David Reilly has over 30 years of experience in corrections and has served in many positions at the Norfolk Sheriff’s Office since June of 1984. He began his career as a Correction Officer and worked his way up through the ranks as a Sergeant, Lieutenant and Assistant Deputy Superintendent before assuming his current role. He also served as the NSO’s Environmental Safety Officer and has received certifications in Serve Safe, Fire Safety and HazMat.
In his role as Assistant Superintendent, Reilly supervises all uniformed security personnel including SRT, Support Services Departments including the kitchen, maintenance and receiving, the fleet services division, and the Environmental Health and Safety efforts of the NSO.
Assistant Superintendent Reilly oversees the daily operation of the facility and serves as a liaison to other Sheriff’s office, the District Attorney’s office, state and local law enforcement agencies and the courts.
Reilly received the FBI Leeda Trilogy Award for completing the Supervisor’s Leadership, Command Leadership, and Executive Leadership trainings. He has also received the designation as a Certified Jail Technician and Certified Jail Officer from the National Sheriff’s Association. Reilly has also taken several courses offered by the Labor Guild, American Correctional Association and American Jail Association in areas such as Facility Management, Labor Relations, Security Threat Groups, Combined Tactical Systems and the Less Lethal Force. He is certified in a number of levels of Incident Command and attended a number of Massachusetts Sheriff’s Association classes as well.