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Hillsboro Beach, Florida Jail and Mugshot Information
The Town of Hillsboro Beach, Florida has a population of 1,960. The mayor as of 2018 is Deborah Tarrant. Her phone number is 954.427.4011 and her email address is email@example.com. The city can be found in Broward County.
1210 Hillsboro Mile
Hillsboro Beach, FL 33062
The crime index of Hillsboro Beach, as reported by a 2016 statistic, was 59.1.
Hillsboro Beach, Florida Police Station Information
Facts about crime in Hillsboro Beach, Florida:
- The overall crime rate in Hillsboro Beach is 58% lower than the national average.
- For every 100,000 people, there are 3.24 daily crimes that occur in Hillsboro Beach.
- Hillsboro Beach is safer than 85% of the cities in the United States.
- In Hillsboro Beach you have a 1 in 85 chance of becoming a victim of any crime.
- The number of total year over year crimes in Hillsboro Beach has decreased by 23%.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office operates the 13th largest local jail system in the United States, and the second largest to have earned national accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Corrections. The Department of Detention oversees all jail facility operations and community-based offender programs within Broward County. Annually, approximately 44,117 inmates crossing every ethnic, age and socioeconomic group are booked into BSO’s jail for crimes ranging from civil infractions to murder. Many inmates arrive with drug or alcohol addictions, mental health problems, or both, requiring BSO to administer a range of medical and rehabilitative programs.
Special units like the Emergency Response Team and Security Threat Group -assist detention facility staff in maintaining a secure and productive environment for inmates and facility personnel. BSO puts non-violent criminals to work in its inmate work program, which saves Broward County taxpayers more than $1.2 million annually in labor costs related to neighborhood and community-wide improvement projects. For information on arrest procedures, bail information and for instructions on visiting and contacting inmates, please call 954-831-5900.
Hillsboro Beach, Florida Jail:
County Sheriff, Warrant, Most Wanted Information in Hillsboro Beach, Florida
Scott Israel, Sheriff
Broward Sheriff’s Office
2601 West Broward Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
Non-Emergencies (954) 764-HELP (4357)
To report a crime tip: (954) 493-TIPS (8477)
To report abuse: (800) 96-ABUSE (22873)
General Information: (954) 765-4321
Department of Law Enforcement
The Broward Sheriff’s Office is a full-service, nationally accredited public safety agency. BSO’s Department of Law Enforcement serves 16 specific areas in Broward County, including the Broward County Courthouse, the Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, areas of the Everglades and the county’s waterways, including Port Everglades, all areas of Unincorporated Broward and more than 14 cities and towns that have contracted with BSO to provide law enforcement services.
DLE also administers the agency’s Special Units and Divisions section-specially trained and staffed units that deal with unique law enforcement situations including the Mounted Patrol, Marine and Dive Rescue Unit, the Motorcycle Unit and the Crime Lab among others.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office’s Communications Division provides 9-1-1 intake, Teletype and dispatch services for all Unincorporated areas of Broward County, 21 municipalities and numerous special patrol areas including the port and airport, BSO’s Department of Detention, BSO’s Department of Fire Rescue, court services and the South Florida State Hospital.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office Civil Division carries out the sheriff’s statutory responsibility for the service of process and execution of writs. These judicial process documents originate from the courts, governmental agencies and private attorneys in Florida and throughout the United States and include:
- summonses, complaints and subpoenas
- writs of possession for real estate
- injunctions for protection against domestic violence
- writs of garnishment
- arrest orders/writs of bodily attachment
The Civil Division also enforces levies and writs of attachment and conducts Sheriff’s sales to aid in the collection of money judgments.
BSO’s Evidence Unit receives, catalogs and stores evidentiary, abandoned, forfeited and found property in accordance with state and local law. In its 32,000 square foot air-conditioned warehouse in Ft. Lauderdale, the Evidence Unit stores more than 900,000 items including bicycles, jewelry, office equipment, luggage, household items, electronic equipment and more. If you have property that, by law, was held by the Evidence Unit but may now be returned to you, se Claiming your property below for instructions on retrieving your property.
BSO law enforcement efforts use many specially-trained deputies and units designed to provide maximum response efficiency in a variety of customary and unusual situations.
BSO is the only agency servicing the estimated 1.84 million residents in Broward County for both airborne law enforcement and on scene trauma transports. Our mission is to efficiently and effectively provide the highest level of police and emergency medical service support to the citizens, visitors and agencies within Broward County at a reasonable cost. On average, they conduct 2,500 missions a year with approximately 2,000 flight hours. Over the past ten years, the Unit assisted on 33,397 DLE missions and 2,502 medevacs.