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Release Date: June 06, 2013
The Knights of Columbus, Marquette Council # 588 formally recognized Sheriff's Corporal Daniel Storey as the Council's 2013 Officer of the Year.
Sheriff's Corporal Daniel Storey Named Officer of the Year
On Friday, May 10, 2013, The Knights of Columbus, Marquette Council # 588 formally recognized Sheriff's Corporal Daniel Storey. In an awards ceremony held at the Reverend Brown School in Sparta Township, Corporal Storey was named the Council's 2013 Officer of the Year and presented with the "Shield" Award.
Corporal Storey began his law enforcement career as a Class II Special Police Officer in Vernon Township in 1986. He remained in Vernon until 1990, whereupon he accepted a position as a Sheriff's Correction's Officer. In 1991, Corporal Storey joined the Sussex County Sheriff's Office Bureau of Law Enforcement as a Sheriff's Investigator, a position in which he continues to serve in.
A 23 year veteran of the Sussex County Sheriff's Office, Corporal Storey has been involved in the child safety seat program, Project Lifesaver, and the School walk-through program. He has been a certified D.A.R.E. instructor for over 20 years and has taught over 6, 000 Sussex County students throughout his career.
In addition to his law enforcement duties, Corporal Storey is very active in the Sussex County community. He serves on the Board of the community of his residence where he is involved in several scholarship committees. He is the current Chairperson of the Vernon Township Republican Committee and the District 19 Committeeman for the Sussex County Republican Committee. He is an active member of the Wanderer's Car Club.
Sheriff Strada congratulates Corporal Storey on his honor and wishes him continued success in his career. Said the Sheriff, "Although every member of the Sheriff's Office performs his or her duties in a professional manner, Corporal Storey is an example of the good work that one individual Officer can do. I'm happy to see him recognized for his outstanding accomplishments. He is a credit to this agency and Sussex County in general."