Sheriff Scott Israel

For nearly 40 years, I’ve personally witnessed Broward grow into the enormous economic engine, tourism hotspot and all-around great place to live that it is today. This tremendous growth and...
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  • Stolen Card Used at Walmart

    A Weston resident’s car is burglarized the evening before Memorial Day. The next day, the victim wakes to find a text alert about credit card fraud. Then he sees that his white Audi has been ransacked; gone are his dashboard camera and AMEX card.
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  • Can you ID Slithering Burglar?

    An agile, young burglar thought he could slip in and out of a Dania Beach home through a window undetected, but the victim’s home surveillance captured clear images of his face as he stared right at the recording device when he entered.
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  • Help ID Smiling Thieves

    On the afternoon of May 24, security cameras captured three teens on bikes circling around a Deerfield Beach Target’s parking lot. The thieves spotted a backpack in one of the parked cars and decided to steal it.
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  • Woman at AA Meeting a Victim

    A woman at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting made a sobering discovery when she got home. Her wallet had been stolen. Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives need help identifying the suspect and, today, are releasing surveillance video of the thief.
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  • Pair Make Game out of Robbery

    The coordinated criminals came ready to play the bad guys. They had matching ski masks and a plan of attack. One would hold the gun and get the cash while the other would round up any roaming customers.
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  • We Can a Make a Change

    Infecting our neighborhoods…poisoning our children…and filling our morgues. The Opioid Crisis is very real and very deadly. Opioids are the cause of two deaths a day in Broward County. See what the Broward Sheriff’s Office is doing to fight back.
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  • Woman Killed in Crash

    Broward Sheriff’s Office Traffic Homicide Investigation Unit detectives are investigating a fatal crash that happened last night in Oakland Park.
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  • Smiling Burglar Sought

    The burglar is seen on surveillance video sauntering away from the victim’s van with about $180 worth of tools in a tote bag. He even has a smile on his face as he walks past a surveillance camera.
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  • Shoplifter On Video

    Detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying the shoplifter who strolled into a Weston Walgreens and stole an entire shopping basket full of white T-shirts.
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  • 2017 Schedule

    Click here to find our 2017 Shred-A-Thon and Operation Medicine Cabinet schedule!
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  • Sign-up for e-Alerts

    The more information you have the safer you can be. Registering for Sheriff Israel's e-Alerts will enable you to receive e-mail or text messages from the Broward Sheriff's Office.
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  • Learn More!

    Drowning is the number one cause of death for children ages one to four in Broward County. If you could prevent your child's death, would you?
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  • Take it Today!

    How are we doing? BSO values your opinion. In an effort to better serve the community, we ask that you complete a brief survey. The survey is intended to measure our agency’s effectiveness in providing the best possible public safety services to you.
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  • You can help. Anonymously.

    The success of the Broward County Crime Stoppers program is dependent on community involvement. As a citizen of Broward County, you are the eyes and ears of our community and you have a voice that can speak up and help to solve and prevent crime.
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