Palm Beach County Association of Chiefs of Police

PO Box 1316

West Palm Beach Florida 33402      

Tel: 772-485-2289     Fax: 561-625-0441

www.pbpolicechiefs.org

Recent news

Florida Tour de Force 2017

 

The 20th annual Florida Tour de Force is set to launch April 3, 2017 to April 7, 2017.  The Florida Tour de Force ride is a 270 mile charity bicycle ride from North Miami Beach Police Department to Daytona Beach Shores Public Safety Department.  The ride is done to honor and raise money for Florida's Law Enforcement Fallen Heroes.  The ride is organized and manned by devoted volunteers and every single dollar raised is donated to the families of our fallen heroes.

 

Congratulations New 2017 Board of Directors!

 

On January 18, 2017 at 0900 hours, the Palm Beach County Association of Chiefs of Police conducted its Annual Installation Luncheon.  The following members were sworn in by Mayor Mort Levine, Town of Juno Beach:

 

President:           Chief Richard Jenkins, North Palm Beach Police Department

Vice-President:   Chief Thomas Ceccarelli, Palm Springs Police Department

Treasurer            Chief Sarah Mooney, West Palm Beach Police Department

Secretary            Chief Jeffrey Goldman, Delray Beach Police department 

 

APRIL IS NATIONAL AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH

 

West Palm Beach Police Department partners with Easter Seals

 

In  April 2017,  the West Palm Beach Police Department will again partner with Easter Seals and held an Easter Egg Hunt at the Igoe-Amar Child Development Center.   Appoximately 20 officers and 10 Explorers participated in the event.

 

The Igoe-Amar Child Development Center in West Palm Beach is an inclusive, developmental preschool that provides educational, childcare, therapeutic and family support services to children of all abilities and their families. Many of the children who attend the Amar Center have disabilities or special needs.
 

 

On behalf of Executive Director Nancy McBride:
  
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) would like to share our new Autism Awareness Infographic to help communities increase awareness about the issues of wandering in Children with Autism, enabling them to better address these issues in communities. Please help us distribute this important information during April, National Autism Awareness Month.  For additional resources and the NCMEC Wandering PSA, please click on link below.
 
http://www.missingkids.com/en_US/documents/AutismAwareInfographic.pdf.
 

Public Private Partnership Workgroup addresses School Safety