Beverly City Police Department
The Beverly City Police Department is proud to announce a new initiative in our crime prevention program. Starting in September 2015 the department implemented a new Community Watch Program (CWP). This is how it works. If you see something suspicious…call. Don’t expect that someone else has already made the call. You may remain anonymous by telling the dispatcher you do not want to give your name. Also we are asking residents with video surveillance cameras to register with us because video is one of the best methods of apprehending criminals and convicting suspects who are caught in the act of committing a crime.
POLICE ALERT #1 – IRS SCAM - We have several residents who have been receiving calls from someone stating they are from the IRS. The IRS WILL NOT call you on the phone. This is a SCAM. Here are some points to remember:
Do not follow their instructions. Hang up!
Do not withdraw any money from the bank.
Do not send any money orders, debit cards or gift cards.
Call (609) 747-4083 to report these activities.
POLICE ALERT #2:
Please make sure to lock your vehicles when unattended. There have been several vehicles in our area and surrounding communities that have been entered and valuables stolen. Never leave purses, wallets, money, keys and other valuables inside your vehicle.
Community Watch Update: New Video Surveillance Camera Registration Form. Please click here.
Beverly Community Watch Contact Information
To report Suspicious Activity….609-267-8300
If you have a tip about a crime or criminal activity in your area, please call (609) 747-4083. ALL calls are kept confidential.
Have you witnessed a crime or other illegal activity? Email your tips to TIPS@thecityofbeverly.com. All information will remain confidential.