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Foundation Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the Juno Beach Police Foundation was held on April 29th. Due to the pandemic restrictions, members met in a virtual format via video conference.  Chief of Police Brian Smith and Major Paul Fertig were on duty and joined from the Juno Beach police station.

Six members of the Board were reelected to serve a two-year term:

• Dawn Hoffman
      - Hoffman Partners
• Jon Luther
      - Dunkin Brands (retired)
• Dr. Joseph Rooney
      - Palm Beach Kennel Club
• Paul Rothstein
      - CopyTech Printing (retired)
• Lewis Wheeler
      - Rapidigm, Inc. (retired)
• Chief Brian Smith
      - (Advisory Board Member)

The newly elected officers of the Police Foundation are as follows:

• President - Thomas Murphy
     - IBM Corporation (retired)
• Vice President - Lewis Wheeler
     - Rapidigm, Inc. (retired)
• Secretary - Dr. Joseph Rooney
     - Palm Beach Kennel Club
• Treasurer - Jon Luther
     - Dunkin' Brands (retired)

Denise Quimby Elected to Foundation Board

At the Annual Meeting, the Juno Beach Police Foundation elected Ms. Denise Quimby to its Board of Directors.

Denise Quimby Ms. Quimby is an attorney with nearly two decades of experience in all aspects of civil litigation. Denise has practiced extensively in the state and federal courts of California and Illinois.

In addition to her law practice, Denise provided free legal services and acted as Guardian Ad Litem on behalf of low income Chicagoans. In 2013, she was chosen as a finalist for the Public Justice Trial Lawyer of the Year Award for her work on a nursing home fraud case.

Denise and her husband Collins moved to Juno Beach in 2015. Since then, she has been very active in the community, serving on the Steering Committee of the Juno Beach Property Owner’s Association and as a member of the Juno Beach Civic Association.

Outside of the law, Denise enjoys golf, tennis and gardening. She also participates in the Order of Malta’s Prison Ministry Pen Pal Program.

SaferWatch App

Chief Smith recently told the Board of Directors  that the Police Foundation funded "SaferWatch" smartphone app has been used quite extensively during the Covid "Stay-At-Home directive. Officers have received and responded to several tips from residents during the lockdown.


SaferWatch is a web and mobile based security system that empowers users to report an incident as they see it happening or submit a tip at a later time. SaferWatch provides real-time two-way communication with our Juno Beach Police Department.

Census 2020

The time is now. Help shape your future, and your community's future, by responding to the 2020 Census.

The 2020 Census is underway and the most important thing you can do is respond online, by phone, or by mail when you receive your invitation. The Census ensures that the Town gets its fair share of funding from state and local government - and those funds are then allocated to Town department - including the Juno Beach Police Department.

Most households received their invitation to respond to the 2020 Census between March 12 – 20. These official Census Bureau mailings will include detailed information and a Census ID for completing the Census online.

The Town of Juno Beach is urging all of our residents to respond to the Census. If you have any questions, you may contact a Juno Beach staff member at 561-626-1122 or e-mail us and we will help you answer any questions regarding the 2020 Census.

For more information about the census please pay a visit to the US Census Bureau website  at

Jack Kneuer
May 4, 1933 - April 8, 2020

We are saddened to learn of the passing of a major supporter of both the Juno Beach Police Department and the Police Foundation and a very active member of our local community.

Jack KneuerJack received the Town of Juno Beach Civic Person of the Year Award in 2013 and the Police Department’s very first Community Partnership Award in 2015. He was a former member of the Planning & Zoning Board of Juno Beach and a founding member of the Juno Beach Town Hall “Coffee Club.” Jack was also active in St. Patrick Catholic Church in Palm Beach Gardens as well as the Elks Club of Jupiter.

Always ready with a smile and an offer to help the Police in any way he could, Jack will be missed by his friends, neighbors and numerous Juno Beach residents.

Jack's life has ended, but his memory will remain with us.

Brush Fire Season

The Town of Juno Beach has asked us to remind residents that it is Brush Fire Season. The driest March in recorded history is causing concerns across South Florida, as many water utility directors are preparing for a drought.

It is strongly urged that all residents avoid fire pits, bonfires, and burning yard waste trash. Outside burning is not permitted. Also, as a safety precaution, please remove all dead plant materials located within 30 feet of your home.

If you have any questions, please contact the Town of Juno Beach Code Enforcement staff at (561) 626-1122.

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Meet Our Juno Beach  Officers:

Brian J. Smith
Chief of Police
Kevin Coppin
Paul R. Fertig
Jose Nunez
Ronald Ghianda
Augustus Chavez
Andrew Luscavich
Kevin Drummond
Calvin McGriff
John Fleming
Jeffrey Fitch
Michael Graham
Jorge Carvajal
Gregory Mullen

Christopher Shortell
Alyssa Grammatico
Admin Coordinator
James Kos
Police Services Spec.

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2018 Juno Beach Police Foundation

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803 Donald Ross Road, Juno Beach, FL 33408

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