Special process servers sworn in

September 28, 2007

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Acting Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti swore in 227 special process servers at the African American Research Library and Cultural Center in Ft. Lauderdale on Sept. 26, 2007.  Special process servers are used to officially deliver legal notices and papers, such as a summonses, to persons involved in the legal proceedings of a court or other administrative body. 

BSO has administered the Special Process Server Program since 1985 when only 100 process servers were used. The program has steadily grown since then. Each SPS is required to take an annual test and pass a background investigation before being appointed to serve process and being sworn-in by the sheriff.

(Pictured above: Sheriff Al Lamberti swears in the 2007/08 group of special process servers)

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