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Doyle Wright  
Title: Chief Deputy
Phone: 937-521-2050
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Doyle WrightBiography
Chief Deputy Doyle Wright joined the Clark County Sheriff’s Office October 27, 2014 after retiring from the City of Beavercreek Police Department as a Captain. Chief Wright began his career in law enforcement at Clark State Community College in 1986. He also worked for the Village of Enon prior to spending 25 years with the Beavercreek Police Department. He holds an Associates of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Clark State Community College and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Park University. Chief Wright is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Staff and Command and the Ohio Associations of Chief of Police Executive Leadership College (PELC).

During his tenure as a sheriff’s deputy, Chief Wright is a past commander of the Regional Emergency Response Team (SWAT) Negotiators, former D.A.R.E. Officer and Crime Prevention Officer. He administered various roles with the Beavercreek Police Department to include the hiring practices, property room, records section, communications section and internal affairs office. He has many years of experience in patrol operations supervision at the street level and command level.

Awards & Achievements
Chief Wright was awarded the Officer of the Year from the Fraternal Order of Eagles in 1990. He was awarded the Meritorious Service Award for saving a family from a burning home in 1990. He was awarded the MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Drivers) Officer of Year in 1994. He earned another Meritorious Service award for saving a family from a burning home in 1998. Chief Wright was also awarded the Chief’s Award of Merit in 2014.

Public Servant and Leader
Chief Wright has lived in Mad River Township of Clark County for 25 years where he and his wife have raised their three children. Chief Wright is excited to be a part of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. He is dedicated to serving the residence of Clark County as their Chief Deputy and subscribes to the philosophy of Community Oriented Policing.

Current Rank
Chief Wright serves as the second in command of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. You can reach Chief Wright at 937-521-2084. 

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