Boca Raton Police Department

  • Agency: Boca Raton Police Department
  • Address: 100 NW Boca Raton Blvd, Boca Raton, 33432 FL
  • Chief: Dan Alexander (Chief of Police)
Phone: (561) 338-1234
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Boca Raton Police Department is located at 100 NW Boca Raton Blvd, Boca Raton, 33432 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is Dan Alexander. The Boca Raton Police Department phone number is (561) 338-1234.

Boca Raton Police Department News

Congratulations to Boca Raton Police Officer Dean Coviello who won the 2018 ASIS International Officer of the Year award today!

Today, Honor Guard members folded and presented a heirloom American flag to 20-year-old James S. Ricer IV in honor of his mother, Erica Leixner, who passed away in 2016. James’ grandmother, Lynda, reached out to the Boca Raton Police Department in hopes that someone would fold the flag and present it to her grandson because it belonged to his mother and was being passed down to him. Family members gathered as James, who recently joined the U.S. Air Force, was presented the flag by Officer Kresse, who is a U.S. Air Force veteran. We thank James for his service to our country, and may his memories of his mother give him peace and comfort.

In case you missed our announcement back in March...We are hiring for the position of Police Officer with a starting salary of $66,168. Complete benefits listed below. Join Boca's Team. Visit www.bocapolice.com and click the Employment link.

In just 10 minutes a car's temperature can increase by nearly 20 degrees-and it continues to rise #heatstroke http://bit.ly/1dtPS9M @

As the weather heats up and school is almost out for summer, kids will be spending more time in the water. Watch this video for tips on keeping your children safe around pools. Drowning Prevention Coalition of Palm Beach County

Shoutout to Tyler, known as “The Donut Boy” for his commitment to thank Police Officers across America by offering them their favorite treat... 🍩! Our Honor Guard team had the pleasure of meeting Tyler during Police Week! #NationalDonutDay #ActsOfKindness

Captains, detectives, officers, civilians from Boca Raton Police all rocking one sock today to support @missingkids efforts. #RockOneSock #missingchildrensday

BocaChief is rocking one sock...why? Every 40 seconds, a child is reported missing in the U.S. I’m rocking one sock to support @MissingKids and their efforts to reunite kids with their families. #MissingChildrensDay #RockOneSock

Stay safe this Memorial Day weekend. Sounds like we will be getting a lot of rain. Use caution on the roads, a lot of folks will out and about. Remember if wipers are on, headlights are on and no hazards/flashers while moving. Stay safe...and dry!

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We have been receiving calls from concerned parents regarding a robo call that went out from The School District of Palm Beach County regarding a threat at Omni Middle School. The Palm Beach County School District Police Department & Boca Raton Police Services Department investigated this threat thoroughly and determined there is no threat to students.

Last week, 13-year-old Mason learned it was Police Week by watching the news. He wanted to thank the Boca Raton Police Services Department for their hard work and dedication, so he told his family and started planning. Over the weekend, officers were surprised by the delivery of pizza, wings and salads by Mason, his sister Ava and his friend Balthazar! We are very thankful for the thoughtful and sweet gesture!

The Boca Raton Police Services Department will be participating in Buckle Up Florida’s Click It or Ticket Border to Border Operation May 21, 2018 through June 3, 2018. Remember: • Children 3 and under must be in a child restraint device. • Children 4 & 5 must be either in a child restraint device or a safety. • Passengers 6 -17 must be restrained by a safety belt in both the front and back seats of the vehicle. • All drivers must wear their safety belt. • All passengers must be restrained by a safety belt when riding in the front seat.

Fun times Sunday at Souvlaki Fast Spanish River for Gyro (Yee-ro) with a Hero...oomph!

FYI Quiet Zone begins May 30th for GoBrightline in Boca Raton. Brightline confirmed all supplemental safety measures required to establish a quiet zone have been installed and the Quiet Zone (reduced train horn area) for the City of Boca Raton will be effective starting May 30.