Crime mapping is an interactive map that allows people to research crime and incidents reported to the Pensacola Police Department.
The program places icons on the street map representing reported crimes — from homicides to vandalism. When computer users click on the icon, the...
DESIRE + ABILITY + OPPORTUNITY = CRIME
Close your windows & lock your doors (the simplest & easiest prevention technique).
Remove valuables or place them in the trunk of your automobile.
Remove ‘pull-out’ style radio face...
To file an online report, you must have a valid email address. If you do not have an email address, you can contact the desk sergeant at (850) 435-1900 and an officer will assist you.
If the crime you are reporting is occurring now, posing an immediate threat or someone is...
Chip W. Simmons was born in Keflivik, Iceland, and moved to Pensacola in 1972 from Key West. He has been with the Pensacola Police Department since October 1986 and prior to that was a corrections officer for the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.
He was promoted to sergeant in February 1995, to lieutenant in November 1998, to captain in June 2002, to assistant chief in January 2005, and named chief in June 2010.
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