Has a police officer or deputy treated you particularly well or poorly?
Police chiefs at Saturday morning’s Community Safety Roundtable said they want to hear about it.
So we’ve put together some ways to do that at the agencies represented on the panel, which heard from residents about police concerns.
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office
Internal Affairs 561-688-3035
West Palm Beach Police
Criminal Justice Advisory Board, meets at 8:30 a.m., second Tuesday of the month open to the public
Commend or complain about an officer: http://bit.ly/1SIIlIn
Boynton Beach Police
Email addresses and phone numbers for Chief Jeffrey Katz and other brass, submit feedback, tips, etc: http://bit.ly/1Bx9gvW
North Palm Beach Police
From web site http://bit.ly/1KuY4Ff on filing a complaint: The department will investigate any complaint made by a citizen. Complaints may be received in person, via written correspondence, telephone calls, or anonymously. Please call 561-848-2525 and ask to speak with the supervisor on duty.
Riviera Beach Police
Internal Affairs: Step-by-step ways to file a complaint http://bit.ly/1EHX4c3