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Crime Prevention Tips

Weston Police Services offers much more to the Weston community than their emergency response, patrol, and investigative activities, including numerous safety, education and volunteer opportunities for residents.

For more information on Crime Prevention programs in Weston, or to make an appointment for any of the below programs, please call 954-389-2030 or the Weston District main line at 954-385-2010.

Home Watch Program

BSO offers residents in its jurisdictions a free Vacation Home Watch program.  Deputies will drive by unoccupied residences and perform a daily perimeter check for signs of break-in or suspicious activity.  Click on the link above to download the HomeWatch form, or pick one up from the Weston Police Services Center.

Bicycle Rodeo Safety Programs

Crime Prevention/Security Inspections

A Crime prevention / security inspection can be done on your home or business in Weston.  Call 954-389-2030 or 954-389-2010 to make an appointment.

Residential Pool Safety Inspections

Be Water Smart!  Have your swimming pool assessed for safety.  Recommendations will be made for proper pool safety protocol.  Call 954-389-2030 or 954-389-2010 to make an appointment.

Crime Prevention / Personal Safety programs

Any group or organization in Weston can arrange for BSO Police Weston District personnel to come to you with programs and classes such as Self-Defense for Women, Drug Prevention, Anti-Bullying, Gun Safety and others.

SafetyNet

SafetyNet tool for caregivers

SaferWatch

Similar to “See Something, Say Something,” the SaferWatch mobile app encourages users to “See Something, Send Something”. Tipsters who wish to be contacted will be informed that their information was received. The app also allows users to provide information anonymously. While not exclusively for use at schools, the app allows students, parents and teachers the ability to subscribe and receive alerts from a school’s location. The two-way communication system also allows users to receive emergency and non-emergency alerts from BSO in real time. Visit www.BrowardAlerts.com for more details or to download the app.


Additional Resources

Educational Brochures

Touchline Program for Seniors (211)

Touchline Program - a free service that offers a daily telephone call for people over 60 years of age who live alone.

Safe Transaction Zone for Online Sales

Not everyone selling or buying items online is legitimate. Residents that would like to conduct an exchange from an online agreement can now do so in a safe environment by arranging to meet at the parking lot of any Broward Sheriff’s Office District Office.

Online buyers and sellers can meet at:

BSO Weston District Office
17300 Royal Palm Boulevard
Weston, FL  33326

Shred-a-Thon and Operation Medicine Cabinet

Broward County residents can shred away identity theft by safely disposing of their personal documents, check stubs, credit card offers, receipts and any other material that might contain sensitive data.  This service is free of charge at any BSO Shred-a-Thon event.

Safely dispose of unused, unwanted or expired prescription medications as part of Operation Medicine Cabinet, which takes place at the Shred-a-Thon events.  

Shred-A-Thon dates scheduled in Weston are posted on the City Events calendar.

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