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If you have reason to believe the Zephyrhills Police Department may have property belonging to you from a loss or theft, you can contact the Evidence/Property Section at 813-780-0050 x.3325 or x.3326, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Call the Police Department at 813-780-0050 or submit a "Request for Action" explaining the situation. Your request will be assigned to an officer for traffic monitoring and increased visibility in your area.
The Zephyrhills Police Department provides officers with Slim Jims for unlocking vehicles; however, a waiver must be signed prior to an officer unlocking the vehicle. Appropriate identification and proof of vehicle ownership is necessary. If the officer is unable to unlock the vehicle, a list of licensed locksmiths can be provided for further assistance.
If you receive a Uniform Traffic Citation, you must follow the directions on the back of the citation. You must pay the citation within thirty (30) days or elect a court date to contest the citation. If you cannot pay the citation, you must contact the Clerk of Circuit Court within the thirty (30) days to make payment arrangements at:
Pasco County Traffic Violation Bureau
38053 Live Oak Avenue
Dade City, Florida 33523-3894
For additional questions, please call the Traffic Division at (352) 521-4443
You may enclose your payment in the self-addressed envelope and mail your payment to the address on the envelope or bring cash, check, or money order to:
Zephyrhills Police Department
6118 8th Street
Zephyrhills, FL 33542
If you are interested in employment with the Zephyrhills Police Department, fill out the Police Department Application, or by contacting City Human Resources Department at 813-780-0012. Law enforcement officer applications are provided to Florida-Certified law enforcement officers or out-of-state police officers with at least 1 year sworn experience. Law Enforcement Reserve I and Reserve II applicants must fill out the standard law enforcement officer application.
If you feel an employee from the Police Department, whether it is a police officer, communications officer or a records clerk please feel free to write to the Chief of Police or just notify a supervisor so the employee can be recognized.
No. If you are within the City of Zephyrhills, you do not need a permit. If you live outside the City of Zephyrhills jurisdiction, you will need to contact the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office regarding an alarm permit.
Yes, but they are local background checks and only cover the City of Zephyrhills. If you are in need of a local background check, you can visit Records at the Zephyrhills Police Department between 8am and 5pm Monday through Friday.
You can either obtain one from the Records Section at the Zephyrhills Police Department between 8am and 5pm, Monday through Friday, or online at www.buycrash.com.