A Message from Sheriff Scott Israel: “911; what is your emergency?” These are words you never want to hear, but for our E-911 call takers, they are all too familiar. BSO’s call takers and dispatchers are the first of the first responders, responsible not only for receiving incoming emergency calls, but also for assessing the […]
All registered Democrats and Republicans who vote in the primary not only get this nifty I Voted sticker, they get the satisfaction of exercising this important right.
It’s time to think about keeping the kids busy, as well as active, this summer and what better place than the camp program at the City of Tamarac.
A Message from Sheriff Scott Israel: As sheriff of Broward County, I have worked to bring transparency and accountability to the Broward Sheriff’s Office. It is an imperative element needed to maintain community trust. Body-worn cameras are a key to providing this public accountability. It is important that you see the many great things our […]
The City of Tamarac will be voting whether or not to renew their contract with American Traffic Solutions in April. Read columnist Buddy Nevins investigation on them in today’s column. By: Buddy Nevins That’s a big scam,” Senator Marco Rubio on red light cameras, New York Times, June 5, 2015″ Cities and Counties have always insisted […]
In just two weeks, two people have lost their lives near the same intersection, and the Broward Sheriff’s Office is urging pedestrians to use designated crosswalks and for motorists to remain alert.
Broward Sheriff’s Office homicide detectives are searching for a white four door 2011 Jaguar sedan that may be connected to the death of a Tamarac man.
With more than 350 mass shootings in the United States in 2015, gun violence weighs heavily in everyone’s thoughts. Having more guns brandished openly on our streets is not the answer, yet that is exactly what will happen if a very dangerous bill passes in Tallahassee this year.
Your garage may have room to park that car because you can now safely dispose of all types of household hazardous materials that you’ve been meaning to, but haven’t had the chance.
A woman praying at a church had her purse snatched from her, and it was all caught on surveillance tape. However, police were unable to locate the suspect, until last week.
Registration for the Youth Baseball Spring Season ends on January 20, so hurry because the first day of practice begins on February 1.
An armed robber wearing a cap with the word “nope” on the front targeted a woman trying to sell an expensive watch at a Tamarac pawn shop after listening in on her conversation.
A Message from Sheriff Scott Israel:
Burglary is one of the most disturbing, traumatizing crimes, and many will be a victim at least once in a lifetime. Anyone, in any neighborhood, can be the victim of a burglary.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office has several specialized countywide units that, when working together, provide exceptional service to all the cities in Broward County, not just those policed by BSO.
The holiday season is upon us again. Although we may not be expecting a ‘white Christmas’ in Florida, we still know how to celebrate the festive season in style.
JP Taravella DECA today hosted a school-wide event called “Straight Outta High School,”to inspire juniors and seniors to consider a variety of emerging career options that will enable them to earn a good living without having to attend college.
The FBI needs the public’s help identifying a man that robbed a Tamarac bank on Wednesday evening.
A Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy was struck and injured by a motorist during a traffic stop Friday night in Tamarac. The driver passed away approximately an hour after the crash.
While conducting a traffic stop in Tamarac, a patrol car driven by a Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy was rear-ended by a truck causing injuries to the deputy.
BSO needs your help identifying a man nicknamed “Stoner 89” along with another suspect observed on surveillance video utilizing a fraudulent credit card to purchase thousands of dollars in gift cards.