Beaumont Police Department

  • Agency: Beaumont Police Department
  • Address: 660 Orange Ave., Beaumont, 92223 CA
  • Chief: Francis D Coe Jr (Chief of Police)
Phone: 951-769-8500
Fax: 951-769-8506

Beaumont Police Department is located at 660 Orange Ave., Beaumont, 92223 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Francis D Coe Jr. The Beaumont Police Department phone number is 951-769-8500.

Beaumont Police Department News

Today is #NationalLawEnforcementAppreciationDay. Today and everyday we say "Thank You" to the men and women who give so much to our communities. If you have a picture of us helping out in the community tag us. We'd love to see how our law enforcement is positively impacting our community!

If traveling about town today, please be advised there are some road closures. Avoid these areas

On Monday, January 8, 2018, at approximately 11:00 am, the Beaumont Police Department received a call reporting an African-American Female was stealing merchandise from a business in the 1600 block of 6th Street. While attempting to confront the suspect the victim was assaulted. Officers from the Beaumont Police Department searched the surrounding area immediately after the crime was reported. A witness to the crime provided Beaumont Police with a description and license plate for the suspect's vehicle. During a records check of the license plate, the vehicle returned stolen out of Riverside. Shortly after arrival to the vicinity officers were able to locate the suspect vehicle traveling eastbound on Interstate 10 and a pursuit ensued. The suspect exited Interstate 10 at Hargrave Street in the City of Banning and continued to evade officers. Eventually losing control of the vehicle at the intersection of Nicolet Street and Fay Street, where the vehicle struck a parked vehicle and came to rest against the curb. Officers arrested the driver of the vehicle and located evidence associated with the crime. (Arrest Information was not available at the time of this posting). If anyone has any information about this case, please contact the On-Duty Watch Commander at 951-769-8500. Information can also be provided anonymously by email at or at

Be RAIN READY: If you need help preparing for the storm sand bags are available at the Beaumont Civic Center, see link for details.

Non-injury, solo vehicle fire that occurred today in the area of Tukwet and Palmer.

The Beaumont Police Department held a ceremony yesterday, January 2, 2018, to swear in a new member to the department. The Beaumont Police Department would like to welcome Officer Rollings to the City of Beaumont. Officer Rollings is a recent graduate from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Academy and started her career with the Upland Police Department, as well as volunteered for the San Bernardino County Coroner’s office. We are excited to introduce Officer Rollings to the City and hope you will welcome her to Beaumont!

Wishing you and yours a very happy 2018!

If you plan to toast to the new year, plan a ride home. Don't wreck the new year with a pour decision!

Update to our story from last week. All of the animals that were taken in by Animal Control have all been placed with families or rescues. Thank you to everyone who shared the story and helped to get all of these animals on their way to permanent, loving, fur-ever, homes! If you are thinking about bringing home a new pet, please consider adoption, there are many loving animals who are sitting in shelters and rescues looking for a place to call home. #adoptdontshop For more information on how to adopt, you can contact Ramona Humane-Society at 951-654-8002.

Ho...Ho...Ho...Merry Christmas from K9 Mila!

From the Beaumont Police Department family to yours. We wish all of our residents and visitors a very safe and Merry Christmas!

Santa called and asked if the Beaumont Police Department could assist him with a delivery this morning. He had heard about a special family that needed some help this holiday season, so officers loaded up some gifts and off they went! Santa wanted to make sure these great boys would have something special to open on Christmas morning, so BPD made sure we got the presents to them safe and sound! Lots of smiles and Christmas cheer for this sweet family for the holidays.

While getting together with friends and family for the holidays don't drink and drive. Plan ahead so you and your loved ones can enjoy the holidays safe and sober!

***Update to this story. All of the animals that were taken in by Animal Control have all been placed with families or rescues. Thank you to everyone who shared the story and helped to get all of these animals on their way to permanent, loving, fur-ever, homes! Dogs in Need of Homes On Tuesday, December 20, 2017, Beaumont Animal Control was dispatched to a call in the 1200 block of Beaumont Avenue to check on the welfare of an animal in that location. While Animal Control Officers were out at the location they observed two dogs that were running loose. ACO attempted to assist the dogs, but the dogs were able to get away and ran back to a residence on Beaumont Avenue. Animal Control Officers made contact at that residence and found a family living in the home with approximately 27 dogs and 3 cats. Due to the condition of the home, the amount of animals living in the home and the children that were also located, Animal Control Officers requested the assistance of Beaumont Police Officers to conduct an investigation into the welfare of the family. While at the location officers determined that four adults and four children were residing in the home, the ages of the children ranged from 3 to 14 years of age. The conditions of the home were so poor that the children, animals and adults had been living with animal feces and urine throughout, including their sleeping and eating areas, creating a health and safety hazard for everyone, especially the children. Beaumont Police Department requested the assistance of Child Protective Services (CPS) to assess the safety of the children. The owner of the dogs agreed to sign over all of the animals to the Animal Control Officers and all 27 dogs and 3 cats were transported to the Ramona Humane Society for adoption. Due to the overwhelming amount of animals that were impounded and received by Ramona Humane-Society, we would like to ask that any residents who might have room in their hearts and homes to open up to a new pet, would consider adopting one of these animals and giving them a new home for the holidays. For information on how to help or adopt one of the animals impounded yesterday, please contact the Ramona Humane Society directly by dialing 951-654-8002.

