PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. - Many areas in Florida struggle to get back on their feet after Hurricane Irma. Many law enforcement agencies have stepped up to help, including some from right here in the panhandle.
The Panama City Beach Police Department has sent multiple officers down to South Florida over the past few days. Among those, they sent two officers to the state emergency operations center in South Florida.
Thursday night they sent two additional officers down to the Florida Keys to help out in shelters.
Beach Police Chief Drew Whitman said South Florida police officers have been working long hours and need relief.
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