If a member of the Police Department has impressed you, please let us know. Letters are encouraged and will become a part of the member's personnel file. You can either email Chief Ceccarelli or address your letter to:
Palm Springs Police Department
Office of the Chief of Police
230 Cypress Lane
Palm Springs, FL 33461
In the event that a police department employee fails to meet our high standards, it is the policy of the department to investigate all allegations of misconduct against any member. The goal of this policy is to seek the truth and provide prompt and equitable corrective disciplinary action and / or retraining if needed.
To make a complaint against a Palm Springs police department employee, notify a department supervisor by:
- Coming in person to the police station
- Calling the department's non-emergency number at (561) 584-8300 and requesting a supervisor
- Calling the department's Professional Standards Office at (561) 584-8300
- Mailing comments or a completed Employee Complaint Form directly to the chief of police
Please note: Any false, misleading, or untrue statements, accusations, or allegations in relation to the employees of the Palm Springs Police Department may lead to civil or criminal sanctions.
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