Ted C. Collins Law Enforcement Center, 1101 North Oak Street
Law Enforcement Center Annex, 3340 Mustang Avenue
Amy Prock, Chief of Police
Marty Brown, Assistant Chief of Police
IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS
Emergency Assistance... 911
Information and Non-Emergency Calls... (843) 918-1382
Detention Facility Information... (843) 918-1382
Training Unit... (843) 918-1800
Animal Control... (843) 918-1382
Crime Prevention Officer... (843) 918-1806
The Myrtle Beach Police Department has 300 officers and staff, and provides a wide range of protection and enforcement services for our residents, visitors and businesses. The department's headquarters are located in the Ted C. Collins Law Enforcement Center, 1101 North Oak Street. Additional police operations take place at the Law Enforcement Center Annex on Mustang Street and the Police-Fire Complex, Fire Station No. 4, on Howard Avenue. To learn more about the Victim Advocate Office, click here.
SEE SOMETHING? SAY SOMETHING!
If you spot suspicious activity and/or possible criminal behavior, call 843-918-1382 as soon as possible! Be sure to take notice of the specific address where the activity was spotted. Callers can remain anonymous.
FILE AN OFFICIAL POLICE REPORT
Please call the Police Department's non-emergency dispatch line at 843-918-1382. Or, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a report.
The Myrtle Beach Police Department provides liaisons for LGBTQIA+ issues and concerns. Please reach out to the officers below if you have questions or need assistance. The City of Myrtle Beach and Police Department works hand in hand with residents, business owners and visitors alike to ensure equity and justice for all. The city's goal is to foster outreach to LGBTQIA+ individuals and communities.
Myrtle Beach Police Department offers partnership program with city businesses to assess loitering concerns... The Police Department works alongside businesses to create a plan to enhance public safety while assessing loitering issues and concerns.
The partnership program first begins with an application. Once submitted, an officer from the Regulatory Unit meets with business owners or managers to survey the property, discuss issues and makes recommendations. Once approved, signage will be given for posting on the property. The program’s purpose is crime prevention by reducing the opportunity of unlawful behavior. The signage reminds everyone that the Myrtle Beach Police Department and city businesses share a “zero tolerance policy” in regards to criminal acts and behavior. For more information, contact PFC Stephanie Parran at 843-918-1810 or email@example.com.