Dan Weis

Chief Deputy.

Chief Dan Weis has over 29 years of law enforcement experience, including two years with the United States Marshal’s Service and 27 years with the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office.

He has served in the Patrol Division as a deputy and Field Training Officer and as a detective in the Criminal Investigations Division. Chief Weis was promoted to and served as sergeant over the Property Crimes Unit, Internal Affairs Unit, and Human Resources. He was promoted to Lieutenant in the Patrol Division and the Research and Development Unit. He was promoted to Captain and was over the Support Services Division, Special Operations Division, West Side Patrol Division, and the Judicial Services Unit. Before becoming the Chief Deputy, He served as the Major over the Administrative Bureau.

Chief Weis has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Florida and a master’s degree in Public Administration from Troy University. Chief Weis graduated from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Academy in 2009. He is also a professor of criminology at Valencia College and Columbia College.

He is married to his lovely wife Kimberly and has two grown children and two stepchildren. He loves the diversity in the community and considers it an honor to serve the citizens of Osceola County.