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The new Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office utilizes cutting-edge technology that empowers residents with two-way communications between residents and PBSO. Its mobile Suspicious Activity Reporting system allows users to identify criminal and suspicious activity and report it directly to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office along with the precise geographic location of the incident. The app also receives important bulletins, news and information from the PBSO. The next time you see suspicious activity or have any other criminal justice concern, use the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office app. For more information about the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, go to www.pbso.org
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  • See somethnig suspicious
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  • Enter a description
  • Select issue from list
  • Submit it
  • Follow up, if requested.
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Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office

Law enforcement agency in Palm Beach, Florida

Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office
Palm Beach County Sheriff Office.jpg
AbbreviationPBSO
FormedJuly 1, 1909
Employees4,200+
Volunteers4,300+
Annual budget740,000,000
Operations jurisdictionPalm Beach, Florida, United States
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Map of Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office's jurisdiction
Size2,386 sq mi (6,180 km²)
Population1,497,000
Legal jurisdictionCounty Wide
General nature
Headquarters3228 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, Florida 33460
Agency executive
Patrol Districts20[1]
www.pbso.org

The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, commonly known by the acronym of PBSO, is the largest law enforcement agency in Palm Beach County, Florida.[2] With more than 4200 employees and 1,800 civilian volunteers, the agency [3] provides police services to more than 680,000 residents in the county's unincorporated areas and 235,000 residents in the 13 municipalities covered by PBSO. PBSO also oversees the county jail system, provides security at all four of the county courthouses, and is the primary law enforcement agency covering Palm Beach International Airport.

Overview[edit]

Palm Beach County has 39 municipalities, encompassing some 60 percent of the County population. The rest of the population live in unincorporated areas. Several municipalities have their own police departments while the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office contracts to provide law enforcement services to 13 of the 39 municipalities. The following cities contract with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office to provide law enforcement services: Lake Park, Belle Glade, South Bay, Pahokee, Greenacres, Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, Loxahatchee Groves, Mangonia Park, Westlake, Lake Worth Beach, South Palm Beach and Palm Beach Shores.

Communities served[edit]

Currently PBSO provides law enforcement services to four regional patrol bureaus, North, South, East and West.[4]

North Regional Bureau- North Palm Beach County

South Regional Bureau - South Palm Beach County

East Regional Bureau - Central Palm Beach County

West Regional Bureau - Western Palm Beach County

Jail facilities[edit]

There are two jail facilities operated by the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. One is in Belle Glade, called the West Detention Center, which houses all custody levels from minimum to maximum security. At any one time it can contain up to 991 inmates (total bed capacity), with a staff of 188. The facility has a video visitation program which allows families to communicate with inmates remotely.[5]

The largest jail is the Main Detention Center.[2] Three towers make up the center, The South Tower, The East Tower, and The West Tower.[6] The largest is The South Tower, the building was constructed in 1993 from concrete and steel with a cost of $52 million.[6] The East and West Towers were built in 1983; they now flank the South Tower, completing the Main Detention Center.[6] The Main Detention Center's primary function is to hold high risk inmates, federal inmates, and those inmates who are in need of special medical attention and/or are unable to operate at other facilities.[6] The total number of beds at the facility is 2,166. The South Tower can hold 1,285 inmates, East Tower has 418 beds, and The West Tower has 404 beds.[6]

Communications[edit]

The Communications Division at PBSO consists of over 180 employees.[7] There are three dispatch and 911 call centers that operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year taking in over a million calls annually.[7] The main dispatch 911 call center is located at the PBSO Headquarters building on Gun Club Road in unincorporated West Palm Beach. The main center covers all eastern regions and districts and is the largest center with 5 of the main talkgroups dispatched out of this location. There are also two additional dispatch 911 call centers with one located at the Main Courthouse in Downtown West Palm Beach, which covers the Main Courthouse, Downtown Palm Beach County Governmental Complex and Palm Beach International Airport. The center located in Belle Glade at the PBSO western district complex covers the far western area of Palm Beach County to include Belle Glade, Pahokee, South Bay and the large unincorporated farming areas.

