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Stay on the phone and let the Communications Specialist know that it was a mistake. Also remember to place your cell phone on "Lock or Keylock" mode so that it does not accidentally dial 911.
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Fingerprints are done at the front desk Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (It is best to call in advance for availability, 561-266-5800. Fingerprinting is free to Highland Beach residents and $15 per card for non-residents. You must provide the cards.
Police reports can be obtained at the front desk Monday through Friday (excluding holidays), from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. There is a charge of 15 cents per page for non-residents, a public records request form might be required.
View the Public Records Request Form (PDF).
Our police station is at: 3614 S Ocean Boulevard Highland Beach, FL 33487. You can contact us at 561-266-5800.
No. Please call Highland Beach's non-emergency number at: 561-276-2458. Never tell the Communications Specialist that a situation is more serious than it really is. It is against the law to intentionally and knowingly give false information to the police or emergency services. Abuse of 911 may delay someone's access to emergency assistance.
Yes. If you would like to hire an off-duty police officer, please fill out the online Application for Extra-Duty Police Service and submit it to the Police Department.