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  • Discussion on police abuse slated

    Broward's Democratic Party will host a discussion on police abuse, featuring the county's top law enforcement officials. The event is planned at the party organization's regular monthly meeting, 7 p.m., April 21, Deicke Auditorium, 5701 Cypress Road, Plantation. It is free and open to the public.
  • Prosecutors dismiss cases linked to racist ex-Fort Lauderdale cops

    Prosecutors dismiss cases linked to racist ex-Fort Lauderdale cops
    The latest fallout tied to four Fort Lauderdale police officers who lost their jobs because of racist text messages and a homemade video is the dismissal of nearly three dozen criminal cases the cops were linked to as arresting officers. Nearly 20...

    Leaders tackle poor relations between minority communities, police

    Leaders tackle poor relations between minority communities, police
    Civic, political, religious and law enforcement leaders gathered Tuesday in an attempt to start conversations they hope will alleviate the mistrust many in minority communities feel toward the police. U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Weston, an...

    Fort Lauderdale police need outside review

    Fort Lauderdale police need outside review
    The original version of this editorial incorrectly said that a Fort Lauderdale police commander had seen, but failed to report, a racist video produced by one of four officers fired for racist communications. The officer was a detective, not a commander. ...

    Dragged inmate out of jail, but hurdles remain

    Dasyl Rios, the mentally ill woman dragged through the Broward courthouse by her ankle shackles last month, is out of jail. But she's a long way from home free. Rios, 28, who has bipolar disorder, was transferred last week to a Fort Lauderdale...