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Girl Power: Saving Our Daughters Movement
Robin Powell  More Info

About the Broward County Sheriff's Office

The Broward County Sheriff’s Office has over 6,000 members, including nearly 3,000 deputies and 600 fire personnel. It is a full service law enforcement agency that provides law enforcement services to 14 cities within Broward County as well as the unincorporated areas of the County.  The Broward County Sheriff’s Office is organized into the Department of Law Enforcement, the Department of Detention and Community Control, the Department of Fire Rescue and the Administrative Offices.

 

The Broward County Sheriff’s Office’s Department of Law Enforcement uniformed patrol serves and “other customary operations, administers special units including the Bomb Squad, the K-9 Unit, School Resource Deputy Unit and the Child Protective Investigations Section,  which investigates allegations of abuse and neglect against Broward County's children.”

 

Through the Department of Detention and Community Control the Broward County Sheriff’s Office provides typical offender and inmate services as the County level.  According to the Sheriff’s Office, “In October 2003, administration of the county's fire rescue operations was transferred to BSO. The Department of Fire Rescue provides fire suppression, fire protection, emergency medical services and educational programs for most unincorporated areas of Broward County and to several contracted municipalities in Broward County.”

 

Source:

sheriff.org/about_bso

In 1996, Robin Powell began her law enforcement career with the Broward County Sheriff’s Office (Florida) as a Detention Deputy Sheriff.  In 1999, she became a regular deputy sheriff, assigned to patrol.  After the birth of her daughter, she transferred to a civilian position as a Detention Program Specialist.  In 2006, she left the criminal justice field.  Robin Powell is the author of Girl Power: Saving Our Daughters Movement.

 

According to the book description of Girl Power: Saving Our Daughters Movement, “In today’s society, young girls are faced with many challenging issues for example peer pressure, school safety, chatroom safety, personal safety, love of self, education and HIV/AIDS.  Many of these pressures draw girls to choosing the wrong paths. This book is an educational and empowering tool for young girls, parents, families, educators, coaches and many others.  

 

Girls will be empowered to make the right decision.  In addition, Girl Power encourages girls all over the world to love themselves and believe and know that they can make the right choice.  Understanding the true meaning of beauty, not allowing society to brainwash our daughters in believing that “pencil thin is in,” and facing real life issues are within the pages of this book.  It is time to be real, be honest and talk to our girls.”

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