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Records are available Monday through Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm. Crash Reports are protected from release for 60 days, except to those immediately involved in the crash, a vehicle/property owner, or their Insurance Representative; Legal Counsel. Incident reports are available to the public, unless otherwise restricted due to an Active Investigation, or other circumstances. Please contact Indian Shores Police Department's Records and Administration at (727) 595-5414, or email@example.com. To make an on-line report of a traffic crash, follow the below link:
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Daily parking requires meter payment at a rate of $2.50 per hour. 24-hour passes are available for a purchase price of $25.00 per day at the Indian Shores Town Hall, 2nd Floor Communications/Records Division from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm., Monday through Friday. For extended parking beyond what is listed above, contact the Communications/Records Division. Each permit must be individually purchased by the user, and you must have a license plate number to correspond with the permit.
Please visit the Records & Information Division between 8:00am - 4:00pm, Monday through Friday.. *You must be a Property Owner* to obtain a reentry pass. You will need to show proof of ownership, and a Government issued ID Card, such as a Driver's License.
Yes, the Patrol Division Police Officers are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. However, the administrative offices and records, are closed during non-business hours. The Officers actively patrol the communities of Indian Shores and Redington Shores, and respond to calls as necessary. If you have an Emergency, hang up and DIAL 911. If you need to speak with an Officer for a non-emergency situation, please call Dispatch at (727) 595-5414 and an Indian Shores Police Officer will be dispatched to respond.
Indian Shores is home to the Seaside Seabird Sanctuary. The link below will direct you to their website and contact information.
Due to budgetary restraints, the Indian Shores Police Department will no longer honor requests for shoulder patches, or insignia. The cost of postage, patches, and the time to process requests has become cost prohibitive.