Learn about our Programs
Offering parents resources for their child's safety. And how to assist law enforcement for certain emergency situations.
Assistance with child safety seat questions and installation.
The South Portland Police Department offers a periodic check of your home when you go away on vacation.
Working with seniors, social services, and the business community to assist with and address senior citizen issues. This includes offering a Driver Safety Course for Seniors.
SoPo Unite is part of the federally funded Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program. The Coalition works to create and sustain a safe, just, and healthy community to prevent youth substance use.
Engaging our community in public safety efforts is a top priority of the South Portland Police Department.
A program for operators of motor vehicles to keep emergency contact information and medical history in the glove compartment of their motor vehicle. This will assist emergency responders at the scene of a motor vehicle crash or a medical emergency in a motor vehicle.
A program assisting with reuniting memory/communication impaired individuals that become separated from their families and/or caregivers.
Prevention Assistance with graffiti issues, definitions, and removal.
This program allows citizens of South Portland to discard unused and expired medications during certain times of the year.
This is a volunteer program for citizens who want to perform a public service to their community.
A public service for parents of underage children. Register your home and help prevent underage drinking and parties while you're away.
Bicycle information is entered into a national data base. Recovered lost and stolen bicycles can returned to the owners.
This program notifies the residents of South Portland of any emergencies, major delays, major detours, etc.