- Police Department
The Ormond Beach Police Department is responsible for enforcing the laws of the State of Florida and the Code of Ordinances of Ormond Beach. The Department is a recognized leader on the state and national level.
The Department’s organization structure includes:
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CommunicationsThe Ormond Beach Police Department contracts with the Volusia County Sheriffs Office for dispatch and communications. The number for non-emergency dispatch is 386-248-1777.
The Ormond Beach Police Department is a state accredited agency through FCLEA, Inc. (Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc.)
Budget & Staff
The Department has an annual operating budget of approximately $7 million, with an authorized staff of about 71 sworn officers and 25 civilian personnel.
To donate to Crimestoppers or report a tip, visit www.WeStopCrime.com
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Electronic Statement Affidavit
Please click here to download an electronic statement affidavit. You may download this form to fill out prior to an officer's arrival.
If during the “Stay at Home” order, you are a victim and need emergency services such as emergency shelter or resources for children, you can contact the Beacon Center for assistance at https://www.mybeaconcenter.com/. They also may be able to provide free legal assistance with injunctions and child welfare cases.
House Watch Program
The Ormond Beach Police Department endeavors to give citizens that little extra sense of security, even when they are away from home. Through the House Watch program, citizens may call 386-677-0731 or come into the Ormond Beach Police Department whenever they are planning vacations or events that take them away from home. A brief questionnaire will be completed, which will include emergency contact numbers and any caretaker information. During the homeowner's absence, periodic checks will be made to look for any unusual activity. The homeowner then contacts the Police Department upon their return to cancel this service.