Sheriff Scott Israel

The Broward Sheriff’s Office is thriving; violent crime has plummeted since 2012, morale is up and transparency and accountability have never been greater. Yet our successes are not ours alone. Thanks...
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  • Beware: Scheme Making Rounds

    The scheme is conducted by phone and in person. A woman calls the victim and claims to be a bank fraud investigator. She tells the victim that there is fraudulent activity on the victim’s bank-issued card that needs to be resolved immediately.
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  • This Saturday!

    In the United States, one in six people struggle to get enough to eat. Broward Sheriff Scott Israel wants to help fight hunger, so he’s partnered with the Wayne Barton Study Center’s Good News of Christ Ministries.
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  • Weston Shoplifter

    Just before noon on May 13, surveillance cameras at the Radio Shack located at 4563 Weston Road captured a man as he milled around the store for several minutes.
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  • Break-In Mystery

    Why would a pair of burglars break into a home to steal an empty bottle of wine, which they then left on the pool deck? Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives are hoping you can help identify the two men so they can get an answer to that question.
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  • Turn Unwanted Gun into Cash

    On Saturday, guns of all kinds can be swapped for gift cards worth up to $200 during the gun buyback event at the Broward Sheriff’s Office’s Pompano Beach substation. There will be no questions asked of residents as they turn over their unwanted pieces.
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  • BSO Summer Camps

    The Broward Sheriff’s Office is visiting 11 summer camps over the next three months. Deputies and firefighters will be reaching out to more than 1500 kids, ranging from elementary school to high school, enrolled in summer camps throughout Broward County.
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  • 2016/2017 Schedule

    The Shred-A-Thon provides residents with a safe way to dispose of their personal documents, check stubs, credit card offers, receipts and any other paperwork that contains sensitive information. The service is free of charge.
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  • Stay Safe!

    Hurricane season in Florida runs June 1 through November 30, with the peak activity period beginning in mid-August and continuing through mid-October. It's not unusual to see storms developing early and late in the season, as evidenced by Hurricane Wilma.
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  • FOOD DISTRIBUTION

    In the United States, one in six people struggle to get enough to eat. Broward Sheriff Scott Israel wants to help fight hunger in Broward County, so he’s partnered with the Wayne Barton Study Center’s Good News of Christ Ministries.
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