National Crime Prevention Month
Join the Tampa Police Department in its "31 Days of Safety" campaign in recognition of National Crime Prevention Month. A new safety message or activity will be provided each day throughout the month of October. Go for the gold in helping officers keep our city safe! Practice these simple safety tips all year long in an effort to achieve 365 days of safety.
Starting October 1, Florida motorists can be stopped for holding a wireless device in a designated school crossing, school zone or active work zone.
Click here to learn more about the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
Visit one of the participating Home Depot locations to meet officers and receive additional tips to keep you and your family safe.
Register for the annual Memorial Run held on October 12 in honor of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice to keep our neighborhoods safe.
Own a business within the city of Tampa? Register for the department's Business Watch Program--a free resource and network to help keep your business and employees safe.
Report bullying and harassment incidents that take place at Hillsborough County Public School facilities online
More than 18 neighborhoods throughout the city hosted events ranging from pot-lucks, to trivia nights and community park festivals to connect with their neighborhood offices and stand united against crime.
Through the Safe Place Initiative, TPD will provide decals to City facilities, schools, local businesses and other organizations for those entities to post as a symbol of safety for the victims of hate crime
Register your two-wheels for free with the Tampa Police Department. In the event that a bicycle is lost or stolen, the registration information will help officers return the bike to its rightful owner.
Drop off your unwanted, unused, or expired medications at one of the safe disposal sites to help keep them from winding up in the wrong hands
This voluntary program helps to enhance communication between first responders and individuals with special needs, such as autism.