Our Deputies are out in full force enforcing safe driving. One catch, instead of traffic tickets we’re trying something new. We’re rewarding safe drivers with PBSO Coffee mugs to thank them for wearing their seatbelts, respecting speed limits and driving safely.
Time: 9:47 am
Location: 12th Avenue South/Lake Osborne Drive
Deputies and PBC Fire Rescue personnel responded to an Amtrak train vs a pedestrian in the 1900 block of 12th Avenue South in the City of Lake Worth Beach. Upon arrival, deputies and fire rescue personnel found a male lying in the tracks. PBC Fire Rescue personnel announced the male deceased.
Detectives from the Violent Crimes Division are currently in route to document the scene. Once complete the Medical Examiner’s office […]
Today, we honored our Crossing Guards who make sure our children get to and from school safely. We put our children in their hands daily and they don’t get enough recognition for it. Sheriff Ric Bradshaw addressed our Crossing Guards this morning and thanked them for their commitment to the children of Palm Beach County and for not having any serious incident or injury in the last 25 years. This speaks volumes of our team.
It only takes a few seconds for a devastating accident to happen. If you see a car on the side of the road, move over or slow down. Moving over can save not only the lives of those on the side of the road but also of the driver’s. This law is for everyone’s safety. Let’s avoid preventable catastrophes. Road safety is one of our main priorities and a responsibility we do not take lightly.
Move Over 2019
It only takes […]
Our School Traffic Initiative is off to a good start. Drivers can either slowdown when passing by a school zone or we’ll be there as a reminder. Just to give you an example, in the Town of Lake Park alone, we have given out 58 citations and 159 written warnings.
Speeding endangers everyone! We’re joining agencies from FL, GA, AL, TN & SC to take part in “Operation Southern Shield” to reduce fatalities & save lives. We will be patrolling main roadways in Palm Beach County from July 15th – July 21st. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!