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A look at incident reports in Broward County public schools

Fighting made up for most of the reports in Broward during 2012-2013 school year

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GRAPHIC | Worst public schools: Incidents in Broward

Broward schools with top 10 placements - 2012-2013

Coconut Creek High School, 1400 NW 44th Ave, Coconut Creek, was on the top 10 for weapons possession, threat intimidation, robbery and disruption on campus.

Western High School, 1200 SW 136th Ave, Davie, was on the top 10 for major offenses, drug use, drug sales and alcohol.

Plantation Middle School, 6600 W Sunrise Blvd, Plantation, was on the top 10 schools in South Florida on reports of weapons possession, sex offenses, harassment, and disruption on campus.

Arthur Robert Ashe Junior Middle School, 1701 NW 23rd Ave., Fort Lauderdale, was on the top 10 schools in South Florida on reports of weapons possession, threats and fighting.  It was the school with the most violent incidents in Broward.

Boyd H. Anderson High School, 3050 NW 41st St., Lauderdale Lakes, was on the top 10 schools in South Florida on reports of weapons possession, sexual battery, and drug sales.

Charles W. Flanagan High School, 12800 Taft St., Pembroke Pines, was on the top 10 schools in South Florida on reports of robbery, arson and the "other major offenses" category.

Hollywood Hills High School, 5400 Stirling Rd, Hollywood, was on the top 10 schools in South Florida on reports of alcohol, drug use and drug sales.

Nova Middle School, 3602 College Ave., Davie, was on the top 10 schools in South Florida on reports of weapons possession.

C. Robert Markham Elementary School, 1501 NW 15 Ave., Pompano Beach, was on the top 10 schools in South Florida on reports of sex offenses.

SOURCE: Florida Department of Education incident reports from 2012-13