The Kissimmee Police Department is committed to protect and serve the community. They provide a variety of services designed to help educate everyone in the City on best safety practices.
To learn more about the services provided please click below:
The Kissimmee Police Department offers fingerprinting on Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. There is a $10 fee for residents of Osceola County and a $25 fee if you are not a resident of Osceola County. You must bring your fingerprint card with you, have it filled out in black ink, and have a valid picture ID.
The Kissimmee Police Department is located at 8 North Stewart Avenue, Kissimmee, Florida 34741.
Home or Business Security SurveyCommunity Service Officers with the Kissimmee Police Department are trained to conduct comprehensive security surveys of your home or business. During the survey, they will point out potential weaknesses that could be exploited by a thief. The Community Service Officer will also provide recommendations to address these problem areas. To contact a Community Service Officer about a home or business security survey please contact the Problem Oriented Policing Unit.
The Kissimmee Police Department Victim Advocates works hand in hand with the Criminal Investigations Division and Patrol Division to connect with victims of crimes. The Advocates off victim information, emotional support and help finding resources to help them as they work through their situation.
Drug Take-Back Location
Do you have prescription medication that you no longer use? The Kissimmee Police Department provides a safe and legal disposal option for any unwanted or unused prescription pills or tablets. All you need to do is bring the previous prescription medication to the Police Department during business hours and you will be directed to our Drug Disposal location.
Remember, medicine prescribed to you is for YOU. What’s safe for you might be harmful for someone else. It’s important to dispose of any unwanted, expired, or unused medicines.
Car Seat Installation Check
The proper installation of a car seat in a vehicle increases the effectiveness of the car seat. To have your car seat checked for proper installation, please contact our Problem Oriented Policing Unit to schedule an appointment with a certified safety technician. The Unit can also set up check points for school or civic group meetings.
Bicycle SafetyPer Florida Law, children under the age of 16 are required to wear a bicycle helmet when riding a bike. It is important that the helmet be the correct type for the activity and fit properly. Contact the Problem Oriented Policing Unit to schedule an appointment to have your helmet checked. The presentation will also address safety while riding including use of hand signals. The Problem Oriented Policing Unit will schedule fittings /presentations for schools and civic groups.
Presentation and Demonstration Request
Kissimmee Citizens may request representatives from the Kissimmee Police Department to speak at school group events, scout group presentations, or other community group meetings.
Safety demonstrations and other specialty demonstrations can also be arranged upon request. Click here to send and email to the POP Unit to request a demonstration or meeting presentation with information about your organization.
Police Department Programs
The Kissimmee Police Department is focused on educating the community on local crimes, and how residents may work with law enforcement to help prevent or reduce crime and learn more about their Kissimmee Police Department.
If you See Something, Say Something
The responsibility of crime prevention doesn’t fall on one person – it’s everyone’s business. If you see something, say something. Law enforcement agencies, however, often are the focal point in community crime prevention.
Want to get involved? Here's How:
About Neighborhood Watch:
Neighborhood Watch Groups work hand-in-hand with members of the Kissimmee Police Department to increase awareness and reduce crime in different areas in the Kissimmee Community.
These individual groups are designed to enhance neighborhood security, heighten the community’s power of observation, and to encourage mutual assistance among neighbors.
The groups have a direct connection with the Kissimmee Police Department and are able to meet with members focused on crime prevention.If your community would like to join, please reach out to the Problem Oriented Policing Unit here.
About Business Watch:
The Business Watch is a group comprised of Kissimmee Business owners and managers who work together to share information about suspicious activity with law enforcement and their neighboring businesses.
The group will periodically receive information pertaining to local crimes which may impact their daily activity.
Here’s more information on the positive benefits of joining your local business watch:
• Promotion of a business becoming acquainted with neighboring businesses.
• Training of personnel employed by local businesses to recognize and call police to report suspicious persons and activities.
• Implementation of techniques to handle emergencies, provide for better security, and other crime prevention measures.
• Provision of tips to prevent fraud and shoplifting.
• Helping to solve problems in the business community through a strengthened partnership with the Police Department.
• Sharing information about other available resources to assist with solving problems in the business community.
• Creating a more direct link of communication between the Kissimmee Police Department and community businesses.
If you would like to join Business Watch or or create one in your area please contact the Problem Oriented Policing Unit.
About the Explorer Program:
The Kissimmee Police Department is a proud sponsor of Explorer Post #802. The Explorer post is chartered by the Boy and Girl Scouts of America.
In order to be an Explorer with the Kissimmee Police Department you must be between 14-21 years of age, sustain a 2.0 grade point average, be interested in public service, and be in good-standing with local law enforcement.
Explorer Program Mission Statement
To provide an opportunity for our youth to learn about law enforcement through practical application and training.
To provide career/Law Enforcement experience, leadership opportunities, and community service activities.
To develop a positive relationship between the Kissimmee Police Department and the youth of the community.
To help young adults choose a career path within law enforcement and to challenge them to become responsible citizens in their community.
To learn more about the Explorer program please contact the Problem Oriented Policing Unit here.
About Our Citizens Academy:
Once a year the Kissimmee Police Department invites members of the community to visit the Police Department to learn more about what it’s like to work as an Officer in Kissimmee.
During the academy, citizens will:
-Visit the Communication Center where they will learn how 911-Dispatchers serve as rescuers, information gatherers, and the first line of defense for law enforcement officers.
-Learn about the different bureaus and divisions at the Police Department and how they depend on each other.
-Discover how significant record keeping is to the Police Department.
-Learn how the S.W.A.T. team trains on their obstacle course.
-Meet and communicate with law enforcement.
The next Citizens Academy will be in July of 2020. Continue to monitor this site for more details closer to the Academy date.