I am dissatisfied about my recent contact with a Palm Beach Police Officer, what can I do?
To maintain the highest level of public confidence, all complaints will be thoroughly and impartially investigated. The Professional Standards Lieutenant operates as the investigative arm of the Director of Public Safety to identify and review employee behavior that would tend to discredit the Department and the community we serve. Professional Standards ensures all complaint investigations are conducted with consistency and fairness.

Complaints may be received in person, via written correspondence, telephone calls, or anonymously. Please call (561) 838-5454 and ask to speak with the Patrol Commander on duty for more information or download the Citizen Complaint form for further instructions
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1. How do I obtain a copy of police report?
2. Where is the Palm Beach Police Department located?
3. What phone number should I use to contact the Palm Beach Police Department?
4. How can I obtain a parking permit?
5. What information do I need to register my residential or business alarm?
6. How can I obtain a Town of Palm Beach Voluntary Identification Card?
7. How can I obtain an out of state Town of Palm Beach resident Identification Card?
8. I need fingerprints taken for employment, travel, other reasons.
9. Will the police department watch my house when I am away on vacation? Closed House Service
10. Do you offer security surveys?
11. I need a police officer to provide private service at my home or business.
12. How can I apply for a position with the department?
13. Where can I pay a parking citation I received in Palm Beach?
14. How can I Dispute a Parking Ticket
15. I am dissatisfied about my recent contact with a Palm Beach Police Officer, what can I do?
16. How do I find the Town Code of Ordinances?
17. I would like information about Palm Beach Police & Fire Foundation Citizen's or Teen Academy.
18. What to do when stopped by a police officer?
19. What to do when stopped by a Police Officer while driving
20. Submit Residential or Business Contact Information to the Palm Beach Police Department.