Report graffiti to Sheriff’s Office or Crime Stoppers

PALM BEACH COUNTY — The Sheriff’s Office and Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County is asking the public’s assistance in reporting graffiti along roadways, on utility poles and boxes, traffic signs, in business plazas, in and around perimeter walls, and on abandon businesses and homes.  A community’s first step in taking back its streets is getting rid of graffiti.  The quicker we can identify and remove graffiti, the less likely there will be a reoccurrence.

In early 2005, Sheriff Ric Bradshaw established the Graffiti Eradication Program.  Deputies with inmate workers rapidly respond to remove graffiti within the unincorporated areas of Palm Beach County and our contract cities (Belle Glade; Greenacres; Lake Park; Lake Worth; Loxahatchee Groves; Mangonia Park; Pahokee; Royal Palm Beach; South Bay; Wellington).

How to report graffiti:

•  Call 9-1-1 for emergencies (suspect(s) on scene)

• Call 688-3400 for non-emergencies (suspect(s) not on scene)

• Crime Stoppers at https://www.crimestopperspbc.com/report-graffiti/   (Just take a photo on your smartphone, upload it with an address, and other information – you remain anonymous and eligible for a reward)

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