Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety
is Currently Accepting Applications for
FULL TIME PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER
Applications will be accepted
until the position(s) are filled
Safety Officer Qualifications and Application
22nd, 2011 the Beverly Hills Department of
Public Safety launched a new Community Information
Service designed to deliver important and
timely information to residents in our area.
Using the latest technology, GovDelivery supplies
trustworthy and important neighborhood-level
public safety and community event notifications,
instantly sent to you by cell phone text message,
email, and/or web access. There is NO Spam
or Advertising. GovDelivery is completely
free (standard text message rates apply for
cell phone subscribers who do not have text
plans with their cell phone providers).
Learn more at www.govdelivery.com
or register directly at: https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/MIOAKLVBH/subscriber/new.
Share this information
with friends and neighbors to spread the word.
HAS REPLACED the NIXLE service used
at Beverly Hills since 2009.
If you wish to delete your Nixle account go
and follow the removal instructions.
now by clicking here.
BHDPS related video:
for EMERGENCIES !!!
PROGRAM OUR NON-EMERGENCY
NUMBER INTO YOUR CELL PHONE
As technology moves forward changes
are occurring in the way we handle everyday tasks.
One change is affecting the way the community and
the Department of Public Safety work together. That
change is the cell phone.
The Beverly Hills Public Safety
Department will be having introductory meetings
for the re-establishment of the Neighborhood Watch
program. The program is organized nationally by
the National Sheriff’s Association under
the title USAOnWatch. Locally the Beverly Hills
Public Safety Department will be assisting neighborhoods
in organizing and teaching citizens how to make
our community a safer environment.
(A BHDPS officer's association program)
The Beverly Hills Public Safety
Adopt-A-Senior program is designed to improve
the safety of seniors, provide assistance to those
in need, and forge friendships with those who
may live alone or are widowed. The program was
created by the police officers union and is administered
by officers and dispatchers. It is supported by
donations from the community.
If you know a senior who may be
in need of assistance or lives alone please contact
the Police Department to make a referral. Enrollment
in the Adopt A Senior Program is free and voluntary.
Donations are tax deductable and can be received
at the Beverly Hills Police Department care of
Beverly Hills Public Safety Adopt A Senior Program.
Contact Dispatcher Knoll or Rollins at 248-540-3400
or email Sergeant Shock at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or Officer Fisher at
AND FIRE ACTIVITY LOG
Take a look at what has been happening in the village.
This log is not a comprehensive list of ALL department
activities but it will give you a good look into
what is going on and in what areas. To keep up to
date visit again. We try to update this list every
If you have any questions about what has been happening
in your area contact us at our business number to
the left or e-mail at email@example.com.
the activity log now.....
your cell phone
Prepare yourself and help emergency responders
contact the right person, right away, by I.C.E.
ing your cell phone.