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Click HERE to register your bicycle with the Gainesville Police Department. It's an easy way to report your information so we can track it if your bike is ever lost or stolen!
The Gainesville Police Department currently has a number of Cold Case Homicide and Long Term Missing Person Cases. Even though these incidents happened years ago, our Detectives still actively try to solve them with new information. Click to view: Cold Case Homicides or Long Term Missing Persons.
How are we doing as an agency? Please click HERE to take a citizen survey. Your honest feedback will help ensure that we are providing the highest possible levels of service.

May 2023 Published K9 Manual.pdf

Fallen Officer Memorial: Since the Gainesville Police Department was founded, four men have died while protecting this city. Click here to learn more about them.

Fallen Officer Memorial

Click Here for Information on the Fallen Officer Memorial

Since the Gainesville Police Department was founded, four men have died while protecting this city.

Click to learn more about them.

The GPD Badge with the thin blue line Officer Memorial Blue and Black Stripe

GPD Junior Police Academy 2023

WHO: Current Middle School students (grades 6-8)

WHAT: GPD Junior Police Academy is a fun-filled, week-long experience where students learn about law enforcement through hands on training and demonstrations

WHEN: June 12th – June 16th 2023 from 8:00am-4:30pm (deadline to register is May 22nd 2023)

WHERE: GPD Oscar Lewis Center


Ofc. R.Shugan at shuganri@cityofgainesville.org, or call at 352-317-4815


GPD JPA Flyer 2023 

GPD JPA Application 2023

PSS Camp Flyer 2023 

PSS Camp Application 2023

The Gainesville Police Department is CALEA Accredited.

The Gainesville Police  Department is CALEA  Accredited. 



CALEA Public Comment Portal

CALEA Accreditation Public Comment Portal - The purpose of the public comment portal is to enable the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA), to receive comments directly regarding an agency's compliance with CALEA standards, engagement in the service community, delivery of public safety services, quality of service, and overall candidacy for accreditation status. These comments can be made in the form of commendations or concerns by accessing the link below: