Tuesday, October 2, 2018

‘Red tide’ was a story yesterday. Here’s another one that happened:

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FYI: The City of Greenacres merged with PBSO in 2015. The three-year anniversary is coming up soon. On that topic is this quote:

[T]here is no debate about the result. Overall crime is down, and available law-enforcement resources are far better.” [emphasis added]

Quote. Editor at The Palm Beach Post, March 10th, 2018.

Volunteering for PBSO is powerfully effective keeping neighborhoods and communities safer.

Do you or someone you know have time to
volunteer with PBSO?

Then contact PBSO’s Volunteer Headquarters or the Neighborhood Assoc. Presidents’ Council (NAPC; see below for contact information):

  • PBSO Volunteer HQ: Call 561-433-2003
  • Email: Volunteer@PBSO.org
  • Or visit the Volunteer Services Unit at 2601 S. Military Trail, Ste. 29 in West Palm Beach: open Monday–Friday from 9:00 a.m.–noon and 1:00 p.m.–4:00.

Volunteers are needed for the Citizen Observer Patrol (COP), media unit, traffic monitoring, parking enforcement, Volunteer Emergency Response Team (VERT), honor guard, mounted unit, and bike patrol.

To contact the NAPC in the City of Lake Worth visit their Facebook page or send an email to: napcinfo@gmail.com

And keep in mind Crime Stoppers as well:

You may have that one small tip to help solve the murder of Thomas Altman. Refresh your memory: read the Post article by reporter Hannah Winston from March 2016.