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Adopt-A-Bear Foundations Donates Teddy Bears to PBSO

The Adopt-A-Bear foundation stopped by PBSO Headquarters to donate 600 teddy bears.
Sheriff  Rick Bradshaw and a group of deputies welcomed the fuzzy toys with open arms.
As much as we loved the donation, the teddy bears are not for us, but for any children we encounter who need a smile on their face.
Our deputies often come across abused, abandoned or vulnerable children in Palm Beach county.
What a better way to brighten their day than with a teddy bear.
Thank you Adopt-A-Bear foundation for the heart-warming […]

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NFL Travis Benjamin Speaks at West Detention Center – PBSO

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NFL Wide Receiver, Travis Benjamin, of the Los Angeles Chargers, spoke with inmates at the West Detention Center in Belle Glade, Florida.
“I just gave them a background of my life and the things I look forward to and the mistakes I have made,” explained Benjamin.
He truly believes that living life with fear made him successful and his faith in God.
The inmates are participants in the ‘Another Way’ program run by the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office.

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PBSO Welcomes K9 Tino!

Meet Tino, the newest member of our Violent Crimes Division.
He still has many months of training to do, but once his training is over, he will be used to find firearms and related articles, like bullet shells.
Tino is a 15-month-old Lab and he is excited to be part of the PBSO Family.

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PBSO Empowering Girls in College Recruitment Tour

On January 24, 2017, our Empowering Girls Mentoring Group attended a College Recruitment Tour at the West Palm Beach Convention Center.
The girls had an opportunity to talk with representatives from Palm Beach State, Bethune-Cookman University, Florida A&M University,
Keiser University, Tuskegee University, Florida Atlantic University, Edward Waters College, Fort Valley State University and many other educational facilities.
One of our girls, Dominique Page, got accepted on the spot to Bethune-Cookman University located in Daytona Beach, Florida.
It was a wonderful experience for our […]

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Girl Scouts Crime Prevention and Fire Safety Tips Teaching Day

Deputies and PBC Fire Rescue Personnel spent the day teaching Girl Scouts Crime Prevention and Fire Safety tips.
This is done yearly before cookie sales begin.
They were able to meet Piper, a member of PBSO K-9, sit in a patrol vehicle and on the Sheriff’s Office ATV.
They also witness the sirens go off, the fire hose spray water and the Jaws of Life demonstration.

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The Bethel Evangelical Baptist Church dedicates a “Week of Love” to thank PBSO

Once a year, the Bethel Evangelical Baptist Church dedicates a “Week of Love” to thank their community leaders for all they do.
In honor of their appreciation for PBSO, they stopped by the Delray Beach District.
Not only did they bring all the deputies a thoughtful card with a beautiful message, but they also delivered personalized coffees mugs and candy!
They are #pbsoproud
Thank you.

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Deputy makes a difference in the lives of three children

Deputy AGAIN makes the difference in the lives of three children.
Cpl. Cullen and D/S White picked up the children they assisted with Halloween costumes last year, had breakfast at Cracker Barrel, shopped for school supplies and visited Party City to pick this year’s Halloween costumes. The kids, ages: 6, 7, and 9 chose to be Supergirl, Batman and Superman. The kids had smiles from ear to ear.

Last Halloween… https://youtu.be/nSUAiROnJrU D/S Brian Cullen discovered two children walking to school had […]

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New Horse at PBSO

The Mounted Division at The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office showed off their new horse, which was donated by a local citizen.

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Honoring Memory Of Fallen Deputy Douglass

Today we honor the memory of Fallen Deputy George Douglass. End of Watch August 27, 1921.
PBSO Deputy Sheriff George C. Douglass was appointed as Deputy Sheriff on July, 19 1921 (five weeks before his death) on the recommendation of the Ritta-Bare Beach Community Council. He was reluctant to take the position and did so only when requested by unanimous vote of the council.
Thank you for giving your life to protect others. We will NEVER Forget.

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