The 2002 summer marks the sixth straight year the University of Miami football team and the BSO office teamed up to help promote law enforcement and good citizenship.
This Saturday, June 22, a group of offensive linemen, including Sherko
Haji-Rasouli, Vernon Carey, Ed Wilkins and Carlos Joseph, will join a "ride
along" with the Sheriff's Office Career Criminal squad and help assist in
the day-to-day duties. The group of players will first meet at the
Deerfield Beach Substation at 4 p.m. for the nightly briefing then do the
ride-along from 7 p.m. to midnight.
The ride-along program with the Broward Sheriff's Office will continue
through Saturday, July 13. The Deerfield Beach Substation (954-480-4300) is
located at 300 Northeast Second Street.
The players will patrol the International Boat Races on July 14th at
Deerfield Beach Pier.
The Canes on Patrol program was created by Sheriff's Deputy Butch Santee and
is sponsored by BrandSmart and its President, Michael Peerman. For further
assistance on the Canes on Patrol please contact Mr. Santee at 954-778-0174.
Hurricanes On Patrol
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