Gun Buyback / Prescription Drug Take Back

Miramar Police Department will host a Gun Buyback / Prescription Drug Take Back event

Miramar Police Department will host their Gun Buyback / Prescription Drug Take Back event this Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at the Miramar Police Department Headquarters, 11765 City Hall Promenade in Miramar.

All donors at this event will remain 100% anonymous.

Gun Buyback

Gun donors will receive gift cards valued at up to $100 for each handgun, and $150 for each assault rifle/shotgun.

Safety is the primary concern of the Miramar Police Department.  Gun donors are advised to transport unloaded firearms in the trunks of their vehicles.

Prescription Drug Take Back

Because the non-medical use of prescription drugs is one of the most common forms of drug abuse in America, The Miramar PD is collecting unwanted and expired medications.

Donors are encouraged to bring in all unused portions of prescription medications to the Miramar Police Department.

Safety – the primary concern

The gun buy-back / prescription take back program is the best way to promote safety in the household.  At the Saturday event, the Miramar PD will be focusing primarily on safety and awareness, “no questions asked.”

For more information on the Gun Buyback / Prescription Drug Take Back initiative, visit www.miramarpd.org, or contact the Miramar Police Department at 954-602-4000.

About the City

The city of Miramar is located in Broward County, Florida, in South Flordia, on the south-west border of the Broward County/Miami-Dade County line. With a population of over 138,000 residents, Miramar houses a large contingency of Caribbean residents intertwined with other nationalities, speaking many languages and representing a variety in socioeconomic backgrounds.

About the Miramar Police Department

The Miramar Police Department, lead by New York native, Jamaican-American Dexter Williams, is a highly recognized police department which has been recognized with accreditation by CFA – The Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation and CALEA – The Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.  In 2017 we were awarded “Meritorious” accreditation (the highest level of international accreditation possible), given only to agencies that have shown excellence in professionalism and quality assurance for more than 15 years.

For more on the appointment of Police Chief Dexter M. Williams, visit the link: Dexter Williams named Miramar Police Chief

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