The Juno Beach Police Department offer the following FREE Community Based Initiatives below:
Coffee with a Cop:
The Juno Beach Police Department has a series of community meetings on the first Wednesday of the month called, “Coffee with a Cop.” These informal events are opportunities for Juno residents to speak one-on-one with Juno Beach officers and ask questions about crime and quality-of-life issues in their neighborhoods or on the roadways.
Bicycle Safety Program:
Have you seen Juno Beach Police Officers on Ocean Drive, the intersection of US Highway 1 and other locations thru-out town? The Juno Beach Police Department has partnered with the Department of Transportation to increase bicycle and pedestrian safety and awareness. Our police officers will be sharing bicycle safety information, bicycle lights, packs and helmets to our residents and visitors to our community.
The Juno Beach Police Department is proud to introduce “Project Heartbeat,” the latest program designed to provide the highest level of safety and service to the Juno Beach community. “Project Heartbeat” is a new initiative designed to promote the deployment of Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs) throughout our community and to receive CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) certification training.
The Juno Beach Police Department is offering CPR/AED certification classes at Town Center. For more information and to sign up for upcoming classes, please contact our Community Policing Officer by calling 561-656-0351 or click here to send an email.
Offered FREE to local businesses and residents in the town. The purpose is to determine existing physical and procedural weaknesses in order to reduce or eliminate exposure to criminal opportunity. To contact our Crime Prevention Officer click here.
Neighborhood Watch: Our Community Policing Officer will be happy to meet with you and your neighbors to explain the procedure for developing a Neighborhood Watch in your neighborhood. You may contact our Community Policing Officer by calling 561-656-0351 or click here to send an email.
National Night Out is designed to:
1. Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police community partnerships.
2. Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness.
3. Generate support for, and participation in, local anti-crime programs.
4. Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.