Springs Police Department serves approximately 134,000 residents with 225 police officers and 99 civilian members. The department is dedicated to providing the highest level of professional service to our citizens, businesses and the visitors we serve.

Department Head

Police Chief Clyde Parry

Chief Clyde Parry

Clyde Parry started his career with the City of Coral Springs Police Department in May of 1987. Chief Parry worked his way up through the ranks from Patrol Officer to Chief of Police. Chief Parry began his career with the Coral Springs Police Department in 1987. He served as a patrol officer until 1989, at which time he was transferred to the Vice, Intelligence and Narcotics Unit.

Coral Springs Police Officers must adhere to the following policies when interacting with the public.

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The CSPD offers the community a variety of programs.

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The Coral Springs Police Department is aware that certain events within the Coral Springs community require the hiring of an off-shift Detail Officer for permit approval. 

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Thank you for taking the time to consider a career with the Coral Springs Police Department. Diversity appreciation and respect, in all its dimensions, is a cornerstone of our department and a fundamental aspect of the way we police our community.

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The Coral Springs Police Department first became accredited in November 1988. The Department complies with 480 national standards, every four years, and 92 state standards, every three years in order to maintain its’ accredited status. The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies is the monitor for our national accreditation and The Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation monitors the state program.

The Accreditation Coordinator is responsible for the maintenance of all accreditation files and:

  • Ensuring all written directives are in compliance with CALEA, and CFA standards.
  • Distributing "Required Reports Tracking Forms" to all Unit and Division Supervisors responsible for the completion of those reports.
  • Tracking mandatory reports due from specific Departmental organizational sections and ensuring these reports are completed on a timely basis.
  • Ensure all personnel are trained in the accreditation process.
  • Amend and author written directives.
  • Circulate concurrence/ non-concurrence memorandum for new and amended written directives.

The Coral Springs Police Department Evidence Unit receives, catalogs and stores evidentiary, abandoned, forfeited and found property in accordance with state and local laws. The Evidence Unit stores more than 49,000 items including bicycles, jewelry, office equipment, luggage, household items, electronic equipment and more. If you have property that, by law, is held by the Evidence Unit but now may be returned to you, please see “Claiming Your Property” below for instructions on retrieving your property.

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If you have lost a pet or found a pet, contact our Humane Unit at 954-346-4422.

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The City of Coral Springs Police Department understands it is important for parents to have open lines of communication with their child’s teacher, school administrators and officers on campus during school hours. In an effort to ensure parents can easily identify and reach their student’s School Resource Officer, we have included their photo, school contact number and email address.

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FY21 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN; The Coral Springs Police Department is requesting public comment and input on the 2021 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Local Solicitation Grant program from the residents of Coral Springs, for a period of 30 days. The 2021 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant is a formula grant based on each municipalities’ crime statistics. The grant funds are allocated by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and can be utilized for law enforcement programs and activities.

Proposed Distribution:

The Coral Springs Police Department is eligible to receive $17,765.00 in grant funding through the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) program from the Department of Justice. The Coral Springs Police Department will utilize these funds to purchase equipment to increase officer safety and efficiency of services provided by the department and on National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) compliance related training for administrative personnel.

For any further questions, please contact Fiscal & Procurement Coordinator Judy Kelley: jkelley@coralsprings.org.

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