The City of Aventura incorporated in November 1995. On April 1, 1997, the Police Department began full-time operations with 40 police officers and 13 civilian personnel. Since then, the Police Department has grown to 84 full-time police officers, 39 civilians, and 15 volunteers.


The mission of the Aventura Police Department is to protect and serve the citizens of Aventura with courage, leadership, and professionalism.


The Aventura Police Department endeavors to be the benchmark of excellence for public safety by strengthening community partnerships, embracing innovation and technology, and investing in future leaders.


The Aventura Police Department's philosophy is to provide a professional, full-service, community-oriented police department; to respond to all calls for service in a timely and professional manner; to ensure that all crimes are thoroughly investigated and those who are arrested are successfully prosecuted; to interact with the community and create partnerships’ that enhance law enforcement, crime prevention and quality of life issues.

Public Records Law

All notices and requests under the Public Records Law, Chapter 119, FLA. STAT., should be directed to the custodian of public records as follows:

Kaytrinia Doe, Public Records Specialist
Email Kaytrinia Doe
Phone: 305-466-8989, ext. 8127

Police Officers’ Retirement Plan Custodian of Public Records, C/O Benefits USA Inc.
3810 Inverrary Boulevard
Suite 303
Lauderhill, FL 33319
Email Benefits USA Inc.
Phone: 954-730-2068

Police Officers’ Retirement Plan Custodian of Public Records, C/O Foster & FosterCape Coral Office

2503 Del Prado Blvd. S.

Suite 502

Cape Coral, FL 33904

Email Foster & FosterPhone: 239.333.4872