Chief Deputy Jeff Hoffman
Chief Deputy Hoffman started his law enforcement career with the Daytona Beach Police Department in 1991. He worked in nearly every area of the police department, to include patrol, public housing, street crimes, crime suppression, narcotics, internal affairs and SWAT. He retired in 2012 from the Daytona Beach Police Department at the rank of Captain where he was a patrol district commander, managing all uniformed patrol operations, including the K9 unit, marine unit and a crime suppression team. He assisted in strategic planning for numerous internationally known special events within the city to include the Daytona 500, Bike Week and spring break. In 2012 he accepted the Chiefs position with the Bunnell Police Department and in late 2013 was appointed to the position of Senior Commander with the Sheriff's Office. He was promoted to the position of Chief Deputy in April 2015. He is also currently an adjunct instructor at Daytona State College.
Chief Deputy Hoffman grew up in the Orlando area. He graduated from Oviedo High school. He is a graduate of Warner University with a degree in Organizational Management.