The Beaumont Police Department held a ceremony today to swear in a new member to the department. The Beaumont Police Department would like to welcome Officer Romero to the City of Beaumont. Officer Romero comes to the City of Beaumont with 13 years of Law Enforcement experience, serving with San Bernardino Police Department, Riverside County Sheriff and Riverside Police Department. We are excited to introduce Officer Romero to the City and hope you will welcome him to Beaumont!

Arrest: Suspicious Person During the late night hours Officers of the Beaumont Police Department responded to a suspicious person call in a residential area of Beaumont. Callers reported a suspect in the 1500 block of Amaryllis who was seen removing Christmas lights and decorations from residents who worked hard to set up Christmas displays for all the children of Beaumont to enjoy. Residents confronted the suspect who dropped the stolen goods, but claimed he would be back to steal Christmas cheer! The suspect, knowing that his attack had failed to remove the resident’s Christmas spirit, instead concocted a plan to steal all of their presents while they were sleeping. The suspect created a Santa suit and sleigh with his own dog Max as a "reindeer". Dispatchers received calls that the suspect was seen flying around Beaumont, stealing all of the Beaumont resident’s Christmas gifts. Officers set up a perimeter and with the assistance of 40 King, and K9 Mila; the suspect was located and apprehended without incident. All property was returned to the Beaumont residents and Christmas was saved. The suspect was booked into jail and his dog Max was taken into custody by Animal Control. Beaumont Police Department saved Christmas! Attached is a booking photo of the suspect.

Tomorrow! Don’t forget! The City Council recently adopted new fees for animal licensing. These fees will go into effect as of January 7, 2018. In an effort to assist residents who have not yet licensed their animals, the Animal Control Services Division will be holding a licensing and microchipping clinic on Saturday, December 16, 2017, from 9am-12pm. This clinic will NOT be offering low-cost vaccinations, this event is just to license and microchip your animal. If your animal has a current rabies vaccination, is spayed/neutered and microchipped, you are eligible to receive a lifetime license. This license is $8.00 and valid for the life of your pet, provided you keep your rabies vaccination updated. Hurry and get your animal licensed now to avoid further fees and penalties for not having a licensed animal. Beaumont Animal Control serves the cities of Banning, Beaumont and Calimesa.

Here's a fun video of our 2017 Shop with a Cop event. This is a great program where the department and officers give back to the community and to some very deserving kids. Enjoy!

If you’re hearing sirens in the city it’s Beaumont and Banning PDs escorting kids to the 2017 Shop with a Cop at Walmart🎅🏼🤶🏼🎄🚔🚨

The current winds and fires serve as a reminder for residents to always be prepared for an emergency. Your safety is our top concern and that’s why the City of Beaumont and Beaumont Police Department have implemented a state-of-the-art emergency notification system. This system enables us to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods. You may also opt-in to receive information from various City of Beaumont Departments, such as Transit, Community Services, City Hall, etc. Learn more and register by visiting If you live or work in the Riverside County areas, you can also sign up for emergency alerts through the county of Riverside at The CAL FIRE App is also available in popular APP stores. The app will give you real time notifications and maps that inform you about fire incidents happening throughout the State of California. For more information visit their website at

Suspicious Circumstances On Wednesday, December 6, 2017, at approximately 2:41pm, Beaumont Police Department received a suspicious circumstances call for the 1400 block of Cherry Avenue. The caller reported that a juvenile, age 11, was contacted by a female while walking home from school. The female reportedly asked the juvenile a question and then attempted to pull the child towards an unoccupied parked vehicle. The juvenile was able to break free and run to a family member’s home nearby. Officers immediately responded to the location and attempted to locate the subject and vehicle, however they were unable to contact anyone matching the description. The juvenile victim identified the subject as an estranged family member and detectives are currently attempting to locate that person for questioning. There is a rumor that is being circulated on social media suggesting that this incident was believed to be an attempted stranger abduction and warning parents with children attending Beaumont Unified Schools. However, this rumor is unfounded. If anyone has any information about this case, please contact the On-Duty Watch Commander at 951-769-8500. Information can also be reported anonymously at or via our website at

