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Deputy saves choking child

Deputy Read Saves Choking Boy
Here is one example of how we serve our community. Our Deputy encountered a choking 5-month-old boy and saved his life.
Posted by PBSO – Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Monday, October 29, 2018

Deputy Read encountered a choking 5-month-old boy and saved his life, just one example of how we serve our community.
 

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Breast Cancer Awareness Breakfast

When we say Serve and Protect, we mean it! This morning we were at the Gun Club Cafe Raising funds for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We had a full house. This is the only day you’ll see Palm Beach County Fire Rescue and Palm Beach County Sheriff rocking the same colors and eating together all for one cause.
This is a yearly event to promote Breast Cancer Awareness and raise funds for the cause. We partner with PBCFR to […]

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Patriot Day at Frontier Elementary

Frontier Elementary Students honor Deputies

Yesterday, on 9/11, the Safety Patrol students at Frontier Elementary School, in Loxahatchee honored their local PBSO and PBCFR on Patriot Day. The students collected different items  and put together a gift basket along with homemade cards thanking the deputies for their service. Members from PBSO  District 15 as well as their School Resource Deputy visited with the students and were presented with their gifts.

 
 
 

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Deputy’s Kindness

Thanks to Jeronia Lucas for videoing this Palm Beach County Deputy Sheriff.
Thanks to Jeronia Lucas for videoing this Palm Beach County Deputy Sheriff. She took the time to capture and broadcast something about Law Enforcement Officers that most of the news media never does.Thanks for recording what so many Law Enforcement Officers do on a daily basis, but never seems to be reported. We wish that we knew the Deputy's name so we could thank him.Original video courtesy of […]

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PBSO raises $56k for the Special Olympics

PBSO Raised $55,925 for the Special Olympics
Never doubt the power of a group of committed individuals trying to make a difference. PBSO celebrated The Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run 35th anniversary by raising $55,925. Thanks to all those who participated in this year’s Law Enforcement Torch.
Posted by PBSO – Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Never doubt the power of a group of committed individuals trying to make a difference. PBSO celebrated The Special Olympics […]

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New Security Plan for High School Football Games

PBC Superintendent Fennoy meets with School Officials to craft a new Security Staffing plan for PBC High School Football Games.
Saturday morning kickoffs for the biggest games of the season will start at 6 PM instead of 7 PM.
Only clear bags will make it through the gates.
For those who leave mid-game, you will have to buy another ticket.
Thankfully, no students were or injured in Friday’s horrific shooting incident.
PBSO will assist PBC School Board Police will all ongoing efforts.

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From Inmates to Graduates

“Don’t serve the time, let the time serve you.” – Connor Vaughn.
Six inmates graduated from the West Detention Center in Belle Glade. They received their GED diplomas to help them re-enter back into society when they are released from jail. The GED Program is a second chance to get a High School Diploma. The requirements are the same, they are responsible to complete courses like Language Arts, Science, Social Studies and Math. Everybody deserves a second chance and these […]

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