How to Report Graffiti

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s assistance in reporting graffiti and “slap-tags” (sticker tagging) along roadways, on utility poles and boxes, traffic signs, in business plazas, in & around perimeter walls, and on abandon businesses and homes.  A community’s first step in taking back its streets is getting rid of graffiti immediately.  The quicker we can identify and remove graffiti, the less likely there will be a re-occurrence.

In early 2005, Sheriff Ric Bradshaw established the Graffiti Eradication Program.  Essentially, this program consists of deputy supervised inmates to rapidly respond to any reports of graffiti within unincorporated Palm Beach County & District 14-Lake Worth and clean them up.

If you see graffiti – regardless if you have suspect information – report it using the form below.  If also have photos, email them along with with an address, and other information and send it to GRAFFITI@pbso.org.  Thanks for showing your concern about your community.


To report graffiti, please fill-in the form below.


*This is not an official Sheriffs Office Incident Report.*
*If you are reporting a crime please call 911*

Providing your name and email is not required although it is recommended so we may contact you for further information if necessary. The information you provide will be given to the appropriate personnel for follow-up. All information you submit, including your identity if disclosed, will be kept confidential if you desire. If you have any photos you’d like to include, please email them us instead of using this form at: GRAFFITI@pbso.org.

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