Public Information & Community Bulletins

The goal of the Maitland Police Department Public Information Office is to ensure that the community is kept informed in a timely manner about current events, programs and news.

  1. Open House

    The Maitland Police Department will host an open house for the community from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 1837 Fennell St. Bring the family for station tours, police vehicles and displays. For more information, please call (407) 539-6234. Read on...
  2. Prevent Vehicle Burglary

    You can protect yourself from vehicle burglary by following a few simple steps no matter where you park your car - at work in front of your home. Start by locking your car whenever you leave it. And do not leave valuables in plain view. Read on...
  3. Pedestrian Safety

    The City of Maitland is a great place to get out and walk. But it is very important in many areas to stay clear of roadways or to keep safe distance from vehicles. Here are a few safety tips from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Read on...
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Public Information Officer

The Public Information Officer is the official spokesperson for the department relating to inquiries from the media and other various sources. 

Keeping a Relationship with the Media

The Maitland Police Department will continue to maintain a close relationship with the residents of Maitland and the media. This website will allow us to disseminate timely information about department-related activities, programs and newsworthy events that impact the community. 

Citizen involvement in solving crime in our community is an essential component of the daily successes we enjoy. The Maitland Police Department Public Information Office will continue to provide information that is complete, accurate, and up to date.

Public Records Law

Florida has a very broad public records law. Most written communications to or from city employees regarding city business are public records available to the public and media upon request. 

Your email communications including your email address may be subject to public disclosure. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity.