Police Department

The Lady Lake Police Department

The Town of Lady Lake is in Lake County, Florida and is approximately 6.8 square miles.  Lady Lake is a full service town with a Commission-Manager form of government and an estimated year round population of 14,000 residents.

The Lady Lake Police Department is a fully accredited professional law enforcement agency, certified by the Florida Commission for Law Enforcement Accreditation.  The Department is responsible for providing all law enforcement services within the capacity of the agency’s resources and for traffic enforcement within the municipal boundaries of the Town of Lady Lake.

The Lady Lake Police Department is centrally located at 423 Fennell Boulevard, between the historical section of Lady Lake and The Villages. Our department has an authorized strength of 28 full-time sworn officers, 5 police reserve officers, and 7 civilian non-sworn staff members.

The primary goal of the Police Department is protection of life and property, prevention of crime and apprehension of criminal perpetrators. The Department strives to provide the best possible police service to residents of Lady Lake and to those who work, travel and shop here.

The Office of the Chief of Police is responsible for the effective delivery of police services to the community and maintains operational oversight of the bureaus dedicated to that mission.

The Lady Lake Police Department is divided into two bureaus, Operations and Administrative Services.

The Operations Bureau is commanded by a captain and is comprised of uniform patrol, motorcycle/traffic enforcement, K-9, criminal investigations and the Public Information Officer.

Police officers in the Operations Bureau offer year-round, 24 hour coverage for our community. Patrolling our roads, responding to calls for service, investigating accidents, traffic control, assisting with medical emergency calls, and follow-up on criminal complaints are examples of some of the services provided.  The Operations Bureau also provides specialized services to our residents consisting of K9, motorcycle, segway, and foot/golf cart patrol.  The Criminal Investigations Division investigates cases which cannot be solved by the initial responding police officer or becomes too complex or time consuming for patrol.

The Administrative Services Bureau is commanded by a captain and is comprised of Accreditation, Records, Animal Control, Training, and the Quartermaster.

The Records Division is responsible for filing, storing and retrieving records and reports taken by Town police officers.

**Please direct any/all Police Department public record requests to Elvira Ruiz; Custodian of Records**

Email Elvira Ruiz

423 Fennell Blvd. Lady Lake, FL. 32159

Ph: 352-751-1560

Fax: 352-751-1566

Police Department lobby hours are:
Monday – Thursday from 7:30am to 6:00pm / CLOSED FRIDAY
Property and Evidence Unit hours are from:
Monday – Thursday from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm, or by appointment.
Thank you for your interest in the Lady Lake Police Department.
For emergency assistance only, dial 911.

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If you need any information you cannot access on our website, please call us at 352-751-1501 and we will obtain the information for you. The Town is in the process of developing a new website. We invite you to take a look and let us know how we are doing. We value your feedback. https://beta.ladylake.org