Boward SO Announced The First Ever African-American Female Undersheriff In Its History

Boward SO Announced The First Ever African-American Female Undersheriff In Its History

BSO Col. Nichole Anderson was selected by Sheriff Gregory Tony to be his second in command. 

The Broward Sheriff's Office has made history by electing a black woman to be the Undersheriff on the force. BSO Col. Nichole Anderson was selected by Sheriff Gregory Tony to be his second in command. 



 

Anderson served with the BSO for 23 years and was ranked as a Major and Colonel during her time on the force. "Today is another unprecedented day in our county, and in the history of this agency," Sheriff Gregory Tony said. 



 

Anderson's focus has remained steadfast. "There is a change in roles and responsibilities, but the mission is still clear: Service," she said. "Service to the agency and service to the community that we serve."



 

Undersheriff Anderson will be replacing Col. Sean Zukowsky.

Here's a video of the announcement naming Nichole Anderson as the new Undersheriff of Boward Sheriff's Office.



 

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