Millions of dollars continues to be slashed from department budgets across the city.
“Project Daily Encounter” set to begin July 18th.
Company says there may be fireworks floating in Intracoastal waterway. Public is asked to keep an eye out.
City leaders paid a special visit to kids and families hospitalized at St. Mary’s, and the kids got a rare, up close demonstration by the WPB PD K-9 unit.
For the second time, the court has dismissed the latest lawsuit filed by fired West Palm Beach police officer William McCray.
It’s a battle royale for bragging rights…and to support the Police Athletic League! This Saturday!
Fighting for more police, funding road improvements, and fighting against SR7 are among the hot topics on her agenda.
Mayor & Police Chief say it’s business as usual for the city’s upcoming events.
The City will begin talks to remain in the police radio consortium, as long as a more reliable technology is part of the discussion.
Judge calls portions of lawsuit improper and other portions confusing and irrelevant.
The West Palm Beach Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a boy that was found earlier today. CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS AND THE BOYS PICTURE
For release Thursday, January 31, 2013 Aggravated assaults, auto theft, burglaries and sex offenses down in 2012. Arson, homicide, larceny and robbery higher in 2012. (West Palm Beach, FL) – The City of West Palm Beach today released the crime statistics for 2012. The numbers showed a mixed bag of results, with both drops and increases […]
(West Palm Beach, FL) – Today the City of West Palm Beach released the proposed locations for future red light cameras in the city. The red light camera program received preliminary approval during the January 22, 2013 City Commission meeting. Because of the terms of the agreement between the city and red light camera company, […]
(West Palm Beach, FL) – West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio announced today a major lead in the murder case involving a south end neighborhood nanny. Amaria Grant was shot and killed while riding a bicycle along Olive Avenue in the south end of the city on December 22. Mayor Muoio announced today detectives have […]
Statement from West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio regarding today’s report on the Open Sky radio system by the Palm Beach County Office of Inspector General “The Office of Inspector General’s conclusions are exactly what I’ve been saying for over a year. As I’ve already made crystal clear, under my watch this city will […]
(West Palm Beach, FL) – Today the West Palm Beach Police Department announced plans to stage special operations to ensure the safety and security of holiday shoppers. Here is video of the announcement, followed by a list of important safety tips: Driving Avoid driving alone or at night. Keep all car doors locked […]
Outside Expert: Don’t Use Technology of Local Radio Consortium (West Palm Beach, FL) – The City of West Palm Beach will not be using the police radio technology adopted by a multi-city consortium. Today an outside expert hired by the City of West Palm Beach told Mayor Jeri Muoio and city commissioners he […]
On Saturday, October 27, 2012 downtown West Palm Beach will host the annual Moonfest event. There have been several changes to the event this year regarding access and age requirements. Make sure you have the latest info on Moonfest. Listen to today’s news conference: Below is a link to a map of the […]
Posted August 27, 2012 @ 4:45pm CITY FLOOD ALERT: Several areas of WPB experiencing heavy flooding. Use extra caution in the Villages on and around Village Blvd, Shenandoah Dr. & Saratoga Rd. DO NOT DRIVE THROUGH FLOOD WATERS. Western communities also flooding. WPB Utilities & Public Works taking steps to help water drain. Please obey […]
June 8, 2012 – West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio announced today the hiring of a new Chief to lead the City of West Palm Beach Police Department. Vincent Demasi, Assistant Chief with the City of Cincinnati Police Department, is a decorated law enforcement veteran with 8 years’ experience in an administrative leadership role. He […]
Statement by Mayor Jeri Muoio regarding candidates for WPB Chief of Police “On behalf of all the citizens of the City of West Palm Beach, I want to thank all six finalists who have offered to serve our city as the next Chief of Police. The safety and security of our residents have always been […]
To whom it may concern: The International Association of Chief of Police, Inc. (IACP) has been contracted by the city to conduct the search for the new Chief of Police On May 15 – 17, 2012 representatives from IACP will be visiting the City to conduct the interviews for the position of Chief of Police. […]
On Friday May 4, 2012 at approximately 11:30 p.m., West Palm Beach Police Department responded to 600 N. Rosemary Avenue, in reference to a report of Taxi Cab driver being shot. Upon arrival, units located Eliphete Simeon in his vehicle. Simeon later died of gunshot wounds. Anyone with information concerning the murder of Eliphete Simeon […]
The International Association of Chief of Police, Inc. (IACP) has been contracted by the City to conduct the search for the new Chief of Police. On January 18 & 19, 2012 representatives from IACP will be visiting the City to conduct meetings with citizens, neighborhood representatives, business leaders, City officials, and other City personnel. The […]
City of West Palm Beach Police Chief Delsa Bush submitted a letter today notifying Mayor Jeri Muoio that she would retire effective January 1, 2012. Chief Bush recently announced that she intended to retire and that she would finalize her plans and present them to the Mayor in October. The letter thanks Mayor Muoio for […]
West Palm Beach Police Chief Delsa Bush has appointed Captain Bryan Kummerlen to the position of interim Assistant Chief assigned to the Field Operations Bureau effective October 2, 2011. Captain Kummerlen is a 24 year veteran of the department and currently serves as Captain of Patrol, Division 1. Chief Bush has also appointed Captain Maria […]
The City of West Palm Beach will be installing multiple surveillance cameras that will cover the entire span from City Place down Rosemary to Clematis down to Flagler and the Waterfront. The city is also purchasing portable wireless cameras to use at special events and for placement as needed throughout the city. Officers can access […]
Wednesday, May 11, 2011 7:30 p.m. 101 North Flagler Dr. On the West Palm Beach Waterfront In front of the new Lake Pavilion The City of West Palm Beach will honor fallen peace officers and their families at this candlelight ceremony. This event will feature presentation of the colors, remarks from families of fallen officers […]
The City of West Palm Beach Police Department will be collecting unused or expired medication for safe disposal on Saturday, April 30, 2011 from 10AM-2PM. The collection site is 3111 South Dixie Highway.