Toni Roach began her career in law enforcement at the Pasco Sheriff’s Office in 2000 after graduating from USF with a degree in Criminology. After working patrol for two years, she moved on to Community Policing. While there she assisted with recovery efforts from Hurricane Charley and Hurricane Ivan. Toni moved on to School Resource Officer in 2006 teaching the DARE and GREAT programs to elementary and middle school students. In 2010 she transferred to the Training Section teaching New Member Orientation where she successfully proposed orientation be extended to six weeks to increase critical high liability and physical training. In 2011 Toni Roach was promoted to Sergeant and spent a year in Patrol before moving on again to School Resource as a supervisor and again to Training as a supervisor. In 2015, she was promoted to Lieutenant and went back to patrol until 2017 when she was moved to Operational Support Lieutenant for District I and District III. Toni Roach is now presently assigned to Future Operations. Toni Roach is married to Lieutenant Robert Roach and has two children.