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School Crossing Guard Appreciation Day

Today, we honored our Crossing Guards who make sure our children get to and from school safely. We put our children in their hands daily and they don’t get enough recognition for it. Sheriff Ric Bradshaw addressed our Crossing Guards this morning and thanked them for their commitment to the children of Palm Beach County and for not having any serious incident or injury in the last 25 years. This speaks volumes of our team.


Fiesta de Pueblo 2020

This year, like every year, PBSO participated in Palm Beach County Fiesta de Pueblo. The event brings a melting pot of culture, traditional attires, entertainment and cuisine from our Hispanic Community in Palm Beach County. This event is meant to better understand the richness and differences in the Hispanic culture through food, music, education, and art. Like every year, the event was a success. This year, Sheriff Ric Bradshaw was presented with a plaque of appreciation. We thank everyone involved.


Fallen Officer Toy Drive 2019

‘Tis the Season of Giving!
Thanks to everyone who donated new, unwrapped toys to the families of our fallen deputies nationwide. Sheriff Ric Bradshaw and the PBSO Motors Unit participated in The Annual Fallen Officer Toy Drive & BBQ. The Sheriff wants the kids of our Fallen Deputies to know that we care about them.

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SHS Outstanding Leadership Award

SHS Outstanding Leadership Award

Santaluces High School Criminal Justice Career Academy Outstanding Leadership Award goes to…..
–Cadet Sergeant Olivia Swabek —
Olivia has volunteered over 1120 hours of service to her community (that’s 140 full-time workdays) all while continuing to excel academically with an overall GPA of 4.89.

She is currently dual-enrolled at Palm Beach State College and has achieved her Advanced International Certificate of Education diploma. Olivia is president of the Santaluces chorus along with memberships in the key, photography and engineering clubs, and the […]


Move Over

It only takes a few seconds for a devastating accident to happen. If you see a car on the side of the road, move over or slow down. Moving over can save not only the lives of those on the side of the road but also of the driver’s. This law is for everyone’s safety. Let’s avoid preventable catastrophes. Road safety is one of our main priorities and a responsibility we do not take lightly.

Move Over 2019
It only takes […]


Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Month Breakfast

To all #BreastCancerAwareness supporters, current patients and survivors, you are not alone. Sheriff Ric Bradshaw and the rest of the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office team raised funds along side Palm Beach County Fire Rescue at Gun Club Cafe during our annual Breast Cancer Breakfast this morning.
Everyone with a positive story, encouraging message, or a name they would like to commemorate had the opportunity to write on PBSO’s “Pink Patrol”.

We are Gun Club Cafe with our #PinkPatrol raising awareness […]


October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

The PBSO family & Sheriff Ric Bradshaw stand with all Domestic Violence survivors & advocates. Domestic Violence is preventable and we are here, fully involved and ready to put all the resources needed to break the cycle of violence. We opened this year’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month with an opening ceremony.

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