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Chief Clyde ParryThank 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. I encourage you to find out for yourself by applying today to join our team.
Chief Clyde Parry


AmyAllen Lieutenant Amy Allen

"Despite the gains women and other minorities have made in the field of law enforcement, the reality is that we will always have our detractors. You cannot be discouraged by the vocal minority. Work hard and stay humble and success will find you."

AshleyKozlowski Officer Ashley Kozlowski

"The Coral Springs Police Department has a fantastic reputation. During my initial application phase, I interviewed many officers and no matter what agency they worked for, mostly all of them said CSPD was the best!"

Chantel Mears Detective Chantel Mears

"I chose to work for the Coral Springs Police Department because as a department we strive to have strong positive ties with the local community. In achieving that goal the department is also largely dedicated to promoting and participating in the growth of each of its officers."

Ebony Winn Detective Ebony Winn

"My favorite part of the job is interacting with the youth. This job gives me a wonderful platform to help shape the lives of kids who would go in the wrong direction with no advice/guidance."

Mark GuardOfficer Mark Guard

"I enjoyed the teamwork atmosphere I experienced in the Marine Corps and wanted a career that could duplicate that feeling. I also wanted to have a positive influence on society and I feel police officers have a direct impact on society."

Xavier Reinoso Officer Xavier Reinoso

"There are so many aspects of my job that I truly enjoy. Being part of a Specialized Unit gives me the opportunity to be involved in most of the department’s top priority cases and arrests. Another advantage of being in a Specialized Unit is the freedom to roam not only city wide, but also the Tri-County region. I have had the opportunity to work with a great bunch of officers from all over South Florida."

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