The musical chairs among the Broward Sheriff's district chiefs began with resignations before Sheriff Scott Israel even took office in January. It seems the shuffle is over, as the new leadership was announced today. The agency provided bios that are abbreviated below. For full resumes and photos go to sheriff.org.
Pembroke Park/West Park, Captain Danzell Brooks joined BSO in January. He previously worked for Hollywood Police and, as a member of the South Broward Drug Enforcement Unit, worked with the FBI, DEA and the U.S. Secret Service.
Dania Beach, Captain Kevin Granville has spent his law enforcement career with BSO, working county wide and in several districts in road patrol, street crimes, the selective enforcement team and motors.
Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport, Captain Roy Liddicott has 39 years in police work and joined BSO when it merged with North Lauderdale Police in 2001. He comes from a law enforcement family, with three other members who are with or have served with the agency.
Lauderdale Lakes, Unincorporated Central Broward County, Captain Andrew Dunbar was named chief of the Lauderdale Lakes District in July, 2011. He joined BSO's Detention Dept. in 1992 and has worked in law enforcement patrol and training.
Court Services, Captain Nichole Anderson joined BSO road patrol in 1996 after serving two years with the Florida Highway Patrol as a trooper. She has worked in training, recruitment and began leading Court Services in January.
Tamarac, Captain Neal Glassman worked in law enforcement in New York City before joining BSO in 1989, where he worked in road patrol and investigations. He also served in the U.S. Navy Reserves from 1980-1986.
Weston, Captain Kevin Butler was a cop with the City of Pompano Beach and joined BSO after the 1999 merger, and worked street crimes, gangs, organized crime and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force among other duties. He graduated from the FBI National Academy in 2006.
Southwest Ranches, Captain Linda Canada-Stuck has served a quarter century with the agency, in road patrol, field training, as a school resource officer, on bicycle patrol, the DUI Task Force and court security.
Deerfield Beach, Captain Robert Schnakenberg was a Deerfield Beach cop until the agency merged with BSO in 1990, and worked road patrol, criminal investigations, internal affairs and homeland security. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.
Pompano Beach, Major John Hale began his law enforcement career with the Pompano Beach Police Department as a patrol officer, detective and internal affairs supervisor. He joined BSO when the agencies merged. He previously served as chief of the Cooper City district and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.
Oakland Park, Captain Al Hubrig joined BSO in 1991 and worked road patrol, with the bicycle unit and on teams that oversaw the mergers of BSO with the Pompano Beach, Oakland Park, Lauderdale-By-The-Sea and North Lauderdale police departments and Broward County Fire Rescue. He graduated from the FBI National Academy.
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Captain Fred Wood began his BSO career as a detention deputy, and also worked in road patrol, honor guard, bicycle patrol, property crimes and community policing as well as regional investigations. He is commander of BSO's bicycle field force.
Port Everglades, Captain Dan Cummings As a Deerfield Beach Police officer, he joined BSO after the 1989 merger and worked road patrol, criminal investigations, narcotics and with the Broward state attorney’s organized crime task force. He was district commander at Port Everglades from May, 2000 and was promoted to captain in 2002. He also served as the executive officer at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
North Lauderdale, Captain Will Jackson began his law enforcement career with Pompano Beach Police and joined BSO after the merger, working road patrol and recruit training and has held leadership positions in several districts. The agency said he has been recognized for acts of heroism and service and received numerous awards.
Cooper City, Captain Robert Cates started out with the Cooper City Police Department and supervised road patrol, internal affairs and youth services. After the merger with BSO he did criminal investigations and commanded the South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force while supervising the gun squad, gang unit and street crimes.
Parkland, Captain Marvin Stoner joined the Maryland State Police four decades ago. In 1987 he joined Cooper City Police, and then with BSO he worked road patrol, internal affairs, media relations, property, youth services and on the dive rescue team.
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