3418 Memorial Drive
Beverly Hills, TX 76711
EMERGENCY: DIAL 911
Phone: (254) 752-2585
Patrol / Investigations:
The Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety currently consists of eight (8) six full-time public safety officers and one (1) reserve officer:
- Kory Martin – Police Chief
- Eugene Mirick – Lieutenant/ Training Officer/ Investigator/ Evidence Officer
Public Safety Officers enforce traffic laws, city ordinances and state laws; respond to fire and medical emergencies, investigate accidents and crime reports, patrol residential and business districts and follow up investigations on reports they receive.
This department provides 24 hours of fire and police protection and when at full staff they work ten-hour shifts with each officer working four days on, and three days off. Reserve Officers help in special events, emergencies and traffic control when needed.
If you are interested in becoming a reserve officer for the Beverly Hills Department of Public Safety please contact Police Chief Kory Martin at 254/752-2585 or e-mail email@example.com.
THE CITY OF BEVERLY HILLS POLICE DEPARTMENT IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS:
FULL TIME POLICE OFFICERS – MUST BE TCOLE CERTIFIED.
THE STARTING PAY FOR POLICE OFFICERS IS $18.00 PER HOUR WITH A SIX MONTH PROBATIONARY RAISE. SOME OF THE BENEFITS INCLUDE HOLIDAY PAY, TWO WEEKS (2) PAID VACATION AFTER ONE FULL YEAR OF SERVICE, THREE (3) PERSONAL DAYS AND EIGHTY HOURS (80) SICK TIME ALLOWED. PAID HEALTH INSURANCE. 401K.
ALL APPLICANTS SHOULD BE WILLING TO WORK EVENINGS, OVERNIGHT, WEEKENDS AND HOLIDAYS AS REQUIRED.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED AT THE FRONT DESK IN CITY HALL 8:00 AM TO 5:00 PM.
THE CITY IF BEVERLY HILLS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
The Communications Division in the Public Safety Department consists of four full-time and one part-time position:
- Roxanne Maldonado – Dispatch Supervisor/PD Records Manager
All dispatchers are trained in police/fire communications, 9-1-1, radio operations and procedures and certified in TCIC/NCIC (Texas Crime Information Center/National Crime Information Center) computer systems. We are manned 24 hours a day to accept emergency and non-emergency contacts for the community.
Roxanne Maldanado directs and supervises Communications and also fulfills the role of Records Management for the Public Safety Department. She receives and processes all criminal/accident reports and responds to open records requests.
City Ordinance Enforcement:
Beverly Hills Police Department is responsible for policing violations of city ordinances, junk vehicles, general nuisances and other offensive conditions concerning the public health and welfare.
Complaints on ordinance violations may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.