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Plantagenets RAAM 1st Place Finish

Plantagenets RAAM 1st Place Finish

Have you ever wanted to ride your bicycle from California to Maryland? And do it in 7 days? Michael Falk,  husband of  Palm Beach Police Foundation board member, Annie Falk, wanted to Race Across America and assembled a team of 4 riders and a top crew of 14 people who became the Planagenets.

Can these four local cyclists race across America in less than 9 days?

Can these four local cyclists race across America in less than 9 days?

Beginning on June 17, four Palm Beach County men, ages 43 to 65, will embark on the 36th Race Across America, one of the world’s toughest bike endurance competitions, in which riders race almost 1,000 miles longer than the Tour de France and finish in less than half the time.

Police Employee Awarded 2017 Supervisor of the Year

Police Employee Awarded 2017 Supervisor of the Year

The Palm Beach Police Department is proud to announce that Lead Communications Supervisor Christine Cunningham was awarded the Supervisor of the Year by ASIS International at the 10th annual Law Enforcement Officers (LEO) Awards luncheon held at PGA National Resort & Spa on May 25th, 2017.

Law enforcement group honors Palm Beach Police communications supervisor

Christine Cunningham, lead communications supervisor with the Palm Beach Police Department, has been named supervisor of the year by the local chapter of ASIS International. Cunningham was the only civilian nominated in her category.

Party welcomes ready-to-bike racers The Plantagenets

Party welcomes ready-to-bike racers The Plantagenets

Considered a pinnacle of athletic achievement, the RAAM’s challenges include distance, terrain and weather. The team riders will cycle 3,000 miles through 12 states, climb more 170,000 feet — and do it in nine days or less. The team has designated The Palm Beach Police Foundation to benefit from the

Police Golf Classic a win for scholarships

Police Golf Classic a win for scholarships

The Palm Beach Police Foundation annual Golf Classic April 10 raised $57,000 to benefit the Town of Palm Beach Police Department and fund scholarships for the children of police officers.

The “Council of 100” Celebrates Spring at Club Colette

The “Council of 100” Celebrates Spring at Club Colette

The Council of 100, a special division of the Palm Beach Police Foundation, celebrated spring with cocktails and dinner on April 20, 2017 at Club Colette in Palm Beach.   Tim Moran, Vice President Emeritus and Co-founder of The Palm Beach Police Foundation and the Council of 100, welcomed more

Protect & serve: Council of 100 features Secret Service agent for Trump

Protect & serve: Council of 100 features Secret Service agent for Trump

The man responsible for protecting President Donald Trump on his Palm Beach visits was the featured speaker at the spring dinner of the Palm Beach Police Foundation’s Council of 100. The event took place April 20 at Club Colette and featured Robert A. Pearce of the U.S. Secret Service. Public

Palm Beach Police Honor Guard readies for inauguration

Palm Beach Police Honor Guard readies for inauguration

Palm Beach Police Honor Guard to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration

Palm Beach Police Honor Guard to attend Donald Trump’s inauguration

Palm Beach Police Honor Guard

Palm Beach Police Foundation

The Palm Beach Police Foundation is a charitable 501(c)(3) organization that exists to support the Town of Palm Beach Police Department and its employees through the acceptance, management and disbursement of tax-deductible gifts and contributions. It is organized and supported by town residents and the local community independent of the Town of Palm Beach. Federal Tax ID #83-046254. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE 1-800-HELP-FLA OR ONLINE AT www.FloridaConsumerHelp.com, REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. REGISTRATION #: CH21488