Register now for Teen Police Academy summer camp

Registration is underway for the 9th annual Boynton Beach Police Department Teen Police Academy, a week-long summer camp dedicated to increasing an understanding between our community’s youth and their local police.
The academy program will provide youth a hands-on opportunity to learn how the BBPD operates. Class topics will include: K-9, police patrol techniques, dangers of traffic stops, firearm safety, ropes course, bike patrol, marine enforcement, gang and drug awareness, crime scene procedures and field trips.
The academy will be held July 31 – Aug. 4 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Intracoastal Park Clubhouse in the City of Boynton Beach.
Participants must be between 14-16 years old and enrolled in school. Parental consent is required. The cost of the program is $100 and includes a T-shirt, ball cap, sports bag and lunch throughout the week. Payment is required at the time of registration and refundable until July 3.
Applications are available at the BBPD, City Hall, City Library and online at Registration must be received no later than July 3, 2017. For more information, please contact Officer Rachel Loy at 561-742-6849.

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Report an impaired driver and earn $100

Did you know that you reporting an impaired driver can you earn $100? MOBILE EYES is a program of the Safety Council of Palm Beach County, Inc..
It recently earned a Boynton Beach man $100. He called 911 after he saw a man passed out inside a parked car with his foot on the accelerator. An investigation was conducted, and the man was ultimately arrested and charged with DUI.
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Boynton Briefing - Nov. 7-9, 2017

17-064539 Overdose-Fatal 1025hours 1900 N. Federal Hwy. (Inlet Inn Motel)
Officers responded to the Inlet Inn Motel in reference to an unresponsive 32 yoa w/m. Upon arrival BBFD deemed the patient expired after life saving measures failed to resuscitate him. Further investigation revealed the decedent most likely expired due to an overdose. DB/CS responded.
17-064415 1705... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Nov. 2, 2017

17-063095 1455 hours Boat Fire 1600 N. ICW.
Marine officers responded to a boat fire and assisted in extinguishing the flames and evacuating the occupants.
17-063129 1619 hours Boat Accident 1500 S. ICW.
The Marine Unit responded to a head on boat collision in the proximity of the Woolbright Bridge. Officers assisted with evacuating injured occupants and... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Nov. 1, 2017

17-062892 Shooting 111 S Atlantic Dr W 17:03 hours
Victim reported to police he had been walking south on Seacrest Blvd when a white vehicle pulled up next to him and an unknown subject shot him in the leg. Subject to his interview with D-Bureau the victim changed his story and admitted that his friend accidently shot him while inside of 111 S. Atlantic Dr. The firearm was... Click to View

Help police identify fraud suspect

This woman used a stolen credit card to buy $1,500 worth of electronics and gift cards from Target, 650 N. Congress Ave., Boynton Beach yesterday. The credit card was taken from a wallet that was also stolen yesterday from Venetian Nail Spa.
The suspect is described as a white female, heavy build, with a tattoo on the right side of her chest.
Anyone who recognizes her is asked to... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Oct. 27-30, 2017

17-062432 1619 hours Burglary Residence (Occupied) 417 SW 1st Ave.
Victim reported that 2 black male suspects entered his residence through a rear sliding glass door and stole an iphone 7. Victim stated there was video of the incident, but would need the landlord to download video.
17-062425 1756 hours Burglary Residence 523 SE 20th CT.
Victim reported... Click to View

Boynton Beach Police and Fire Departments host Public Safety Expo

BOYNTON BEACH - Come meet your neighborhood police officers and firefighters!
The Boynton Beach Police and Fire Departments will host a Public Safety Expo on Nov. 4, 2017 at the City Hall Complex along Northeast First Avenue.
The event begins with an opening ceremony at 10 a.m. at the Ocean Avenue Amphitheater, followed by demonstrations every hour on the hour from the Boynton... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Oct. 27, 2017

17-061933 2308 hours Shots fired 64 Cedar Ln.
Officers responded to the above address in reference to a shots fired call. Upon arrival they were unable to locate any evidence or witnesses to substantiate the allegation. The caller wished to remain anonymous.
17-061937 2356 hours Possession of Concealed Firearm 300 N. Congress Ave.
Officer Castro and Officer Pires... Click to View

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