The Pembroke Pines Police Traffic Unit consists of one supervisor, nine officers and one police service aide. The Traffic Unit functions include: traffic law enforcement, crash prevention and investigation, traffic fatalities, DUI enforcement, traffic control at special events, promoting the use of child restraints, selective enforcement via laser and radar speed detection devices, and traffic related training.
The Traffic Unit participates in several special traffic operations including the Buckle-Up Florida seatbelt enforcement operation; multi agency D.U.I. checkpoints, which are designated to detect impaired motorists; safety checkpoints in conjunction with the State Department of Transportation officers designated to detect unsafe cars and trucks and remove them from the roadways and high incident crash intersection enforcement designed as an effort to reduce crashes, injuries and property damage.
The supervisor and six
officers are assigned Harley Davidson FLHPI Road King Police motorcycles.
The Road King has a 1450 cc OHV Twin Cam 88 engine.
In addition to the standard equipment found in most Pembroke Pines Police vehicles, the vehicles of the Traffic Unit are equipped with a number of other items Traffic Officers use in their special duties.
With the Pembroke Pines “Smart”,
Speed Monitoring Awareness Radar Trailer - Neighborhoods, school zones,
construction sites and dangerous roads get a little help in promoting
compliance with the speed limit.
The traffic unit operates slick top marked patrol vehicles made by Chevrolet and Ford. The units are Chevrolet Impalas and Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptors.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I get a copy of an accident report? You can go to the Pembroke Pines Records Unit (located at 9500 Pines Blvd., Telephone 954-431-2709) or download it from the internet at BuyCrash.com.
I was involved in a hit & run accident, how can I find out the status of the investigation? Contact the Traffic Supervisor @ 954-443-4895
Who do I contact if I want to have speed enforced in my community? Contact the Traffic Supervisor @ 954-443-
Where does my Homeowners Association get the forms needed to have a traffic enforcement agreement so that Police can enforce traffic laws in my development? Contact Pembroke Pines City Hall, 10100 Pines Blvd., Telephone 954-431-4500.
Where is the
South Satellite Court House?
Helpful Traffic Links
www.nhtsa.dot.gov – The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
www.hsmv.state.fl.us - Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
www.smartroute.com/scripts/browardcountymap.asp?city=sfl&cityname=South+Florida - Broward County live traffic
www.iihs.org - Insurance Institute for Highway Safetywww.myflorida.com - State of Florida portal
Florida Rider Training Program: