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Deputies Assist New Resident Clean Up Newly Purchased Home within Plantation Community.

A new resident recently purchased a renovated home on Meridian Rd within the Plantation Community. Unfortunately, a squatter had taken up residence in an old abandoned van on the property. He littered the area with garbage, old chairs, pillows, blankets, molding food and buckets of dirty water, all of which was a harbor for rodents, bugs and insects.
Deputies worked with the new resident who had the van towed away, prompting the squatter to pack up some belongings and leave. […]

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The True Measure of Success #ShareTheGood

“This morning, while at Casa Santiago Cuban restaurant in Royal Palm Beach, members of the Enforceable Writs Section were approached by Elizabeth Torres and Elias Becher from Special Olympics Florida, Palm Beach County. Both kids ran up to the above detectives, immediately wrapped their arms around the officers and began thanking us for all we do. Both Elizabeth and Elias told the detectives that they were on the way to go bowling. As I sat in awe, the four […]

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Deputies are Appreciated During Breakfast.

“My partner and I were eating breakfast when we returned to our cars someone left both of us gift cards with a note.” – Thank You. #WeSeeYou
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From our Facebook Friends:

Patricia Johnson That’s so awesome. .love it. Thank God that no one took them .

 

Jeanne Lynch Very nice. I still do that for our deputies bc I appreciate their hard work and know what they deal with.

 

Heather Myers That gesture of the gift card is what counts. He/she may […]

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Fan Thanked Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office for their assistance in locating their parents

We just received this heartwarming story from one of our Fans.‪#‎WeSeeYou‬
“Hi, I want to thank the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office for their assistance in locating my parents early this morning. My parents were flying into West Palm Beach from Providence, Rhode Island, with a stop over in Newark, New Jersey. My dad is 80 years old and my mother is 75. They were scheduled to land at 5:28 pm and did not arrive. Nor did they arrive on the […]

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Deputies Help During Downpour

We worked the streets last night and helped anyone that was in need of our assistance. Here is a fan who thanked us for helping her out of a jam:
“Last night officers Quesada, Y. and Sigler, M. assisted my daughters when they struck a down traffic sign that was in the middle of the road during a down pour. They went over and beyond trying to change the tire but when that failed officer Quesada waited with us for […]

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Serve and Protect Reading Program

::Watch PBSO Operation “Serve and Protect Reading Program”::
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Deputies celebrated the final day of the Serve and Protect reading program with students at North Grade Elementary School in Lake Worth, Fl. Over several weeks, the deputies mentored and read to the students at their school.

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Thank You Letter

Our jobs are not always easy. One of the hardest things we come across is notifying a family member of someone passing. That is why we appreciate letters like this one that highlight our efforts to comfort and bring justice to families that have experienced great loss.

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Deputies saved a man from a Rip Current at Lake Worth Beach.

Deputies patrolling Lake Worth Beach on ATV’s observed someone struggling in the water approximately 30 yards off the beach. Observing the struggling swimmer caught up in a rip current, deputies began yelling at the swimmer to swim parallel to shore. The swimmer appeared to be exhausted and was struggling to keep his head above water. Deputies quickly ripped off their vests & gun belts, ran down the beach and dove into the water. Both deputies swam out to the […]

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