Richland County Sheriff’s Workplace, Maj. Masi, Broadcasts Retirement Plans on Information
MANSFIELD – Richland County Sherriff’s Office Maj. Joe Masi announced his resignation from the department on Wednesday, effective June 2nd.
Masi, Sheriff Steve Sheldon’s deputy for eight years, served law enforcement for more than four decades.
“I enjoyed working with an excellent team of law enforcement officers, support staff and administrative staff,” Masi said in an email to the department staff.
“This team has achieved several major achievements and many important goals,” said Masi, who served as the county jail administrator from 2011-2013 when he became vice chairman.
“I’m leaving a team that shares an exceptional level of knowledge, experience and enthusiasm. The team will continue to do great things for the Richland County Sheriff’s Office,” said Masi.
“I have over 40 years of law enforcement experience and I believe this is the best time to retire,” he said.
“The sheriff’s office will continue to be a great place to work. I honestly love this place and it will always be in my heart,” said Masi. “I will always pray for law enforcement officers, law enforcement officers, and all of those who work in the Richland County Sheriff’s office.
“I am proud to have worked with all of you,” said Masi.
Masi’s relationship with the Richland County Sheriff’s Office began in 1980 when he was 18 years old. While in the sheriff’s department, he rose to the rank of captain in charge of the patrol office.
After nine years, he worked as an investigator for then-Richland County Attorney James J. Mayer until 1997.
He then worked as assistant to the director for the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections and returned to the sheriff’s department in March 2011 as captain of the correction department.
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