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Women Behind The Badge – Episode 1

In Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, we have a dedicated group of law enforcement women who are changing the game. These deputies are putting their lives on the line as they patrol our streets fighting crime, one call at a time. In this episode, we went from a welfare service call of a child calling 9-1-1 while playing with daddy’s phone to a possible overdose followed by a man making threats with a weapon. In between calls, we dig […]

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Remembering 9/11

“It’s painful, I will #NeverForget” PBSO’s Deputy Al Lopez remembers #September11th 2001 when he served as an #NYPD officer at that time. We are proud of you and we thank you for your service and for sharing your story with us.

Remembering September 11th
"It's painful, I will never forget." PBSO's Deputy Al Lopez remembers September 11th, 2001 when he served as an NYPD officer at that time. We are proud of you and we thank you for your service and […]

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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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Sheriff Bradshaw Responds to Shooting

Message from Sheriff Ric Bradshaw:
"There is no real way to prevent someone who wants to hurt someone else, but what we can do is enhance security to deter things like this from happening." Sheriff Ric Bradshaw.
Posted by PBSO – Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Monday, August 20, 2018

“There is no real way to prevent someone who wants to hurt someone else, but what we can do is enhance security to deter things like this from happening.”
 – Sheriff Ric […]

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Seeking Person of Interest

Attempted Abduction of a Teen – Detectives are Seeking a PERSON of INTEREST

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is Seeking a Person of Interest * ONLY *

What:          An attempted Kidnapping of a 14 year old female
When:         August 14, 2018
Where:        4900 block of Pineaire Lane, West Palm Beach
Time:           11:00 pm
A teen, 14 years of age, was walking westbound in the 4900 block of Pineaire Lane towards Haverhill Road and heard was appeared to be vehicle, white van, stop behind her.  She saw the door open and an unknown male approach her.  […]

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