The Beverly Police Department is an organization comprised of professional men and women who are ethically and morally dedicated to providing the finest quality of law enforcement services to the citizens of Beverly. While maintaining respect for individual rights, human dignity, cultural diversity and community values, we pledge to sustain a working partnership with our community to protect life and property, and to maintain a safe and peaceful environment for all.
Mayor Michael Cahill announced today that the default speed limit on City of Beverly streets will be reduced from 30 mph to 25 mph, unless otherwise posted, effective February 17, 2017.
The Beverly Police Department and the Community Advisory Committee are seeking your assistance to select a Beverly Police Officer, who has contributed significantly to improving Issues of Public Safety or Quality of Life within the City of Beverly during the past year. To be awarded in June of 2017 at the Landmark School.
December 9, 2016: The Beverly Police began a campaign to combat intoxicated drivers. Beverly Police will be increasing patrols in an effort to identify and crackdown on impaired drivers. The initiative will continue through early January 2017.Press Release
The Beverly Police Department and the Beverly Police Relief Association will be sponsoring its eighteenth annual “Christmas Toy Drive” at the North Beverly Shopping Plaza on Saturday, December 10, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Press Release
The Beverly Police Department would like to remind our residents that every day is a scam day for those who prey on people. Millions are victimized yearly. Numerous scams including phony investment scams, foreign lotteries/sweepstakes, telemarketing fraud, Internet scams, and check scams are used, and the unscrupulous individuals soliciting you will try to take your money from you.Press Release
The Beverly Police Dept. will partner with the 202 eligible local Massachusetts law enforcement agencies and the Massachusetts State Police in the national U Drive. U Text.U Pay.mobilization to crack down on motorists who text while driving. The campaign, which combines traditional and innovative enforcement strategies, is funded by a federal grant administered through the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Highway Safety Division (EOPSS/HSD) from the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA). The mobilization begins on April 8, 2016 and continues through April 29, 2016.Press Release
The Beverly Police Department in partenership with the Beverly Health Department, Beverly Council on Aging and Beverly Hospital will be hosting a Medical Disposal Day on April 30, 2016 from 10:00am - 2:00pm. Disposal day will be held in the C.V.S plaza located at 65 Dodge Street.
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