Captain Robert Sandt
- Crime Laboratory
- Crime Lab Forensic Sciences
- Crime Lab Technical Services
- Narcotics Division
- Drug Identification
- Drug Treatment Info
- Organized Crime Bureau – Narcotics Report
- Drug Trends
- Special Investigations Division
- Violent Crimes Division
District 4 is located at 14925 Cumberland Dr. in Delray Beach.
For patrol purposes, the District is divided into seven sectors encompassing a geographical area of approximately 38 square miles.
The north and south boundaries extend from Clint Moore Road to the L-30 Canal, south of (Flavor Pict Rd).
The east and west boundaries run from South Congress Avenue to the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.
For additional public convenience, District 4 has a satellite office located inside the Delray Marketplace at 14851 Lyons Rd. #106, Delray Beach.
- Community Patrol Division
- Community Response Division
- Investigative Division
- Support Bureau
T.E.A.M Delray, represents:
Trust – Our agency will always hold in high regard our value of trust. We recognize that trust from the community is hard to earn and easy to lose.
Engagement – As an agency, we operate through internal and external engagement highlighted by our belief that we are One Delray, One Community and One Police Department.
Accountability – We will always be accountable to our community and our employees for our actions and decisions.
Mindfulness – We will be ever mindful that we, as a police department, derive our legitimacy through the community we represent.
Community Patrol Division
- Problem Oriented Policing Impact Team
- Canine Unit
Community Response Division
- Clean and Safe Unit
- Community Service Officers
- Traffic Unit
- Special Operations Section
- Criminal Intelligence Unit
- Crime Scene Unit
- Evidence Unit
- Narcotics Enforcement Section
- Persons Unit
- Property Unit
- Accreditation and Program Services Unit
- Community Affairs Office
- Communications Section
- Information Technology Unit
- Police Information Service Section
- Public Information Officer
- Training Unit
Palm Beach County Fire Rescue
Reginald K. Duren
Fire Rescue Administrator
PALM BEACH COUNTY FIRE RESCUE
Palm Beach County Fire Rescue is one of the largest Fire Departments in the state of Florida.
They respond to just about every emergency you can imagine:
- Car accidents
- Hazardous materials or conditions
- Plane crashes
- Aircraft emergencies
- Presidential motorcade details
- Chemical spills
- Fuel spills
- Water rescues
- Animal rescues
- Hurricane/disaster planning
- Preparation and response
- & more!
Quick Statistics on PBCFR:
- 140,000 911 calls for help each year
- 49 fire stations, including Palm Beach International Airport
- Covering 1761 square miles
- More than 1500 employees
- Fire & arson investigations
- Building fire safety inspections
- Construction plans review
- Community education presentations
- Mobile Integrated Health Program – for follow up with patients in need after 911 calls
- CARES Team – for emotional first aid for families & resource connection services
Behavioral/Mental Health Resources
All of the information provided below came from pbcgov.org.
The Palm Beach County School District
PBCSD has launched a hotline number for mental and behavioral health concerns which will be supported by the district’s mental health professionals.
Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
CINS/FINS Prevention Services
(Children In Need of Services/Families In Need of Services)
FREE Non-residential Counseling for youth ages 6-17 and their families
24 / 7 Phone: (561) 868 – 4456
Individual and Family Counseling (IFC)
Provides services to children and adults struggling with emotional and behavioral challenges, through in home, at school and telehealth counseling.
Phone: (561) 868 – 4300
Safe Harbor Shelter Program Respite:
Services for youth, ages 10-17 who may be in crisis and need respite-struggling with parents.
Counseling available for families.
Domestic Violence respite and Probation respite services also available.
24 / 7 Phone for all services: (561) 868 – 4456
For additional info: View their website
Pace Center for Girls Palm Beach County
Currently has openings for telehealth Therapy services provided through our Reach Program.
These services are for any girl residing in Palm Beach County, 8-18 years of age.
Phone: (561) 472 – 1990
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) PBC
Can help navigate individuals or a loved ones experiencing anxiety, depression, loneliness or other mental health challenges to mental health support.
Individuals can be connected to a resource or therapist if they are insured or uninsured.
Phone: (561) 588-3477
The Salvation Army
Emotional and spiritual care hotline is available to all residents
Hotline is available 7 days a week from 9:00 am-9:00 pm.
Phone: (844) 458-HOPE (4673).
The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness
The Alliance’s low-cost, outpatient therapy for individuals who are uninsured or underinsured in Palm Beach County, remains open virtually.
Contact The Alliance for more information at Info@allianceforeatingdisorders.com
Individuals who have experienced or are experiencing eating disorders, and their friends and family supports can find help here.
A database of eating disorder clinicians and treatment providers, is available here.
For personalized referral services you can call The Alliance.
Phone: (866) 662 – 1235
Alzheimer’s Association Support Groups
Call to find a free support group to join.
24 / 7 Helpline
Phone: (800) 272-3900
The Palm Beach & Jupiter Vet Centers
Currently open for Veterans and their families. Meetings with individuals, groups, families and other services are being provided by phone and video.
If veterans, both established clients as well as new, wish to speak with a counselor or schedule an appointment, please call:
Jupiter Vet Center (561) 422-1220 or
Palm Beach Vet Center (561) 442-1201
A list of smartphone apps for self-help & coping strategies compiled by the VA can be accessed here.
The 24-hour hotline for Veterans in distress is (800) 273-8255
Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services
Virtual support groups related to anxiety surrounding the Coronavirus are available.
Phone: (561) 852-3333
Palm Beach County Victim Services & Certified Rape Center
To avoid possible COVID-19 exposure victims should avoid unnecessary trips to the hospital unless injuries need immediate medical attention.
Sexual assault services provided by PBCVS are free and in a confidential and private setting.
To reach an advocate at any time, call the PBCVS Helpline.
Phone: (561) 833-7273
This service is a partnership with New Directions Behavioral Health, which connects individuals with specially trained behavioral health counselors.
Offering a 24-Hour Toll-Free Helpline with Free Bilingual Emotional Support
Phone: (833) 848 – 1762
Mental Health America Palm Beach County
Due to Coronavirus office is closed.
The following services are still available remotely:
Support calls to MHA Phoenix Club and Peer Place members,
Group and individual support via Zoom video meetings,
Access to online support through the MyStrength app,
Messaging and posts for Phoenix Club and Peer Place members via private Facebook group,
Free telehealth counseling with clinical psychologist for uninsured individuals.
MHA Helpline phone support and navigation
Phone: (561) 501 – 4357
Drug Abuse Treatment Association (DATA)
The free “Want to Chat” program is available for youth or adults experiencing anxiety, depression or stress and would benefit from learning some coping skills during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Phone: (561) 844-3556
Spiritual Care Hotline
A service by Florida Baptist Convention relief agency offers prayer and comfort during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chaplains are not mental health professionals but have received training from mental health professionals at the Heart Peace Counseling Center in Deland.
Hotline is available daily (8am-8pm)
Phone: (888) 829-5004