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Sexual Assault & Prevention Info

The information provided on this page is in support of Board Policy 6Hx-18-3.49, Sexual Predator or Offender Information Notification/Publication.

The Board’s policy was adopted on March 11, 2003 and can be viewed in its entirety at the link below. The FDLE webpage link is provided to search for possible offenders by name (first and last), city, or zip code. There is an additional feature on the FDLE web page (under the University search function) that shows current students that are listed as offenders, by campus.

Board Policy 6Hx-18-3.49

FDLE Contact Info

Toll-free: 1-888-357-7332 (M-F 8:00am - 5:00pm EST)         Local: (850) 410-8572
Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE)

For your convenience, the zip codes for the following campuses are provided below:

Belle Glade - 33430

Boca Raton - 33431

Historical Building Downtown - 33401

Lake Worth - 33461

Loxahatchee Groves - 33470

Palm Beach Gardens - 33410

PBIA/Fire Academy - 33406

The FBI has also made available individual state's searchable databases and a national registry which will search all state databases.

If you are the victim of a sexual assault, your first priority is to get to a safe place and obtain necessary medical attention. Victims are encouraged to make a timely report to law enforcement officials and/or campus security. The timely reporting of an incident is important for evidence collection and preservation. Filing a police report does not obligate a victim to cooperate with a prosecution.  If a person makes a report to the Campus Security Office, the student will be given the option to notify local law enforcement.  If the student does want to notify local law enforcement, campus security will assist with the notification. The campus security department will also assist in making contact with Palm Beach County Victim’s Services if they prefer not to notify local law enforcement.  

An additional option for pursuing charges is through the College's disciplinary process, which is detailed in the Student Success Handbook.

Palm Beach State College Counseling Services

While the Student Counseling Center offers short term mental health counseling and urgent need response,  we also provide Case Management Services and linkage to community based services for longer term care or for those students with a higher level of need.  For further information contact the Student Counseling Center @ 561-868-3980 or via email


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