Beaufort Police Department

  • Agency: Beaufort Police Department
  • Address: 1901 Boundary Street Suite 102, Beaufort, 29901 SC
  • Chief: Jeff Dowling (Chief of Police)
Phone: (843) 322-7900
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Beaufort Police Department is located at 1901 Boundary Street Suite 102, Beaufort, 29901 SC. The Chief of Police of the department is Jeff Dowling. The Beaufort Police Department phone number is (843) 322-7900.

Beaufort Police Department News

Good Morning Community, It has been reported in the Beaufort Gazette that there will be a Veterans’ Day parade in Beaufort on Sunday. I want to inform the community that there will be no Veterans’ Day parade in Beaufort this weekend. While there is no parade, there will be a Veterans’ Day ceremony held in the Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park on Sunday 11/11/2018 from 1 pm until 4 pm.

Come and join the Beaufort Police Department for the first ever Shop with a Cop event. We are excited to open this wonderful opportunity to all children 13 years of age and younger that live within the city limits of Beaufort. We want this opportunity to come together and show what the true holiday spirit is all about! One female and one male child's name will be drawn on December 7 at the Night on the Town event on Facebook live! The police department is excited to bring this event to the community and its most valuable asset, our local youth. The names that are drawn will take part in a shopping event on Saturday, December 22 with officers and the money collected from the members of the department. Don't be a Grinch and sign your child up today!! Forms are available at the Beaufort Police Department.

Please like and share to get these guys some exposure! Can you help us ID these shoplifters who were captured on surveillance footage stealing televisions from the Lady's Island Walmart on 10/28/18? They arrived and left together in the vehicle depicted here. If so, please call MSgt George Erdel at 843-322-7958, or the Anonymous Tip Line, 843-322-7938. You may also send us a Facebook message.

The Belk shoplifter we posted earlier in the week, seeking an ID, has been identified thanks to numerous tips. Latreece Davis, 34, of Burton, is wanted for shoplifting. If you have any information about this suspect's whereabouts, please contact us via the Anonymous Tip Line, 843-322-7938, or send us a Facebook message.

Congrats Jonah on finding one of our rocks. As a bonus, Jonah got to meet Missy yesterday!!!!

The Administrative staff of the Beaufort City Police Department have gone PINK for Breast Cancer Awareness month. Coming up next for No Shave November, we will be participating by wearing streaks of blue in our hair while the male officers put away their razors!

Thanks to all those who responded and called in tips regarding the Belk shoplifter who was posted earlier today. She has been identified and a warrant is pending for shoplifting.

The Beaufort Police Department will be participating in our second annual “No Shave November”. This is an event that allows male officers to grow their beards out and female officers place a blue streak in their hair if they donate to a worthy cause. This year the proceeds will be used to purchase toys for local children during the holiday season. We will also have a toy donation box in our lobby for anyone so inclined to donate a new unwrapped toy. Stay tuned to our page to see the before and after photos.

Our deepest condolences to the Florence County Sheriff's Office in the loss of one of their own, Investigator Farrah Turner. Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with Inv. Turner's family, friends and coworkers. Rest easy Inv. Turner, we've got the watch from here sister.

PLEASE SHARE. Can you help us ID this shoplifter? He was recently captured on surveillance camera footage stealing clothing items and Halloween costumes from Wal Mart. If you can identify him, please contact Officer Andrew Deer at 843-271-5702, the Tip Line at 843-322-7938 or send us a message on Facebook. You can remain anonymous.

Our deepest condoloences to the Florence Police Department in the loss of one of their own, Terrence Carraway. Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with Officer Terrence's family, the other injuried officers and their families, the Florence Police Department, and the Florence County Sherrif's Office. We've got the watch from here brother.

Just as a reminder, The City of Beaufort Police Department will host a Community Night Out event tonight from 5 pm – 8 pm. This free event will be held at Washington Street Park in Beaufort (1003 Washington Street). Beaufort City officers and the City of Beaufort hope the Beaufort community will come out and enjoy the fall evening with one another.

Congrats Jack on finding one of our rocks. As a bonus, Jack and his parents got to meet Missy yesterday!!!

Chris got to visit with Missy yesterday, after finding a BPD rock at the Waterfront Park.

Please share: Can you identify these shoplifting suspects? They have been captured on surveillance twice this month while shoplifting at the Beaufort Walmart. They left the store in the vehicle that is depicted here. If you have any information about these suspects, please contact MSgt George Erdel at 843-322-7958, or the Anonymous Tip Line at 843-322-7938.

Chief Clancy and the City of Beaufort Police Department would to congratulate Sergeant Michael Phelan for being selected as The Exchange Club of Beaufort 2018 Officer of the Year for his work and dedication with the United Community Task Force.

Beaufort Police to Host Community Night Out October 2nd The City of Beaufort Police Department will host a Community Night Out event on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018 from 5 pm – 8 pm. This free event will be held at Washington Street Park in Beaufort (1003 Washington Street). Beaufort City officers and the City of Beaufort hope the Beaufort community will come out and enjoy the fall evening with one another. The goal of this event is to raise public safety awareness, enhance community pride and strengthen relationships between police and residents. “We hope the residents of Beaufort will come out and spend some quality time with our officers,” said Chief of Police Matt Clancy. Free food and beverages will be available. The event will feature the Beaufort Police Department’s Special Operations Team, Bike Unit, and multiple specialized vehicles on display. A featured event will be a live vehicle extrication drill by the Beaufort Port Royal Fire Department, where residents can see what their local firefighters are able to do in the case of a trapped vehicle occupant. The City of Beaufort will be joined by other local law enforcement organizations and civic organizations. Exhibits Include: Beaufort Police Department Beaufort Port Royal Fire Department Fourteenth Circuit Solicitor’s Office University of South Carolina Beaufort (USCB) Public Safety South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Beaufort Housing Authority United Community Task Force Neighborhood Outreach Connection Boy Scouts of America

The Beaufort City Police Department hopes everyone is safe and sound no matter where Hurricane Florence took you. The city of Beaufort Administrative offices will resume normal business hours on Monday September 17, 2018. Should forecasted weather change, advisories will be posted accordingly. Have a safe weekend.

Jibri McNair, who was wanted for the murder of Stephon Chaplin that occurred on 9/8/18, surrendered today and was arrested. McNair was transported to Beaufort County Detention Center, where he awaits a bond hearing.