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In 1962 President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation designating May 15th as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week the date falls as Police Week. To honor our fallen brothers and sisters we wanted to share with our followers on what it is we do; uphold the law and keep you safe! If you followed along today & liked #BPDVRA give us a 👍, check back often to see what’s happening with our PD. We will virtual ride along again soon!
***ANSWER -If you picked ruin your day, while that might be true for you, the REAL reason traffic citations are issued is for safety! Many believe that citations are issued to meet quotas and generate revenue for cities, however the real reason is for safety. Issuing traffic citations are an expensive reminder for the driver to slow down, don’t drive distracted and obey the law!! Making a traffic stop for a seatbelt violation. What is the #1 reason officers issue traffic citations? Revenue Meet a quota Safety To ruin your day Are you following us along today? #BPDVRA
Our ride along today has taken us to Anna Hause Elem. for career day. Ofc. Danielle is sharing with Room 19 about being a police officer. If you didn't know Ofc. Danielle is one of two female police officers that works for Beaumont Police Department. #BPDVRA
Who's following us along on Twitter this morning? #BPDVRA
Today is the day!! #BPDVRA = Beaumont Police Department Virtual Ride Along! We're getting ready to get started! Follow us along on Twitter today @BeaumontCA_PD. If you don't have Twitter you can still follow along by going to www.beaumontpd.org and viewing our Twitter feed there!
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Tomorrow is the big day! #BPDVRA Be sure to follow us on Twitter @BeaumontCA_PD If you don't have a Twitter account, don't worry you can go to www.beaumontpd.org and view our Twitter feed from there. #NationalPoliceWeek
It's National Peace Officer Memorial Day. We will never forget those who have sacrificed defending our safety. #weseeyou #thinblueline #nationalpoliceweek #eow
Don't forget tomorrow kicks off #NationalPoliceWeek. We will be doing our #BPDVRA = Beaumont Police Department Virtual Ride Along on Weds. so don't forget to follow us!
Happy Mother's Day to all the great Moms out there! We appreciate you!
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Beaumont Police Department was out at the Estrella Community Neighborhood Watch event today. Sharing with the neighbors about crime prevention and how important neighborhood watch is to keep our communities safe. For more information on the Neighborhood Watch Program contact Beaumont Police Department at 951-769-8500.
Beaumont Police Department and Animal Care Services would like to remind our residents that our community is nestled in the foothills of the San Gorgonio Pass, making Beaumont a home to a variety of local wildlife. Before our beautiful residential communities were built; mountain lions, bobcats, coyotes, rabbits, etc. made their homes here. Now we must learn to co-exist with our shared community. With some knowledge of wildlife and a little planning, we can learn to live peacefully with these native species. Animal Care Services does not provide removal of wildlife, that is the responsibility of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and generally wildlife is only removed if the animal is sick or injured. In order to avoid interactions with wildlife, be sure to keep a watchful eye on your small pets, do not leave food or water out that might attract wildlife to your property and if you encounter any wildlife in the community or at your residence it is best to keep your distance and allow those animals to move along. Pictured below is a pair of bobcat kittens that were brought into Animal Control Services earlier this week, while the concerned citizen thought they were doing the right thing by trapping them and bringing them to our offices, these kittens would be best left where they were found so that Mom could take care of her young. If you're unsure what to do when encountering species such as this, feel free to contact our Animal Control Services Department by dialing 951-769-8500. Or visit CDFW's website at www.wildlife.ca.gov.