Since 2009, Robert Baldwin has applied nearly 25 years of expertise in public administration and local government in Broward County to serving Dania Beach, Florida, as city manager. As the chief administrator of a commission-manager form of city government, Mr. Baldwin leads and collaborates with task- and department-specific commissioners and appointees, including Broward County Sheriff’s Office District Captain Kevin Granville.
Captain Kevin Granville serves the Broward County Sheriff’s Office as the district captain of Dania Beach. As head of this Sheriff’s Office district, Granville supervises two lieutenants, eight sergeants, 58 deputies, and a team of office administrators who provide law enforcement services to the residents of Dania Beach, the oldest incorporated city in South Florida. Dania Beach is home to roughly 30,000 residents, and the city offers such attractions as the International Game and Fish Association World Fishing Center, many antique and curio shops, and one of the world’s largest jai-alai sport centers. Dania Beach maintains an annual budget of roughly $10 million for sheriff operations in the city’s 22 residential neighborhoods and communities. More information can be found here: http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/2013-02-21/news/fl-bso-chief-dania-20130221_1_dania-beach-kevin-granville-sheriff-s-office
An accomplished local government veteran, Robert Baldwin is the City Manager of Dania Beach, Florida. Baldwin oversees all aspects of the city's administration.