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

RIP Gunny 🇺🇸


Stay safe out there!

Let’s take a moment to thank the often forgotten Dispatchers. We rely on them so much and without them you wouldn’t get your emergency calls answered. Dispatchers play such an important role in the emergency services system, from the moment the call is answered they jump into action. They offer a calming voice to someone screaming on the other end of the line and give life saving instructions to callers for many emergencies including, CPR, choking and child birth. 911 Dispatchers are truly the life line to not only the 911 callers, but to the men and women who wear the uniform, who respond to your call for help. We would like to take this time to thank our dedicated and often forgotten Ocean County Sheriff’s Dispatchers. Thanks for everything you do for us! #POLICESOUTH #OCSD 🖤💛🖤

Congratulations Kyle!! Great to see our Beachwood PD Alum out there doing it! #HEROSTATUS

Our Police Explorer Post had the opportunity to see the current recruits at the Ocean County Police Academy. This is a great way for the kids to see what it’s like should they decide to pursue a career in law Enforcement. Anyone who has ever walked (RAN! DOUBLE TIME!) into that gym will tell you, it’s earned never given!! We would like to thank the staff and Instructors at OCPA for the tour and even the PT/Marching instruction to the Explorers by the PT Instructors. Advisors- Beachwood Police Department

Distracted drivers put the phone down, we are out to help keep you alive! #putitdown #justdrive #safepassage #BWPD

Motivated Monday!!

From our families to yours, HAPPY EASTER 🐣 Stay safe out there!

We had fun today spending some time with our community! 🐰 We had the honor of escorting the Easter Bunny to Mayo Park for the annual Easter Egg Hunt. A special thank you to the Beachwood Recreation Department for making this event to be possible. 15,000 eggs were spread out at this event!!

The scammers use phone spoofing to make their number come up as "IRS," and they already have the last 4 digits of your Social Security number -- both of which lends them an air of legitimacy. Here are some of their other tactics to watch out for: *They use common names and fake IRS badge numbers. *They send bogus IRS e-mails to support their scam. *They call a second time claiming to be the police or department of motor vehicles, and the caller ID again supports their claim. You're told to submit payment either by wire or by prepaid debit card. So far, 1,000 people have been swindled out of $5 million, according to IRS officials. Know this: The IRS will *not* contact you by phone asking for money. They only contact you by postal mail if they want to get in touch with you. So if you get one of these calls, hang up the phone! If you know you owe taxes or you think you might owe taxes, Call the IRS at 1-800-829-1040. The IRS employees at that line can help you with a payment issue, if there really is such an issue. If you know you don’t owe taxes or have no reason to think that you owe any taxes (for example, you've never received a bill or the caller made some bogus threats as described above), then call and report the incident to the Treasury Inspector General Tax Administration at 800-366-4484. If you've been targeted by this scam, you should also contact the Federal Trade Commission and use their “FTC Complaint Assistant” at add “IRS Telephone Scam” to the comments of your complaint.

Our officers will be out aggressively enforcing distracted driving.

Put the phone down....

Tomorrow be sure to join us at the Beachwood Recreation’s Easter Egg Hunt.

Congratulations Steve! Thank you for your many years of dedication! We always appreciated you and your professional attitude. Enjoy your retirement bud. #POLICESOUTH

Day Shift came to support our Brothers & Sisters of Station 16. Thanks for the great food 🍳🥞☕️.

Congratulations to Patrolman Andrew Altman, our newest Police Explorer Advisor. We are excited to have Andrew join the program! Beachwood Police Explorer Post #253.

Postponed 🐰

We are extremely proud of our Police Explorers, they continue to impress us! We would like to thank the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department Communications Division for the tour. We would also like to thank Dispatcher Cody Jordan (far right) for the time he took with our explorers and explaining the vital role the Dispatchers play in any emergency. The explorers were brought to the Sheriff’s Department by Advisors, Patrolman Andrew Altman (far left) and Sgt. Frank Melillo.