Palm Springs, Florida – Jail and Mugshot Information
Palm Springs is a village located in Palm Beach County with an estimated population of 24,051 based on the 2016 census. The village operates under a Council–manager form of government. The mayor is Bev Smith. The Village Manager is Richard J. Reade.
226 Cypress Lane
Palm Springs, FL 33461
Bev Smith, Mayor
Richard J. Reade, Village Manager
In 2010, the crime index for Palm Springs was 464.1 which was much higher than the national average (304.3). During that year, there were 2 reported murders, 6 reported rapes, 40 reported robberies, 74 reported assaults, and 231 reported burglaries. There were also 582 reported thefts, 61 reported auto thefts, and 1 reported case of arson. As of October 2018, 4 registered sex offenders are residing in Palm Springs. The ratio of residents to sex offenders is 6,088 to 1 which is a lot smaller than the Florida average.
Palm Springs, Florida – Police Station Information
Palm Springs had 1,174 reported incidents in 2016 which gave it a total crime rate of 5,199 crimes for every 100,000 individuals. This was much higher compared to the Florida average which was, at the time, 3,117 crimes for every 100,000 individuals. It was also higher than the national average (2,837 crimes per 100k people). The type of crime most frequently reported that year was theft.
The Palm Springs Police Department can be found along Cypress Lane. The department is headed by the Police Chief Thomas Ceccarelli. The PSPD employs 42 full-time sworn officers and 15 full-time civilians. As a full-service law enforcement agency, the PSPD features a road patrol, a detective bureau, traffic officers, code enforcement, a crime scene team, a dispatch center, and a community policing unit.
Palm Springs Police Department
230 Cypress Lane
Palm Springs, FL 33461
Thomas Ceccarelli, Chief of Police
The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office Department of Corrections, which is under the command of Major Frank Milo, operates three detention centers which are used by the Palm Springs Police Department. The Main Detention Center can be found along Gun Club Road. This facility is able to house 2166 maximum, medium, and minimum custody adult males as well as juveniles and special population inmates (female and male). The West Detention Center can be found on Belle Glade and houses 998 inmates of all custody levels. Visitations are conducted through video only for both facilities. Registration is required if you wish to schedule a visit with an inmate.
West Detention Center
38811 James Wheeler Way,
Belle Glade, FL., 33430
Main Detention Center
3228 Gun Club Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33406-3001
Open Records Requests in Palm Springs, Florida
The Village Clerk is the official records keeper for the village of Palm Springs. Requests to inspect or obtain copies of public records are processed by this office.
Kimberly M. Wynn, Village Clerk
Copies of accident and incident reports are available from Palm Springs Police Department. You can request a copy in person, at the lobby of the police station during regular business hours. You can also submit a request by calling (561)304-4867 or via email Policerecords@vpsfl.org.
Police Logs in Palm Springs, Florida
Recent crime activity in Palm Beach County can be viewed online. The most common crime committed in the county is larceny.