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Hernando County is located on the West coast of Central Florida. The Sheriff's Office provides law enforcement services to a population of approximately 186,000, including the City of Brooksville. This is an increase of nearly 318%
since 1980, and Hernando continues to be regarded as one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States.
The Hernando County Sheriff's Office is committed to responding to the needs of the citizens of Hernando County. Our mission is to maintain peace and order, safeguard life and property, and protect individual rights through the delivery
of professional services. The measure of our service will be judged by the community.
Major Cyrus Robinson
serves as commander of the Law Enforcement Operations Bureau, which encompasses Patrol Operations, Criminal Investigations, and Special Operations. Major Robinson has been with the Hernando County Sheriff's Office since April 1989. Prior assignments include, Judicial Services Bureau Commander, Patrol Division commander, Major Case Section commander, District 1 commander, District 2 administrative sergeant, patrol supervisor, COPPS Unit supervisor, assistant SWAT team leader, Detective Division and patrol deputy. Major Robinson is a U.S. Navy veteran, and has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Columbia Southern University.
Captain Kenneth Hayden
is the commander of the Special Operations Division, which includes a wide variety of important agency functions. Captain Hayden has served with the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office since January 1997. Captain Hayden’s prior assignments include Commander of the Major Crimes Section, Professional Standards Section Commander, District 1 Administrative Sergeant, Accreditation Manager, Patrol Sergeant, Rapid Response Team Sergeant, COPPS Deputy, Patrol Deputy. Captain Hayden holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from the University of South Florida and a Master’s degree in Strategic Leadership from Mountain State University.
Captain John Cameron
serves as the Patrol Division Commander, which provides service to the citizens of Hernando County through uniformed patrol and general criminal investigations, such as property crimes. Captain Cameron has served with the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office since 1995. Captain Cameron’s prior assignments include District One Commander, Administrative Support Commander, Vice and Narcotics Unit Commander, Watch Commander and Detention Operations Commander. Captain Cameron has also supervised various units within the agency, to include Patrol, Community Policing, Criminal Investigations, School Resource Officers, Traffic Unit, Mounted Unit, and serving as District One Administrative Sergeant. Captain Cameron is a member of the Florida Narcotics Officers’ Association and Florida Gang Investigators Association. He is the Vice President of the Florida Council on Crime and Delinquency Chapter 30. Captain Cameron is a graduate of the Florida Sheriffs Association Commanders Academy.
Captain Jeff Kraft
commands the Criminal Investigation Division which includes the Major Case, Vice and Narcotics, and Scientific Investigations (Forensics) Sections. Captain Kraft joined the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office in 1991 after serving two and a half years with the New Jersey Department of Corrections and graduating from the law enforcement academy at Pasco-Hernando State College. He has experience as a deputy and detective, and has supervised or managed patrol, major case, special operations, and vice and narcotics units. Captain Kraft is a Certified Fraud Examiner and has served on the Sheriff’s Rapid Response Team, the Hernando County Economic Crime Council, and U.S. Secret Service and Internal Revenue Service task forces.
Director of Forensic Science Kinsey Boylan
joined the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office in 2005 as a Forensic Technician I. Since, she has held the positions of Forensic Technician II, Forensic Specialist and was promoted to the Director of Forensic Science in November of 2016. Director Boylan has received her Associate in Science degree in Crime Scene Technology from St. Petersburg College and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Science with a concentration in Criminal Justice from the University of South Florida. In 2006, she gained the status of a court accepted expert in bloodstain pattern analysis. Director Boylan oversees the Forensic Unit, Biometric Unit and Multi-Media Unit. She is an active member of the Florida Division of the International Association for Identification and serves on the Bloodstain Pattern Identification Committee.