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.

Jack Loves PBSO

Jack Strikes Again, Showing Support For PBSO

Jack strikes again!
“While working on a call, a female exited an SUV and asked ‘would it be ok if my son got out and spoke with you’ we both said of course. A young man stepped out and introduced himself as Jack. Jack, told us that he had spent the day before as the “Sheriff for the day” and had to the opportunity to meet Sheriff Bradshaw and was so inspired by that experience that he felt he had […]


Boy with Autism becomes PBSO Sheriff for the Day

Jack, a boy who has Autism and loves law enforcement. His condition makes it difficult for him to make friends. He approaches many law enforcement officers offering his support and thank you cards. He has found many friends within PBSO. Sheriff Ric Bradshaw invites him to come and be Sheriff for a day. Getting to see firsthand many of the tools PBSO uses to keep him safe. The Mounted Unit, K9 Unit, and PBSO swat came out to support Jack […]

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PBSO Deputy Thanks Young Supporter

“If you know my boy Jack, you know he loves law enforcement. He’s made it his mission to thank as many LEOs as he can and genuinely feels proud when he gets a smile or “thank you” in return. As you know, Jack has autism and this disability makes it so difficult for him to connect with other people. The fact that he approaches cops, initiates & engages in conversation is a tremendous accomplishment.
There are some officers who have […]


Young Man Gives Thanks To Local Deputies

Thank you Jack!
“Jack has autism and loves law enforcement. He was so excited to use his own money to buy them breakfast and have the opportunity to thank them for all they do. Please feel free to share that post if you’d like… the deputies were so kind to Jack “


A Letter of Gratitude

“Dear Sheriff Bradshaw
I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to your fellow sheriffs, Brian and Denise.
They were spotted by my children near our neighborhood and graciously came to my home to visit with my sweet mom. My mother lives with us and she suffers from Alzheimer’s. She’s only 71 years old and already she requires assistance for everything. She cannot say much as all her words are jumbled, but when she does, she will mention her childhood horse […]


PBSO Rookie Officer Nico

Meet our new PBSO “Rookie” Officer Nico.
5 year old, Rookie Officer Nico approached our deputy, in full uniform, shook his hand and said, “I want to protect people like you do”! After giving Rookie Officer Nico a quick lesson on the siren’s & lights, he whispered to our deputy and said, “OK, Let’s go catch bad guys”!
This little boy MADE OUR DAY!


Ana Cecilia Ship Sunk In Memory of Those Lost at Sea

You will never be forgotten Deputy Fernandes Jones.
Palm Beach County sunk the ship, Ana Cecilia, off the coast of Palm Beach as an artificial reef. Ana Cecelia is dedicated to the memory of D/S Fernandes Jones, his son – Jaden, his step-father – Willis Bell, Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos. This memorial will serve as a marine sanctuary, a tribute to their love of the sea, life regenerating and continuing on.

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