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Florida Highway Patrol

Date of Release: 03/10/2009

Address and Phone Numbers for Panama City:

Florida Highway Patrol
6030 County Road 2321
Panama City, FL 32404-5732

Main Phone: (850) 872-4150

Florida only: (800) 665-2794

Troop HQ Fax Number: (850) 872-4834 (SC 777-4834)

District Fax Number: (850) 914-6390

Supply Fax Number: (850) 747-5719

Eligibility: Open to Anyone

Internet Site:

Program Description:
The Florida Highway Patrol is determined to provide citizens with the highest level of professional service possible while promoting safety on Florida's highways through enforcement and education.


To promote in a courteous manner a safe driving environment through aggressive law enforcement, public education, and safety awareness; reduce the number and severity of traffic crashes in Florida, preserve and protect human life, property and the rights of all people in accordance with the constitutions and laws of the United States and the State of Florida; design and implement prevention strategies and aggressively enforce DUI laws and other violations identified as crash causation factors.


Courtesy - Treat others fairly and professionally.

Service - Render aid and assistance to members of the public.

Protection - Protect life and property.


Provide for the overall safety on Florida's highways by reducing the number of traffic crashes resulting in death, injury, and property damage.

Aggressively attempt to reduce criminal activities occurring on Florida's highways through detection, prevention, and enforcement of criminal laws relating to highway violence, transportation of illegal drugs/contraband, auto theft, driver license fraud, and emissions fraud.

Thoroughly investigate crashes resulting in deaths, injuries and property damage with an emphasis on aggressive occupant restraint compliance, DUI prevention, and educational enforcement programs.

Respond to all calls for service in a timely manner.

Operate proactively by being prepared to respond to all natural and man-made disasters.

Lead by example promoting moral, ethical, and professional standards.