Captain Bill Floyd began his career at the Coral Springs Police Department in 1996. He served as a patrol officer until September 14, 1996 when he was transferred to the K-9 Unit. Captain Floyd served as a K-9 handler and trainer until 2007 when he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant. As a Sergeant, he supervised the Patrol Unit as well as the Bike Unit and Substations. In May 2012, he was promoted to Lieutenant, where he served as a Midnight Shift Commander.
Captain Floyd was "Supervisor of the Year" in 2011 and received "Unit of the Year" in 2010 for the Bike Unit. In January 2014 he was promoted to Captain. He currently serves as Captain overseeing the Special Operations Component, consisting of the Bikes & Substation Unit, Tactical & Gang Unit, K9, and the Burglary Enforcement and Reduction Unit.
He has received 9 Exceptional Police Initiative Commendations, 8 Unit of the Year Citation Awards, an Exceptional Service Award from the North American Police Work Dog Association, a Life Saving Commendation and numerous letters of commendation from both public and other law enforcement agencies throughout his career.
Captain Floyd graduated from Mars Hill University, N.C. and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science.