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The Leesburg Police Department is a progressive law enforcement agency with 121 employees who provide the highest level of service to our citizens and visitors . We are a "Community Oriented Policing" (C.O.P.) department that utilizes a problem-solving philosophy supported by intelligence-led principles. We perform traditional enforcement activities while consistently seeking long-term problem resolution in various partnerships with our citizens. 

The department is divided into three Bureaus; Uniform Patrol, Special Services & Investigations, and Support Services. Within these Bureaus there are various specialized units including the Traffic Unit, S.W.A.T. (Special Weapons And Tactics), Narcotics/Vice, Community Services, Crime Prevention and Code Enforcement.

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Annual Budget Reports
The City of Leesburg is working to bring any forms and/or other public records which it places on its website in compliance with the standards set forth in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, 2.0 and AA. In addition, the City will provide any other public records in an accessible format within a reasonable period of time following such a request. Should you need a public record made accessible pursuant to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, please contact the City Clerk’s Office.

2018 Annual Report
2019 Annual Report
2020 Annual Report


The Leesburg Police Department has partnered with CityProtect.com, a large collection of law enforcement agencies committed to transparency, public access and citizen engagement. The site is designed to help residents better understand where crime is happening in their communities. 

CityProtect.com collects and maps reported crimes occurring within the jurisdictional limits of the City of Leesburg. Not all crimes may be reflected. Under F.S.S. 119, some public record requests may be subject to exemption and may not be releasable to the public. To obtain more specific information about calls for service or offense reports in a particular area, visit the Records webpage.

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Visit CityProtect/Leesburg.
Slide the map and zoom in to Central Florida
Click on “Leesburg Police Department FL”
Click “Incidents” after selecting Leesburg Police Department
Click the icons on the map to learn more about a specific incident
Click the “Filters” button in the top left corner to refine your search by date, time, incident type, etc.

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Leesburg Police Department
115 E Magnolia St
Leesburg, Florida 34748

Please visit the Records Section page for additional details regarding requests for police records. Posted in accordance with 2017-21, Laws of Florida / FSS 119.07.