Major Anthony Drzewiecki
(Department of Detention)
Major Tony Drzewiecki is a life-long Tallahassee “native” and a 28-year member of the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. Tony is a graduate of Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida (Bachelor of Liberal Studies with a Specialization in Legal Studies) and Tallahassee Community College (Law Enforcement Applied Science Degree). Tony has worked many diverse assignments during his law enforcement career, starting at the Leon County Jail in 1992. In 1993 Tony began uniform patrol duties which have included Deputy, Field Training Officer, Patrol Sergeant, Patrol Watch Commander and Field Training Program Commander. Tony has been assigned to Special Operations Units as a deputy and as a supervisor (Traffic Motorcycle Unit, Traffic Homicide Investigations and Special Operations Planning). Tony’s Criminal Investigation Detective Bureau Assignments have included Violent Crimes Unit, Intelligence Unit, and Sergeant of the Financial Crimes Unit. Tony has also served as the agency Law Enforcement State Accreditation Manager, Training section commander, Sheriff’s spokesperson, Consolidated Dispatch and Emergency Management Sheriff’s Liaison and as a member of the LCSO Hostage Negation Team
Currently Major Drzewiecki is assigned to the Department of Detention as the Executive Director of Professional Standards, where he is dedicated to the critical mission of safeguarding the integrity of the Office of the Sheriff by providing administrative and operational leadership, and support services to the Chief(s) and Assistant Sheriff of Detention.
Major Drzewiecki is active in many organizations including United Way, the Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranch, American Heart Association, and Special Olympics.