In this section, you will find helpful information for the different programs that the Police Department offers in Hallandale Beach. Please refer to the links on the left for the information contained in this section.
Questions about the following list of Community Policing Initiatives should be directed to Community Relations Coordinator, at (954) 457-1644.
RUOK (Are You Okay)
The RUOK program is a computerized dialing system housed in the Police Department, programmed to telephone pre-registered senior citizens, shut-ins, and disabled citizens daily to ensure they are okay. If there is no answer after four rings at a predetermined time of day, a police officer will be dispatched to check the location.
If you would like to register for this service you may fill out an application by clicking on this address:Are You Okay Program Application.
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BEAT (Business Effort Against Theft)
The BEAT program is a registration program for businesses listing the name of the owner, any illnesses, contact persons and telephone numbers in case of emergencies at the business location. The information is entered by decal number into a computer at the Police Station for easy access in emergencies.
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Crime Prevention Program
The Police Department has on staff Crime Prevention Practitioners (CPP's) as certified by the Florida State Attorney General’s Office, to conduct free crime prevention inspections to Hallandale Beach businesses and/or residential properties.
CPP's also schedule crime prevention presentations for groups for topics such as; frauds, scams, pedestrian safety, bank security, workplace violence, auto theft prevention, robbery prevention, business and retail theft, construction site security, hotel/motel security, etc.
We have also provided links below that may be of interest to you for crime prevention information:
The Hallandale Beach Police Department is requesting public comment from all Hallandale Beach residents on the U.S. Department of Justice 2013 Byrne Justice Assistance Local Solicitation Grant Program.
The Edward Byrne Justice Grant Program is a formula grant to cities and municipalities based on crime and statistics. The grant funds are allocated by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) and administered by the Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO). Each jurisdiction proposes its own grant funded project and funds can be used for a variety of law enforcement programs and activities.
The Hallandale Beach Police Department is eligible to receive $21,603.00 in grant funding through the 2013 JAG program. The Hallandale Beach Police Department plans to utilize funds to enhance equipment and technology in an effort to make our policing efforts more efficient and provide better service to all Hallandale Beach residents.
All comments should be received in the Office of the Chief in writing by July 14, 2013 to:
Hallandale Beach Police Department
400 South Federal Highway
Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009
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