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If you have reason to believe the Ponce Inlet Police Department may have property that belongs to you that may have been taken in a theft, turned in for safe keeping, or you have lost an item that may have been turned onto the Police, you can contact Investigator Scott Gaston or Lt. Corey Mead at 386-236-2160 and arrangements can be made for you to recover your property.
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The Police Station is open Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. If you need assistance after these hours there is a call box at the main entrance to the department which will connect you directly with the Volusia County Sheriffs Dispatch Center.
We have one Police Officer trained as an Animal Control Officer, however a recent state law requires that professional, state certified “animal removal services” be used in the case of wild animals. These can be found in the yellow pages of your telephone directories. If you have any questions about Animal Control you may contact Sergeant Rudd at the Police Department at 386-236-2160.
You may call and pay by credit card over the phone or bring your payment directly to the Ponce Inlet Police Department, or mail them to:
Ponce Inlet Police Department
4301 S Peninsula Drive
Ponce Inlet, FL 32127
Should you wish to contest a parking citation you must send your request to contest the citation in writing to the Ponce Inlet Police Department within the required 10 days and arrangements will be made with the Clerk of the Court for a hearing date.
Fingerprinting is accomplished at the Police Department, we will be offering Finger Print Services to RESIDENTS ONLY , on Wednesdays from 8:30 to 3:30. An appointment and masks will be required.
Please call the Volusia County Sheriffs Office dispatch at 386-248-1777.
The concealed weapons permit or firearm program is administered through the Department of Agriculture.