BSO Employees said leave.
Gov. DeSantis said leave.
Florida's Senate said leave.
A federal judge said leave.
Scott Israel, in 2020…
Broward County voters
will tell you to LEAVE.
Scott Israel: If the MSD shooting had occurred at a school where the majority of students were minorities, he wouldn't have been removed from office.
Israel still will not accept responsibility for the deaths of 14 students, teachers and staff at MSD High School.
Suspicion: Sheriff Israel protected Peterson because the deputy protected his son from prosecution
By Paul Sperry, RealClearInvestigations
January 03, 2019
Parents of children gunned down in the Parkland school shooting in Florida last year have never understood two actions taken by Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel: his refusal to fire a campus-based deputy who failed to enter the school during the rampage that took 17 lives, and his continued defense of controversial Obama-era school policies that allowed the accused shooter, Nikolas Cruz, to avoid arrest and a police record and thereby purchase the murder weapon.
Some now think they have found the answer in a single incident that occurred in 2014. A police report shows that’s when Israel's then-17-year-old son, Brett, was accused of participating in a sexual assault of a 14-year-old boy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Did Former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel Have A Secret Bromance With Convicted Felon Wayne David Collins?
By Steve Dilbert
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis removed Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel a little over a year ago. The public conscience was that it was for Israel’s poor handling of school security.
Scott Israel’s critics alleged that his inept management resulted in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February 2018.
However, Scott Israel had a big secret. He had a lot of scumbag friends. Two of Israel’s biggest scumbag friends were Fort Lauderdale Ponzi schemer and disbarred lawyer Scott Rothstein.
Scott Israel 'forgot' to disclose financial problems
Sun-Sentinel: Former sheriff Scott Israel made some omissions for background check in 2004
SOUTH FLORIDA SUN SENTINEL | JUN 24, 2020
Scott Israel, the ousted Broward sheriff who’s running to again be the county’s top cop, is answering questions about his omissions in a past job application.
Israel appears to have omitted details from an application he filled out when pursuing the job of North Bay Village police chief in 2004 after serving as a Fort Lauderdale police officer since 1979.
Former Broward Sheriff Israel receives $50,000 from strip club
By Javier Manjarres - FloridaPress.com
It has now come out that Israel’s political action committee, Committee for A Stronger Broward, has received a $50,000 donation from Julie Rodriguez, the wife of Cheetah’s strip club owner Joe Rodriguez. Cheetahs’ is a full-nude and friction/lap dancing adult nightclub chain.
Cheetahs nightclub has popular locations in Pompano Beach, Hallandale Beach, and West Palm Beach, and is no stranger to police presence. The Pompano Beach location is within Broward Sheriff’s Office’s jurisdiction and happens to also be situated in one of the most crime-ridden neighborhoods of the county.
When the Broward County Sheriff Upstaged the Parkland Kids: Israel said he himself had shown "amazing leadership" of his department and could "only take responsibility for what I knew about."
Read the full transcript of Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel's interview on 'State of the Union'
A Broward Sheriff’s homicide detective has filed a whistleblower suit alleging that Sheriff Scott Israel and members of his command staff sought to cover up misconduct by a Fort Lauderdale canine officer at an arrest scene. Read About It
Ex-Broward Sheriff Scott Israel loses bid for reinstatement. Read About It
Scott Israel—the man whose former agency failed to prevent the Parkland massacre despite having received a tip that Nikolas Cruz was plotting a mass shooting—was been accused of public corruption. Read About It
Former Broward Sheriff Scott Israel awarded a five-year contact worth as much as $145 million for the delivery of healthcare services to the county’s approximately 5,000 jail inmates. The road to a deal was full of turns, with intrigue and suspicion around every curve. READ MORE
Israel said he himself has shown “amazing leadership” of his department and could “only take responsibility for what I knew about.”