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Lt. Dave Hubbard
Eustis Police Department


Dave Hubbard began his career in Law Enforcement with the Eustis Police Department in 1989.  He has held assignments in Patrol and Investigations where he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant.  In 2005, Dave was promoted to Lieutenant and has held assignments as Criminal Investigations Commander and Administrative Services Commander.  He is currently responsible for Internal Affairs, Training, Communications and Records.  Dave earned his Bachelors degree in Criminology from St. Leo University and a Masters degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Central Florida.  Dave is a graduate of SLP Class 12 and completed his research project on Officer Retention in Small Police Departments.

  1st Vice President

 2nd Vice President
Chief Deputy Peyton Grinnell
Lake County Sheriff's Office

Peyton is a decorated combat Marine Corp veteran with distinguished service in the Republic of Panama during Operation Just Cause and the Middle East during Operations Desert Shield/Storm.

Chief Grinnell completed his basic law enforcement training at the Lake Technical Center in Eustis. He was hired at the Lake County Sheriff’s Office in 1994 and has worked various job assignments to include: Criminal Investigations, Uniform Patrol, Organized Crime and Intelligence, Training Director, Community Services and Public Information.

Chief Grinnell holds an Associate's degree in Criminal Justice, a Bachelor's in Organizational Management, is a graduate of the Administrative Officers Course (111th) at the Southern Police Institute, University of Louisville, 244th session of the FBI National Academy - Quantico, VA and the Chief Executive Seminar (43rd) at the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE).

His professional affiliations include: Life member Veterans Foreign Wars, Rotary, Lake County Conservative Founders Club, Leadership of Lake County 2008, Florida Criminal Justice Executive Leadership Institute (board member) and Institute of Public Safety Advisory Board.

Chief Grinnell is married to his wife of 21 years; Jennifer and has two children, Lauren 15 and Blake 10, who reside in Lady Lake.

Peyton attended Leesburg High School, earned an Associates degree in Criminal Justice and a Bachelors in Organizational Management; Southern Police Institute University of Louisville

3rd Vice President Bill Gladson
Assistant State Attorney


Bill Gladson is an Assistant State Attorney in the Fifth Judicial Circuit, and currently serves as the supervisor of the Marion County State Attorney's Office. Bill began his career as a prosecutor in 1998, and has tried cases ranging from misdemeanors to capital murders. Bill graduated from the Santa Fe Community College police academy in 1991, and is currently a reserve officer with the Eustis Police Department in Lake County, Florida. He is a graduate of SLP 14 and regularly conducts training for law enforcement agencies throughout the Fifth Judicial Circuit.



Immediate Past President
Major Sean Jowell
Pinellas County Sheriff's Office


Major Sean D. Jowell has been a member of the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office since 1989 and is currently the District Commander in the Patrol Operations Bureau.  Major Jowell is also the Supervisor for the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office Swat Team and has been a member of the Swat Team for 18 years.  He is a graduate of SLP 12 sponsored by the Florida Criminal Justice Executive Institute and of the Leadership Pinellas class of 2004.  He holds a Bachelors of Science from Franklin Pierce College and a MPA with Troy State University.

Sean maintains an active involvement with the communities of Pinellas County as the vice president of the Ride and Run with the Stars inc.; a non-for-profit organization that, during the holiday season, provide clothes, food, and toys for children that have been victims of violent crimes and/or economic strife.

Sean is married to Kimberly and has two boys.  He enjoys athletic competitions and spending time with his family watching his boys compete in club soccer games throughout the state.


Terry Everest

Terry retired as a Lt. from the University of South Florida police Department after 25 years.  During her time at USF she attended class six of the Senior Leadership program.

Terry then moved to Tallahassee to finish her DROP at FDLE administering the Senior Leadership program.  Terry has finished drop and back at FDLE administering the Senior Leadership Program once again.


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