Delray Beach FL Police Jail is located in the town of Delray Beach (population estimated 65,000+ residents) which is in Palm Beach County. This facility is used as a holding unit for offenders awaiting trial on minor offenses. For more severe law infractions offenders are processed at this facility and then transferred to one of the two county facilities located in Palm Beach. Jeffrey Goldman is the Police Chief in Delray Beach and the individual who oversees the operation of the police and the holding jail.
If you received a parking ticket in Delray Beach, you can pay it in personal or by sending a check. If sending via mail they accept a personal check, money order or cash for all fines. If you pay in person you can pay via any major credit card, cash, money order, or personal check. You can pay in person Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 6:00pm.
Address: 300 W Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: (561) 243-7810
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July 5, 2016 - Delray Beach Police will begin installing cameras around town which will provide live feeds to officers. They have also started construction on a command center where officers will be able to view and respond to all live feeds processed via these cameras. They are hoping by doing this it will cut down on crimes committed.
July 1, 2016 - The first of 20 Delray Beach police officers will soon be outfitted with a body camera which will live record when an officer is dispatched for a crime. This is part of the $1,000,000 initiative that will eventually require all 150 officers in the force to wear these cameras on their vest.