Explorers from South Florida attended a law enforcement academy at Camp Tanah Keeta in Martin County. PBSO sponsored 4 of the Explorers by applying law enforcement training to teach them life skills.
Sheriff Ric Bradshaw reminds you not to feel obligated giving to panhandlers on the street. There are safer alternatives to get donations in the hands of those who you may find on your corners or medians.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Fleet Management Division has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Fleet government entities in the nation. PBSO is the only Sheriff’s Office to crack the top 100 and has been in the Top 100 the last five years. No other agency in the country can make such a claim.
The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office made an appearance at the MDA Summer Camp in Boynton Beach, Florida. PBSO showed some of its resources to the campers and hoped kids would see the positive side of law enforcement.
It’s getting hotter out there and The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office wants to help remind you when your child is left in the car with #ChildCheck. Sign up on Twitter today and let this simple reminder help prevent hot car deaths of children.
Every year we throw a picnic/pool party for all the 5th Grade Safety Patrol kids in Lake Worth. About 150 kids enjoyed the pool, the slides and the interaction with Law Enforcement.
“When we could build these positive relationships with the kids, they can look back and remember when they worked with the police and got to meet with the police to make good choices in life”.
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Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Deputies celebrated the final day of the Serve and Protect reading program with students at North Grade Elementary School in Lake Worth, Fl. Over several weeks, the deputies mentored and read to the students at their school.
Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw thanking the Hispanic Community for their support in regards to an allege case of police misconduct.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Foundation partnered with the Plantation Community for neighborhood improvements and beautification. Due to residents getting involved in their community and in cooperation with PBSO, there was a dramatic decrease in the crime rate.
Students at Cypress Trails Elementary in Royal Palm Beach were visited by Josh the Otter, who made a big splash with the kids. Today is National Safety Water Day and PBSO was on-hand to educate the children about the dangers of drowning. PBSO wants everyone to have a safe water-fun summer!