Police Department

FPPD’s new dogs show progress in fitness and tree searches 


Loki and Tucker, the Fort Pierce Police Department’s two new police work dogs, made additional progress during the last week, focusing on physical fitness and refining their search techniques.
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Thank you for contributing to a great cause


Posted: Feb. 16, 2018
We had a fantastic day today at our cookout fundraiser to help an officer's injured child. Thank you to all the residents, law enforcement partners at the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office, Port St. Lucie Police Department, Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers, Treasure Coast Public Safety Training Complex Academy Class 151, and to the local businesses and elected leaders who showed support. Thanks also to CBS 12 News for being there. We greatly appreciate you all!

New FPPD K9 pups complete first week of training



Posted: Feb. 9, 2018
The Fort Pierce Police Department’s two new work dogs completed their first training classes this week, successfully accomplishing a variety of tasks and learning new skills that are preparing them for patrol work on the streets of the city.
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Fort Pierce ranked on list of Florida's safest cities



Posted: Feb. 9, 2018
Thanks to the combined efforts of the Police Department and the community, the City of Fort Pierce has been ranked as one of the 100 safest cities in Florida.
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Fort Pierce officers get two new K9s for patrol work 


Posted: Jan. 31, 2018

Two Fort Pierce police officers got new partners this week with the purchase of two young work dogs who are now living and training with the officers. The dogs and officers will spend three months learning together before hitting the streets.
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Detective Sam Cooper named as FPPD Officer of the Year for 2017

Posted: Oct. 26, 2017
Fort Pierce Police Detective Samuel Cooper was named Officer of the Year for 2017 at the 33rd Annual St. Lucie County Chamber of Commerce Business and Industry Award banquet Wednesday, Oct. 25. His diligent efforts to solve crimes were among the reasons he was chosen.
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