Broward County Jail

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Broward County, Florida, was created on October 1, 1915, from parts of Dade and Palm Beach counties. It was named after former Governor Napoleon Bonaparte Broward. The county seat is Fort Lauderdale. With a population of 1,748,066 in 2010, it ranks second in the state and 18th in the U.S. It is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean on the east. The total area of the county is 1,323 square miles, but only about 471 square miles is developable. Much of the county lies in the Everglades, and the average elevation is only 6 feet above sea level. The residents of the county are mostly white (43.5%), African American (25.7%), or Hispanic (25.1%).

There are four jail facilities in Broward County, all managed by the Sheriff’s Office: the Main Jail, Joseph V. Conte Facility, North Broward Bureau, and Paul Rein Detention Facility. The address and phone number for each location may be found on the website.

The Main Jail is located in Fort Lauderdale and can house 1,538 inmates. The maximum security facility houses all males in an eight-story structure built adjacent to the County Courthouse in 1985. An average of 65 juveniles awaiting trial in adult courts are held separately from the adult inmates. All visitation is by video only.

The Joseph V. Conte Facility is a medium security all-male holding area for prisoners awaiting trial. Opened in 1999, it houses up to 1,328 inmates in Pompano Beach. Scheduled visits are allowed; check the website for days and times.

Also located in Pompano Beach, the North Broward Bureau can house 1,200 inmates. This is a special needs facility, designed for both male and female offenders–including juvenile females–who have medical issues, are mentally ill, or need protective custody. It was opened in 1979 and offers minimum to medium security. Visitation is available during the afternoon and evening. The daily schedule is based on the classification of the inmate.

The third jail in Pompano Beach is the Paul Rein Detention Facility, which opened in 2004. As many as 1,020 male and female inmates are housed separately in two four-story towers, in medium to maximum security areas. Inmates may have visitors; check the visitation schedule on the website.

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Broward County Jail Address: 555 SE 1ST AVENUE FORT LAUDERDALE FL 33301

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Broward Sheriff Scott Israel was elected sheriff in 2012 after 30 years in law enforcement. He began his career with the Fort Lauderdale Police Department as a road patrol officer and worked undercover in the narcotics division. He was promoted to captain and retired as the Community Policing Special Operations/SWAT Commander. Sheriff Israel then served as the City of North Bay Village Police Chief before becoming sheriff. He was also a high school football coach and a past recipient of the prestigious "Brian Piccolo Coach of the Year Award" for his life's work in Broward County youth athletics. As our sheriff, Scott Israel has successfully implemented new policies and approaches to public safety that have sharply reduced violent crime and burglary rates. The sheriff’s innovative initiatives have also helped keep children in school and out of jail. He has worked to combat gun violence and diversified the agency at all levels to better reflect our community. Impressively, in 2014, BSO won the prestigious civil rights award from the International Association of Chiefs of Police for the homeless outreach program which helps direct our homeless population to the services they need. Sheriff Israel also stands out in the law enforcement community for his vocal support for tougher gun control laws and the need to equip all uniformed deputies with body cameras. With this impressive record, it is no surprise Sheriff Israel is often called Florida’s most progressive and successful sheriff. Broward County is truly safer and more united as a result of his dynamic leadership. For more information, please visit
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Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched around 10:15 p.m. to the 1100 block of Northwest 29th Way in response to a shooting. Upon their arrival, they found 31-year-old Antwan Williams dead. Detectives say Williams was sitting on a chair on the sidewalk in front of the home when he was approached by the assailant, who shot him multiple times. The suspect fled the scene.

Anyone with information is asked to contact BSO Homicide Detective Mike Roque at 954-321-4210. If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477) or online at Anonymous tips that lead to an arrest are eligible for a reward of up to $3,000.
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