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The Broward Sheriff's Office is the country's largest fully-accredited sheriff's department, yet its long and colorful history has escaped the attention of scholars. This oversight has now been corrected by Dr. William P. Cahill and Professor Robert M. Jarvis, who have painstakingly scoured hundreds of sources to tell the agency's story. The result is a fascinating tale that unfolds against the backdrop of South Florida's evolution from rural frontier to international tourist destination. Accompanying the text are 200 pictures (many are rarely seen), a biographical time line, year-by-year election results, and an extensive bibliography.
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Before retirement, William Cahill was a professor at Florida Atlantic University. Robert M. Jarvis is a professor of law at Nova Southeastern University.Review:
[A] first-rate work of local history. ... The authors have a good story to tell and they tell it very well. --Florida Bar Journal (2010)
[E]ngaging and highly readable ... this much-needed and well-written study traces the history of the organization from the creation of Broward County ... to the downfall of Sheriff Ken Jenne. --Broward Legacy (journal of the Broward County Historical Commission)
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