PBSO operates a Motorola countywide radio system with 8 main talk groups and 1 inquiry talk group for running names, license plates and drivers licenses, deputies also use this talk group to request rotation tow trucks and for general information. Each talk group has a dispatch monitored channel and a talk-around channel for unit to unit communications. The agency also has numerous specialty talk groups for special operations, SWAT, Narcotics, Gangs and Fugitive Warrants. The system was converted to a Project 25 Phase II TDMA modulation system in June 2018.

Texting to 911 is also an option for those who are deaf, hard of hearing, have a speech impediment, or are in an emergency situation where voice call is not possible.[7]

Domestic violence prevention[edit]

The Domestic Violence Unit consists of a sergeant, two detectives and 5 domestic violence advocates.[8] The advocates are trained to help and assist victims of domestic violence filing the petition and be with them throughout the legal process as support consultants.[8]

Composition[edit]

Captain James Stormes (left) of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office maps out traffic patterns to help facilitate distribution of ice and water to residents affected by Hurricane Frances at the South Florida Fairgrounds distribution center (2004)

The Sheriff's Office is composed of roughly 4,200 employees, including approximately 1,600 sworn law enforcement personnel, 700 sworn corrections personnel, 1,900 civilian personnel and 1,800 volunteers.[9] The annual operating budget for the PBSO is approximately $740,000,000. Ric L. Bradshaw has been sheriff for Palm Beach County since January 2005, and has served over 45 years in law enforcement.[10]

Rank structure[edit]

One of three Bell 429 helicopters in operation at PBSO.

Executive staff[edit]

Sheriff Bradshaw's highest-level Executive staff consists of the following individuals:[11]

  • Chief Deputy Frank DeMario, Department of Law Enforcement Operations and Corrections
  • Colonel Robert L. Allen, Strategic Operations
  • Colonel Antonio Araujo, Uniform Operations
  • Colonel John L. Prieschl, J.D. Department of Professional Compliance
  • Colonel Alfonso Starling, Department of Corrections Operations
  • George Forman, Chief Operating Officer
  • Bureau Director Teri Barbera, Public Information Officer
  • Terence Feeney, Chief Procurement Officer
  • Bureau Director Hilda A. Gonzalez, Chief Risk Officer
  • Bureau Director Andrea Lueghausen, Communications Operations Bureau
  • Sherry Mazorra, Chief Financial Officer
  • Bureau Director Dale Sisson, Information Technology Bureau Director

List of Sheriffs[edit]

  • George B. Baker (1909 - 1920)[12]
  • Robert C. Baker (1920 - 1923, 1924 - 1931)
  • Edwin Albert Stephenson (1923)
  • William Hiram Lawrence (1931 - 1933, 1934 - 1941)
  • Jack S.Willson (1933)
  • Lucian Raymond “Jack” Baker (1941 - 1945)
  • John F. Kirk (1945 - 1960)
  • Martin Kellenberger (1961, 1962 - 1967)
  • Peter Widener (1961)
  • Clinton E. Taylor (1962)
  • William Heidtman (1967 - 1976)
  • Richard P. Wille (1977 - 1995)
  • Charles McCutcheon (1995 - 1996)
  • Bob Neumann (1997 - 2000)
  • Ed Bieluch (2001 - 2004)
  • Ric L. Bradshaw (2005–present)

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palm_Beach_County_Sheriff%27s_Office
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Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office (District 19)


Welcome to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office (District 19) Town of South Palm Beach.  The Town of South Palm Beach was incorporated in 1955, and located on a barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Intracoastal Waterway to the west.   It is approximately 5/8th of a mile long, bordered by the Town of Palm Beach to the north, and the Town of Lantana to the south. This beautiful coastal community is home to approximately 3,000 permanent and seasonal residents.

I am Sergeant Mark Garrison and it is an honor to continue serving the residents, businesses, and visitors of this great community.   My service philosophy is rooted in problem solving/community oriented policing, beginning with a strong bond between law enforcement and our residents. This, along with being transparent and accessible, is paramount in addressing our community’s needs, expectations, and preserving its quality of life.

Our deputies are fully committed to providing a professional standard of service. Employing traditional and innovative strategies tailored to meet everyday challenges and specific needs. Some of our crime prevention and community resources include Aviation, Crime Scene, K-9, Investigations, Marine Patrol & Enforcement, Traffic & Motor units, Community Policing, ATVs, Bike Units, Emergency Response Teams, and a high-profile officer presence to deter crimes of opportunity.

