DEPARTMENTS - POLICE
The Belle Isle Police Department is a fully staffed, 24/7 police operation. The department's mission is to work in partnership with the community to enhance and protect the quality of life of Belle Isle citizens through dedicated and professional law enforcement.
The police department provides the following services:
To make communications with your police department easier, on-duty patrol officers carry a cell phone exclusively dedicated for citizen contact. For matters of a routine nature, such as reporting anything that seems out of place or suspicious, please call the officer. If the officer is involved with another patrol matter and cannot answer the phone, please leave a voicemail and the officer will contact you promptly.This contact number should not be called for information updates or for serious emergencies.
Please call 9-1-1 if you require immediate assistance or call the Orange County Sheriff's non-emergency recorded line at 407-836-4357 to report suspicious activity.
FILE A POLICE REPORT
If you would like to file a police report,
please contact the Belle Isle Department (BIPD) at 407.240.2473
In most instances, a sworn statement must be completed describing the incident, items taken, if any including serial numbers and a statement regarding your intent to prosecute.
The BIPD Detective Sergeant reviews and follows up on all cases with potential investigative leads. If you are a victim and have filed a report, and additional information is discovered, please contact BIPD to complete a supplemental report.
Email Chief Laura Houston
1521 Nela Avenue
Belle Isle, FL 32809
Office M-F 8 am to 4 pm
Police Clerk: Jackie Stewart
Non-Emergency/Police Dispatching: 407-836-4357
Police Advisory Board
Please call the Edgewood Police Department if services are needed (fees may apply). They can be reached at 407-851-2820.
Immediately dial 9-1-1 if the service you need is due to serious threat to personal safety, a crime in progress or a traffic crash with injuries. Take precautions to ensure your safety until police officers arrive. If possible, remain on the phone with the dispatcher to give additional information that will help the officers respond to your needs.