Chief Deputy Daryl Wilson
Chief Deputy Daryl Wilson joined the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office in 1991 as a Deputy Sheriff. Prior to joining the Sheriff's Office, Chief Deputy Wilson worked for the Board of County Commissioners' security force as a sergeant for three years. As a deputy, Chief Deputy Wilson served in the Jail Division, Road Patrol Division, Community Oriented Policing Unit, Field Training Officer and an evidence technician. In 1995 he was assigned to the Organized Crime Unit where he served in an undercover capacity as a narcotics detective. While in the unit, he received recognition for his accomplishments by the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Dayton Police Department. Chief Deputy Wilson has been an active member of the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office SWAT team and the Montgomery County Regional SWAT team since 1995. He continues to serve in this capacity as the Team Commander.
In 1998, Chief Deputy Wilson was promoted to the rank of sergeant. He held the rank of sergeant from 1998-2004. During his time as a sergeant he held several positions, one being a supervisor in the Jail Division. In 2001, he was promoted to Administrative Sergeant to the Road Patrol Division. Additionally, Chief Wilson also served as the supervisor for the Inspectional Services Unit which is responsible for conducting internal investigations for the Montgomery County Sheriff's office.
In 2005, Chief Deputy Wilson was promoted to the rank of Captain an assigned to the Operation Division as the Assistant Operations Commander.
In 2008, Chief Deputy Wilson was promoted to Major and assigned as the Division Commander for the Jail and Court Security. In 2013, Chief Deputy Wilson was designated as the Division Commander for the Support Services and Community Services Division.
On January 1, 2019, he was appointed to the rank of Chief Deputy where he oversees the day to day operations of the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office. Chief Deputy Daryl Wilson is the first African American male to be appointed to the rank of Chief Deputy in Montgomery County.
Chief Deputy Wilson can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (937) 225-4192.
Major Matt Haines
Major Matt Haines started his law enforcement career in 1995 as a Reserve Deputy with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office. In 1996 he became a full-time Public Safety Dispatcher and part-time Patrol Officer with the City of Trotwood. A short time later, he accepted a full-time position as a Trotwood Patrol Officer and also served as a member of the Trotwood Special Response Team. In 2002 Major Haines returned to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office as a Deputy Sheriff assigned to Road Patrol. As a deputy his assignments included Harrison, Jefferson, and Washington Townships and he was a Field Training Officer. Major Haines has been an active member of the Montgomery County Regional Hostage Negotiation Team since 2005.
In 2005, Major Haines was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and assigned to the Jail Division. In 2007, he transferred to the Support Services Division as a Dispatch Center Supervisor. He was selected to be the Administrative Sergeant in the newly formed Regional Dispatch Center in 2008. In 2012, he was promoted to Captain and was assigned as the Commander of the Regional Dispatch Center.
In 2016, Haines was promoted to major and assigned as the Jail and Court Security Division Commander. In 2019, he was assigned to his current role as the Community Services Division Commander. The Community Services Division includes: Road Patrol, Investigations and Task Forces, Sex Offender Registration, the Regional Training Center, and the Concealed Carry Permit and Legal Processing Units.
Major Haines is a Montgomery County native and a graduate of Miamisburg High School. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Fire and Arson Investigation and Police Administration from Eastern Kentucky University. He is a graduate of the Sinclair Community College Police Academy and has served as an instructor at local police academies. Haines is a member of the Sheriff’s Office Police Athletic and Activities League.
Major Haines can be reached at HainesM@mcohiosheriff.org or by phone at (937) 225-4456.
Major Jeremy Roy
Major Jeremy Roy started his law enforcement career as a patrolman with the City of Riverside in 1998. In July of 2001, he joined the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office and was assigned to the Road Patrol Division. During his time in the Road Patrol Division, Major Roy worked as a C.O.P.S. Officer, as well as a Field Training Officer in both Harrison Township and in Jefferson Township.
In December of 2002, Major Roy was certified as an Accident Reconstructionist through Northwestern University and later, in 2004, he was assigned to the Forensic Services Unit after receiving training through the Miami Valley Crime Lab.
In 2004, Major Roy was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and after spending a short time inside the Jail, he was assigned as the Administrative Sergeant over the Court Services Detail. In August of 2008, Major Roy received training from Ohio Homeland Security and the US Department of Justice to become certified as a Terrorism Liaison Officer for the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office.
