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

Congratulations to Sergeants Rayner De Los Rios, Gladys Cannon and Theresa Everett, who are recipients of the Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (FBI-LEEDA) Trilogy Award. They successfully completed FBI-LEEDA's Supervisor Leadership Institute, Command Leadership Institute and Executive Leadership Institute. We commend them on their dedication to professional development! #bbpdpride

Congratulations to Ofc. Grigorian, Det. Raftery and Dispatcher Clowes, our employees of the quarter. Each has gone above and beyond the scope of their duties these past three months. We are grateful for their dedication and service. Thank you to Bethesda Hospital East for giving us space to use in your conference center for our awards ceremony yesterday. We appreciate you being such incredible community partners. #bbpdpride

Boynton Briefing - Oct. 16, 2018

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We are proud to announce that today we swore in a new Boynton Beach Police Officer, Cara Cardarelli. In addition, we are sponsoring three recruits who started the police academy at Palm Beach State College today. Recruits Mario Gomez and Kareem Thomas participated in the Hiring Combine that we hosted in July. Recruit Lyndsay Flora has worked for the agency since 2007, first as a dispatcher and most recently as an administrative associate. Please join us in wishing all of them the best of luck in this next chapter of their lives! #bbpdpride

Local nurse Kimberly Jiminez was at a birthday party when a 2-year-old fell into a pool. She performed #CPR on the child and saved his life. Today, we honored her for her #heroism. Tune in to CBS 12 News at 5 p.m. to hear her story. #bbpdpride

Boynton Briefing - Oct. 12-15, 2018

We're proud to have pinned badges on this year's safety patrol students at Hagen Road Elementary School today. It's also a good day when we get to see our brother, retired #BBPD Officer Thomas, who now works for Palm Beach County School District Police Department! #bbpdpride The School District of Palm Beach County

On October 10, 2018 BBPD recovered a skimmer from the BP gas station located at 3510 W. Boynton Beach Blvd. The skimmer had the number 6 written on one side, which may indicate that there are at least five others attached to gas pumps or ATMs. To report further information regarding the skimmers please call Boynton Beach Police at 561-732-8116.

The defendant in this case, John Joseph O'Grady, 61, of Boynton Beach, was sentenced today to 4 months in prison and one year of supervised release, by U.S. District Judge Robin L. Rosenberg, after previously pleading guilty to falsely impersonating a Deputy U.S. Marshal. We join U.S. Attorney Ariana Fajardo Orshan in commending the U.S. Marshals and BBPD Officers Moreno, Martens and Felitti for their investigative efforts. A copy of the press release from the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Florida can be found at www.usdoj.gov/usao/fls #bbpdpride

Boynton Beach Police responded to the rear of 505 N. Railroad Avenue today at approximately 12:23 p.m. in reference to a fight in progress. While in route to the location information was received that a subject had been shot. Upon arrival it was determined that a fight had occurred and one of the subjects involved in the fight shot another subject. All parties remained on scene and the investigation is on-going. The person shot was transported to Delray Medical Center as a trauma alert and is currently in stable condition.

Boynton Briefing - Oct. 9, 2018

Boynton Briefing - Oct. 5-8, 2018

This morning, members of the BBPD and BBFD held an active shooter training exercise in the old City Hall. Here is a behind-the-scenes look at the training. Your City of Boynton Beach, Government public safety personnel are dedicated to working together to respond to any emergency situation. Training opportunities like this one are critical to our mission. #SaferBoyntonBeach #bbpdpride Boynton Beach Fire Rescue Department

Boynton Briefing - Oct. 5, 2018

Sign is up at our substation, 209 N Seacrest Blvd. This is where you got to get police reports, speak to a victim advocate and internal affairs, and conduct an OfferUp or letgo transaction. Hours are Monday - Friday from 8-5.

TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Northeast First Avenue will be closed to traffic at Seacrest Boulevard and Northeast First Street tomorrow from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. due to police and fire department training. Motorists should use Boynton Beach Boulevard or East Ocean Avenue as alternate routes. Thank you for your cooperation.

Since the beginning of this year, 49 guns have been stolen from cars in the City of Boynton Beach. The Boynton Beach Police Department is committed to working with gun owners to keep their firearms safe and out of the hands of criminals. We have a limited number of gun locks available to give away free of charge. If you live in the City of Boynton Beach, you can pick up a gun lock at our substation, 209 N. Seacrest Blvd., Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. A gun lock will prevent a criminal from being able to use the firearm, but it won't stop them from stealing the weapon. Please be a responsible gun owner and if you must leave your firearm in a car, make sure it is in a secured safe that is out of plain view. We also encourage you to write down the gun's serial number so that you can provide it to police if your firearm is ever stolen. Finally, lock your car doors. More than half of the guns stolen this year were from cars that had been left unlocked. The last thing you want is for your gun to be stolen and then used in a crime where someone is hurt or killed. The best crime prevention is YOU. #SaferBoyntonBeach

Traffic officers wrote 9 citations to drivers speeding in the school zone outside of Crosspointe Elementary School this afternoon. The highest speed was 44 mph. That's a $456 fine. REMEMBER: The speed limit is 20 mph when the yellow lights are flashing. Please #slowdown. The School District of Palm Beach County

Boynton Briefing - Oct. 4, 2018

Traffic officers wrote 9 citations to drivers speeding in the school zone outside of Freedom Shores Elementary School this afternoon. The highest speed was 49 mph. That's a $456 fine. REMEMBER: The speed limit is 20 mph when the yellow lights are flashing. Please #slowdown. The School District of Palm Beach County

Boynton Briefing - Oct. 3, 2018

Another successful #CoffeewithaCop event is in the books. Thank you to everyone who came out to chat with us. We loved meeting you. Special thanks to our friends at Starbucks for being the best hosts. #bbpdpride ๐Ÿ’™

How we all feel when we see K9 Harley! #bbpdpride #coffeewithacop ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿ’™

Happening now until 10 a.m. at Starbucks #coffewithacop