On 11/21/2018 deputies responded to Lake Worth Rd and S Military Trail (in the IHOP plaza ) in reference to a suspicious vehicle. Deputies made contact with the owner of the vehicle who advised she had broken down and was making arrangements to move the vehicle. The following day (Thanksgiving ) Deputies noticed the vehicle remained in the same position. In making contact once more with the owner of the vehicle, deputies learned the female had been homeless, living […]
PBSO build Wheelchair Ramp
PBSO, PBC School Board, and Home Depot joined forces today to help an impoverished child have a wheelchair ramp.
Posted by PBSO – Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, November 15, 2018
This is how a community comes together to help out one of their own. The Palm Beach County School District notified our deputies of an impoverished young girl who needed a wheelchair ramp for her home. We contacted Home Depot and we built something that […]
Pickle Questions on National Pickle Day
A second-grade class was asked to write letters to our Deputies with questions. The teacher explained that our uniforms aren't blue but we wear green uniforms, like "pickle suits". We got trolled. Happy #NationalPickleDay!
Posted by PBSO – Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday, November 14, 2018
A second-grade class was asked to write letters to our Deputies with questions. The teacher explained that our uniforms aren’t blue but we wear green uniforms, like “pickle […]
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The Charlotte Hans Foundation is committed to helping PBSO’s families in need. Last weekend, PBSO employees gathered their cleats & bats to play softball and help raise money for 10 families devastated by a tragic illness or a catastrophic event. We all had a great time!
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.
On October 6, 2018, at approximately at 3:50 am Deputies responded to a barn fire.
Upon the arrival of Patrol Units, a crime scene was established and Fire Rescue attacked the fire. Deputy Rhoads immediately recognized a large amount of smoke engulfing the stalls of 5 horses which appeared to be in distress. The owner of the horses was an elderly male and he appeared to be in shock from the incident.
Deputy Rhoads had limited experience with horses but knew he […]
PBSO heads to Bay County after Hurricane Michael devastated the community. Thousands of law enforcement officers, firefighters, power crews, National Guard troops, and volunteers have descended on Florida’s Panhandle and Big Bend area to help those affected by the monster storm.
PBSO Goes Pink Every October
PBSO’s Boys to Men Mentoring Youth take pride washing our PINK Patrol to help promote Breast Cancer Awareness. We’ll be driving these tomorrow if you see us make sure to say hi 👋🏼🎀
Posted by PBSO – Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, October 11, 2018
PBSO’s Boys to Men Mentoring Youth take pride washing our PINK Patrol to help promote Breast Cancer Awareness We’ll be driving these tomorrow, if you see us make sure to […]