Captain Daniel Marquith grew up in South Florida and completed his Law Enforcement Recruit Training at Florida Keys Community College. He began his law enforcement career with the Hendry County Sheriff’s Office as a civilian in 2000. In 2002, he was sworn in as a deputy sheriff with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. In 2004, Captain Marquith relocated to Osceola County and joined the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office. He has served in Patrol, Criminal Investigations, Traffic Enforcement, and Training. He was promoted to Sergeant in 2010 serving in Patrol, Field Training, and Traffic Enforcement. Captain Marquith was promoted to Lieutenant and assigned to Patrol in 2017. In 2018 he was promoted to Captain by Sheriff Russell Gibson and was assigned to oversee the East Region Patrol Division. In 2019, Captain Marquith was transferred and currently oversees the Special Operations Division. He is also the Team Commander for the Sheriff’s Emergency Response Team. Captain Marquith is certified as an expert in the field of impaired driving by the International Association of Chiefs of Police and has traveled extensively as a speaker and instructor in the areas of Impaired Driving, Traffic Incident Management, and Field Force Operations. Captain Marquith is a member of the National Sheriff’s Association and currently sits on the National Sheriff’s Traffic Safety Committee. Additionally, Captain Marquith sits on the Central Florida MADD Board of Directors and serves as co-chairman for the Florida Public Safety Association.