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Do you drive a keyless car?

Sheriff Ric Bradshaw would like to remind drivers with a keyless car to be sure to turn off your car, especially when parked in your garage. Dozens of people have been poisoned by carbon monoxide after failing to turn off the ignition on their keyless cars.

PBSO Warns Against The Key-less Killer
Do you have a keyless car? Sheriff Ric Bradshaw will like to remind these drivers of keyless ignition cars to be sure to turn off your cars, especially when […]

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U.S. DOT awards PBSO Grant

U.S. DOT awards PBSO Grant

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office was awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Railroad Administration, to address railway trespassing in the City of Lake Worth Beach.
The proposed project will address railway trespassing in the City of Lake Worth Beach, home to three miles of FEC railway and three miles of SFRTA/Tri-Rail Commuter railway, through enforcement activities and community awareness.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office will work closely with project partners at South Florida Regional Transportation […]

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Operation Heavy Weights

With the increase of commercial traffic traveling through the county, we teamed up with other law enforcement agencies to create Operation Heavy Weights. This effort targets truck drivers breaking the law. Let’s hope it makes a difference.

Operation Heavy Weights
With the increase of commercial traffic traveling through the county, we teamed up with other law enforcement agencies to create Operation Heavy Weights. This effort targets truck drivers breaking the law. Let's hope it makes a difference. ? #PBSOproud #OperationHeavyWeights
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We’re proud of you

Michael and his new bike

Michael’s handwritten thank you letter

We’re proud of you, Michael! His respectful ways when crossing the street and his dedication to keep our community clean by collecting plastic bottles has gotten the attention of all of us. So much so, that one of our crossing guards help orchestrate for a law enforcement officer and one of his teachers to donate a bicycle for Michael to commute a little quicker to and from school. In return, he […]

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Back to work, watch your speed

We know most of us are running late this morning, but please respect our school zone’s speed limit to keep our kids safe.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office has stepped up enforcing school zone speed limits to protect the school children of Palm Beach County. We ask the public to please reduce their speed, while driving through school zones and watch for children.

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Deputy saves choking child

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.
 

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Walk to School Day

Walk to School Day
One of our favorite days – Walk to School Day ⭐️
Posted by PBSO – Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Today is Walk to School Day – We thank our crossing guards for helping our kids cross the streets, rain or shine. Parents, please continue to respect our school zones to keep children safe. Here’s a reminder, full video on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/JSNQWNXy-zc

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Common School Crossing Violations

If you are a parent, you know that the commute to and out of school can be chaotic with lots of traffic and crossing guards helping kids cross streets, but common school crossing violations are accidents waiting to happen. Let’s protect our children, here’s how.
 

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Hit and Run Crash Fatality 8-3-2018

Hit and Run Crash Fatality

MEDIA  ADVISORY/ HIT AND RUN FATALITY
PBSO is seeking the public’s assistance in a “Hit and Run” traffic crash investigation. The crash occurred last night at 9045 S. Jog Rd. at approximately 9:55 pm in front of the library.  An elderly male was struck and killed while standing next to his driver’s side door after he stopped for an unknown reason. The suspected vehicle is a grey Ford Expedition Limited possibly year 2011-2017.  The parts shown are the passenger side […]

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