Join us on July 17 for the 2018 Daron Hall Birthday Scramble at Hermitage Golf Course!
If you would like to pay for a team or hole sponsor online, click here.
Questions? Click here to email our team.
I want to thank Nashville voters for their overwhelming support and for electing me to another term. Over the years, I have always felt the work we do is always on the ballot. That being said, I owe the men and women of the Davidson County Sheriff's Office - who are doing their job right now and will be tomorrow - a debt of gratitude. Thank you. I am truly honored and humbled to continue serving this community for another four years.
Early voting starts today, April 11. I hope that you will all get out and vote in this and every election and I ask for your continued support.
The Fraternal Order of Police has released it's endorsements for the upcoming election and they are as follows:
Trustee: Charlie Cardwell
Register of Deeds: Richard Exton
Juvenile Court Clerk: Sherry Jones
Criminal Court Judge, Division II: Angie Blackshear Dalton
General Sessions Judge, Division 10: Tillman Payne
General Sessions Judge, Division III: Ana Escobar
Criminal Court Clerk: Howard Gentry
County Clerk: Brenda Wynn
Circuit Court Clerk: Richard Rooker
Chancery Court, Part II: Anne C. Martin
Sheriff: Daron Hall
Congratulations to all of those who have received the FOP endorsement!
Join us at The Palace on April 10 from 5-8 p.m. as we kick off early voting! No RSVP is required and light hors d'oeuvres will be served.
Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 205, the labor organization representing employees of the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO), announced its endorsement of Daron Hall in his bid for re-election as county sheriff.Read more
Davidson County Sheriff Daron Hall announced today that he will seek re-election next year. Read the full release below:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NASHVILLE-DAVIDSON COUNTY SHERIFF DARON HALL SEEKS RE-ELECTION
Hall believes it’s a critical time for our criminal justice system and
is committed to serving Nashville, his lifelong home
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville-Davidson County Sheriff Daron Hall announced Friday he will seek re-election in May. Hall, a native Nashvillian currently serving his fourth term, plans to file the required documents soon after obtaining qualifying papers November 17. The primary is scheduled for May 1 with the general election Aug. 2.
Operating safe and secure jails has continued to be Hall’s priority while also working to ensure his agency is nationally recognized as a professional organization and one of the best managed in the country. Furthermore, he has committed time and resources to ensuring inmates are equipped to become productive citizens. His staff dedicates themselves to helping inmates break the cycle of addiction and teaching valuable lessons that assist in obtaining jobs once an inmate is released. Hall’s efforts have resulted in 32 percent fewer jail beds and millions less tax dollars spent.
“Criminal justice reforms, political changes, and major jail construction are all issues facing our city. It is essential we maintain a balance between the public’s safety and providing services to those who are often forgotten. One of my passions is decriminalizing the mentally ill. We are working towards improvements, but it’s important this work continues,” Hall said.
Hall spearheaded the development and design of a one-of-its-kind Behavioral Care Center (BCC) which will sit adjacent to the new 750-bed downtown detention center. The goal of the BCC is to decriminalize the most vulnerable citizens. In lieu of jail time for misdemeanor crimes, the individual will be diverted into a therapeutic community that focuses on treating mental illness. Both facilities are scheduled for completion in 2019.
“It is a critical time in the criminal justice system here in Nashville. Although much has been accomplished while I have served as sheriff, the next several years may prove to be the most important of all. I am excited about our future and ask the citizens of Nashville for the opportunity to continue my service,” Hall concluded.
Click here to read more from The Tennessean.
We would like to thank everyone who came out to be a part of the 2017 Daron Hall Birthday Scramble! We had a great tournament, and we owe it all to the participants and volunteers who made this event possible. Click here to see all of the pictures from the event.
THE TOURNAMENT IS NOW FULL
IF YOU HAVE ALREADY REGISTERED, YOU CAN STILL PAY ONLINE BY CLICKING HERE.
SEE YOU JULY 20!
Join us on July 20 for the 2017 Daron Hall Birthday Scramble!
Questions? Click here to contact Rick Gentry.
We would like to thank everyone who came out to enjoy some good food and great friends at the Daron Hall Fish Fry! We appreciate all of our volunteers who worked so hard to make this event a success!
Click here to see the full gallery of pictures on Flickr.