Police Department Officers, Chief and Staff

Report A Crime

Call 911 (voice and TDD / TTY capable) for life-threatening emergencies only.

911 Use & Abuse

Crime prevention cannot be achieved by the police alone. Together, professional law enforcement officers must work hand-in-hand with the public to fight crime and neighborhood disorder throughout our communities. As such, we depend heavily on your assistance in reporting crimes to the police. The following hotline numbers are provided for your use and convenience.

Crime Stoppers

Anonymous Tips

You may submit an anonymous tip any time, anywhere, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by phone at (352) 368-7867. What does anonymous mean? Anonymous means that your name is not known or made public. It is vital to us that our programs guarantee anonymity. If the identity of one of our tipsters was made known it would destroy the trust Crime Stoppers has worked so hard to build with its communities.

  • You will never be asked for your name.
  • Your call will not be recorded.
  • Numbers and online tips are not traced.
  • You do not have to make a statement to police.
  • You will not appear in court.


Phone Number
Battered Women Hotline
(800) 500-1119
Child Abuse
(800) 4-A-CHILD
Mothers Against Drunk Drivers MADD
Victim Services 24-Hour Help Line
(877) 623-3435
Narcotics Hotline
(866) 675-4912
Rape Hotline
(800) 656-HOPE
Runaway Hotline
Suicide Hotline
(800) 273-TALK
(800) 273-8255