FL – Broward – Dania Beach


In 1981, I began my law enforcement career at the age of 19 in the City of Sunrise. I later became a member of the Broward County Sheriff's Department, where I had the opportunity to work in various units such as road patrol, the motorcycle unit, the Chief of Police anti-racketeering unit, and the gang task force unit. One of my proudest accomplishments was starting the Juvenile Truancy unit, which helped decrease home burglaries in the area. I also served in the Vice unit in an undercover capacity, as well as in many other detachment assignments. I was honored to serve as the Sheriff's "Driver/Bodyguard" and was a member of the Dignitary Protection Unit. I received multiple awards during my 30-year tenure with the Broward County Sheriff's Office, including a full pension and benefits. Outside of law enforcement, I became involved in volunteering at the First Baptist Church of Fort Lauderdale and the Make a Wish Foundation. I have also volunteered at the Broward County Humane Society and am a member of The Hundred Club, which assists the families of fallen firefighters and law enforcement officers. Currently, I am a weekly attendee at Calvary Chapel church, where I serve as a greeter at the door entrance. Despite my injuries, I have continued to be a good neighbor by helping out with lawn care and pool cleaning for my neighbors. One of my greatest accomplishments is my son Jeffrey, who has followed in my footsteps by becoming a pastor and a father of three. Throughout my life, I have found true joy, comfort, and inner peace in serving our Creator, God.
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