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Pembroke Pines is committed to creating an accessible and informative presence on social media to best serve the department's needs as well as those of the public.

Please follow us on twitter @PPinesPD for public safety alerts, helpful crime prevention tips, community news, and more.




MyPD Phone Application

In the latest effort by Pembroke Pines Police to increase the department’s accessibility and communication with the public, the PPPD has released a smartphone application designed to connect users directly to their local police department from the palm of your hand.  The MyPD app was developed by Peabody Police Department Detective Peter Olson, founder of the company WiredBlue LLC, and is free for citizens to download and use on both iPhone or Android phones. 

With this app you can follow the latest tweets from Pembroke Pines PD, send anonymous tips, commend an officer, submit feedback, ask questions, and easily find departmental contact numbers. Push notifications are also offered so we can keep you updated with timely information, and also includes links to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) so you can be aware and ready for any situation.

All of the forms can be sent anonymously to the department, though we encourage an email address or phone number if you would like a response. Users also have the ability to upload photos and GPS information within the app to submit tips or report possible crimes (for example: a parking issue, graffiti complaint, suspicious vehicle, etc).

As is the case with our other emails, online forms, and social media, this app is not intended for use during any type of emergency situation. The Pembroke Pines Police Department will attempt to review all messages in a timely fashion but do not actively monitor our social media accounts at all times.

MyPD for Android    MyPD for iPhone