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On this page, visitors and residents will find information a variety of topics. The information is listed alphabetically by subject matter.
If you have questions or need additional information, please contact a Police Service Aide at (772) 871-5000,
TDD (772) 871-5029, or by visiting the Police Department at 121 S.W. Port St. Lucie Blvd., Bldg. C, Port St. Lucie, FL 34984. The Police Department building is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Evidence Division is open to the public Tuesday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., but you must have an appointment in order to visit. The Evidence Division telephone number is (772) 204-7115.
Background checks are no longer provided to the general public. To apply for a statewide criminal history (background check). go to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement website.
The 2011 Port St. Lucie Police Department Community Survey is available online.
To apply for a concealed weapons permit, contact the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office.
Effective Jan. 1, 2010, Florida implemented new documentation requirements for residents renewing or obtaining a new driver license or identification card. Those wishing to obtain a new license, legally change their name prior to their renewal date, or immediately replace a lost or stolen license or ID card are required to visit a drivers license office and show proof of: identification, Social Security number and residential address (two items).
For more detailed information, go to www.GatherGoGet.com.
If the value of found property is $100 or less, notice shall be given by posting a description of the property at the law enforcement agency where the property was turned in. The notice must be posted for not less than 2 consecutive weeks in a public place designated by the law enforcement agency...”
The Police Department provides fingerprinting service to the public during the following hours:
Monday – Friday
8am–11am and 1pm–6pm
Saturday & Sunday
9am–11am and 1pm–4pm
The charge for fingerprinting is $5 per card (fingerprint cards are not provided) payable in cash or money order only. Checks are not accepted.
Fingerprinting for immigration are not be available. For information regarding immigration services and benefits, please contact the Application Support Center at (800) 375-5283.
The Inspector General for the Social Security Administration (SSA) is warning the public and Social Security beneficiaries in particular to be aware of fraud scams that target personal information. Scammers use phone calls, emails, and other methods to obtain personal information to commit identity theft. Get more information
Alarm Permits - For all alarm permit inquiries, contact Public Safety Corporation.
Most renters are aware they have certain rights when they are involved in a dispute with their landlord, however they often don't know what those rights are. The Division of Consumer Services of the Florida Department of Agriculture provides answers to many of the questions frequently asked about landlord/tenant relationships on it's website. Get more information.
A noise permit is required under City Ordinance 94-04, if you are having a gathering or some outside activity in which noise will be a factor.
Notary service is available to the public. The charge for notary service is $10 payable in cash or money order only. Checks are not accepted.
The Police Department only accepts only cash or money orders. No bills larger than $20 will be accepted. No checks accepted.
To make a public records request, please contact us by phone at (772) 871-5047 or by email at
The Records window is open to the public Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Port St. Lucie Police Western Regional Office, formerly located at 2950 S.W. Rosser Blvd., is closed.
After an accident, you can obtain a Traffic Accident Report form in person at the Police Department or by downloading the form online.
The Vial of LIFE. (Lifesaving Information For Emergencies) is a program that allows individuals to provide medical information in advance to be used by emergency personnel. The program is for anyone in the community who would like to ensure that in the event of a medical emergency, responders have immediate access to potentially life-saving personal health and medical history information.
The Vial of LIFE can be picked up at the Port St. Lucie Police Department, The program consists of a vial (empty pill bottle or other container) labeled with a Vial of Life sticker. Inside the vial is a filled out medical form. The vial is placed in the refrigerator because it has been shown that the refrigerator's contents are preserved in the event of a fire. Stickers are placed in the front window or door of the home so that responding emergency personnel will know to look for the vial. The vial may also be kept in the glove compartment of a vehicle.