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10580 Stirling Road
Cooper City, FL 33026
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The Broward Sheriff's Office has provided law enforcement, fire rescue and code-compliance services for Cooper City since 2004. Home to more than 36,000 residents, Cooper City has long prided itself on its commitment to maintaining a beautiful, growth-managed city, reflected by its motto: Someplace Special.

Cooper City is predominately a residential community covering 8.5 square miles in southwestern Broward County, with three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school, as well as several private and religious-affiliated schools. All of the public and charter schools within Cooper City have a dedicated School Resource Deputy (SRD) and are supervised by a dedicated SRD Sergeant.

BSO's Cooper City district employs various positions: district captain, executive lieutenant, patrol lieutenant, sergeants, deputies, crime analyst, community service aides/crime scene investigative aides, code enforcement and administrative support staff. Additionally, the City funds an apprehension K-9, bloodhound, Traffic Enforcement Unit, Crime Suppression Team (CST), Priority Service Unit (PSU), and a city-operated Real Time Crime Center. BSO Cooper City has a dedicated crime prevention deputy and a community involvement specialist to help build and maintain meaningful partnerships with residents. 

As such, the district offers an array of community programs, including Citizens Observer Patrol (C.O.P.S), R.A.D. Kids, CPTED security surveys for homes and businesses and active killer classes. BSO Cooper City also offers a Law Enforcement Explorer Program for adolescents aged 14-21. The program allows young adults to learn and experience lawful citizenship as they participate side-by-side with certified BSO deputies in ongoing training and community service projects. 

To contact the district office, call: (954) 435-2000.

Vacation Home Watch

BSO offers residents in its jurisdictions a free Vacation Home Watch program. If you are going out of town and would like a daily check while you are away, please fill out this form and drop it off at your local BSO district office.