The Atlantic Beach Police Department attended a job fair hosted by Hilton of Myrtle Beach. We met with potential candidates who desire a career in Law Enforcement. If you are interested, please stop by our department or complete an online application today! We will love to have you join our team.
On November 1, 2023, Chief Robinson attended the annual AET Banquet hosted by Shoreline. Chief Robinson was honored with a plaque for his hard work and dedication to the 15th Judicial Circuit Alcohol Enforcement Team. Congratulations to Chief Robinson and his department! 

Happy Halloween: We are delighted to share the incredible news that, thanks to your outstanding support and generosity, we were able to provide over 120 goody bags to the children in our community! This achievement stands as a testament to the incredible spirit and compassion within our community. 

Your contributions, whether through donations, time, or resources, have made a profound impact on the lives of these young individuals. The joy and smiles these goody bags brought to the kids are immeasurable and have created lasting, happy memories for each and every one of them. 

*A special thanks goes to the following: The Town of Atlantic Beach, Thee DollHouse, Pearls Cabaret, Sand Beachwear Store, Elk of Little River, and Alrsc Chapter 178. 

On October 28, 2023, the Atlantic Beach Police Department participated in the Family Fall Fest, hosted by Salt Life Church. We were able to share resources and provide over 100 candy bags to all of the youth, and develop relationships with everyone who came out to this event.
The Atlantic Beach Police Department was recognized on October 11, 2023, by Corning Credit Unit, for their service, dedication, and hard work in their community. Seen here is the Atlantic Beach Police Department receiving a gift basket and water for the department. Pictured in the photos are Code Enforcer Mike Gore, Crime Analyst Carnisha Hennigan, Officer Christian Pearson, Financial Service Specialist Ashley Robinson, Chief Quentin Robinson, and Court Clerk Kim Munjas. 
Shoreline staff partnered with the Atlantic Beach Police Department to collaborate on educational opportunities and community events centered around the use of alcohol amongst teens. Seen here is the Atlantic Beach Police Department receiving a canopy tent, I-pad, and a table cloth with the department's name on it from their AET Coordinator. Pictured in the photos are Chief Quentin Robinson, AET Coordinator Lee Alston, Cpl. Carlos Castillo, Crime Analyst Carnisha Hennigan, and Court Clerk Kim Munjas.