Police Foundation To Enhance Safety Beyond the Badge
In the heart of Juno Beach, where community thrives and camaraderie flourishes, the Police Foundation is gearing up to make an impact that goes beyond the traditional realms of law enforcement. We sincerely appreciate the invaluable support of the Town Council on this matter and extend our heartfelt thanks for their unwavering dedication to the well-being of our community.
With a commitment to safeguarding multiple facets of life in our beloved town, the Police Foundation is set to fund four new Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in areas where people gather, recreate, and play sports. These life-saving AEDs will be strategically placed in the Kagan Park Playground, in both gazebos at Pelican Lake, and at Town Hall Park, ensuring easy accessibility should emergencies occur in the heart of our community.
While the primary mission of the Police Foundation revolves around providing cutting-edge equipment, training, and technology for the Police Department, our commitment to the safety and well-being of Juno Beach residents and visitors extends far beyond the badge. This new initiative seamlessly aligns with our dedication to community outreach, reinforcing the notion that safety is a collective responsibility that transcends specific roles.
The Foundation has already funded AEDs in each of the Town's Police vehicles. The addition of these AEDs in public places emphasizes our holistic approach to public safety, ensuring that the major gathering areas of Juno Beach are all equipped to respond swiftly to emergencies. Placing these life-saving devices in popular gathering spots emphasizes our commitment to fostering a secure environment for everyone.
Juno Beach is more than just a town; it's a vibrant community where families gather, friends unite, and sports enthusiasts revel in their passion. Recognizing the multifaceted needs of our residents and visitors, the Police Foundation embraces the opportunity to contribute to a safer and healthier environment for all.
This initiative is a testament to the Police Foundation's dedication to community welfare. By strategically placing AEDs in these locations, we take a proactive step toward ensuring that the heartbeat of Juno Beach remains strong in more ways than one. While our primary mission remains focused on empowering the Police Department, this venture underscores our commitment to the overarching well-being of the entire community.
In Juno Beach, safety knows no bounds, and the Police Foundation, with the support of Council, is proud to lead the charge in fortifying our town against unforeseen challenges. Together, let's celebrate this new chapter in community safety - a chapter where the Police Foundation extends its protective embrace to every resident, visitor, and sports enthusiast who calls Juno Beach home.
Juno Beach Police Foundation
Thomas F. Murphy, President
803 Donald Ross Road
|• Lew Wheeler, Vice President
||• Jack Luther, Treasurer
|• Joe Rooney, Secretary
||• Nelson Ferreira, Director
|• John Large, Director
||• Paul Rothstein, Director
|• Chief Brian Smith, Advisor
||• Major Mark Saloio, Advisor
Juno Beach, FL 33408
Tel (561) 719-5547
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