How To Report A Crime

Download the Crime Report Form and email it to Rick Pryce at [email protected]

View the Survey Equipment Crime Dashboard & Map*

*This interactive page features details on all attempted or successful thefts reported to us from across the state.

Download Crime Database Spreadsheet
Crime Analysis PDF


 

December 4, 2018 (Miami)

JBM Data System - Armed robbery, Trimble-R10 GPS and Trimble DiNi Level taken. In area of NW 72 St. and NW 14 Ave. 

"I was putting my equipment away and was approached from behind and told "don't [email protected]#$ing move, fearing that my life was in danger and that these individuals had  their weapon pointed towards me I did not resist. They proceeded to take the Trimble-R10 (gps unit) and the Trimble DiNi Level (digital level) from my truck and fled away in a black dark tinted Mercedes Benz Jeep.  I called the police and informed them I was just held up and robbed, I was instructed to stay in my truck and lock the doors until the police arrived" 

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November 30, 2018 (Golden Glades)

Keith - GPR and EMI Transmitter stolen.

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November 28, 2018 (Davie)

McLaughlin Engineering - GPS Rover and 2 data collectors stolen. Truck locks were punched 1/2 mile south of Griffin Road on University Drive.

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November 5, 2018 (North Miami)

Keith - GPS stolen at gun point, at the State Road 7 ramp at the I-95 Golden Glade interchange.

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August 23, 2018 (Dania Beach)

Truck broken into on construction jobsite, in Dania Pointe area of Dania Beach, at the intersection of Stirling Road and South Bryan Road. Two Trimble GPS units and a 35 watt radio stolen.

"Survey field crew was working on under construction project, had just switched using GPS base-rover equipment, packed away in truck and was a short distance away with other equipment behind a fence, heard thief breaking into truck, saw a Hispanic man put into an old chevy truck with no license plate."

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August 9, 2018 (Miami)

Cardno - GPS Unit Stolen at gun point in Miami at NW 27th Avenue & NW 119th St.

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July 26, 2018 (Doral)

Keith & Schnars - GPS unit stolen at NW 27 St. and NW 87 Avenue.

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July 17, 2018 (Ft. Lauderdale)

Craven & Thompson - 10:22 a.m. We just had a second attempted theft a few minutes ago at State Rd 84 bridge over I95. They broke the passenger side window, but got nothing, because the crew was using the instrument. The crew was doing a bench run over the bridge. Let's be careful out there and watch your trucks and staff.

9:57 a.m. We had an attempted theft a few minutes ago at NW 30th Ave & NW 42nd Court, west of Ft Laud-Hollywood International Airport in the Port 95 Commerce Park. They broke the drivers side window, but got nothing, because the crew was using the instrument. Alert your crews, they are out there watching and probably following you.

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June 23, 2018 (Orlando)

"...Our crews had a GPS base station stolen this morning, working in Orlando near the intersection of Taft Vineland Road and Orange Blossom Trail. The base station was set up on the side of the road and the crew was a couple hundred feet away in the woods.  

There seemed to be at least 2 thieves involved, as the crew heard some talking. They were driving a newer model Ford pickup in greenish-gray. The stolen unit was a Spectra Precision SP80, S/N 5746550086."