Boca Raton Police Foundation (BRPF) announced today that Debbie Levine has joined the organization as our first Executive Director. The BRPF is a growing non-profit dedicated to improving public safety, impacting officer readiness, and ensuring the continued well-being of the City of Boca Raton. Prior to joining BRPF, Debbie Levine worked for seventeen years with the SOS Children’s Villages -Florida.

The BRPF operates alongside Police Chief Daniel C. Alexander and his staff to identify specific initiatives, and support the Police Department in four key areas: providing state of the art technology and equipment for its staff; delivering training and education opportunities to enhance officer aptitude; liaising with the residents of Boca Raton to strengthen relationships between the Police Department and the community; and assuring all employees of the Boca Raton Police Department are taken care of during their times of need.

Debbie commented, “I am excited to embark on this new challenge within the BRPF and look forward to working with the Department to secure the resources and training it needs to remain the best law enforcement agency any city can have.”

Chairman of the Board of Directors Marc Bell said, “We are very fortunate to have secured someone of Debbie’s caliber for this pivotal position and view her appointment as a sign of our commitment to the Police Department. I’m confident that Debbie will play a key role in growing the Foundation and implementing high level engagement to encourage businesses and residents to get involved in their community.”