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.
The Beverly Police Department and the Community Advisory Committee are seeking your assistance to select an Individual and/or a Group or Organization, 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 December 2014.
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
At approximately 1040 hours this morning, Beverly Police arrested Henry Delos Santos 46, of South Boston on charges of possession with intent to distribute Class B (cocaine), and on a city ordinance knife violation following an incident in the area of 801 Cabot Street.Press Release
On Monday, October 27, 2014, from 4p-7p, in conjunction with Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and in cooperation with the Beverly Police Department’s Domestic Violence Unit, North Shore Music Theatre will host an exhibit of the Silent Witness Project. The event is free, there will be a cash bar, and live entertainment. All are welcome.Press Release
Chief John LeLacheur and Safety Officer Sgt. Russ Rollins announce that Halloween will be celebrated on Friday, October 31st in Beverly. The Beverly Police suggest that children be allowed to trick-or-treat from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. only.
Beverly Police Arrested Miguel Peguero 20 of Lynn, on charges of possession with intent to distribute Class A (Heroin) Class B (Suboxone), refusing to identify self to police, disorderly conduct, violation of an abuse prevention order, and on 4 outstanding warrants following a traffic stop on Thorndike Street.
6/3/14: Beverly Police Officers Mark Panjwani and Matthew Marino assisted in the delivery of a Baby on Sunday evening at approximately 10:30pm. Officers Panjwani and Marino along with members of the Beverly Fire Department and Northeast Ambulance Service responded to a Hillcrest Avenue residence for a report of a woman in active labor. Upon arrival all personnel assisted in the delivery of a healthy baby.
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