The Leadership of The MOCODSA Is Here To Help Our Members And Our Community
Dan Mitchell, President
David Ramon, Vice President
Deputy David Ramon has been with the MCSO since 1998. He is currently assigned to The Rehab Facility in Salinas. Throughout the past 14 years, David has worked numerous assignments to include: the Jail, Court Services/Bailiff and served as an F.T.O. for 11 years. He is new to the DSA Board and serves as First Director. While on the DSA Board, Ramon has become a member of the DSA Political Action Committee.
Kim Smith, Treasurer
Nate Dimaggio, Secretary
Kevin Oakley, Director
Commander Kevin Oakley has been with the MCSO since 1989. He is currently assigned to the Special Operations Division where he manages the SWAT Team, Hostage Negotiation Team, Bomb Squad, Dignitary Protection, Reserves, Special Enforcement Detail, Code Enforcement, the Commercial Auto Theft Detail, special events at the Mazda International Raceway, Pebble Beach and major weekends at Lake San Antonio. He is also the Deputy Operations Chief at the Monterey County Office of Emergency Services and the Platoon Commander for the Monterey County Mobile Field Force, which responded to the Oakland riots in 2011. Throughout the past 22 years, he has worked numerous assignments. As a deputy he has been assigned to the joint gang task force, Violent Crimes Unit, Serious Offender Apprehension Unit, Special Enforcement Detail, homicide detective and computer crimes detective. He has been an instructor at California DOJ's Annual Organized Crime and Criminal Intelligence Conference. He has been recognized as an expert in gangs and computer forensics. As a sergeant, he was the FTO Sergeant and homicide detective sergeant. He has been assigned to both the Coastal and South County Stations as the station commander. He was one of three Unified Commanders during two Basin Complex fires. He was also the Public Safety Director that managed all public safety and security during the 2010 US Open in Pebble Beach. He has been on the DSA Board for the past 2 years as the C-Unit Director. Oakley's goal has been to try and bridge the gap between deputies and command staff, as well as to ensure fair and consistent labor practices for all personnel.
Julie Marin, Director
Julie has been with the Monterey County District Attorney’s Office as a DA Investigator for a little over five years. She has worked Consumer and Environmental Crimes and had most recently been assigned to the Prison Prosecution Unit, where she investigates in-custody death cases, homicide cases, serious assault cases and handles trial preparation for the attorneys that she works with. Julie co-laterally investigates officer-involved shooting (OIS) and in-custody death cases. Prior to coming to the DA’s Office, Julie was a police officer with the San Jose Police Department for nearly thirty years, serving as a patrol officer and as a detective. Her assignments include the sexual assault unit, the Habitual Offender Tracking Team (the predecessor to the SAFE Team), later the 290 Team, the gang unit, the narcotics unit, the burglary unit, and the crime scene unit. Additionally, Julie was assigned to a number of special assignments investigating organized crime, child pornography rings, and public corruption cases working out of the Office of the Chief of Police. This is Julie’s first term as the District Attorney Investigator’s (DAI) representative to the DSA. Like her predecessor, Julie has an open door policy and encourages anyone in need to call or meet with her, to discuss issues of interest to the members of the DSA.
Jerry Teeter, Director
Commander Jerry Teeter joined the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office in June of 1984. He is currently assigned as the commander of the Investigations Division where he manages three Detective Sergeants who supervise the Robbery/Homicide Unit, Sexual Assault Unit, Property Crimes Unit, AG Crimes Unit and Coroner’s Unit.
Commander Teeter began his career as a Reserve Deputy with the Fresno County Sheriff’s Department after graduating from California State University-Fresno. He attended the Police Academy at Gavilan Community College in Gilroy Ca. graduating in December of 1984.
He has worked extensively as both a patrol deputy and sergeant in the King City Station and the Salinas Station. He was a field training officer for five years and the field training sergeant for one. He was also a SWAT Team member and sergeant for ten years. As a commander he was also assigned to the Special Operations Division where he managed the SWAT Team, Bomb Squad, Hostage Negotiations Team, Auto-Theft Detail, Vehicle Abatement and Special Events.
Commander Teeter has been a member of the DSA for almost 30 years. He is currently serving as the Unit C Director and has served in that position for a year. His goal as a member of the DSA Board of Directors is to increase participation in the association by members, to ensure fair treatment of all association members and to contribute to respectful dialogue between management and labor.