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.


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.


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 […]


“It’s an Amazing Feeling”

“It’s an amazing feeling when a young man runs up to you, just to say hi and gives you a hug and a high five. Just to show the appreciation for Law Enforcement. I gave him a sticker and made him my new partner.” – Deputy DaSilva #NationalPoliceWeek
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PBSO Deputy assisted a young lady getting the proper documents to facilitate getting her drivers license

“With all the unfortunate negativity going on these days here is a feel good story. A local girl wanted to get an identification card so she could get a job but was unable to get to the DMV. One of our local Deputies drove her and her mom and assisted her in getting the proper documents together to facilitate the process. Palm Beach County Deputies at their finest.”


Deputies Invited to High Tea Event at South Grade Elementary School

On Monday, May 11, 2015, Deputies from the Lake Worth Community Policing Unit attended the South Grade Elementary School “High Tea” Event. This is a school program where students learn proper dinning etiquette and we are invited to the final dinner where they demonstrate the newly learned etiquette.
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Going Home

All we want to do is to go home to our families after protecting and serving our community. Thank you for this awesome ‪#‎WeSeeYou‬ picture.