Deerfield Beach

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Deerfield Beach, FL 33441
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Captainhttps://www.sheriff.org/PublishingImages/Staff/LE/hofstein_a.jpgDeerfield Beach

​Captain Adam Hofstein began his career with BSO in 1991 as a deputy sheriff in the Department of Detention. In 1996, he became a law enforcement deputy with assignments in the Dania Beach and Lauderdale Lakes districts. In addition to crime prevention and patrol assignments, he served special assignments as a street crimes detective and property crimes detective. In 1999, he was chosen as a person crimes detective for the Criminal Investigations Division. He specialized in investigating child abuse, elderly abuse/exploitation, animal abuse and domestic violence.

In 2002, he was promoted to sergeant and supervised patrol units in the City of Lauderdale Lakes. Shortly after that, he was asked to return to Criminal Investigations to manage Special Victims and Violent Crimes Units. From 2011, he supervised patrol units for the City of Deerfield Beach until 2015, when he was selected as the executive officer/administrative sergeant for the Department of Administration. In 2017, he was promoted to lieutenant and assigned to the agency's Information Technology Division. Capt. Hofstein returned to Deerfield Beach in 2019 to serve as the executive officer. He was selected as the district captain in August 2021.

Captain Hofstein graduated from Florida Atlantic University's Public Leadership Program and the FAU Executive Leadership Program. In addition, he has extensive training in law enforcement practices, criminal investigations, and information technology and has served as a professional trainer in these fields throughout his career.


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Lt. Anaimage murilloquigley_aDeerfield Beach

​Lieutenant Ana Murillo-Quigley began her law enforcement career with the Broward Sheriff's Office in 2007 and has worked in a variety of capacities throughout the agency.  In 2013, she was promoted to sergeant and served in the Dania Beach district, as Tamarac's Crime Suppression Team Supervisor and sergeant investigator for the Internal Affairs division. She was promoted to lieutenant in 2018, where she was assigned to the Pompano Beach district as a shift lieutenant and later transferred to the Port Everglades District. In 2019, she was chosen to serve as the Executive Officer for Port Everglades district. In 2021, she became the Executive Officer for the City of Deerfield Beach.  She holds a Bachelor of Art Degree in Economics from Stony Brook University.

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BSO District 10 – Deerfield Beach is Broward County's northernmost district. The city, encompassing approximately 16.25 square miles, is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Florida Turnpike to the west, the Palm Beach county line to the north, and the City of Pompano Beach to the south.

BSO was contracted to provide law enforcement services for the city in 1990. The district has an annual operating budget of approximately $27 million, which provides 153 positions, including 1 district captain, 3 lieutenants, 13 sergeants, 119 deputies, 6 community service aides, 3 administrative staff, 1 crime analyst and 7 parking enforcement specialists.

Deerfield Beach is a well-known surf community with very popular boating waterways and the International Fishing Pier, an angler's paradise. Waterfront eateries provide the freshest seafood in Broward County and the best live entertainment. There are acres of city parks, the Arboretum Tree Zoo, and a calendar packed with free festivals and concerts all year long. Deerfield Beach… proudly known as "more than just a pretty beach!" and the Broward Sheriff's Office Deerfield Beach district is proud to serve this community. 

The Town of Deerfield was incorporated on June 11, 1925, with 1,300 residents. In 1939, the town's name was changed to the City of Deerfield Beach, where today more than 80,000 citizens reside.