The City of Hallandale Beach Police Department outsources 911 and dispatch services to the Broward Sheriff’s Office. The police department maintains a high call volume in comparison to other cities of a similar size. This metric tracks the number of police service calls police officers and civilian staff responded to from 2019 to 2022 years.
The City of Hallandale Beach Police Department has experienced a sustained economic and population growth and development over the years. The parking enforcement unit ensures the city’s rights-of-way are available for visitors and residents as well as provides funding for the maintenance of parking spaces.
The parking program was updated in 2021 to cover approximately 1,100 parking spaces city wide. The parking division is run by the Police Department and consists of four parking specialists and a supervisor, has transformed since its inception to include residential and commercial passes to help residents with their parking needs.
The City of Hallandale Police Department’s goal is to ensure the city’s roadways are safe for all drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians. The department has increased enforcement of traffic laws at high-crash intersections to reduce crashes and ultimately save lives. The police department has also partnered with Brightline to help educate motorists and pedestrians to respect the warning equipment at train crossings.