Broward County
Crime Commission

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May 17th Narcotics Conference:
Continental Breakfast and Sit-Down Lunch included
6 CEU's Provided (at an additional $25 cost from FPA)

The Florida Psychological Association is approved by the Florida Department of Health, Board of Psychology and Board of School Psychology to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  The Florida Psychological Association is approved by the Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling as a provider of continuing education The Florida Psychological Association maintains responsibility for the program and its content.

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The Broward County Crime Commission is one of the foremost and pioneering Crime Commissions constituted in the United States. Established and Founded by Frank R. Pinter in 1976, the Crime Commission was initially constructed as a civilian monitor for the Criminal Justice System. It evolved out of a concern and petition from the citizens of Broward County, to ensure that Law Enforcement was properly funded and allotted the maximum resources to fight crime in Broward County.


Today, the Broward County Crime Commission’s primary purpose is to study, report and make recommendations in all areas of public safety and public protection. With an expressed interest in continually improving the Criminal Justice System, one of the main edicts of the Crime Commission is to preserve the integrity of the governmental process, so that law enforcement is well equipped to better protect the citizens of Broward County.

As such, the Broward County Crime Commission seeks innovative solutions and works in cooperation with federal, state, county and local law enforcement agencies. Valuing these relationships, the Crime Commission serves as both a liaison of public sentiment and a resource of information to Broward County’s 38 criminal justice agencies regarding a myriad of public safety issues, including but not limited to: training, public security, business intelligence policing, human resources, police science & technology, inter-agency cooperation, and law enforcement finance & economics.


Additionally, the Crime Commission promotes citizen communication and involvement via a variety of community-based initiatives.

Contact Info:

Broward County Crime Commission

10640 Northwest 32nd Street

Sunrise, FL 33351


Phone: 954-746-3117

Fax: 954-572-7988


Business Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


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Disclaimer: Sponsorship, Underwriter, Contribution, and Event proceeds go toward covering both the hard and
soft costs of the Event before, during, and after the Event; as well as expenses affiliated with the Broward County
Crime Commission’s ongoing Criminal Justice and Community Outreach Programs throughout the calendar
year, including but not limited to research, planning, writing, printing, postage, human resources personnel, and
distribution associated with the Crime Commission's CSI: STEM Leadership Youth Summer Camp, its Building
Bridges Mental Health Conference Series, its Ministry Outreach Program and Crime Commission White Paper
Criminal Justice studies. U.S. Public Safety and Management is a Florida Corporation whereas its functions
include but are not limited to: research, logistics, strategic planning, general management services, manuscript
activities, editing processes, layout design work, event planning, event organizing, and project management,
among other practices. In certain instances, U.S. Public Safety and Management has entered into an agreement
with the Broward County Crime Commission in facilitating some the aforementioned specializations. Some of the
principals of the Broward County Crime Commission are also principals of U.S. Public Safety and Management.