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.
December 10, 2015: 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 2016.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 12, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Press Release
9/9/15: Beverly Police are warning residents of a troublesome trend that has been taking place recently in surrounding communities. Unregistered solicitors have been going door to door knocking on the front door, when no one answers, solicitors break-in using the back entrance. So far these incidents have been reported in Wakefield, Reading and North Reading with similar incidents being reported in Danvers and Wenham. The City of Beverly requires all solicitors to register with city hall. Residents are encouraged to contact the Beverly Police should they see suspicious activity, or solicitors.Press Release
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 2015 at the Landmark School.
Members of the Beverly Police Department Criminal Investigations Division arrested Ronald Rosario Macaluso 66, of Stoneham, Laura Muccini 51, of Salem, and Michael Stanger 57, No residence available on charges of trafficking Class A and conspiracy to violate drug laws. Macaluso was additionally charged with possession of Class B (cocaine) following an investigation.Press Release
During the upcoming holiday season the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission, in Conjunction, with the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security Highway Safety Division, will conduct "Operation Last Call" enforcement efforts at bars throughout the commonwealth to prevent the sale of alcoholic beverages to intoxicated persons. The operation will coincide with the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) Impaired Driving Crackdown, starting the night before Thanksgiving, continuing through New Year's Eve.Press Release
The Beverly Police Department is investigating a scam in which the caller identifies themselves as a member of the Beverly Police Department using the name of one of the department’s actual officer’s.Press Release
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