Kevin Doll has been the longest-serving public information officer in the Pasco Sheriff’s Office history. He was hired in 1998 by Sheriff Lee Cannon. Sheriff Nocco promoted him to community relations director in 2012.
He was the recipient of the Florida Law Enforcement Public Information Officers Association’s 2004 Internal Crisis Award for his media coordination after the ambush murder of a high-ranking Pasco Sheriff’s deputy in 2003. He is also the former director of FLEPIOA’s Region 4 (West Central Florida).
Doll is a former U.S. Marine Corps combat correspondent, and served during the first Gulf War. He was the recipient of numerous awards for his writing and photography during his military service, including the Marine Corps Print Journalist of the Year Award, and the runner-up in the Dept. of Defense Print Journalist of the Year Award.
Doll received both his bachelor’s and master’s degree in Mass Communication/Public Relations from the University of South Florida, Tampa.