At the age of 21, Captain Kevin Granville joined the Broward County Sheriff's Office after serving as the group's first intern and graduating from Bethune-Cookman University with a degree in criminal justice. Initially performing road patrol in South Broward, he transferred to the countywide Street Crimes Unit. After three years in that division, Captain Granville joined the road patrol, motor unit, and Special Enforcement Team in Lauderdale Lakes.
During the 2000s, Captain Kevin Granville protected the citizens of Dania Beach, Pompano Beach, and Pembroke Park. In 2010, he was named acting chief and executive officer of the Deerfield Beach district. Immediately preceding his appointment to district captain of Dania Beach, he served as Area 2 captain for Pompano Beach.
Shortly after accepting his current position, Captain Granville received praise from Dania Beach Mayor Walter Duke for his dedication to fixing chronic crimes, such as drugs and prostitution. Additionally, he serves as the executive vice president of the South Florida Chapter of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives.