Officers save lives of cousins injured in waverunner crash

On Jan. 2, officers saved the lives of two people who were ejected from a waverunner after it crashed into a seawall in the ICW. See the rescue & hear important safety tips from Marine Unit Officers.

ATV’s and Dirt Bikes are not street legal. Ride Safe. Ride Smart.

We’re in the thick of the holiday season, and a popular gift this time of year are ATV’s and dirt bikes. But before you go and purchase one, there are few things you need to know. They are dangerous and illegal to operate on public roadways. Here at the Boynton Beach Police Department, we want our community to be safe. So ride safe and ride smart.

BBPD hosts annual Shop with a Cop Program

Not even a global pandemic could stop the Boynton Beach Police Department from bringing holiday joy to children in the community. Our annual Shop with a Cop program went on – albeit a little differently. Members of the BBPD shopped and delivered toys to 70 students who attend elementary schools in the City of Boynton Beach.

Serious crime down by double digits in Boynton Beach

Boynton Beach Police Chief Michael Gregory spoke with Joel Malkin for 1290 WJNO’s Protecting the Palm Beaches on Nov. 13, 2020, about a myriad of topics, to include the double digits decrease in serious crime this year.

BBPD Chief Gregory participates in CJC Forum on Policing

On Oct. 14, 2020, Boynton Beach Police Chief Michael G. Gregory participated in the Criminal Justice Commission Forum on Policing in Palm Beach County, alongside Delray Beach Police Chief Javaro Sims.

BBPD gives back to schools in the City of Boynton Beach

When Walmart on Old Boynton Road called with $40,000 in schools supplies to donate we sprang into action. With help from Good Greek Moving and Storage, we delivered 30-pallets of supplies to 12 schools and a community center on Oct. 28, National First Responders Day. This is what #BBPDPRIDE looks like!

BBPD Chief Michael Gregory’s X102.3 panel discussion

On May 29, 2020, Boynton Beach Police Chief Michael Gregory participated in a panel discussion about relations between law enforcement, the community and excessive force with West Palm Beach Police Chief Frank Adderley and Patrick Franklin, President/CEO of the Urban League of Palm Beach County, Inc.