Major Munib Ahmed started his law enforcement career in 2003 with the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Beginning his career as a road patrol deputy in the city of Tamarac, he later joined the agency’s Office of Homeland Security Division as a detective in the Counter Terrorism Unit. In 2017, he served as a supervisor in the city of Weston before returning as supervisor of the Counter Terrorism Unit. His responsibilities included coordinating with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies for security planning, counter terrorism investigations, emergency management and command operations of high profile incidents, including coordination of law enforcement services for the Orange Bowl, Super Bowl and several national championships. He also regularly assisted the FBI-Joint Terrorism Task Force and United States Secret Service with intelligence and protective service operations. He was also a part of the Special Weapons and Tactics Hostage Barricade Team.