Now that the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the State of Florida have eased their restrictions and provided new guidance on small group gatherings, the Town of Juno Beach has decided to reinstate the very popular "Coffee With A Cop" event that takes place on the first Wednesday morning of every month.

On Wednesday, June 2nd, Chief Smith, along with some of his Officers will welcome residents, business owners and guest to the patio of the Town Hall for coffee and donuts (sponsored by Dunkin) - along with an informative review of police activities over the past few months in the Town of Juno Beach.

The Chief will also take a moment to remember one of our Coffee With A Cop regulars, who left us during the pandemic, and to recognize a gentleman who has received the Police Department's Community Partnership Award for 2020.

To welcome everyone back, the Chief has decided to put on a display of the new equipment that the agency has acquired over the past year as a result of grants from the Juno Beach Police Foundation.

Come out and Join the Chief, his Officers, members of the Juno Beach Police Volunteers, and representatives of the Juno Beach Police Foundation for a lively and sure to be enjoyable morning.    Jun 2, 2021 @ 9:30 AM - we look forward to seeing you there!



The 48th Walker Cup, a biennial event recently held at the Seminole Golf Club on the weekend of May 7th and 8th was a highly enjoyable event for both participants and spectators.

Our Juno Beach Police Officers were there all three days of the event (including the practice day on May 6th) to help ensure the safety of all in attendance. A special thank you to the Jupiter Police Department for the services of their K9 Officers and to our own Juno Beach Police Volunteers.


The abundant sunshine and a steady breeze off the Atlantic Ocean made the Seminole hosted tournament an exceedingly fun event. “It was a great weekend of golf,” said Police Chief Brian Smith, an avid golfer himself.

Several pieces of equipment funded by the Juno Beach Police Foundation including the Drone, Golf Car, ATV, and the Beach Patrol Vehicle were all deployed over the weekend in support of this major event in the Town of Juno Beach.

If you have not been to the Seminole Golf Club, Click here to take a tour of all 18 holes at Juno Beach's majestic golf course, one of golf's most exclusive enclaves.


Major Paul Fertig tells us that Bank jugging is a regional crime that has recently started occurring in Palm Beach County.


Here are some actions you can take to prevent becoming a victim of bank jugging:

Be familiar with your surroundings. Suspects typically watch the bank and/or ATM machine to see what their potential victim is withdrawing. If you observe a person loitering near a bank of ATM machine, do not confront them. Call the Police.

Look in your rearview mirror to see if someone is following you from the bank/ATM. If you suspect someone is following you, keep driving, call 9-1-1 and follow their directions.

Do not flash your cash. If you withdrew money, keep it out of sight.

Take your cash with you. Criminals are hoping you'll leave the cash in the car for an easy theft.

When in doubt, be safe and call the Juno Beach Police Department at 561-799-4445 or 561-799-4446.

Our Annual Campaign Continues into 2021
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