Major Jeremy Roy has been an active member of the Montgomery County Regional Hostage Negotiation Team since 2005. He currently serves as the Commander of the MCSO Regional Hostage Negotiation Team.
In January of 2010, he was promoted to the rank of Captain and was assigned as the Assistant Commander of the Jail Division. In 2013, he was assigned as the District Commander for Harrison Township where he stayed until 2019. Major Roy was promoted to his current rank of Major in 2019 and now serves as the Division Commander for the Jail and Court Services.
Major Roy graduated from Fairfield High School and earned his degree from the University of Cincinnati. In June of 2018, Major Roy graduated from the Public Safety Leadership Academy through The Ohio State University.
Major Roy can be reached at (937) 496-3060 or by email at email@example.com.
Captain Mike Brem
Captain Mike Brem joined the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office in 1993 as a corrections officer. He graduated from Sinclair Community College Police Academy in 1995 and was promoted to the rank of Transportation Deputy. In late 1995, Captain Brem transferred to road patrol where he was assigned to Harrison, Jefferson and Washington Townships.
In 1999, Captain Brem investigated property crimes in the detective section in Harrison Township. He joined the Montgomery County SWAT Team and later became a team leader and trainer. In 2003, Captain Brem was promoted to the rank of sergeant where he was assigned to the Jail Division, Court Services and Road Patrol.
In 2007, Captain Brem was assigned as the Montgomery County Regional Training Center Supervisor. He trained numerous law enforcement agencies. Captain Brem became involved in the Police Athletic League where he is currently the secretary on the P.A.L. Board.
In 2009, Captain Brem supervised the Montgomery County Organized Crime Unit undercover detectives. In 2010, he assisted in establishing a multi-jurisdiction drug task force, Regional Agencies Narcotics & Gun Enforcement (R.A.N.G.E.). He supervised undercover operations in Montgomery and adjoining counties. Captain Brem graduated from advanced narcotics schools including the DEA's Drug Unit Commanders Academy in 2012. He is on the board and represents the South West region of Ohio in the Ohio Task Force Commanders Association.
Captain Brem was promoted to the rank of captain in September of 2013, where he served as the Jefferson Township District Commander, RANGE Task Force Commander, and Miami Valley Bulk Cash Smuggling Task Force Commander.
In September of 2017, Captain Brem was selected to attend the Federal Bureau of Investigations National Academy, which he graduated from on December 18, 2017.
In April 2018, Captain Brem was assigned as the new Police Director of Washington Township, where he oversees 28 employees and four volunteers.
Captain Brem is a native of Montgomery County. He graduated from Miamisburg High School and attended Sinclair Community College majoring in Criminal Justice.
Captain Brem can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 937-432-2720
Captain Greg Stephens
Captain Greg Stephens joined the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office command staff in April 2009 and currently serves as the County’s radio system administrator. He began his law enforcement career in 1991 as a park ranger with Dayton-Montgomery County Park District / Five Rivers MetroParks. As a Lieutenant with that agency, he was responsible for all mobile data and computer terminals, security alarm and access control systems, fleet management, and radio equipment repair and installation.
Captain Stephens is a member of the Hostage Negotiation Team as well as a board member of both the Montgomery County Police Athletic League and The Suicide Prevention Center.
Captain Stephens is a graduate of Northmont High School and Miami Valley Career Technology Center, where he currently acts as a substitute teacher and member of the Criminal Justice Advisory Council. He attended Sinclair Community College. Captain Stephens and his family reside in Butler Township.
Captain Stephens can be reached at email@example.com or by telephone at (937) 496-7042.
Captain Jay Wheeler
Captain Jay Wheeler joined the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in April of 1999 as a Corrections Officer assigned to the Jail Division. He began his career as a Corrections Officer in Miami County in 1995. In 2001, Captain Wheeler was promoted to Deputy Sheriff assigned as a Road Patrol Deputy in Washington, Harrison and Jefferson Townships. In 2007, Captain Wheeler was assigned to Road Headquarters as an evidence technician where he worked until 2011.
In 2011, Captain Wheeler was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and was assigned to the Regional Dispatch Center as a dispatch supervisor.
