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PBSO Mounted Lance & Mo – reunite with Former Mounted Felix at Mill Creek Retirement Farm

After years of dedication to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.  It’s time for Mounted Mo & Lance to roam freely and live out their tranquility.
Mo and Lance were so excited to see their good friend former Mounted Felix, who retired several years ago.
Mill Creek is a not for profit organization in Alachua County that takes in neglected horses and police/military horses to provide them green pastures for their retirement years.
Thank you for your service Mo & Lance.  You […]

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Palm Beach Sheriffs Office is one of 100 of the Best Fleets in the North America

Please join us in congratulating our Fleet Management department for being recognized as one of the “100 Best Fleets in the North America ” for the 5th consecutive year.
 
Additionally, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is the ONLY Sheriff’s Department that placed in the Top 100!
 
This annual award recognizes and rewards peak performing fleet operations based upon the following criteria;
 
–Accountability
-Use of Technology & Information
-Collaboration
-Creativity
-Celebration
-Evidence of a High Trust Culture
-Performance Recognition
-Doing It Right the First Time
-Quick Efficient Turnaround
 -Competitive Pricing
 -Staff Development
 -Resource Stewardship
 

Hats off to a best in […]

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Honoring The Memory of Deputy Sheriff James S. Fogleman AND Deputy Sheriff Anita K. Pospisil.

Today we HONOR the memory of Deputy Sheriff James S. Fogleman AND Deputy Sheriff Anita K. Pospisil.

Sergeant James Stephen FoglemanPalm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, FloridaEOW: Monday, March 25, 1963

Bio & Incident DetailsAge: 27Tour: Not availableBadge # Not availableCause: Automobile accidentIncident Date: Weapon: Not availableSuspect: Not available

Sergeant James Fogleman was killed in an automobile accident while transporting a critically injured child to the hospital. He was involved in a single vehicle crash while en route. After being transported to the hospital he refused treatment until the child […]

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Visual Skills Training at PBSO.

The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office partnered with optometry physician, Dr. Larry Lampert, to train PBSO volunteers with skills to improve their vision. It is hoped that by using vision skills born on baseball fields, golf courses and tennis courts, volunteers will be safer, while on the job at PBSO.

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Palm Beach County’s Main Detention Center and West Detention Center Awarded National Accreditation.

On February 9, 2015, Commission on Accreditation for Corrections (CAC) announced the accreditations of the Palm Beach County’s Main Detention Center and West County Detention Center of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. The awards were presented in conjunction with the American Correctional Association Winter Conference in Long Beach, California.
During the presentation of awards, both the Main Detention Center and the West County Detention facilities were complimented on their professional level of operation and their success in completing the […]

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In Memory of Communications Officer Michelle Bates

VIDEO: Sheriff Ric Bradshaw – “I’ve been doing this for 45 years and I don’t remember a time when Law Enforcement in general has been taking the bashing that it’s been taking for things that are not really their fault.”
2015 State Motorcycle Riders – 9463 Foundation for Fallen Heroes visit PBSO in Memory of Communications Officer Michelle Bates
Michelle Bates, 8 ½ year employee of PBSO Communications passed away on May 31, 2014, after a brief illness. Michelle was one […]

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PBSO Crossing Guards

The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office has openings for school Crossing Guards around Palm Beach County. This video shows actual guards at work, their job duties, and one guard speaks about pay and benefits of the job.

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PBSO Marine Unit ASSISTS U.S. Coast Guard with Capsized Vessel 6 miles off shore of Boca Raton Inlet.

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Marine Unit Assisted the U.S. Coast Guard with capsized vessel.
One vessel capsized six miles off shore of Boca Raton Inlet. Several individuals were rescued from the water by PBSO Marine Unit deputies and Coast Guard Officials.
Marine Unit deputies were dispatched to assist the coast at 10:00 am, Wednesday, October 29, 2014.

U.S. Coast Guard and Border Patrol will continue to investigate.

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