Sheriff Farmer announces promotions at Sumter County Detention Center

Several promotions have been announced by Sumter County Sheriff Bill Farmer at the Sumter County Detention Center.

Captain Angelique “Page” Lochrie was named Major of the Sumter County Detention Center. Major Lochrie has been employed with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office since 1993, since that time she has worked her way up the ranks. Major Lochrie became dual certified in 1998 for both law enforcement and corrections and has worked all different aspects of the Detention Center to include: intake and release, transportation division, classification division, and shift supervisor as both a corporal and a sergeant.  Major Lochrie is a Certified Jail Manager and is currently serving a second term as a board member of the American Jail Association (AJA), a national organization that focuses exclusively on issues specific to the operations of local correctional facilities. Major Lochrie is a graduate from the National Jail Leadership Command Academy Class #2 and a graduate from Saint Leo University Command Officer Management Program in 2015. Additionally, she holds memberships in both the Public Safety Coordination Council of Sumter County and the local Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) steering committee. Major Lochrie graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Saint Leo University in 2007, and completed her Master of Science in Criminal Justice Degree in August, 2016 from Saint Leo University.

Lieutenant Edward “Zeke” Shaw was named Captain of Corrections Operations at the Sumter County Detention Center. Captain Shaw began his career with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office in 1994. During his career with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office Captain Shaw has held a plethora of positions including Correctional Officer, Correctional Sergeant, Patrol Deputy, Field Training Officer, Crime Scene Specialist, Criminal Investigations Detective, Special Investigations Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Field Training Sergeant, Patrol Lieutenant, Court Services Lieutenant and SWAT Commander. In 2016 he was promoted to Corrections Operations Captain. His job duties are to supervise all Detention Center Staff both Sworn and Civilian, supervise the classification unit, develop shift schedules, supervise the Sheriff’s Jail K-9 unit, oversee the jail vehicle fleet and be responsible for all of the detention center’s safety and security equipment.  Captain Shaw is a graduate of South Sumter High School and holds an Associate Degree and a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice Administration. He is also a graduate of the Saint Leo University Command Officer Management Program.

Lieutenant Juliane Day was named Captain of Corrections Administration.  Captain Day began her career with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office in December 1997. In 2000 she helped guide the Sumter County Detention Center towards its very first accreditation, making it the smallest jail in Florida to be accredited.  In 2003 Captain Day was promoted to Sergeant, shortly thereafter she finished her Master in Science Degree at University of Central Florida in Criminal Justice.  In 2009, she became the only correctional professional to be voted in as President of the Florida Police Accreditation Coalition serving 225 law enforcement agencies in the State of Florida as well as being the longest running President recently winning her re-election in February of 2016.  January 2016, she was promoted to Operations Lieutenant of the Sumter County Jail. Captain Day is currently working on her PhD at Walden University. She has finished all of her course work and is now beginning the dissertation phase of the process.

Lastly, Sergeant Dylan Galbreath was named Lieutenant of the Court Services Division. Lt. Galbreath began his career with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office in 2004. During his career with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Galbreath served on the SWAT team for the past 10 years, Patrol unit , he also worked in the Criminal Investigations Division and Special Investigations Squad, supervised and analyzed our F.T.O. (Field Training Officer) program.  Lt. Galbreath is a firearms instructor and instructs a class in The Villages for Community Watch on traffic control. Lt. Galbreath was the first law enforcement recipient of the President’s Award from Seniors vs Crime, which stemmed from a close working relationship on reviewing civil and criminal cases. Lt. Galbreath is a lifelong resident of Lake and Sumter Counties; he grew up on a dairy farm in Fruitland Park. He graduated from Lake Sumter State College in 1994 with his Associates Degree and obtained his Bachelors in Management from Warner Southern College in 2002.