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|About||High Springs Police Department|
|Mission||The mission of the High Springs Police Department is to enhance the quality of life in the City of High Springs by working in partnership with the community. We will preserve the peace and uphold the law within the framework of the United States Constitution. Our mandate is to operate with honor and integrity, while at all times conducting ourselves with the highest ethical standards, accountability and transparency to maintain public confidence.|
The High Springs Police Department (HSPD) has a proud history of service to the High Springs community dating back to 1892. We are a full service police department offering a wide variety of services that are provided to you by full-time, part-time and reserve police officers, and an administrative assistant/evidence manager.
The foundation of any police department must contain an active crime watch program. Whether it is a residential or commercial crime watch group, we need your eyes and ears to tell us what is happening in our community so we may unite as one and make our streets safer and our homes secure. In order to accomplish this, please follow the links provided and start a residential or commercial crime watch group in your neighborhood or business community today. Please report ALL suspicious activity to the HSPD. This can be done by dialing 9-1-1, or (386) 454-1415. Citizens can also remain anonymous and report crimes or important information to Crime Stoppers by dialing (352) 372-7867(STOP). Callers can receive up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest.
Fingerprinting is offered at the HSPD every day. Residents of High Springs are not charged; however, non-residents will be charged $10.00. Cash and checks are accepted. Checks must be made out to the City of High Springs. On the note line, please write “For Fingerprinting.”
When you are out of town or would like an increased patrol of your residence or business, please contact the HSPD at 386-454-1415. Please be prepared to provide the following information:
• Where you may be reached or who we should contact during your absence?
• Who is allowed to be on your property?
• The description of any vehicles authorized people may be driving?
• Starting and ending time of your absence or duration of the increased patrol?
• Anything else that would help us assist you?