STRONG WIND WARNING WIND Warnings and TIPS from Southern California Edison: Strong and Prolonged Santa Ana Winds to Blow Through SoCal SCE has additional crews on standby, reminds customers to never approach or touch downed power lines and call 911. Strong Santa Ana winds with gusts up to 70 mph will blow through Southern California starting today and are expected to last several days before subsiding later this week. The National Weather Service is calling this the “strongest and longest duration Santa Ana wind event we have seen so far this season” and has also issued Red Flag warnings for most counties in Southern California. High winds can sometimes damage power lines and equipment if hit by flying and falling debris. SCE reminds its customers to never approach or touch a downed power line or dangling wire or anything in contact with them — even if it appears not to be live — and to call 911 immediately. Traffic signals may be out so approach those intersections as four-way stops. “We will be closely monitoring the wind conditions this week and SCE has crews ready to respond in case of any additional outages or possible downed wires,” said Jim Cherrie, SCE director of Grid Operations. “We want to make sure we are ahead of this Santa Ana event.” If power outages occur due to high winds, the extreme conditions may necessitate longer restoration times. When the National Weather Service calls for Red Flag warnings, disconnected electric circuits will not be automatically re-energized by SCE in high-fire areas. Instead, SCE will physically patrol and inspect the lines before they are re-energized. SCE is currently reviewing scheduled maintenance outages in areas that may be affected by high winds and Red Flag warnings this week. During extreme weather, SCE looks at maintenance outages on a case-by-case basis and factors such as public safety and reliability needs are considered. Customers may report or inquire about outages at 800-611-1911 and get the latest information using the SCE outages app at Customers can also get the latest information by visiting or at and SCE Safety Tips in High-Wind Conditions: • Remember to check emergency supplies to be sure you have a battery-operated radio, a flashlight and fresh batteries. Do not use candles for lighting as they pose a fire hazard. • If you’re in a vehicle with a fallen power line on it, stay in the vehicle and remain calm until help arrives. It is OK to use your cellphone to call 911. If you must leave the vehicle, remember to exit away from downed power lines and exit by jumping from the vehicle and landing with both feet together. You must not touch the vehicle and the ground at the same time. Then proceed away from the vehicle by shuffling and not picking up your feet until you are several yards away. • Water and electricity don’t mix. Water is an excellent conductor of electricity. Do not step in or enter any water that a downed power line may be touching. • If you use a generator, place it outdoors and plug individual appliances directly into it, using a heavy-duty extension cord. Connecting generators directly to household circuits creates “backfeed,” which is dangerous to repair crews. Please consult the manufacturer’s manual for operating the generator. • Do not use any equipment inside that is designed for outdoor heating or cooking. Such equipment can emit carbon monoxide and other toxic gases.

High winds are expected in the Pass Area throughout the week. The fire danger is high along with the possibility of downed trees and power lines. To report issues throughout the city you can contact our non-emergency line at 951-769-8500.

Baker 2 Vegas Fundraiser Members of the Beaumont Police Department will be competing in the 2018 Baker 2 Vegas Law Enforcement Relay Race in March. The team is raising funds to attend this event and are selling t-shirts to help with some of the costs. The t-shirts are available Mon.-Fri. from 7am-5:30pm at our Records window, located at 660 Orange Avenue, in Beaumont. The cost is $20 and are available in sizes S-2XL. If you would like to support our team, stop by and pick up one of of these awesome shirts! The Baker to Vegas Relay is the most “positive” event offered to law enforcement officers today. It gives them a reason to maintain a physical fitness program so as to help them better perform their duties. Over the 20+ years the Challenge Cup/Baker to Vegas Relay has been in existence, hundreds of thousands law enforcement personnel have tread across the desert in the intense 120 mile course from the City of Baker, California, to the Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The original ideals of the race continue: teamwork, camaraderie, physical fitness and competition. Today it is the largest law enforcement event of its kind in the World with teams participating from Calgary Canada, RCMP both men and women, Berlin and Hamburg Germany and law enforcement teams throughout the United States. The Annual Challenge Cup/Baker to Vegas Relay is scheduled to take place in Las Vegas, March 17-18, 2018. Beaumont Police Department has competed in prior years and looks forward to representing Beaumont again this year! We thank you for your support and check back with us in March as we will be covering some of the event through our Social Media.

Police Department Updates 11-27-2017 Over the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend, Officers conducted extra patrol of our retail shopping centers to provide high visibility patrol to reduce the potential for holiday related crime. On Sunday, November 26, 2017, Beaumont Police Department Officers contacted a subject in the 1100 block of East 6th Street. The subject was attempting to sell a new drill set in front of the location. Officers recognized the subject from earlier in the day when he was seen at the Home Depot on 2nd Street Marketplace. Richard Gardner, age 36, of Beaumont admitted to stealing the drill set from Home Depot and attempting to resell it. Officers placed Gardner under arrest for possession of stolen property and violation of Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS). Gardner was also on active probation for possession of a stolen vehicle. Gardner was booked at the Smith Correctional Facility. Shoppers reported being grateful for the extra police presence over the weekend and felt that the extra patrol led to a safer Black Friday shopping experience for all of our residents and visitors.