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Darryl D. Perry is the County of Kauai's seventh Chief of Police. Hired on October 1, 2007, by the Kauai Police Commission, Chief Perry leads a department of approximately 217 officers and civilian staff. As a 40-year police veteran, he started his career as an officer with the Honolulu Police Department in January 1972, where he served as Commander of the Juvenile Services, Narcotics/Vice and the Criminal Investigations Division before retiring in 2002. Following his retirement, Chief Perry worked as Chief of Security for First Hawaiian Bank, Investigator with the State of Hawaii Attorney General's office and as an adjunct professor at Honolulu Community College in the Justice of Administration program.

Chief Perry holds an Associate Degree from Kauai Community College and Honolulu Community College. He earned his Bachelor's degree in Justice Administration from Hawaii Pacific University. In addition, Chief Perry holds a Master's degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix.

Born and raised in Lawai Chief Perry is a graduate of Kauai High School and a U.S. Navy veteran. His long time hobbies include chess, long distance bike racing and oil painting.