BSO Sporting New Addition To UniformBroward deputies sported the newest additions to their uniforms - body cameras.
Confidential Info Of Law Enforcement Officials Posted Online An investigation is underway after confidential addresses of more than 3,500 law enforcement officials was posted online.
Environmental, Law Enforcement Jobs Draw HopefulsFlorida has received an array of applications for the top jobs at its environmental and law-enforcement agencies, with little more than a week remaining for people to submit resumes.
In Wake Of Controversial Shootings Officers Undergo TrainingWith images of civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri in the wake of a controversial police shooting, officers and deputies took to the field at Broward's Central Park in Lauderhill Wednesday morning for a training session.
Exclusive: BSO Unveils New Less Lethal WeaponThe Broward Sheriff's Office is unveiling a new less lethal weapon that they hope will better protect members of the community as well as deputies.
Dead Man Walking: Inside The 1966 Murder Of Bobby WilliamsHe was only 17 on August 5, 1966, but 48-years later, the date is still seared into Timothy Drayton’s memory as if it was yesterday. That was the day his friend, Bobby Williams, was shot and killed by Dade County Sheriffs deputies, in what Drayton now claims, was a murder, set up, sanctioned and committed by officers of the law and even a local judge.
Skimmers Hit Hess Stations; Customers' Info CompromisedIf you fill up your tank at a Hess gas station, you will want to pay extra close attention to your bank accounts.
Meet South Florida's New U.S. MarshalHe's in charge of your safety when you go to the Federal Courthouse. He's also responsible for catching the most violent fugitives in our community. Tonight, South Florida's newly appointed U.S. Marshal goes one on one with CBS4's David Sutta for a rare look inside the nations first police department.
Focus on South Florida: Broward Crime Commission In advance of the commission’s upcoming annual conference in Deerfield Beach, which draws leading researchers and law enforcement from across the country, we discuss the latest research and scientific data on addressing and realizing addiction and mental illness. Specifically, how faking mental illness impacts on law enforcement, addressing the growing needs and dangers of addiction, and the role of states in overcoming addiction.
BSO Holds SWAT Training At Port Everglades Training in almost any job is key and the Broward Sherriff’s Office SWAT team is absolutely no exception.
DCF's Three-Day Summit In Orlando UnderwayWith over 2,000 people expected to attend, Florida’s Department of Children and Families is set to hold its annual summit Wednesday in Orlando.
Florida Driver Charged With Hitting OfficerA 24-year-old Florida woman, after authorities say she fled the scene of a crash and intentionally struck one of the officers pursuing her, is facing several charges.