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Deputies help grieving family

To see someone hurt and not be able to embrace them it’s extremely difficult, but there are many ways to show someone you care.
On Friday, April 17th, Mrs. Renderos lost her husband in a fatal car accident. Their vehicle was a total lost. He left behind his wife and five kids (6 months, 3, 4, 6 and 7 years old).
The vehicle was totaled destroying even the children’s car seats. We wanted to make sure we care and she wasn’t […]

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PBC Youth Services now on Zoom

PBC Youth Services now on Zoom

Palm Beach County Youth Services is now providing assessments, family & individual therapy, parent education and behavioral health services via Zoom Video. These services are offered in English, Spanish, French, & Creole. For more information, call (561) 242-5714.

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County Libraries Offer Employment Help

PBC Libraries Offer Employment Help

Many PBC Libraries are providing printed employment/reemployment applications for those affected by COVID-19. These branches have forms available at the main entrance of the buildings. Library staff members are available to answer questions by phone, email, and chat services seven days a week. Please visit the Library’s web site at www.pbclibrary.org for more information. The branches offering this service are listed on our Coronovirus Info page under the Resources section.

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Sgt Jose Diaz Ayala

COVID 19 Claims One of Our Deputies

We are sad to announce the passing of our dear Sergeant Jose Diaz Ayala. Sgt. Diaz Ayala, 38 years of age, died today as a result of battling COVID-19. Sgt. Diaz Ayala was battling other underlying health issues before he contracted COVID-19. -We have the watch from here brother.

The support that our PBSO family is receiving after the loss of Sergeant Jose Diaz Ayala shows us the heart of our community. We are grieving together, we are fighting together […]

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COVID 19 Help for the Elderly

Volunteer Help for the Elderly

Sheriff Ric Bradshaw has established a new program to assist our Palm Beach County elderly residents who are unable to get out of their homes to go to the grocery store or the pharmacy. Our amazing team of Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Volunteers is ready to deliver orders directly to their doors. All orders must be PREPAID.
Instructions for our Elderly Residents:
– When you place an order online or on the phone, make sure to leave your name on the […]

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Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Bradshaw: Stay Home

Sheriff Ric Bradshaw has been very clear from the beginning. “If you don’t have to be out, the smart thing is just to stay the heck home.”
An emergency order from county leaders issued this week closed what are considered by the county to be “non-critical” businesses and took effect at 5 p.m. Thursday.
“The bottom line is if you don’t have to go to these places and you don’t have to be out, the smart thing is just stay […]

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A Domestic Abuse Reminder

Domestic Abuse Reminder

We understand that staying home might be easier for some than others. For everyone experiencing abuse during this COVID 19 social distancing, the Domestic Violence Hotline is still operating 24/7. If you’re concerned for your safety or a loved one, call 1-800-799-7233. For emergencies, call 911

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