We are being proactive for back to school 2020. With the help of community partners and former NBA All Stars, Otis Birdsong and Michael Ray Richardson, we distributed over 200 backpacks, school supplies, and personal hygiene kits to kids in Belle Glade.
Sadly, we come across children and families in need of shoes way too often. For that reason, we partnered up with “In Jacob’s Shoes” almost 10 years ago, to give shoes to children in need. Together, we are making a difference.
PBSO Helping Families in Need of Shoes
Sadly, we come across children and families in need of shoes way too often. For that reason, we partnered up with In Jacob's Shoes almost 10 years ago, to give shoes to children […]
On duty or off duty, we’re there to serve and protect sometimes even outside our county.
Thanks to this group of brave heroes and one of our own, a 4-year-old boy’s life was saved from an attempted kidnapping.
HOTEL HEROES: video from inside a Hampton Inn in Tampa shows the tense moments several brave guests confront a man for trying to kidnap a four-year-old boy @abcactionnews @TampaPD@PBCountySheriff pic.twitter.com/W7IF6ILiIk
— Ryan Smith (@RyanReports) June 16, 2020
We know these conversations are extremely difficult to have, but necessary. For that reason, we’re speaking to our youth about the events taking place in our nation. We want them to know that we’re here to love them and protect them.
PBSO Deputies Talk to Palm Beach County Youth
The power of dialogue ?We know these conversations are extremely difficult to have, but necessary. For that reason, we're speaking to our youth about the events taking place in our nation. We […]
Palm Beach County & Community Partners are launching an online enrichment summer program beginning June 15. The 8-week program is designed to keep our kids entertained, educated, & build better relationships with the community. For more info go to: https://sites.google.com/uwpbc.org/sbsfun
After distributing food at Rosenwald Elementary in South Bay, Deputy Torrence or like many call him “Coach T”, came across these kids without masks. He told them he’ll be back and came back this time with donated handmade masks from the community. It’s a team effort.