District 20 – Palm Beach Shores

Active Shooter Training Video

In light of the tragic events, we want to remind everyone what they can do during an Active Shooter situation.

Welcome to Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office District 20, the Town of Palm Beach Shores.  I am Steven Langevin the administrative sergeant and the previous Chief of Police of the town, prior to our merger.  I have worked for the town for 25 years working my way up through the ranks, along with an additional year in the Towns volunteer fire department, serving as a driver and the organizations Secretary.

Previously to being part of the town I worked for the United Nations in the Security and safety service.  I was born at West Point Military academy and brought up in the town of Saddle Brook, New Jersey.

I am a graduate of the University of Kentucky, Southern Police Institute Administrative officers’ course.

Palm Beach Shores is one of the greatest towns you will ever find, I have met folks all over the country and the world, when you mention Palm Beach Shores, they inevitably tell you about someone who lived or visited here. It truly is a special place.

Many years ago, the town applied for and received the title “Best little small town in Florida”, and it truly is.  Palm Beach Shores is located on the southernmost end of Singer Island, former home to the Colonnades Beach Hotel where Billionaire John D MacArthur lived and hosted such TV shows as Treasure Island and years later the Burt Reynolds weekly series BL Stryker.  Now home to 5 Marriott buildings, Marriott’s’ Ocean Pointe.

The southernmost end of Palm Beach Shores begins the Lake Worth Inlet, where marine access can be made to the Florida Power and light plant, Port of Palm Beach and Peanut Island.  Peanut Island houses an emergency bunker for President John F. Kennedy whose family home was in the neighboring Town of Palm Beach.

Sheriff Bradshaw and the entire agency is here for you, please call us anytime you need. The Sheriff’s Office also provides all the additional services that keep us safe, such as Marine, aviation, forensic and investigative services.

Combined, District 20 Palm Beach Shores, with the additional men and women of the Sheriff’s Office has over Two Thousand law enforcement professionals here for you.

Sgt. Steven Langevin
Commander, District 20

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Contact Info:

Main Phone:
(561) 844-9269

Non-Emergency:
(561) 688-3400

Fax: (561) 687-6828

247 Edwards Lane
Palm Beach Shores, FL 33404

Office open Mon – Fri 8 am to 4 pm

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