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Our department always takes pride in the good job that our officers do. We like to hear when you feel that officer(s) went above and beyond. Please email Chief Robert G. Mangold or mail feedback to our offices, located at:260 Orange Tree DriveAtlantis FL, 33462
The Atlantis Police Department takes great pride in the performance of our duties and the manner in which we serve our community. Prior to employment, our personnel are thoroughly evaluated for their judgment and interpersonal skills. Each employee's background is carefully scrutinized to ensure that there are no patterns of irresponsible, unethical, or dishonest behavior.
Formal Citizen/Officer Complaints must be placed in writing by a named complainant. There is a standardized complaint form which must be filled out and submitted to a supervisor within the department (Rank of Sergeant or above). Please notify Chief Robert G. Mangold directly by phone, email, or letter of any Informal complaints.
Contact the police department immediately at 561-965-1700; you can remain anonymous and still alert the police. Domestic Violence and Child Abuse crimes generally increase in intensity, and all too often someone gets killed. Make the call: someone's life might be depending on it.
Police Agencies and Social Service Agencies are mandated by state law to conduct parallel investigations into all reported child and elderly abuse claims.
On occasion, businesses or private individuals call the department and inquire about the process of hiring off-duty police personnel to provide security for a business, or traffic control for a large scale private event. All off-duty details must be approved by the Chief of Police or his designee. Additionally, officers need to sign up for the opportunity once it is approved and posted. So it is always a good idea to submit a request in a timely fashion. The hourly rate for an off duty officer is $35 and there is a three hour minimum.
If you feel there is a specific incident or on going problem that needs extra attention, (I.e. speeders at a certain time, or code violations) please call us and we'll be happy to assign an extra patrol to address you specific problem.
If you have questions about the the department, please email the Atlantis Police Department, call 561-965-1700, or stop by the station located at:260 Orange Tree DriveAtlantis, FL 33462