Director Crime Prevention & Community Engagement
Nicholas Kaller is the Director of Crime Prevention and Community Engagement.
Director Kaller is tasked with conducting and coordinating speaking engagements at public events, acting as the lead contact for community events and engagement, and supervising the crime prevention Corporals and the volunteer crime prevention units, which include the volunteer Jeep Search and Recovery Unit and the Mounted Posse. In addition, Director Kaller serves as the liaison to the Pasco Sheriff’s Charities, leading special events and other functions which help raise awareness of the Pasco Sheriff’s Office in the community.
Director Kaller began working for the Pasco Sheriff’s Office in May of 2017, working in the Customer Service Unit. Prior to coming to the Pasco Sheriff’s Office, Director Kaller worked for the New Port Richey Police Department for approximately 10 years. During his time at the New Port Richey Police Department, Director Kaller served in many roles, including K-9 Handler and Field Training Officer. Director Kaller received his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Polk State College, and is currently pursuing his Masters’ degree in Criminal Justice at Saint Leo University.
Director Kaller is married to his wife, Jackie, and they have two sons, Blake and Luke. The Kaller family enjoys travelling, fishing, and rooting on their Tampa Bay sports teams. They also enjoy attending church and various community/charity functions.