Alarm Permits

Hallandale Beach’s Alarm Ordinance requires that each alarm system (residential or business), be registered with the city. If an alarm has more than one alarm system, each system must be registered separately, regardless of the number of buildings or portion thereof in which the alarm systems are operating. The registration form can be downloaded online and submitted in-person (with original signature) to the Cashier in City Hall. 

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm.
Initial Registration Fee: Residents $50; Businesses $100
Annual Renewal Fee*: Residents $20; Businesses $60
*Applicable annual renewal surcharges for excess alarm responses are billed in addition to the annual renewal fee. 

Bicycle Registration

Residents of Hallandale Beach can register their bicycles with the police department. A proof of purchase, bill of sale, and photo identification is required to show ownership. The serial number of the bicycle is verified and a decal is issued and displayed on the bicycle for identification purposes. The bicycle decal number is entered into the AS400 system for records purposes.  Fee: $0.50

Defective Equipment Check

This is a violation involving operation of a motor vehicle in safe condition or without required equipment. The person to who the citation has been issued may mitigate the civil penalty by making the necessary repair and presenting the vehicle within 30 days after issuance of the citation. A law enforcement officer or Community Service Aide will sign off on the ticket verifying that the faulty equipment has been repaired. The vehicle must be present. Fee: $4

Florida Sexual Offenders and Predators 

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement Florida Sexual Offenders and Predators website provides information for the public.

Features include: Offender Search, Offender Alert, Important information and FAQ

Additional information is also available at this website, please save this link. 


Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm.
Fee: Residents $10; Non-Residents $20
A valid government issued photo identification or passport is required. Immigration and Name Change prints are not offered.

Local Records Check

These requests are conducted for Hallandale Beach individuals residing in the city for a period of one (1) year. The individual must provide proof of residency and proper government identification or passport. Individuals requesting background checks for immigration or employment are to be directed to Broward Sheriff’s Office for a county check.

Notary Service

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm.
Fee: $5 per document
A valid government issued photo identification or passport is required.

Police Reports

Reports generally take between 5 to 7 days, before it is available for release.  Case status and clerical entry on any report is to be checked prior to release. All cases that are assigned to a Detective and classified as active/open require approval prior to release. Due to confidentiality, all cases with social security numbers and juvenile names will be deleted prior to being released.  
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm.
Fee: Varies
Any records request involving a city employee or city property is to be referred to the Hallandale City Clerk's Office.

Police agencies, State Attorney's Office or Correctional Facilities requesting a copy of a police report are to be submitted via fax (954) 457-1420 on the agency’s letterhead.

Public Notice: 2017 Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program
The Hallandale Beach Police Department is requesting public comment from all Hallandale Beach residents on the U.S. Department of Justice 2017 Byrne Justice Assistance Local Solicitation Grant Program.

The Edward Byrne Justice Grant Program is a formula grant to cities and municipalities based on crime and statistics. The grant funds are allocated by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and administered by the Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO). Each jurisdiction proposes its own grant funded project, and funds can be used for a variety of law enforcement programs and activities.

The Hallandale Beach Police Department is eligible to receive $15,992.41 in grant funding through the 2017 JAG program. The Hallandale Beach Police Department plans to utilize funds to enhance equipment and technology in an effort to make our policing efforts more efficient and provide better service to all Hallandale Beach residents.

All comments should be received in the Office of the Chief in writing by September 7, 2017 to:

Hallandale Beach Police Department, 400 South Federal Highway, Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Check

VIN verification is required by Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for vehicles being registered in the state of Florida. This service is conducted by a Police Officer, verifying the vehicle identification plate of a vehicle and notarizing the VIN Check Form provided by DHSMV. The vehicle must be present at the time of the request. Fee: $10