|Jail Captain Larry Dyer|
Larry Dyer was promoted to the position of Jail Captain in April 2011. Larry started his law enforcement career as a Patrol Officer on the Hoisington Kansas Police Department in 1988. In June 1989, he graduated from the 109th full time officer’s basic training academy at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Academy. Larry came to work with the Reno County Sheriff’s Office in February of 1991 and since that time has held the positions of Jail Deputy, Patrol Deputy, Jail Sergeant and Patrol Sergeant. In April of 2011, Larry was promoted to the rank of Captain assigned to the jail division.
Larry has held the positions of Field Training Sergeant and was in command of the agency’s crash investigations unit. He is currently responsible for the daily operations of the agency’s two jail facilities, which have a combined inmate capacity of 167 inmates.
Larry oversees a staff of 5 jail Sergeants, 30 jail deputies and 3 civilian employees.The jail division has 4 crews that work 12-hour shifts and are responsible for the day-to-day supervision of the inmates in our custody. The jail division is also responsible for transporting inmates to and from courts, medical and mental health appointments and outside facilities. These tasks are performed by the jails S.T.A.T. unit, which is comprised of a sergeant and 5 state certified deputies.