Board of Directors

The DSA Board is made up of nine directors each serving a three year term. Each year, three seats come up for election. Officers are chosen for a two year term by the board of directors.

Gary serves at the full release president of the association. Prior to being elected president, he worked at the Weapons Training Unit. During his 20-plus year career with the department, Gary served in detentions, patrol, in-service training, and the academy.
Dustin currently serves as a sergeant at the Vista Station, having spent his almost 25 years on the department in both detentions and law enforcement bureaus. He is currently in his second term as a DSA Director.
Michele is a corporal at El Cajon Courts. She has been a county employee for 29 years, 23 of those a deputy. She has served in all three bureaus.
Raymond is currently a Lieutenant at East Mesa Reentry Facility, having worked a variety of assignments, including East Mesa (Detention and Reentry) Facilities, George Bailey, SDCJ, Las Colinas Women’s, and Ridgehaven (Standards and Compliance). He has been involved in the DSA for his entire 20-plus year career with the department.
As a 25-year member of the department, Keith Crowl is currently assigned to San Diego Central Jail. He previously served at Las Colinas, Descanso, Southbay, East Mesa, and George Bailey, meaning he has worked in every detentions facility in the county with the exception of Vista.
Brett Fuller serves as a corporal at San Diego Central Jail where he has been assigned since 2010. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in History from California State University Long Beach.
Daniel is currently assigned to the Training Division as an In-Service Deputy. Previously he served on the Special Enforcement Detail. He holds a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice Management.
David currently works in recruiting for the sheriff's department. He previously served as a school resource officer and was part of the crisis negotiations team.
Shane is a Motor Deputy at Poway Station. Over his 20 year career with the department, he has worked in all three bureaus (Detentions, Court Services, and Law Enforcement) in a variety of assignments.

Dinner Dance

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Join us at the annual DSA Member Dinner Dance on March 3 in Downtown San Diego.

Dec ‘17

It’s hard to believe that we’ve already reached the end of the year and the holidays are in full swing. With the kids out of school and family arriving for holiday visits, this is a perfect time to reconnect with some old friends to share a few stories and lies. Don’t forget about our partners who will be working through the holidays and will not be with their families. Some of us remember many years of holidays full of B shifts and night shifts that came and went with the holidays. However you celebrate these holidays, we wish you safe travels, some relaxation, and good times.

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