Master Sergeant Daniel Bacon Has Retired After 30+ Years Of Service

WALDORF, Md. - On May 7, 2021, the CCSO family said farewell to a great guy who has been serving in law enforcement for more than 30 years. M/Sgt. Daniel Bacon #215 started his police career with the Town of University Park Police Department on September 27, 1989, and worked as a police officer there for almost three years. He was hired by the Charles County Sheriff’s Office on August 24, 1992, and he retires today after 28 years and 9 months with the agency.

During his career with CCSO, M/Sgt. Bacon worked in the Patrol Division, K-9, Warrants, Child Support Enforcement, and COPS. M/Sgt. Bacon says the most rewarding part of his career was working in K-9. He said, “Specially trained dogs have been an asset to police work for decades and I entered law enforcement with that goal in mind. I was extremely lucky to have a great partner, Tarzan, who made my job easy.” 

In addition to his regular job duties, M/Sgt. Bacon served as a Firearms Instructor, Honor Guard Coordinator, the Vice President of FOP #24, and a volunteer in the “Just Say No Seminar” and the Special Olympics. He was instrumental in making many improvements to the Marine Unit. Throughout his career, he received many commendations for his police work and putting the needs of the agency first. He is known for being dependable, loyal, respected, community oriented, decisive, and as "a Sergeant who leads from the front."

In his retirement, M/Sgt. Bacon plans to continue playing music with his bandmates from the CCSO. He is also looking forward to having more time to fish and travel with his family.

M/Sgt. Bacon: your ability to connect with citizens and your tenacity to get things done provided a powerful example for all officers to emulate.  Congratulations on your retirement after 30+ years in law enforcement!  We will miss you Danny!

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