CCPD-Chief-Albert-Arenal

Albert A. "Butch" Arenal
Chief of Police
Coconut Creek Police Department

The Coconut Creek Police Department is a full-service, fully accredited agency with the goal of working together with each and every person who lives and works in Coconut Creek to make a difference in their communities and professional environments. Located in northern Broward County, the City is 12 square miles divided into six zones. The population is a diverse mixture of over 57,116 residents.

The Police Department is located at the Coconut Creek Government Center, 4800 West Copans Road, Coconut Creek, FL 33063, on the southwest corner of Copans Road and Lyons Road. Should you need any assistance, the Police Department's lobby is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Police Department News

Sergeant Mullin and Sergeant Tanfulla graduate development course

June 12, 2024

Pair of sergeants graduate from comprehensive development course
Congratulations to Sergeant Mullin and Sergeant Tanfulla following their graduation from Class 95 of the Southern Police Institute's Command Officers Development Course! The Doral Police Department hosted the 10-week, 400-hour comprehensive training. The class meet for two weeks every month since February. There was a total of 56 graduates, some from as far north as Gainesville. The training provides the latest in proven effective techniques in leadership, communication, and problem-solving analysis. Sergeant Tanfulla earned the Director's Award for Academic Excellence, which is akin to being the class valedictorian. Sergeant Mullin was a member of the class's leadership team as the historian.


Police Department Hosted Events

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, but not for immigration purposes. Fingerprinting services are available Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM, by appointment only. No walk-ins will be accepted. You must bring a valid photo ID. Please note that we are only able to process fingerprints on an original die-cut FBI Form-258 card (blue & white card). We will provide the card. There is a $10 charge per card printed, payable by cash or check. This is for Coconut Creek residents *only* at this time. You can make an appointment by calling 954-973-6700.

Please note important information and instructions:

  • Location: Coconut Creek Government Center, 4800 West Copans Road
  • Hours of service: Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Schedule an appointment at least 24 hours in advance by calling the Coconut Creek Police Department at 954-973-6700. No walk-in service is available.
  • The cost is $10 per card and proof residency is required such as your identification or a current document containing your name and address.
  • Arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your appointment so that you can complete the City’s COVID-19 screening form and make payment.
  • After making payment, a Coconut Creek Police Department Police Service Aide (PSA) will escort you into the Police Department lobby for fingerprinting.
  • PSA will sanitize the fingerprinting area before and after each appointment.

Copies of police reports and the daily bulletin of events are no longer available on-line due to Marsy’s Law. Police reports and daily bulletins can be obtained by visiting the Coconut Creek Police Department’s Records Unit, in person, at 4900 West Copans Road, Coconut Creek, FL 33063. The building is next to the Government Center. The Records Unit is open Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. You can also send an email to request any public records maintained by the police department here. Some requests may involve payment for processing. Pay for a Police Record

The City of Coconut Creek bills $42 per hour, for a minimum of three hours, for a uniformed officer and marked patrol vehicle. On national holidays, the cost is $52 per hour. The Detail Officer for Event form is available and should there be any questions, you will be contacted.

Sign up for Coconut Creek Vacation Watch Vacation Watch Form on line or contact the Telecommunications Unit at 954-973-6785.

Everyone appreciates being thanked for a job well done. If you would like to thank an employee of the Police Department, emails and letters are welcomed and will become a part of the employees personnel file.  Send to the Chief of Police, Coconut Creek Police Department, 4800 West Copans Road, Coconut Creek, FL 33063 or email the Chief of Police, Albert A. Arenal.

Questions can be directed to our department’s Public Information Officer, Scotty Leamon, via email at SLeamon@coconutcreek.net.Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we continue to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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