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Brian Moyer

Senior Administrative Officer Brian Moyer began his law enforcement career with the Pasco Sheriff's Office as a patrol deputy in 1984. He became one of the county's first two school resource officers in 1987 and was promoted to sergeant in 1989. He served as sergeant or lieutenant in School Resource, Patrol, Crimes Against Children, Professional Standards, Court Services, and Youth Services. In 2001 he was selected to oversee countywide school safety and security in a partnership between the Sheriff's Office and School Board, a position he held for over five years until his promotion to captain. After serving as a commander of Administrative Services, Criminal Investigations, and District I Patrol, Captain Moyer completed his 29-year tenure in Pasco County in 2014 and joined the Hernando County Sheriff's Office in February of 2015. He holds a Bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida and a Master's degree in Public Administration from Troy University. He is a certified law enforcement instructor and has served as an adjunct instructor at Pasco-Hernando State College, Rasmussen College, and Clearwater Christian College, as well as teaching school crisis response in five states.

Matthew Balogh

Information Technology Director Matthew Balogh has been an employee of the Hernando County Sheriff's Office since 2002. He has held several positions in the Information Technology Section including Computer Technician, Network Support Technician and Network Administrator. He became the agency's Director of Information Technology in 2012. He received an associate degree in information technology computer network systems from ITT Technical Institute in 2002 and a bachelor's degree in management from Hodges University in 2010. In 2018 Director Balogh achieved certification as a Government Chief Information Officer and he holds several IT certifications including MCSE and CCNA. Matthew strives to implement new technology that benefits the core goals of the Hernando County Sheriff's Office. The Sheriff's Office IT Section is an 9-member team that is responsible for maintaining the mission critical systems of the Sheriff's Office. Some of the many systems the team maintains include:

  • Hernando County's primary and back-up 911 system, 800-MHZ radio system, and consolidated dispatch center including the computer-aided dispatch system used by the Sheriff's Office, Hernando County Fire Rescue, Brooksville Fire Department, and others.
  • Over 700 Sheriff's Office 800-MHZ radios, the agency phone system with over 500 phones, and agency email system with nearly 600 users.
  • Desktop and laptop computers including mobile data terminals in HCSO patrol cars.
  • Jail management and security systems.
  • Sheriff's Office records management system, payroll and HR software, crime mapping software, the Sheriff's Office website, and a variety of other internal hardware and software systems.
  • Sheriff's Office website and a variety of other internal hardware and software systems.

Daryl Recker

Director of Communication Daryl Recker joined the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office in 2021, and manages both the agency’s E9-1-1 consolidated communications center and the Central Records Unit. He also serves as the County’s appointed E9-1-1 Coordinator. Mr. Recker is a U.S. Army veteran with a passion for helping people, and found his calling in 2002 after becoming a 9-1-1 operator. Mr. Recker’s certifications include Communications Training Officer, Emergency Number Professional, and Advanced GIS Specialist, and he holds an Associate of Arts degree in business management and leadership from Grand Rapids Community College and a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan. The HCSO Emergency Communications Center is a team of 50 civilian personnel dedicated to sending law enforcement, fire, or EMS responders to provide assistance to the citizens of Hernando County. The Central Records Unit is comprised of 22 civilian personnel with two different areas of expertise. Records personnel maintain and disseminate information, including public information requests, and perform validations for entries into law enforcement databases; Automated Records Management System (ARMS) personnel transcribe reports from deputies in the field, providing immediate entry into the Sheriff’s Office records system.

Terri McClanahan

Comptroller Terri McClanahan joined the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office in 2011 as the Finance Director, having served in a similar position at Spring Hill Fire and Rescue until it was absorbed by the Hernando County Board of County Commissioners in 2011. Terri began her career in governmental accounting in 2003 as an Accounting Supervisor for the Citrus County Board of County Commissioners. In 2004 she became the Proprietary Funds Accountant for the Hernando County Clerk of Circuit Courts and then joined Hernando County government as the Assistant Director of the Office of Management and Budget in 2006. Terri holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Baldwin-Wallace College and a Master’s degree in Accounting from Saint Leo University. She is a Certified Government Finance Officer and a Certified District Manager in the state of Florida. Active memberships include the Florida Government Finance Officers Association (FGFOA), along with the Nature Coast Chapter of the FGFOA.

As a member of the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office, Terri was promoted to Comptroller in 2015 and continues to oversee the Finance Section which is responsible for all phases of budgeting, accounting and reporting, payroll, and fiscal control activities. Finance maintains all financial records for the Sheriff’s Office and works diligently to secure and monitor grants for additional funding.