Broward Sheriffs Advisory Council is now providing Teddy Bears to help first responders from BSO calm and sooth trauma and accident victims. You can help by funding one or more trauma bears. Click on the teddy bear for more information and to help victims.
The Broward Sheriff’s Advisory Council is a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization registered with the State of Florida.
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Department of Law Enforcement and Detention
Sergeant Christopher Reyka
April 28, 1956 - August 10,2007
Deputy Brian Tephford
February 19, 1972 - November 12, 2006
Department of Fire and Rescue
Lt. Rick Scorgie
May 25, 2005
Other activities of the Broward Sheriffs Advisory Council include the development of policies and programs to assist Broward County residents in establishing a continuing dialog between the Broward Sheriff's Office (BSO). Our activities provide assistance and support to Broward County residents through selected programs that promote a positive relationship between our citizens, primarily youth, and law enforcement agencies.
By exploring these pages, we hope you get a sense of the impact our organization has on the Broward County community in general and also the people and organizations that we depend on to keep our community a safe and desirable place to live.
The Broward Sheriff's Advisory Council's primary mission is to provide financial support to the families of Broward County's law enforcement officers, fire fighters and first responders killed or permanently disabled in the line of duty.
The Broward Sheriffs Advisory Council also provides funding for programs to help Broward County residents in need.
The Broward Sheriffs Advisory Council remembers these individuals who have been previous Board of Directors members or officers of the organization. They are missed and remembered