Field Operations Division

A group photo of the Field Division
The Field Operations Division provides 24-hour proactive patrol of Campbell County, as well as reactive response to calls for service. It is also responsible for traffic control and enforcement, preservation of crime scene evidence, and K-9 activities.

The Operations Division is divided into three shifts. The Field Operations Division is headed by a Field Captain. Each shift is headed by a Field Lieutenant. All shifts have access to specialized units. Each patrol shift is responsible for answering calls for service and enforcement.

The other Operations Division responsibilities include:
Traffic Enforcement

This function utilizes selective enforcement in those areas identified as problem traffic locations by the use of radar and by other methods.
An officer places someone under arrest

This function is responsible for answering calls for service and enforcement as requested as well as providing back-up assistance, building searches, tracking/locating persons, etc. This unit performs in accordance with General Order #510.
A police officer and the canine
Captain Darren Bolling 2016 edited

Field Operations Division Captain

Capt. Darren Bolling was hired as a Deputy Sheriff with the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office in April 1995.

In 1997, Bolling became a member of the Sheriff’s Office Special Response Team (SRT). He has served as an Entry Team Member, Team Leader, and now as the Team’s Commander.

In October 2000, Bolling was promoted to Sergeant. In January 2004, he was promoted to Lieutenant where he served as a Field Division supervisor. 
Bolling transferred to the Administrative Services Division in December 2014. He was the supervisor over the courts, courthouse, and transports.

On Jan. 1, 2016, Bolling was appointed as Captain and serves as the Commander of the Field Operations Division.

Bolling spent eight years serving in the U.S. Army prior to working at the Sheriff’s Office.