Colonel Paul Halle's law enforcement career began in 1985 as a patrolman with the Treasure Island Police Department.  Joining the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office in 1990, Colonel Halle has worked a variety of assignments at the sheriff’s office including: Patrol, Street Crimes, Corporal in the Field Training, Burglary Detective, Tactical Apprehension and Control Units, Robbery, and the Child Protection Investigation Division. Previously serving as the Captain of the Special Operations Division, Paul Halle now serves as Commander of the Department of Detention and Corrections. The Department of Detention and Corrections is the largest department overseeing approximately 1,100 sheriff's office employees and an average daily population of 3,000 inmates.

Colonel Halle earned his Masters Degree in Critical Incident Management from Saint Leo University and his Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from the University of South Florida. Additionally he is a graduate of Saint Leo University’s Command Officers School, Leadership St. Pete Class of 2014 and is a veteran of the United States Army where he served active duty for five years.


Phone Number:727-464-7248
E-mail:   phalle@pcsonet.com 

 

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