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Gerald L. Darling

Chief of School Services

Shelby County Schools

HQ Phone:  (901) 416-5300

Direct Phone: (901) ***-****direct phone

Email: d***@***.org


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Shelby County Schools

160 S. Hollywood St.

Memphis, Tennessee,38112

United States

Company Description

Shelby County Schools provides limited services to support students with disabilities who do not attend public schools. If you would like to know more about this opportunity, please contact the Special Education Division at 321-2710, or send your request along...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Of Safety And Security

Memphis City Schools


NYFL Miami Scholars


Property Inventory Clerk

Property Inventories Ltd

Assistant Chief

Miami Police Department

Police Chief

Miami-Dade County Public Schools


The National Youth Football League


Citizens' Crime Watch

Board Member

Miami Bridge Youth and Family Services , Inc.

Board Member


Bachelor of Arts Degree

Political Science

Fort Valley State University

Master of Science Degree

Management and Public Administration

St. Thomas University

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Safety & Security

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Gerald L. Darling
Chief of Student Services

Mr. Hurley began his career as interim chief in the summer of 2008, when the previous Chief Gerald Darling took a new job in Memphis.


3. We need to bring back former Miami-Dade County Public Schools Police Chief Gerald Darling, who is now the chief for Shelby County schools in Tennessee.
When Darling was a Miami Police assistant chief, he helped dismantle Miami's inner-city drug gangs in the late '90s.

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Mr. Gerald L. Darling
School Safety, Security & Emergency Management - Memphis City School


Gerald L. Darling's Bio
Gerald L. Darling Chief of School Safety, Security and Emergency Management Memphis City Schools Chief Gerald L. Darling joined the Memphis City Schools Department of School Safety, Security and Emergency Management after 28 years of diverse law enforcement experience. Prior to his selection as Chief of Security for Memphis City Schools, Chief Darling served as Chief of Police for the Miami-Dade School District from July 2004 until August 2008. Under his leadership, the Miami-Dade School District was recognized and commended for addressing the disproportionate arrest rate of minority youth in the Miami-Dade School District. Chief Darling's effort in developing and implementing the Civil Citation Program in the Miami-Dade Schools was recognized as a best practice and national model by the White House in 2008. As Chief of Miami-Dade Schools, Chief Darling established the accountability based crime reduction model and established a county-wide gang task force. As Chief of Memphis City Schools Security Division, Chief Darling has been instrumental in a continued reduction in major incidents of crime with the Memphis City Schools. Under Chief Darling's Leadership, the Memphis City Schools has been recognized nationally by the Department of Justice for its innovative efforts in reducing crime and school incidents. Memphis City Schools Security Services Division was awarded the Exemplary Schools Safety Award as the best in the country in August 2011 by the School Safety Advocacy Council. Memphis City Schools was also selected as one of only six cities to participate in the Department of Justice National Forum on Youth Violence Crime Reduction Plan along with the City of Memphis. While serving as Assistant Chief of Police for the Miami Police Department, Chief Darling was instrumental in addressing the problem areas with the Miami Police Department and was credited with bringing stability to the police force through his strong leadership. He advanced through the ranks and served in numerous areas to include Administration, Field Operations and Investigation Divisions. Before retiring as Assistant Chief of the Criminal Investigation Division, Chief Darling's responsibility was overseeing all investigations and collaborating with all state and federal investigative agencies. Chief Darling is one of the few Police Chiefs who has attended and earned a certificate from the Harvard School of Educational Leadership. He earned a Master of Science Degree in Management and Public Administration from St. Thomas University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from Fort Valley State University. He holds memberships in various civic organizations, and is well-known and respected throughout the law enforcement community nationally and internationally. Chief Darling is also a graduate of the most prestigious law enforcement management schools in the country such as the Police Executive Research Forum, Boston University, Boston Massachusetts, and the Southern Police Institute University of Louisville in Louisville Kentucky. He has been identified nationally and internationally for his innovative approaches to law enforcement and law enforcement management. Chief Darling has been invited to speak and train throughout the Caribbean and the United Kingdom and was invited personally by the Minister of Defense of Trinidad and Tobago to assist and evaluate the implementation of the COMSTAT crime reduction process for the Trinidad and Tobago Police Department. Chief Darling's comprehensive approach to crime reduction has been published several times in The School Discipline Report and the Peace Builders Magazine. Gerald L. Darling's Bio Regions Programs & Initiatives

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