The Broward Sheriff's Office has provided law enforcement, fire rescue and code-compliance services for Cooper City, home to more than 29,000 residents in southwestern Broward County, since the city's police and fire rescue departments merged with BSO in February 2004. A predominantly residential community of 7.5 square miles, Cooper City has long-prided itself on its commitment to maintaining a beautiful, growth-managed city, reflected by its motto: Someplace Special.
BSO's Cooper City district has an annual law enforcement operating budget of approximately $8.2 million providing for 75 positions including a district captain, one commander, one lieutenant, eight sergeants, 45 deputies and other positions including community service aides and a crime scene investigation aide.
Two BSO K-9 teams and a Selective Enforcement Team (SET) operate from the district office, and a number of community-oriented programs are offered to Cooper City residents including SALT (Seniors and Law Enforcement Together), C.O.P.S. (Citizens Observer Patrol), and RAD Kids which teaches youngsters basic techniques of self-defense in situations which could lead to abuse or molestation.
- E-mail Captain Robert Cates
- Cooper City web site
- Click here for child safety seat inspections and other special services are offered by BSO.
- Combat bike theft. Register your bicycle with BSO's BikeTrack system.
- Search for and map the location of sexual offenders and sexual predators in your area.
- Senior Explorer Advisor - Deputy Darren Holewinski 954-432-9000
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