Palm Beach, FL Police

Palm Beach, Florida – Jail and Mugshot Information

Palm Beach is a town located in Palm Beach County, near West Palm Beach and Lake Worth. Based on the 2016 census, approximately 8,690 people live in this area. The town has a Council–manager type of government. The current mayor is Gail Coniglio. The Town Manager is Kirk Blouin.

Town Hall
360 South County Road
P.O. Box 2029
Palm Beach, FL 33480
561-838-5400

Palm Beach Town Hall

Gail L. Coniglio, Mayor
561-838-5414
mayor@townofpalmbeach.com

Kirk Blouin, Town Manager
561-838-5410
kblouin@townofpalmbeach.com

In 2016, the crime index for Palm Beach was incredibly lower than the US average (280.5) at 91.1. Within that year, there were no murders, rapes, robberies, and arson cases reported. However, there were 4 reported assaults, 31 reported burglaries, 88 reported thefts, and 18 reported auto thefts. As of October 2018, 4 registered sex offenders have listed Palm Beach as their place of residence. The ratio of residents to sex offenders in this area is a lot smaller than the Florida average at 2,194 to 1.

Palm Beach, Florida – Police Station Information

Palm Beach had 141 reported incidents in 2016 which gave it a total crime rate of 1,620 crimes for every 100,000 people. This was much lower than the Florida average that year which was 3,117 crimes for every 100,000 people. It was also lower compared to the US average (2,837 crimes per 100k people). The crime that was most often reported that year was theft.

The Palm Beach Police Department is a full service law enforcement agency headed by acting Police Chief Nicholas P. Caristo. The department can be found along South Country Road. It is comprised of two divisions – Law Enforcement and Support Services. Within the Law Enforcement Division, there are two units – Patrol and Criminal Investigations. The Support Services Division, on the other hand, consists of several units such as Code and Parking Enforcement Unit, Communications, Records Informations Systems Unit, and the Business and Community Relations Unit.

Palm Beach Police Department
345 South County Road
Palm Beach, FL 33480
561-838-5454

Palm Beach Police Dept

Nicholas Caristo, Acting Chief of Police
561-227-6353
ncaristo@palmbeachpolice.com

The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office Department of Corrections runs three detention centers that are all under the command of Major Frank Milo. The Main Detention Center is a jail on Gun Club Road that can house 2166 maximum medium, and minimum custody adult males as well as juveniles and special population inmates (female and male). In Belle Glade is the West Detention Center which can hold 998 inmates of all custody levels. Visitations are conducted only through video in both facilities. Registration is required if you wish to schedule a visit with an inmate.

West Detention Center
38811 James Wheeler Way,
Belle Glade, FL., 33430

Main Detention Center
3228 Gun Club Road
West Palm Beach, FL 33406-3001

Open Records Requests in Palm Beach, Florida

The Town Clerk is responsible for maintaining all official records of the town of Palm Beach. Any requests to view or obtain copies of public records are processed by this office. You may request access to public records online or get in touch with the Town Clerk’s office.

Kathleen Dominguez, Town Clerk
Phone: (561) 227-6342
Fax: (561) 838-5417
records@townofpalmbeach.com

The Records Unit of the Palm Beach Police Department also maintains public records, this time for the department. You can visit this office in the lobby of the police headquarters during regular business hours, Mondays through Fridays from 9am to 3pm.

Records Unit, PBPD
561-838-5480

Police Logs in Palm Beach, Florida

You can view all the crimes reported in Palm Beach County online. The type of crime most commonly committed in this area is vehicle break-in.

Palm Beach County Crime Mappnig

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