Boynton Beach Police Department

  • Agency: Boynton Beach Police Department
  • Address: 100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd., Boynton Beach, 33435 FL
  • Chief: G Matthew Immler (Chief of Police)
Phone: 732-8116
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Boynton Beach Police Department is located at 100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd., Boynton Beach, 33435 FL. The Chief of Police of the department is G Matthew Immler. The Boynton Beach Police Department phone number is 732-8116.

Boynton Beach Police Department News

Officers Solomon, Jennings, Cardenas, Vazquez, Montoute and Donnino representing BBPD at the Peace in the Park basketball game tonight at Sara Sims Park! #bbpdpride 💙

‪Proud to be part of today’s Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise money and awareness for Special Olympics Florida. #bbpdpride 💙

No criminal charges will be filed against the parents of a 4-year-old boy found in the Clipper Cove apartment complex this morning. The investigation has determined that this was accidental. The family moved into the apartment on Southern Cross Lane yesterday. They went to sleep, and it appears that the child woke up, was confused about where he was, and wandered outside. He was discovered around 2:30 a.m., by someone who saw him standing outside the building. Officers knocked on the front door of every apartment in Clipper Cove but were unsuccessful in locating the child’s parents. The child’s grandmother called 911 after seeing his photograph on the news. A teacher also recognized the child she saw on the TV and called his mother. Family members came to the police department, where they were reunited with the child. Officers then brought him back to his home. The investigation did not find any signs of neglect in the home. The Department of Children and Families was notified per protocol. We would like to thank the media for getting this information on air and online so quickly because it played a pivotal role in reuniting this child with his parents. We would also like to use this opportunity to encourage parents to put a chain lock at the top of the front door to prevent a young child from going outside in the middle of the night.

UPDATE 6:09 am - ‪A family member saw this on the news and is heading to the PD now. Thank you to all media partners for pushing out so quickly. More to come. ‬ ‪ HAPPENING NOW: Nasir, 4, was found in front of a building in the Clipper Cove Apt complex around 2:30 a.m. We’re trying to locate his family. Officers have knocked on every door in the neighborhood but have not found where he lives. If you recognize him, call police immediately.‬

‪Sgt. Jean and Officer Loshelder represented the #BBPD today at the funerals of Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Noel Ramirez and Deputy Taylor Lindsey. Rest In Peace, brothers. 🖤💙🖤‬

‪Congratulations to our Officers of the Month - Officers Eichorst, Donnino and Montoute - who were honored by the Kiwanis Club of Boynton Beach today. #bbpdpride 💙‬

Boynton Briefing - April 24, 2018

UPDATE 4/25/18 - This suspect has been identified. He saw his picture on social media and TV, and came to the police department last night to return the phone. Our investigation is ongoing and charges are still pending. Someone left their cell phone on the counter inside Marathon Gas, 302 W. Boynton Beach Blvd., on March 17. The man pictured here took it and now we're looking for him. What happened to finders keepers you ask? Not in Florida. It's considered theft to take lost or abandoned property - and in this case it was theft of a Samsung Galaxy X6 Edge Plus, so that's a third-degree felony based on the price tag of the phone. Cal us at 561-732-8116 or Palm Beach County Crime Stoppers at 800-458-TIPS if you can ID the suspect. You can remain anonymous.

Thank you Lakeland Police Department for hosting the Florida Association for Police Explorers Delegates Training. This was the first time our police explorers attended the training, and they enjoyed every minute. #bbpdpride

ATTN PARENTS: This Saturday - #FREE event to help you jump start Kindergarten! 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. at St. John Missionary Baptist Church. Call 369-2323 for more info. BRIDGES The School District of Palm Beach County Pathways To Prosperity - P2P Children's Services Council of Palm Beach County Forest Park Elementary School Galaxy E3 Elementary School, Poinciana STEM Elementary Magnet School, Rolling Green Elementary School

Boynton Briefing - April 20-23, 2018

If you buy or sell items via mobile apps such as OfferUp, letgo and Facebook Marketplace Community, use our lobby to conduct the transaction. Our doors are open 24/7/365. There is no safer place to do it. #bbpdpride

A statue honoring Boynton Beach Police K9 Officer Joseph Crowder was unveiled at a dog park named in his memory. The Crowder Dog Park at 800 Renaissance Commons Blvd. N is named for Officer Joseph Crowder, a 14-year veteran of the Boynton Beach Police Department who died in December 2016.

We are aware of this alert circulating on social media, however, no one has reported it to us. We ask that anyone with information please call us at 561-732-8116. We would like to remind the public that we take situations like this very seriously and encourage you to immediately call 911 if you see something suspicious or believe that your safety is in jeopardy.

Things to do today...add our non-emergency number 561-732-8116 as a contact in your phone to report incidents that are not life-threatening or in-progress! #bbpdpride

STOP!!! Before you buy that gift card...think for a minute. 🤔 Are you here to buy a gift card because someone called alleging you owe money? Remember that law enforcement will never call for money to bond a loved one out of jail, and the IRS will never ask for gift cards to pay your taxes. If something doesn't sound right, please call us before giving money to anyone!

Make your mom proud & donate essential care items to women fleeing from domestic violence. We've teamed up with Two Men and a Truck Boynton Beach to collect items through Mother's Day in our lobby, 100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd. Items will be donated to AVDA - Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Inc. #bbpdpride

Our incredible Police Explorers took part in a law enforcement challenge yesterday in Martin County where they put all their skills to the test in real life scenarios. They worked so hard and we are beyond proud of them. We will find out where they placed next month. Special thanks to their amazing advisors, Officer Smith, Officer Sohn and Officer Martens! #bbpdpride 💙

Det. Labbe was honored as Officer of the Year at a luncheon today put on by Palm Beach County Victim Services. Described by his supervisor as a "silent soldier," Det. Labbe is calm and genuine when working with victims. They recognize that he is there to help them and perceive him to be trustworthy, caring and kind. His BBPD family knows that to be true! Det. Labbe was joined today by previous winners of this distinguished award, Sgt. De Los Rio, Det. Raftery and Det. Joseph, as well as Acting Chief Harris, Captain Burdelski, Sgt. Murphy and Victim Advocates Barbie Rodriguez Marrero and Josie Villamil. #bbpdpride

Your mother is very proud!!! Just a week into our campaign for women seeking emergency shelter from domestic violence situations and all 5 boxes in our lobby are almost filled up. Let's fill up even more boxes! Now through Mother's Day, essential items like shampoo, toothpaste, body wash, deodorant, diapers, wipes,and pacifiers can be dropped off in our lobby, 100 E. Boynton Beach Blvd. Everything will be donated to AVDA - Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, Inc. We've teamed up with Two Men and a Truck Boynton Beach on this important endeavor. #bbpdpride #makemomproud #moversformoms

Boynton Briefing - April 13, 2018

Blue pinwheels are outside HQ for the next month, standing for children in Palm Beach County who have been abused or neglected and need your help! Learn more at http://everyparentPBC.org/cap #ChildAbusePrevention BRIDGES Children's Services Council of Palm Beach County

Boynton Briefing - April 12, 2018

Update 10 pm: The roadway is now open. Police are investigating a traffic crash that injured a bicyclist tonight in the 2700 block of South Federal Highway. An elderly woman was riding her bicycle and was struck by a blue Nissan Altima. The driver of the Altima was not injured. The elderly woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition. The northbound lanes of South Federal Highway are shut down from the 2700 block to the 2300 block. Motorists should avoid the area for the next few hours.

Things to do today...add our non-emergency number 561-732-8116 as a contact in your phone to report incidents that are not life-threatening or in-progress! #bbpdpride