COUNTY COMMISSION RECOGNIZES MEMBER OF NEW BSO COMMUNITY ACTION TASKFORCE

January 9, 2008

COUNTY COMMISSION RECOGNIZES MEMBER OF NEW BSO COMMUNITY ACTION TASKFORCE

The Broward County Commission recognized a member of Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti’s newly formed Community Action Taskforce Tuesday.
BSO community involvement specialist Adriane Reesey was among those singled out by commissioners for her work on a local taskforce combating human trafficking in South Florida.

Reesey is one of the members of Sheriff Lamberti’s newly created Community Action Taskforce. The taskforce is a grass roots level team of BSO community liaisons assigned throughout the county. Their new role is to be BSO’s eyes and ears in neighborhoods and communities across Broward County.

The taskforce is a new way for residents to connect with BSO. Taskforce members will be familiar faces that citizens will know, and can contact with suggestions or concerns. Taskforce members will be part of Sheriff Lamberti’s front line when it comes to finding out what specific public safety issues need to be addressed at the neighborhood level. They will also be critical partners in getting important safety messages to residents, community groups and neighborhood associations.

“Every neighborhood, every community may have different concerns when it comes to public safety. Our job is to make sure those needs are clearly heard, and quickly addressed,” said Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti. “This new taskforce will allow BSO to serve citizens – our customers – like never before.”

The Community Action Taskforce is just one of Sheriff Lamberti’s new initiatives intended to fulfill his promise to serve the residents and visitors of Broward County with “Pride in Service with Integrity.”

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