Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice )

Orlando Police

Bio Official Twitter account of the Orlando Police Department. For emergencies, call 911. facebook.com/orlandopoliced…
Location Orlando, Florida
Tweets 12,0K
Followers 121,3K
Following 1,2K
Account created 23-11-2010 19:37:03
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TweetDeck : Even though we are expecting rain this weekend, cars can still get very hot, and they can become a deadly place for children and pets. Dont ever leave a child unattended in a car.

TweetDeck : Please join us for the next Orlando Speaks on June 4 from 5-8:30 p.m. at the Lake Nona High School Cafeteria, 12500 Narcoossee Rd.
You must pre-register:

TweetDeck : Time is running out to register for the OPD/OFD Teen Police and Fire Academy. Are you a teenager who thinks they might want to pursue a public safety career? This is a great way to see if its a good fit!

Space is limited, so register today. cityoforlando.net/police/registr…

iPhone : Big round of applause for our seven newest officers, sworn in tonight by Chief John Mina Congratulations and welcome to OPD!

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iPhone : Our group of new recruits. They are all extraordinary, and there are some great stories here.

Johnny Taylor was the 17th overall pick in the 1997 NBA Draft & played for the Orlando Magic

Darius Barker was a member of OPD’s Operation Positive Direction as a teen!

iPhone : Deputy Chief Robert Anzueto talks to recruits who are graduating from the academy tonight and will join OPD and other CF agencies. Welcome to the Law Enforcement Family!

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Periscope : OPD Chief John Mina briefs the media about Amazon Rekognition pilot program pscp.tv/w/bdcC-DF4a2pE…

iPhone : In July 2017, a child was drowning in a pond. Officer Danielle Torres and Officer Emily Moore acted quickly and entered the water. Their actions saved the child from drowning!

iPhone : Congratulations to Officer Danielle Torres and Officer Emily Moore for being awarded the 2018 ASIS International Lifesaving Award!

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Media Studio : Call when you can, text when you cant.

911 is reserved for those in true emergencies. We know it will save lives. Calling or texting 911 when it is not an emergency is a crime and can distract resources needed in another emergency.

iPhone : Today, members of Girl Scouts troops 533 and 422 came to the Southeast Community Police Office to help us retire old glory. They then raised a new flag and met with our officers.