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Carl Eugene Loney  
Administration
Title: Chief Deputy
Phone: 937-521-2050
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Biography
Chief Deputy Carl Eugene Loney joined the Clark County Sheriff’s Office June 30, 1972. Upon being initially sworn, he served alongside his twin brother John Loney; according to records they were believed to have been the youngest deputy sheriff’s appointed in the United States at the time. 

During his tenure as a sheriff’s deputy, Chief Loney served in the Uniform Patrol Division and Detective Bureau. Chief Loney served as the office’s administrative sergeant handling all court processes for seizures, OVI, and other related court actions. Chief Loney also served as the sergeant in charge of the Criminal Investigation Unit / Detective Bureau. In 1995, Chief Loney was promoted to the rank of lieutenant and assumed the duties of jail administrator. In November, 2001, he was promoted to the rank of captain, where he served as the operations commander until his retirement in March of 2002. 

Wittenburg University
After retiring from the Sheriff’s Office, Chief Loney accepted the position as chief of police at Wittenberg University.  While serving as Chief of Wittenberg Police, he was successful in reorganizing the department and received a national award of recognition as a result.
 
Awards & Achievements

Throughout his career, Chief Loney has received numerous awards and commendations recognizing his achievements. He has received Sheriff’s Commendations for Meritorious Service, Homicide Apprehension, Exceptional Meritorious Service, Valor, and the highest award that a Clark County Deputy can receive, the Sheriff’s Award. Chief Loney has also been the recipient of the “Sons of the American Revolution Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer of the Year”, and been honored as “Deputy of the Year”.

Public Servant & Leader
Chief Loney has always considered himself as a public servant and firmly believes in taking a proactive approach to policing and has dedicated his entire adult life to law enforcement. Chief Loney believes that one man makes a team, but that as an officer and administrator, one is only as good as the people with which he surrounds himself.

Current Rank
Chief Loney serves as the second in command of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. 

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