Beachwood Police Department

  • Agency: Beachwood Police Department
  • Address: 1600 Pinewald Rd # 1, Beachwood , 08722 NJ
  • Chief: John Wagner (Chief of Police)
Phone: 732-341-1242
Fax: 732-286-6022

Beachwood Police Department is located at 1600 Pinewald Rd # 1, Beachwood , 08722 NJ. The Chief of Police of the department is John Wagner. The Beachwood Police Department phone number is 732-341-1242.

Beachwood Police Department News

PA Trooper gunned down on traffic stop, he’s fighting for his life. We are praying for him. 🇺🇸

Pizza 🍕 on Wednesday to support the Berkeley Township Police Sergeant who suddenly died on duty.

Great Job Beachwood Fire Department! Hats off Lieutenant, thank you for your effort and dedication to not only the cause, but Beachwood as well.

Our hearts are with the Berkeley Township Police during this extremely difficult time. You shall never be forgotten Sarge. 👮🏻‍♀️💙🖤💙

CRASH INVESTIGATION: Double Trouble Road. On November 3rd at approximately 4:30 am Ptl. Dennis Allen was on patrol when he observed a flash of light and heard what he believed to be a transformer explosion near Double Trouble Road. Ptl. Allen began to check the area and located a crash involving a single vehicle, Dump Truck, into a utility pole. The driver, 45 year old male from Toms River, left the roadway and struck a utility pole before coming to rest in the woods adjacent to the Garden State Parkway. Ptl. Allen along with other Beachwood Officers called for emergency services to the scene. The driver was treated by the Bayville First Aid Squad and Monoc Paramedics at the scene. The driver was transported to Community Medical Center where he was treated and released. The events leading up to the crash are still under investigation by Traffic Safety Officer Dennis Allen who is assisted by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office and the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department (CSI).

RIP Sarge..🇺🇸

BEACHWOOD POLICE: We are a participating agency. See details below...share share share 🇺🇸

OFFICER DOWN: Camden County Metro PD, Camden County, NJ. A Police Officer was shot last night, praying for a speedy recovery! 🇺🇸

HERO 🇺🇸 NYPD

Another successful year trick or treating with the kids of Beachwood. We would like to thank PBA #253 and the Zaker Family for the candy donations to make this possible. We would also like to thank the CERT team and the Beachwood Police Explorer Post #253 for the help. A big thanks to the Beachwood Volunteer Fire Department 🚒 for the hot chocolate and cool fire prevention information for the kids and parents set up at their fire station. 11 Beachwood Police Officers took part in this program and hit the streets last night to give out candy and above all kept everyone safe! Thank you to those who sent us photos (shown here). See you next year - Happy Halloween 🎃

#SOUTH Great Job! We caught these talented kids walking during treat or treating!

Once again the Beachwood Police will be out with candy for the kids. The candy was donated by Beachwood / Pine Beach PBA #253. Look for marked 🚔 police units for candy! As a reminder, please use bright colors and glow sticks. Drivers please use caution on the roadway and watch for darting children. Parents please make sure your children have costumes that don’t have restricted vision or those that cause tripping or falling. ⚠️ WARNING: watch your speed!! If you are caught speeding you will be issued a summons, be smart... We’re out there to make sure everyone is safe, looking forward to all the cool costumes! 👻Stay safe and have fun Beachwood. 🎃

Public Notice: Beachwood local ordinance establishes that a 9:00 pm curfew is in place from October 27th to November 1st. The curfew applies to anyone under 18 years of age unless accompanied by a parent or guardian. Thank🎃You-

PSA: The cold weather is rapidly approaching and animals will start to find refuge in your warm homes. Check your soffits and other home vents for any openings. This guy found his way in through a soffit that was not secure.

Parents please take a moment to discuss these tips with your children before they hit the streets for cavities.....wait, we mean candy🍭 .

Beachwood Police Department (Beachwood / Ocean County, NJ) Assault Arrest - On October 22, 2017 at approximately 3:00pm Beachwood Police Officers were dispatched to the area of the 100 block of Beachwood Boulevard for a possible assault. Upon the arrival of the responding officers there was no victim on scene and limited information available. Sgt. Melillo, Patrolman Bowden, and Patrolman Schena were the responding officers. As a result of the investigation a 22 year old male from Beachwood, Anthony Chalen, was charged with Aggravated Assault and Possession of Weapon for Unlawful purpose. The charges stem from a verbal altercation which turned physical. The victim, a 17 year old female, was at Beachwood Boulevard and Route 9 in a vehicle along with two other passengers when a verbal altercation occurred between the vehicle occupants and the suspect. As a result the suspect approached the vehicle and cut the victim on the side of the face and began to run off. The parties chased the suspect to the area on the 100 block of Beachwood Boulevard where they confronted the suspect. The victim then left the scene along with the occupants of her vehicle and the suspect fled to a store on the corner of Rt. 166 and Beachwood Boulevard where he was located by police. The victim drove to Community Medical Center where officers met her and took the report. The subject was lodged in the Ocean County Jail as a result of the charges. Anyone with information regarding this incident should contact Detective Allen Magory at 732-286-6000 ext. 191

We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Jake Holmes on this outstanding achievement of Eagle Scout. Jake received his Eagle badge from Troop 70 on Sunday during a ceremony. Chief Tapp was also on hand to congratulate Jake on his hard earned achievement. Not only is Jake one our extremely dedicated Police Explorers, he is also a Volunteer Firefighter. Well done Jake! The Police Explorer advisors were on hand to witness this experience and reported that it was an honor to be invited to be part of his day.

Harvest 🔥 Bonfire announcement:

This is the result of a driver not stopping for a RED Traffic signal: Birch & Surf: Today the driver of the maroon suv, shown in the photo, was transported to the emergency room for minor injuries by the Beachwood First Aid Squad. A Blue Nissan, not shown, failed to stop at the Red traffic signal. The driver of the Nissan, a New Egypt man, was issued summonses at the scene. We were assisted by the Beachwood Fire Department who remained on scene for fire protection and scene safety.