Broward County Detention Deputy Arrested For Hitting Inmate

Ke’Shondra Davis Arrested For Battery.

Broward County Detention Deputy Arrested For Hitting Inmate

Broward County Detention Deputy Arrested For Hitting Inmate

BROWARD COUNTY, FL – Boca Post ( — The Broward Sheriff’s Office has arrested one of their own following an investigation into an incident involving a detention deputy and an inmate in July of 2022.

According to the Broward Sheriff’s Office, a detention deputy is accused of misdemeanor battery following a use of force incident that occurred at BSO’s Central Intake Bureau.

According to BSO’s Internal Affairs Unit, on July 15, 2022, Deputy Ke’Shondra Davis was involved in a use of force incident with a male inmate. The investigation revealed that while in the process of relocating inmates to another cell, the victim made a comment to Davis. At that time, Davis confronted the inmate and struck him with her hand multiple times.

BSO policy mandates that each use of force be documented and reviewed. In this case, Davis’ Department of Detention supervisor forwarded the initial use of force review to BSO’s Internal Affairs Unit. BSO’s Use of Force Review Board received the file and recommended that the deputy’s actions be found not in compliance with the policy. An IA investigation commenced, and Deputy Davis was placed on restricted administrative assignment.

In November, the case was presented to the Broward State Attorney’s Office. On Monday, Davis was charged with misdemeanor battery and received a summons to appear in court.

Davis was hired by BSO in February 2016. Following the receipt of the summons on Monday, Davis’ status changed to suspended without pay.