Captain Adriene Daise

Juvenile Assessment Center

Captain Adriene Daise began her career with the Broward Sheriff’s Office in 1987 as a detention deputy; she has over 26 years of combined experience and has dedicated her career serving in various capacities within Detention Operation and Administration, the Department of Law Enforcement Administration and specialized units. During her career, she has supervised and worked in various areas to include Direct Supervision facilities, Central Intake Unit, Internal Affairs, Policy and Research with the Bureau of Training and Organizational Development, Boot Camp, Work Release and Department of Detention Operation and Administration. Captain Daise was also assigned to the Training Division Institute for Criminal Justice Studies as the Academy Supervisor and served as an adjunct instructor with Broward College. She was also the Leadership Academy Commander at Lanier James Education Center supervising a juvenile behavioral program in partnership with the Broward Sheriff’s Office and the Broward County School Board. Captain Daise was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 1998 and was later promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in 2007. In 2013, she was promoted to the rank of Captain and is currently assigned to the Juvenile Assessment Center which collaborates with local law enforcement, Department of Juvenile Justice and a range of government entities that help serve at-risk youth of Broward County. Captain Daise is a certified General Instructor, Firearms Instructor, Drill Instructor, Internal Affairs Investigator and Staff Inspector. Captain Daise is a graduate of Nova University Executive Leadership Academy as well as University of Louisville Southern Police Institute Command Officers Development Course. She also successfully completed the Rehabilitative Instructors Training Course with the United States Army. Captain Daise has taken Bachelors level courses in Criminal Justice from Andrew Jackson University and Broward College.