Our problem solving policing philosophy, is key to preserving our community’s quality of life for all who live, work or visit the Town of South Palm Beach.  Please feel free to contact me, or any of our dedicated staff, if you have any questions or simply wish to stop by and visit.

Sergeant Mark Garrison
District 19 

PBSO Website:  http://www.pbso.org/   or  http://www.pbso.org/our-communities/south-regional-bureau/district-19-to...

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To obtain Police records, please contact the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office (PBSO) as follows:

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Attn: Central Records
3228 Gun Club Rd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33406

Phone No.:  561-688-3140

Email:  emailcentralrecords@pbso.org

PBSO Website:http://www.pbso.org/inside-pbso/general/central-records/

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There are a number of ways to make a public records request to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office:

Phone requests:

You may call 561-688-3140 and someone will be glad to assist you with your request.

In person:

The PBSO locations are open Monday through Friday to assist you in person, during the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 

E-mail:

You may e-mail your request to emailcentralrecords@pbso.org from the convenience of a computer. These requests will only be handled during regular office hours.

Mail-in:

You may mail in your written request to the following address:

Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Attn: Central Records
3228 Gun Club Rd.
West Palm Beach, FL 33406

***You are not required to identify yourself, provide a reason for the records request, or put your request in writing, in order to obtain public records from PBSO.

PBSO Headquarters: 3228 Gun Club Road, West Palm Beach, FL 33406
PBSO General Phone: (561) 688-3000
Working Days/Hours:  All Day Every Day

Sours: https://www.southpalmbeach.com/police
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Crimes in Palm Beach County

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October 12, 2021 - The Palm Beach County needs the public’s assistance with information on a hit and run accident.
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October 7, 2021 - West Palm Beach Police needs the public’s assistance identifying an unknown individual.
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September 23, 2021 - Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Detectives needs the public’s assistance identifying a suspect who stole a mountain bike from a residence in the City of Lake Worth Beach.
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September 20, 2021 - The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance locating a hit and run vehicle.
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September 2, 2021 - The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance identifying a suspect wanted for theft of a donation box from Cruz Fashion.
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July 23, 2021 - The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance identifying a suspect wanted for robbery.
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April 16, 2021 - The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance identifying two suspects wanted for armed robbery.
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April 8, 2021 - Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Detectives are seeking the suspect that was driving the black vehicle that fled from a Shooting/Road Rage Incident in Royal Palm Beach
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March 23, 2021 - The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance identifying a person who discharged a weapon inside and outside of the Bamboo Room in Lake Worth Beach.
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March 23, 2021 - The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance identifying a suspect wanted for theft from a Starbucks at Lake Worth Beach.
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The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Foundation

The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Foundation is an independent, nonprofit, charitable organization that helps underprivileged children through such programs as Shop with a Cop, and supports law enforcement by covering, for example, the cost of a new dog for the Canine Unit.  The Foundation also enhances deputy safety by subsidizing new equipment that might otherwise be unattainable.  In addition, the Foundation assists PBSO employees during times of need.

The Foundation is run by a volunteer board of local leaders who connect private sector dollars with public safety solutions.  As the authorized organization to raise funds on behalf of the Sheriff’s Office, the Foundation serves as a vehicle for tax-deductible gifts and grants from individuals, businesses and philanthropies.  Emphasis is placed on community improvement and involvement.

Law enforcement foundations are neither new nor unique.  There are foundations all around the country that benefit a multitude of agencies. They come out of the reality that good law enforcement is not cheap, and budgets rarely keep up with what is needed to serve and protect at the highest level.  The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Foundation is focused on complementing the policing strategies of the Sheriff’s Office to ensure a high level of service to everyone who lives in, works in and visits Palm Beach County.

Palm Beach County is the size of Delaware, with a population of about 1.5 million residents and one of the largest Sheriff’s Offices in the country.  Supporting the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Foundation is a rewarding way to positively impact this large, diverse community we call home.  Any contribution is appreciated and is tax-deductible.

Please contact us if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Sours: http://www.pbcsf.org/
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