What are my rights as a victim of a crime?
In the past, our legal system has emphasized the criminal rights while at the same time ignoring the rights of the victim. Working with the State Attorney’s Office the Ponce Inlet Police Department seeks to focus our attention on the rights of those who have been impacted by the criminal element. The Ponce Inlet Police Department has brochures that were created to better understand victim’s rights and the services that are available to all victims and witnesses of crime. All officers carry these brochures and will provide them to anyone. They also may be obtained at the Ponce Inlet Police Department lobby area.

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1. What are the Police Station hours?
2. In the event of a mandatory evacuation do I really have to leave?
3. What do I do about the raccoons that are getting in my garbage?
4. Is there much crime in the Town of Ponce Inlet?
5. Who do I contact in reference to property the Police Department may have?
6. Is there a waiting period before I can report someone missing?
7. What are my rights as a victim of a crime?
8. Where do I pay a parking citation?
9. Where is your Department located?
10. How can I get fingerprinted?
11. How can I obtain a V.I.N. verification?
12. Can you explain the “Turtle Lighting” ordinance?
13. How do I obtain a Beach Pass?
14. Who’s jurisdiction are the parks located in the town?
15. Can I report drunk drivers on my cell phone?
16. Can the police open my car if I lock the keys inside?
17. What should I do if I think that there may be a warrant for my arrest?
18. How do I report suspicious activity?
19. How do I get a concealed weapons permit?
20. Who is required to wear a bicycle helmet?
21. Bias Based Profiling