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  • Three Men Arrested in Shooting

    Broward Sheriff’s Office homicide detectives have arrested three men in a shooting that had partygoers running for cover on Saturday in West Park.
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  • Grocery Giveaway on Saturday

    In the United States, one in six people struggles with food insecurity. 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 to distribute free food this Saturday.
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  • Robber Takes Lotto Tickets

    Just after midnight Thursday, a male walked into a North Lauderdale convenience store and left with cash and lottery tickets.
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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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  • 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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