Crime Prevention

Going on Vacation? Request an Extra Patrol

An extra patrol notification is simply that; an advisory to your police department that you are going out of town and would like your home or business periodically checked. The City of Boynton Beach nor their employees can guarantee the security of your property during the extra patrol period. For further information, contact a patrol supervisor at 561-742-6100.

Crime Prevention Tips:

  1. Have someone pick up your newspapers and mail.
  2. Interior and exterior light timers are effective.
  3. Have a trusted neighbor park their car in your driveway during random times.
  4. Motion sensor lights are an excellent deterrent.
  5. Never say “we aren’t home” on your voicemail.
Request an extra patrol


Bicycle / Generator Registration Program

Residents can register bicycles and/or generators with the police department. If your bicycle or generator is stolen, the serial numbers will be easily accessed from our database and entered into a nationwide stolen database to assist in recovery. This will significantly increase the chance of recovering your stolen property. Register bicycles here. Register generators here.

BBPD News feed

Boynton Briefing - Sept. 20, 2017

17-054408 0057 hours Poss. Of Contraband w/Intent 1000 Blk Miner Rd.
Captain M. Kelley was on patrol at the aforementioned location when he spotted a black Chrysler 200 traveling in reverse in the wrong lanes of traffic. Kelley affected a traffic stop on the above vehicle; upon making contact with the driver w/m Alexander P Fearon he detected a strong odor of marijuana... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Sept. 19, 2017

17-054172 GTA 104 NW 10th Ct 18:18 hours
While on patrol in the area of 400 N Seacrest Blvd. BBPD located a Silver Toyota Prius (2015 Toyota Prius FL reg Y89NPS) travelling south on N. Seacrest Blvd., which matched the description of a stolen vehicle (17-054063) out of our city. The vehicle stopped at 212 NW 3rd Ct. at which time both the driver and passenger were located,... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Sept. 15-18, 2017

Bravo 3/4
17-054003 2149 hours Fleeing & Eluding 300 NW 10th Ave.
Sgt Jean attempted to stop a black 2010 Mazda CX7 bearing FL CGHT28 which was reported stolen out of Delray Beach. The vehicle failed to stop and proceeded southbound on NW 4th St towards W Boynton Beach Blvd. The pursuit was terminated and the vehicle was last seen entering I-95. Surrounding... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Sept. 12, 2017

BRAVO 6 pm - 6 am
17-52640 Curfew Violation/CCW 1200 N Seacrest Blvd 2159hrs
Officers detained Wesley McGee in reference to a curfew violation. McGee was found to be in possession of a Rohm starter pistol. T.o.t. Palm Beach County Jail.
17-52643 Curfew Violation/Drug Poss 100 NW 10th Ave 2203hrs
Officers detained Terrance Wilkins in reference to... Click to View

Hurricane Irma Preparedness

The City of Boynton Beach is closely monitoring Hurricane Irma, a Category 5 storm. City Officials met today and have begun preparations. City Services are operating according to regular schedules, but we will update throughout the week as new information becomes available. Continue to monitor the City of Boynton Beach and Boynton Beach Police Department social media on Facebook and Twitter... Click to View

BBPD applies for Justice Assistance Grant

The Boynton Beach Police Department is in the process of applying for the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant. This is the FY 2017 local solicitation. We have been allocated $30,300. Should we be awarded and receive the full amount of this grant, the funds would go toward large display monitors to create a video wall which will be part of a Real Time Crime Center (RTCC). A RTCC is a... Click to View

Boynton Briefing - Aug. 28-31, 2017

17-050402 0717hrs Vandalism (Motor Vehicle) 2718 Yale Ln.
Victim advised unknown suspect(s) scratched the paint on his vehicle, smashed the front windshield, and damaged the trim sometime during the evening.
17-050413 0801hrs Burglary (Business) 1903 S. Congress Ave.
Victim advised that unknown suspect(s) damaged the door lock... Click to View

BBPD to celebrate Harley’s one year anniversary

BOYNTON BEACH – When a 20-year-old man committed suicide, Harley was there to provide comfort to his grieving parents and brother.
When a 19-year-old talked to detectives about being forced to have sex with several men for money, Harley was there and brought a smile to her face.
And when a child was involved in a parental abduction, Harley played with him until investigators could... Click to View

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