For Clay County Sheriff
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. Darryl Daniels has a stellar 27-year career in law enforcement. He advanced through the ranks from officer, sergeant, lieutenant, assistant chief, division chief, and most recently, sheriff of Clay Count.
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About Darryl Daniels
He was born in Miami, Florida. After graduating from high school, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy where he was stationed at Naval Air Station Cecil Field in Jacksonville, Florida and later deployed aboard the Aircraft Carrier USS Forrestal.
He began his law enforcement career with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office (JSO). Sheriff Daniels has experience in patrol, internal affairs, traffic, accreditation, and staff inspections. He was also a Community Problem Response Team member where he and his team addressed a variety of criminal activity.
A dynamic leader in the community and in the workplace, Sheriff Daniels has commanded areas such as Crime Analysis, Information Systems Management, Grants, Training Academy, Emergency Preparedness, Community Service Officer and Reserve Programs, Auto Burglary Taskforce, Jails Division, Professional Standards Division, Continuous Improvement Division and the Health Services Division.