Helping to enhance the safety of Juno Beach

April 2, 2024 - Volume 7 Number 5

Juno Beach Welcomes A New Town Council

In the spirit of progress and community engagement, the Juno Beach Police Foundation extends its warmest congratulations to the newly elected members of the Juno Beach Town Council. We welcome Mayor Peggy Wheeler, Council Member DD Halpern, Council Member Jacob Rosengarten, and Council Member Diana Davis to their new positions. Additionally, we express our continued support for Council Member Marianne Hosta, whose dedication to our town remains unwavering.

The recent elections have showcased the vibrant democracy and active participation within our community. We commend Mayor Wheeler and Council Member Davis for their hard-fought campaigns, which sparked significant interest and brought forth an impressive turnout at the polls. Such enthusiasm underscores the shared commitment of Juno Beach residents to shape the future of our town.

As we embark on this new chapter together, the Juno Beach Police Foundation eagerly anticipates collaborating with the members of the Town Council. Our collective mission of "Helping to Keep Juno Beach Safe" resonates deeply with the vision and objectives of our newly elected officials. Together we are poised to uphold the values of safety, security, and community well-being that are central to the fabric of Juno Beach.

Mayor Wheeler, Council Member Halpern, Council Member Hosta, Council Member Rosengarten, and Council Member Davis, your leadership is vital to the continued prosperity of our town. Your dedication to serving Juno Beach is commendable, and we are confident that under your guidance, our community will thrive.

As we extend our heartfelt congratulations, let us reaffirm our commitment to working hand in hand towards a brighter, safer future for all residents of Juno Beach. Together, we can continue to make our town a shining example of unity, resilience, and progress.

Senior Safety Awareness Course to be Sponsored by Juno Beach Police Foundation!

We are thrilled to announce that starting this month and continuing through June 2024, the Juno Beach Police Department, in collaboration with the Juno Beach Police Foundation, will be hosting special courses dedicated to Senior Safety Awareness. These courses are designed to empower residents with essential knowledge and skills to safeguard themselves and their families.

Over the course of five weeks, residents at The Waterford Life Care facility will have the opportunity to participate in informative sessions led by various experts. These sessions will cover a range of topics including:

  • Insights from NorthComm, the 911 center handling Juno Beach emergencies.
  • Presentations by the State Attorney's Office and the Veteran's Administration.
  • Engaging Police K9 demonstrations.
  • Valuable advice from representatives of Palm Beach County Fire-Rescue.

  • The primary goal of the course is to equip attendees with the knowledge needed to recognize and avoid common scams and gain practical insights into protecting themselves and their loved ones. This will be accomplished through interactions with law enforcement officers, various community services, and local agencies.

    Upon successful completion of the course, the Police Department aims to extend this initiative to benefit other residents within the Town of Juno Beach, fostering a safer and more informed community. Stay tuned for further details on future course as they become scheduled.


    Coffee With A Cop, sponsored by the Juno Beach Police Foundation, will be held this month on April 3rd at 9:30 AM on the Town Hall Plaza (weather permitting) between the Town Center and the Juno Beach Police Department. Coffee and donuts will be available during the event.

    We invite you and your friends to a delightful morning that promises great conversations, warm smiles, an update by the Chief of Police, and the comforting aroma of freshly brewed coffee.


    The Juno Beach Police Department, with funding from the Juno Beach Police Foundation, is continuing its 2024 series of CPR and AED classes both at HOAs/COAs and at the Juno Beach Town Center.

    Upcoming classes are currently being planned for the Town Center. Classes will be made up of 15 residents under the instruction of Police Officer and certified CPR trainer, Brian Berlingo.

    For more information, please call the Juno Beach Police Department at (561) 626-2100 or email

    Juno Beach Police Foundation
    Thomas F. Murphy, President
    • Jack Luther, Vice President and Treasurer     • Joe Rooney, Secretary
    • Nelson Ferreira, Director • John Large, Director
    • Paul Rothstein, Director
    • Chief Brian Smith, Advisor • Major Mark Saloio, Advisor

    Administration Office
    803 Donald Ross Road
    Juno Beach, FL 33408
    Tel (561) 972-8660

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