Captain Wheeler was promoted to his current rank in December of 2016. He is currently assigned to the Support Services Division-Administrative Services as the Commander of the Regional Dispatch Center.
Captain Wheeler is a native of Troy, Ohio and is a graduate of Troy High School. He earned an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Sinclair Community College in 1994. He is a graduate of the MVCTC Police Academy. Captain Wheeler graduated from Ohio's Public Safety Leadership Academy Class #6 in June of 2018. The PSLA is an eleven-week course and a partnership between the Ohio Department of Safety and The Ohio State University for law enforcement leaders throughout the state. He is married and resides with his family in Miami Township.
Captain Wheeler can be reached at (937)384-2451 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Captain Julie Stephens
Captain Julie Stephens joined the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in 1986 as the first civilian corrections officer. She graduated from the police academy in 1992 and was promoted to transportation officer. In 1993 she became a deputy sheriff where she worked in Jefferson and Harrison Townships. Her various duties included Field Training Officer and a Community Oriented Policing assignment in Northland Village. Captain Stephens made detective and was assigned to Special Investigations where the majority of her caseload consisted of offenses involving family violence. She was recognized as an expert witness in the field of domestic violence, is a certified instructor in that topic, and has attended numerous training classes in this area. Along with her interest in family violence she also assisted in creating the Montgomery County law enforcement protocol for responding to elder abuse.
In 2005, Captain Stephens was promoted to sergeant and was assigned to recruit and hire new personnel along with overseeing the Special Investigations section, Records, and the Sex Offender Registration and Notification unit.
Captain Julie Stephens was promoted to her current rank in January 2018 and assigned to the jail division.
Captain Stephens is a native of Montgomery County. She graduated from Northridge High School and earned her Associates of Applied Science degree, Law Enforcement, from Sinclair Community College. She is actively pursuing her degree in Criminal Justice Administration through Columbia Southern University.
Captain Stephens can be reached at email@example.com or by telephone at (937) 224-3619.
Captain Andy Flagg
Captain Flagg joined the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in 1996 as a corrections officer. He attended the Sinclair Basic Police Academy and was promoted to deputy sheriff in 1998. As a deputy, he worked as a community-oriented police officer and then as an evidence technician. He was promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2003.
As a sergeant, Captain Flagg worked as a supervisor in the jail and in court security. In 2011, he was assigned to the Forensic Services Unit where he oversaw the crime scene unit, Traffic Services, Civil Process, Environmental Crimes unit, and handled the administrative duties for District 7 in Jefferson Township. He was promoted to his current rank in May of 2018 and oversees District 7 in Jefferson Township, the RANGE Task Force, and the Miami Valley Bulk Smuggling Task Force.
Captain Flagg is a graduate of Fairborn high school. He earned an Associate’s degree in Criminal Justice/Police Science from Sinclair Community College. Captain Flagg holds a Bachelor’s degree from Columbia Southern University in Criminal Justice Administration and a Master’s degree in Emergency and Disaster Management from American Public University.
Captain Flagg can be reached at FlaggA@mcohiosheriff.org or by telephone at (937) 496-6887.
Captain Dave Parin
Captain Dave Parin started his law enforcement career in 1993 when he joined the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office as a corrections officer. He attended the Sinclair Basic Police Academy and was promoted to deputy sheriff in 1997. As a deputy, Captain Parin worked in Washington, Jefferson, and Harrison Townships, and was the school resource officer for Northridge School District. Captain Parin also served as a detective for the Inspectional Services Unit and one of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Regional Training Center instructors.
Captain Parin was promoted to Sergeant in 2007, where he was assigned to the Jail Division as a supervisor inside the Montgomery County Jail. In 2012 Captain Parin was assigned to the Road Patrol Headquarters. In 2013, Captain Parin was selected to supervise the Inspectional Services Unit.
Captain Parin was promoted to his current rank in January of 2019, when he was assigned as the District Commander for Harrison Township
Captain Parin is a native of Montgomery County where he graduated from Northmont High School. He has attended Sinclair Community College and Wright State University. Captain Parin is married and resides with his family in Miamisburg.
Captain Parin can be reached at 937-890-1287 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Captain Brad Daugherty
Captain Daugherty graduated from Tri-County North High School and earned his Associates of Applied Science Degree, Law Enforcement, from Sinclair Community College.
