|Commander of Bureau of Administrative Services|
Lt. Brenda Suarez began her career with the Sheriff's Department in 1986 as a booking clerk at the Men's Jail. She became a Custodial Deputy in 1990 and has been a Facility Training Officer, Classification Deputy and Title 15 Compliance Deputy. After her promotion to Sergeant in 1997, she worked at all three facilities, as well as supervising the Classification Unit, the FTO program, and Inmate Programs. Lt. Suarez received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix in 2001. Lt. Suarez was promoted to Lieutenant in 2003 and has managed the Programs Unit, Men's Honor Farm, the Records Unit, the Men's Jail and the Public Safety Center.
Lt. Brenda Suarez is currently assigned as the commander of the Bureau of Administrative Services, Support Services and Commissary.
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