Even Palm Bay Police Department’s K9 Archer knows the importance of wearing sunglasses in Florida. National Sunglasses Day was created to help raise awareness of the importance of wearing sunglasses to protect the eyes from the sun’s harsh ultraviolet (UV) rays. […]
The Palm Bay Police Department issued a statement Monday about a Facebook post by the Brevard County Fraternal of Police calling for law enforcement officers from Minneapolis, Atlanta and Buffalo to relocate to Brevard County to seek employment with local law enforcement agencies in Brevard County. […]
The Palm Bay Police Department has issued a Silver Alert for Kerine M. Morgan. She is a 76-year-old black female diagnosed with dementia and diabetes. According to the Palm Bay police, Morgan was last seen at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday at 990 U.S. Highway 1 in Micco.
The Palm Bay Police Department is looking for your help to solve the October 19, 2018 murder of two men.
In an ongoing effort to locate Brandy Hall and solve her disappearance, the Palm Bay Police Department and other investigative resources recently deployed cadaver dogs and a ground penetrating radar to search areas known to be frequented by Brandy.
The City of Palm Bay is hiring a new Police Chief and they would like you to be part of the process. The City has been hard at work narrowing down a list of over 50 talented applicants with a process that has included interviews, examinations, and input from outside consultants.
On November 19, retired Palm Bay Police Department K9 “Jelani” passed away after battling a prolonged illness. “K9 Jelani was the dedicated and faithful partner of Officer J. Moreno for two years before being forced to retire,” said Palm Bay police officials.
On Wednesday, October 3, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., officers from the Palm Bay Police Department and community members will come together at Dunkin’ Donuts located at 898 Malabar Road NE, for the third annual National Coffee with a Cop Day.
It’s almost time to go back to school! The Palm Bay Police Department joined Center Pointe Church to help get ready for a great school year. Check out some of the highlights from this year’s event.
Come along as Officer Virginia Kilmer discusses her career as a police officer and why she’s proud to work alongside other officers at the Palm Bay Police Department.
The City of Palm Bay Police Officer holds a highly responsible position that involves networking with the community and the protection of life and property.
The Palm Bay Police Department continually strives for excellent community service and is seeking feedback from the community.
Palm Bay Police Detective Tasha Grey made the transition from serving our country in the military to serving our community with the Palm Bay Police Department.
The Palm Bay Police Department’s S.W.A.T. Team is a highly trained and skilled tactical team used for deployment to critical incidents.