Hollywood PAL In The News

June 2017  University of Miami coach runs football practice at Hollywood Police Athletic League youth camp

At the end of camp, Richt asked the players if they wanted to play in high school, college and professional football. Richt said when he considers a player for his team, he looks at whether they can play a position well enough to help the team win, and if they get good grades. Read Full Article Click Here

June 2017  Graduation of Leadership Hollywood Class 41

 Hollywood PAL (Police Athletic League) Project Team

Assistant Chief Chris O’Brien and Officer Steven Regentz

Leadership Hollywood is an interactive program hosted each year by the Greater Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. While in the program, participants get an up close view of the community, work together on various community projects and achieve a unique knowledge of resources and services available in Hollywood, Broward County and the State of Florida.

May 2017  MIMI’s Makes Generous Gift To PAL

Thank You Mimi’s For Your Generous Gift To Hollywood PAL

May 2017  PAL Youth Career Expo

Expo at Hollywood P.A.L. Highlights Career Options for Local Youth. One of the most difficult things about being young is finding one’s way and getting started on a career. To help young people begin to see some possible career options, a group from Leadership Hollywood recently held the Police Athletic League (PAL) Youth Career Expo. People with successful careers in the community came and gave presentations on pursuing educational and vocational opportunities. There were presentations from business people, a police officer, a dentist and a former Miami Dolphin player.

May 2016  New PAL Van Donated by Nice Car 

New PAL Van

New Hollywood PAL van, donated free of charge along with free maintenance and tires for the life of the van by Nice Car of Hollywood.  Sgt Chris Boyd made it happen. (Shown in Photo) PAL Board Members Sgt. Chris Boyd, Alessandra Stivelman, Assistant Chief Demmery and Officer Danielle DeAndrade 

 May 2016  PAL Receives $50,000 in Forfeiture Funds


PAL received $50,000 in Law Enforcement Forfeiture Funds from the Hollywood Police Department (Shown in Photo) PAL Program Director Det. Wil Fernander, Jean Burton,  PAL President Pat Stevens, PAL Board Member David Burton, Chief Tomas Sanchez, PAL Secretary Jennifer Corbo, and PAL Treasurer Sara Lavenka