Christine and Bob Stiller hosted a kickoff cocktail reception at their oceanfront house in Palm Beach on November 30, 2018, in honor of the upcoming 12th Annual Policemen’s Ball at the Mar a Lago Club on January 6, 2018. More than 140 guests attended the party and were welcomed by The Palm
After starting at the Palm Beach Police Department as a dispatcher 23 years ago, Ann-Marie Taylor has risen through the ranks all the way to being the first woman to hold the position of deputy chief. “She’s a go-getter,” said Director of Public Safety Kirk Blouin. “There’s a tiger in there.”
Ann-Marie Taylor, who became the first female Police Captain in the history of the Palm Beach Police Department in 2014, and has been promoted by Public Safety Director Kirk Blouin to Deputy Chief, the second highest ranking officer in the Department. She succeeds Deputy Chief Jeffrey Trylch
When it comes to handling emergencies such as accidents, natural disasters and terrorist attacks, the Palm Beach Police Department, a full-service law enforcement agency with the highest levels of service and excellence, remains ever prepared. Preparedness and professionalism were well in
Emergencies Call 911. Town non-emergency * Police: 838-5454 * Fire-Rescue: 838-5420 * Emergency hot line for residents who are out of town: (866) 372-4150 * Rumor control hurricane hot line: 227-7070 Other non-emergency * Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office: 688-3000 *
The Palm Beach Police Foundation Awards over 100,000 in Academic Scholarships The Palm Beach Police Foundation, Inc., has completed scholarship application review for the 2017-18 academic year, and has awarded 15 qualifying students a total of over 100,000.00 in scholarship funding.
Chalk up one for the local guys. Team Plantagenets, the bicycling team assembled by Palm Beacher Michael Falk to cycle across the country, is back from their transcontinental trek, a little chafed but safe and sound. And get this: They won. Falk et al. crossed the finish line in Annapolis a
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.
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.
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.