The Road Patrol Division is divided into three geographical police districts. Officers provide around-the-clock service, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Uniformed patrol officers respond to approximately 75,000 calls for service per year. Patrol Officers are the first responders to in-progress calls and are responsible for taking reports, processing minor crime scenes, and making arrests when necessary. Officers are responsible for traffic enforcement on neighborhood roads and school zones. Officers conduct business checks and participate in various community policing activities.
There are officers assigned to the Beachfront area of Singer Island. Their primary function on the beachfront is to enforce the parking ordinances and maintain an open line of communication with the business owners and address their needs to enhance the quality of life for the citizens of Singer Island, as well maintain a safe environment for the tourists.