Welcome to the District 15 – Acreage/Loxahatchee website. I am confident you will find this website to be user friendly and full of information that will keep you and your family up to date on incidents taking place as well as helpful information on how to safeguard your personal property from falling victim to would-be-criminals.
First let me introduce myself, my name is Lt. David Combs, and I am honored to have been assigned as the Commander of District 15-Loxahatchee/Acreage. I have lived in South Florida for the past 30 years. I began my law enforcement career with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. I later served with the Boca Raton Police Department, before joining the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office team in 1989. During my tenure, I have served in several different roles including corrections, road patrol, and motor unit deputy. Upon my promotion to Sergeant, I was assigned to various duty assignments before my promotion to my current rank of Lieutenant. My duty postings have given me a wonderful opportunity to work in every land-area served by PBSO. I am thrilled with this current chapter in my career. I truly enjoy working with the people, businesses, and governments that make up the Acreage, Loxahatchee, and Loxahatchee Groves.
District 15 encompasses approximately 153 square miles and has a direct service population of over 44,000 residents. District 15 is staffed with, 1 Lieutenant, 5 Sergeants, sixteen 16 Road Patrol Deputies, and 3 Detectives. In addition, the district receives support from Community Policing, K-9, Aviation and the Traffic Division, and it operates in conjunction with two additional law enforcement service agreement bodies, Indian Trails Water Management District along with the Town of Loxahatchee Groves. The District 15 headquarters is located in the county building at 200 Civic Center Way, Suite 300, Royal Palm Beach.
District 15 has adopted the “Rural Policing Model” which is a coordinated effort between the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office and the residents of our rural communities. We have an obligation to achieve results and are firmly committed to our stated goal of “providing the finest possible law enforcement services to those who reside in and visit our community.” Should ever need to contact me, please feel free do so.