Community Relations

The Cocoa Beach Police Department is committed to providing exceptional service for our residents.  While away, you may request a vacant residential house check by simply completing a request form and either faxing it to 321-868-3373 or dropping it off at the police department.  House checks are routinely done by both patrol officers and our citizen observer patrol. To request a a form click here
Citizen Observer Patrol

Our Citizen Observer Patrol (COP) is made up of local volunteers who assist the Police Department in a variety of ways.  They are our community partners and our “eyes & ears” as we work together to reduce crime, catch criminals, and improve our quality of life. 

A COP patrols our neighborhoods to provide an increased presence while reporting suspicious activity, conducts vacant house checks, performs traffic control and school crossing, assists with community events, etc.  

Applicants must be at least 19 years of age and a Brevard County resident, possess a valid driver's license, pass a background investigation, and complete training.  To download a copy of the application click here

2018 Citizen's Academy
Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Citizen's Academy, which begins on Tuesday, February 20, 2018.

The Citizen's Academy is a look into the internal values, philosophy and operations of the City of Cocoa Beach Government, and is designed for City residents.  Classes run for thirteen (13) weeks on Tuesday evening, one (1) session a week for approximately three (3) hours each, and one Saturday session.  Participants will gain knowledge and insight of each department through discussions, demonstrations and site visits to include a variety of topics and issues that pertain to the City of Cocoa Beach.

Interested applicants must complete the application
click here and return it to the Cocoa Beach Police Department, Police Records Department, no later than January 30, 2018.  Once the class has been filled, applications will no longer be accepted.