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Community Programs

Police Community Relations division and its many programs for the public.

Cops & Kids

Cops and kids community information and events.

Police Museum

Our very own museum of police items and history.

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On Sunday, September 16, 2018 at 11:35 a.m., Beaumont Police responded to Cigarettes and More, located at 1880 Washington Suite D, in reference to a robbery. The two suspects were not able to obtain any money during the robbery and fled the area prior to Officer's arrival. Later the same day, at 4:38 p.m., Beaumont Police responded to the same location in reference to an aggravated robbery that had just occurred. During the second robbery, two suspects entered the store. One suspect brandished a handgun and demanded money, while the other suspect stole money and cigarettes. The suspects then fled from the store on foot. The suspects were both described as black males wearing dark colored clothing and red bandannas over their faces. The investigation is on-going, Detectives are asking anyone with information to call Beaumont Police at 409-832-1234, message us on Facebook @Beaumont Police, or call Southeast Texas Crime Stoppers at 409-833-TIPS (8477). You can also download the P3 Tips App on your smartphone and anonymously submit a tip to Crime Stoppers. ... See MoreSee Less

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Would you or your business like to become a Beaumont Police Cops & Kids Program Sponsor?
Due to Hurricane Harvey, our Cops & Kids sponsorships and donations are low. Our Cops & Kids Program is the backbone of our community outreach efforts and we believe it truly makes a difference in bridging the gap in our community.

Cops & Kids is funded solely by donations from businesses, groups, organizations, and members from our community. No tax dollars are spent to fund this program. Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. If you or your business is interested in becoming a Cops & Kids Sponsor, contact Cindy Jeanis at 409-880-1092. If you have any questions, feel free to message us on Facebook.

The following is a list of community outreach events through our Cops & Kids Program:

Bicycle Safety Rodeo | A free interactive bicycle safety festival to teach school aged children about bicycle traffic laws and other safe riding tips. This interactive event includes a bicycle obstacle course, bike tune ups, safety instruction and helmet checks. Food, entertainment, amusements and information booths will offer children more opportunities to learn about personal safety. Open to elementary school aged children; free.

Do the Write Thing Essay Contest | A national anti-violence essay writing program directed at middle school aged children. The local program is co-sponsored by Cops & Kids, Lamar University, several youth agencies, school districts and family courts.

YALE (Youth Academy for Law Enforcement) | A Summer program for regional High School Students interested in law enforcement or criminal justice as a career. Application required; free to qualified participants.

PIP (Practicum in Policing) | A Summer program open to Lamar University students; registration required. Qualifies for internship credit.

Cops & Kids Halloween Carnival | Our biggest event with over 4,000 in attendance each year!! Sat. October 27, 2018 | Beaumont Civic Center. A free citywide personal safety and crime prevention festival. Food, entertainment, amusements and information booths are backdrops of this project and offer children a chance to interact with officers in a fun, stress-free environment that improves trust and builds better relationships between cops and kids.

Santa in Blue | A holiday gift project targeting needy children and families during Christmas. In addition to benefiting the underprivileged children it serves, the project also gives area high school students a chance to exercise leadership and civic duty by helping shop for and wrap presents.

Cops & Kids School Reading Project | The BPD School Reading Project is a literacy project aimed at school children in kindergarten thru second grade and promotes a love of reading combined with personal safety information for children. Every month police officers visit local schools and read with young students.

Beaumont Police Explorer Program | A scouting project for children age 14-20 designed to instill leadership, ethics and civic duty in young men and women and encourage future law enforcement careers. The Post competes in state and regional conferences.

Cops & Kids Fitness Camp | This camp is held in conjunction with IEA Ben’s Kids summer camp and targets at-risk youth to impart fitness and nutrition understanding to create a positive attitude and overall well-being for children.

Beaumont Police Station Police Museum | The BPD Police Museum is a popular field trip destination for school groups and other youth oriented civic organizations. Tours are available by appointment, free to the public.
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