Sheriff Al Lamberti

(L to R) Fire Chief Neal de Jesus, Sheriff Al Lamberti, Firefighter/Paramedics Steve Hamlin and Henry  Cabrera push the E-One Typhoon heavy rescue into the bay at Technical Rescue Station 32, accompanied by BSFR’s Honor Guard and Broward’s Bravest, The Black Pearl Pipe & Drum Corps. (Photo credit: Mike Jachles/Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue)

BSO Pushes Ahead Tradition With Rescue Addition

The newest addition to Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue was pushed into the firehouse, not because it doesn’t operate but because it’s tradition.


Facebook photo of Steven Mulhall, 21, of Coral Springs holding the nameplate which authorities say was pried from the door of Broward Circuit Judge Michael Orlando's courtroom. (Photo courtesy of the Broward Sheriff's Office)

South FloriDUH Facebook Posting Lands Accused Thief In Jail

Be careful about what you post on Facebook, it could land you jail.


Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti

FDLE Closes Credential Probe Against Sheriff Al Lamberti

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the state attorney’s office has closed a case against Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti after allegations surfaced that he credentialed his teenage son for the 2010 Super Bowl, despite not being a BSO employee.


A Child Is Missing (Source: CBS4)

Missing Persons Alert Program Marks Milestone

The Broward Sheriff’s Office and a missing children’s program marked a very special milestone on Wednesday – the safe recovery of their one-thousandth child.


(Source: CBS4/Carey Codd) BSO takes more than 2 dozens guns off the streets in Operation Bullseye. These are a few of them.

Operation Bullseye Targets Illegal Firearms

More than two dozen guns have been removed from the streets of Broward County in a month-long operation that also ended with the arrests of 25 people.


(Source: BSO)

Broward Crime Lab Gets 1st Nationwide Re-Certification

It may look like something you see on the hit CBS show CSI, but the Broward Sheriff’s Office Crime Lab is being re-accredited.



Criminals Targeting Grandparents Again

Crime is nothing new, but new technology is making it easier for criminals to target the elderly and exploit the love they have for their grandchildren.



Fort Lauderdale Temporarily Halts Disruption Of 911 Service

Fort Lauderdale residents needing help from BSO emergency dispatch will hear a voice on the other end when they call 9-1-1, at least for 30 days.


(CBS4) Former Broward Sheriff Nick Navarro passed away Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011.

Funeral Services Set For Former Broward Sheriff Nick Navarro

Funeral services have been arranged for Nick Navarro, the colorful Broward Sheriff who served two terms from 1985-1993.


(CBS4) Former Broward Sheriff Nick Navarro passed away Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011.

Former Broward Sheriff Nick Navarro Dead

Nick Navarro, the colorful Broward Sheriff who served from 1985-1993 died Wednesday, surrounded by family at his Fort Lauderdale home.