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Ric Bradshaw

Ric BradshawSheriff - Palm Beach County

Welcome to the official website of PBSO. I sincerely hope you will find the information you are looking for as you explore the many services we provide to the public.

Ric Bradshaw

Ric BradshawSheriff - Palm Beach County

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Traffic Safety Officer of the Year

Traffic Safety Officer of the Year

Each year, My FDOT has an awards ceremony to…

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PAL Sports, Academics & Mentoring Camp fieldtrip

PAL Sports, Academics & Mentoring Camp

Hope everyone had a great weekend! We took the…

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Volunteers handed out life jackets this weekend

Volunteers on the water

Volunteers help make our community a safer place. We…

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Fireworks on the 4th this year

Fireworks on the 4th

Independence Day is a great time for families and…

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PBSO Explorers awarded 1st place

PBSO Explorers awarded 1st place

Our Explorers make us so proud, we have to…

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Latest Video

PBSO Crossing For A Cure 2019

The Pipers Angels Foundation, a non-profit that benefits families with cystic fibrosis, hosted “The Crossing For A Cure” event. Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office had the honor to participate in fundraising over $110,000.00 for the event and taking an 80-mile paddleboarding journey from the Bahamas to Lake Worth. PBSO was, by far, the top fundraiser amongst all participants and the top fundraiser in the history of the event. The relay team “Shooting Star” was comprised of seven PBSO employees who took on the 80 miles journey.

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