BSO VETERAN LIEUTENANT TO SERVE IN DANIA BEACH
DATE: June 22, 2012 PIO NUMBER: 12-6-22
Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti announced Thursday that Lieutenant Will Jackson will be moving to BSO’s Dania Beach district, where he will serve as executive lieutenant.
“With his professionalism, experience and commitment to BSO and the residents of Broward County, Lt. Jackson will undoubtedly be an asset to Dania Beach,” Sheriff Al Lamberti said.
Jackson began his law enforcement career in 1995 with the City of Pompano Beach Police Department. In 1999, the department merged with BSO, and Jackson became a deputy. During his career, he worked as a road patrol deputy and later as a field training officer. As the honor graduate from the Palm Beach 88th Police Academy Class, he sought to return to the class room as an instructor and later became a trainer specializing in human diversity, firearms and use-of-force. Jackson was promoted to sergeant 2001 and returned to BSO’s Pompano Beach district. Within two years he was chosen to supervise the district’s selective enforcement team. Jackson became a lieutenant in 2005 and was transferred to North Lauderdale where he worked as a road patrol commander, and later, executive officer. He served as executive lieutenant in BSO’s Central Broward district and, more recently, in Lauderdale Lakes.
“With every opportunity comes tremendous responsibility,” Lt. Jackson said. “I plan to serve the residents of Dania Beach honorably.”
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