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About the Jailer

Campbell County Jailer James A. Daley

Accomplishments

January 31, 2013—Campbell County Judge/Executive Steve Pendery has appointed James A. Daley to the office of Campbell County Jailer, effective February 1, 2013. Jailer Daley will serve the remainder of the unexpired term ending December 31, 2014.

Greg L. Buckler resigned from the elected office of Jailer, effective February 1, 2013.

James A. Daley is a longtime resident of Campbell County with an extensive background in law enforcement and jail administration. He is currently Legal Advisor to the Campbell County Detention Center and has previously served as Chief Deputy and Interim Jailer. He also served as a Kentucky State Trooper and Director of the Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force. Mr. Daley was Campbell County Attorney 2009-2010.

In making this appointment, Judge Pendery states: “We are fortunate that someone who has participated in the management of the Campbell County Detention Center for over 15 years is willing to step into this role. Jim Daley is uniquely qualified to administer the Detention Center in safe and effective manner. The Detention Center is a highly complex operation with an annual operating budget of $8 million, employing nearly 100 staff members, and housing over 500 inmates at all times.”


 

Last Updated 2/8/2013