Law Enforcement Agencies in Pinellas County, FL

We created this list of law enforcement agencies in Pinellas County, FL. We have also provided a link to the main website for each agency.

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office – According to the 2021 annual report of the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, PCSO is the largest law enforcement agency in the county. Sheriff Bob Gualtieri currently serves as its elected leader. PCSO is responsible for law enforcement in thirteen (13) contract cities and the unincorporated areas of Pinellas County, FL. PCSO has more than 2,800 employees, with nearly 850 sworn law enforcement officers and 700 sworn detention members. The PCSO website contains information on crime statistics and information about crime prevention. The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office has five major service divisions: Inspection Bureau, Patrol Operations, Support Services, Investigative Operations, and Detention and Corrections.

14400 49th Street North
Clearwater, FL 33762-2877
(727) 464-6415

St. Petersburg Police Department – Chief Charles “Chuck” Harmon heads the police department for the city of St. Petersburg, FL, comprised of 540 sworn officers and 234 civilian support staff.

1300 1 Avenue North
St. Petersburg, FL 33705
(727) 893-7533

Clearwater Police Department – Click here for more information about the police department for Clearwater, FL, including the Criminal Investigations Division (CID), which is responsible for the analysis of crime statistics, assistance to crime victims, and the investigation of crimes occurring within the city limits of Clearwater.

645 Pierce St.
Clearwater, FL 33756
(727) 562-4455

Pinellas Park Police Department – Find information for the Pinellas Park Police Department with more than 100 full-time police officers. The administrative office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST, excluding holidays.

7700 59th St.
Pinellas Park, Florida 33781
The police non-emergency number is 727-369-7864.

Largo Police Department – The website for the Police Department of Largo, FL, includes information about the more than 90 uniformed officers assigned to the Patrol Division responsible for the uniformed patrol functions of the department, including 24-hour response to the initial investigation of crimes and incidents, traffic enforcement and control, and accident investigation.

201 Highland Avenue
PO Box 296
Largo, FL 33779-0296
(727) 586-7434

Tarpon Springs Police Department – The City of Tarpon Springs Police Department provides crime prevention, law, and code enforcement services. The current Acting Chief of Police is Captain Robert Kochen.

444 S. Huey Ave
Tarpon Springs, FL 34689
(727) 937-6151

Gulfport Police Department – Information on the Police Department for the police department of Gulfport, FL, including the patrol division comprised of four sergeants and nineteen uniformed patrol officers.

2401 53rd Street South
Gulfport, FL 33707
(727) 893-1030

Kenneth City Police Department – Michael Vieno serves as the Chief of Police and heads the police department for Kenneth City, FL.

4600 58th Street North
Kenneth City, FL 33709
(727) 544-2564

Treasure Island Police Department – Tim Casey, Police Chief, heads the 20 sworn uniformed officers plus communications and support sections for Treasure Island, FL, a small city of about 7,500 full-time residents.

180 108th Avenue
Treasure Island, FL 33706
(727) 367-1981
Bay Pines Veterans Affairs Police Department – Federal police officers with the Bay Pines Veterans Affairs Police Department serve the Bay Pines Veterans Affairs Healthcare System which covers more than 330 acres of the Bay Pines VA community. According to its website, 85% of the department are Veterans. Officers with the Bay Pines Veterans Affairs Police Department work closely with other law enforcement agencies in St. Petersburg and Pinellas County. The Police Service Building is located in Bay Pines, Florida 33774. The non-emergency number is (727)398-6661 ext 4111. These officers are trained to use the AXON Body 3 camera. The use of body-worn cameras is governed by section 13 of Executive Order (EO) 14074. The officers do not have the authority to delete footage, although they can turn the cameras on and off.

*The Police Department for St. Pete Beach was closed in 2013 when services were handed over to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office. The City of St. Pete Beach is just off the Pinellas County mainland. The population of this barrier island is just over 10,000 residents.

Contact a criminal defense attorney at the Sammis Law Firm to discuss your arrest or prosecution for any crime charged in Pinellas County, FL. Our office is at 14010 Roosevelt Blvd Suite 701, Clearwater, FL 33762-3820. 

Call 727-210-7004. 

This article was last updated on Wednesday, September 20, 2023.