Project Broken Window

Drugs, Guns, Cash Found In Home Next To Elementary SchoolNeighbors of a normally quiet neighborhood were shocked when they learned that a police SWAT team had raided a home in the community just before dawn and found lots of cash, drugs and guns.
South Miami Takes Down 'Problem' HomesAfter a year going back and forth with City Hall, Beth Schwartz got to see her hard work pay off as crews tore down an abandoned home on her South Miami street.
Coral Springs Safety Program Encourages Residents To ‘Make A Call’The Coral Springs Police Department wants South Floridians to make a call to make a difference. The department is pushing the new program “Make a Call, Make a Difference” to keep the city’s streets safe.
Unslightly, Unsafe Magnets For Crime Bulldozed In S. MiamiThe City of South Miami has moved to eliminate a neighborhood eyesore. Friday, bulldozers took down three, boarded-up houses on Southwest 60th Avenue that are abandoned "magnets" for crime.
Heavy Duty Window Screens Cutting Down On So. Fla. SquattersFrom across the street, one building in Miami looks like any other in an industrial area, but the window coverings are made of steel.
Cops Arrest Cupcake-Baking Drug DealerPolice arrested a drug dealer for baking marijuana into cupcakes and selling them to high school students. The cupcakes were chocolate flavor and individually wrapped in aluminum foil.
Experts Answer Crime Questions In First "Broken Window" Phone BankIf you've ever wondered how to get help making you neighborhood better, safer, and more free of crime, you might want to consider asking a cop, Wednesday, CBS4 and some South Florida police departments are giving you a chance as police officers take your phone calls as part of Project Broken Window.
Homestead Partners With CBS4's Project Broken WindowHomestead residents who see problems in their neighborhoods which could lead to criminal activity are urged to attend a special Community Police and Crime Watch Committee town hall meeting Tuesday night to air their concerns.
Sarnoff Seeks Support For Squatter BillA Miami commissioner is asking for the public’s help in supporting a bill which would make it easier for law enforcement to kick-out those who make themselves at home in abandoned homes.
Police Prevent Crime With Environmental DesignCan a community’s layout and environmental design prevent crime? South Florida law enforcement think it’s worth a shot.
Seniors Learn How To Avoid Common Elderly ScamsThe number of scams targeting the elderly is growing day by day. Miami Police Detective Teresita Lopez said South Florida ranks among the worst in the nation for fraud against our oldest residents.
"Crime Stoppers Miami" Aims To Catch Criminals On The RunIt’s the latest weapon in the fight against crime in South Florida. And it’s a new show that will air every Saturday at 10 p.m. on CBS4’s sister station--TV 33.