Captain Brad Daugherty began his career with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office as a Corrections Officer in 1998. After graduating from the Sinclair Police Academy in 1999, he was promoted to Court Deputy and then to Deputy Sheriff in 2000.
From 2000-2004 Captain Daugherty worked in several areas of the Sheriff’s Office including; the Jail Division, Road Patrol Division, Community Oriented Policing Unit and served as a Field Training Officer.
From 2004-2014, he was assigned to the Special Investigation Unit where he served as a Detective working a variety of important and high profile cases to include; Robberies, Rapes, and Homicides.
Captain Daugherty has been an active member of the Montgomery County Regional SWAT Team since 2004. He currently serves as one of the team leaders of the Montgomery County Regional SWAT Team.
In 2014, Captain Daugherty was assigned to the Dayton-Montgomery County Homicide Task Force to investigate homicide cases in the City of Dayton and Montgomery County. While in this unit, he was also sworn in as a Task Force Officer by the Drug Enforcement Administration in order to enhance his ability to investigate overdose deaths in Montgomery County.
In 2018, Captain Daugherty was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and assigned to the Jail Division.
In May 2019, he was promoted to the rank of Captain and is assigned as the Assistant Commander of the Jail Division.
Captain Daugherty is a two time Deputy of the Year (2009 and 2015).
Captain Daugherty is committed to the betterment of Montgomery County, and serves his community outside of work. He is very active in the northwest area of Montgomery County; having coached numerous youth sports teams in the Northmont area and serving as an Englewood City Councilmember.
Captain Daugherty has been married for twenty years and has four children.
Captain Daugherty can be reached by email at email@example.com or by telephone at (937) 496-6964.
Personnel Director Julie Droessler
Personnel Director Julie A. Droessler, Esq. began her career in law enforcement in 1999 with the Montgomery County Prosecutors Office. She prosecuted felony criminal offenses from drug possession and theft to kidnapping, robbery and murder. In November, 2006, Mrs. Droessler transferred to the Civil Division of the Prosecutor's Office where she practiced labor and employment law. Mrs. Droessler represented and advised all Montgomery County Agencies and elected officials in labor and employment. She litigated cases on behalf of Montgomery County in federal and state courts, as well as successful represented Montgomery County at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Ohio Civil Rights Commission, State Employee Relations Board and State Personnel Board of Review. Mrs. Droessler also represented Montgomery County in labor dispute resolutions, contract negotiations and arbitrations.
In May, 2013, Mrs. Droessler accepted a position with the Montgomery County Clerk of Courts as the Human Resources Director. In that position, Mrs. Droessler handled all aspect of human resources including hiring, discipline, contract negotiations, policy manual updates and varying aspects of implementing ADA, FMLA, FLSA and EEO law.
Mrs. Droessler returned to law enforcement in April, 2014 when she joined the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office as the Personnel Director where she will oversee all aspects of personnel management and accreditation.
Mrs. Droessler received her law degree from the University of Dayton School of Law in 1997 and her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse in 1994. She is admitted to practice in the State of Ohio, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit. Mrs. Droessler also served approximately seventeen years in the U.S. Army Reserves. She attained the rank of Captain in the JAG Corps.
Personnel Director Julie A. Droessler, Esq can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (937) 225-4065.
Director of Information Technology Bart Kincaid
IT Director Bart Kincaid joined the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in March of 2007 as an IT/PC Specialist, where he immediately began work on configuring the Tiburon system to be NIBRS/OIBRS compliant. Bart also worked on the setup of the Regional Dispatch Center.
In 2012, Bart was promoted to IT/PC Network Specialist, and began the process of ensuring that MCSO met the requirements of LEADS and CJIS Security specifications. In the summer of 2012, he led MCSO through a successful CJIS audit from the FBI. Bart was promoted to IT Director in 2013.
Bart is a native of Dayton, OH, and graduated from Kettering Fairmont High School. Bart holds a degree in Network Administration and has multiple certifications for IT and Cyber Security. He is an alumni of the SANS Institute for Cyber Security. Bart is married and has one daughter, and resides with his family in Washington Township.
Bart can be reached at (937) 224-3829 or by email at email@example.com