About Sheriff Daniels
He and his administration are focusing on two main initiatives – crime reduction and community engagement. Your vote will help make sure these initiatives happen for Clay county.
Darryl Daniels is the 28th sheriff of Clay County. He and his administration are focusing on two main initiatives – crime reduction and community engagement. He has introduced enhanced strategies to reduce crime and engage the community to ensure residents have an effective and efficient law enforcement agency.
Sheriff Daniels has a stellar 27-year career in law enforcement. He advanced through the ranks from officer, sergeant, lieutenant, assistant chief, division chief and now, sheriff.
He has been nominated several times as Police Officer of the Month and selected as Supervisor of the Month and Supervisor of the Year. He also served as a team leader and assessor for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA). He currently serves as the Vice-Chair on the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc. (CFA), co-chair of the Regional Domestic Security Task Force (RDSTF) Region 3, and a Domestic Security Oversight Committee member. The sheriff continuously furthers his knowledge in the law enforcement field.
A Leader For Clay County
He attended the 255th session of the FBI National Academy where he was selected as section leader and he was the first to command two JSO divisions simultaneously. The sheriff attended the Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar 76th session and the National Sheriff’s Institute 113th session. Sheriff Daniels is also a member of the National Sheriff’s Association. He serves as a member on the Drug Enforcement committee as well as a member of the Youth Offender/Juvenile Programs committee.