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Ric Bradshaw

Ric BradshawSheriff - Palm Beach County

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Help Identifying Infant

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PBSO Arrest Assisted Living Home Owner on Elder Abuse Charges

On April 20, 2018, detectives from the Special Victims…

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SCAM ALERT!
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PBSO Deputy Gifts AC to Family of Four

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Welcome to the official website of PBSO. I sincerely hope you will find the information you are looking for as you explore the many services we provide to the public.

Ric Bradshaw

Ric BradshawSheriff - Palm Beach County

Welcome to the official website of PBSO. I sincerely hope you will find the information you are looking for as you explore the many services we provide to the public.

Ric Bradshaw

Ric BradshawSheriff - Palm Beach County

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Operation Heat Shield II

Published on June 25, 2018
Several regional Law Enforcement and Fire Rescue agencies in South Florida participated in Operation Heat Shield II to test coordination, response and rescue efforts through a set of emergency scenario drills. These drills consisted of various scenarios such as an Active Shooter in a Mall and in a School. A total of 6 different scenarios were played out all throughout Palm Beach County.

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