Daryl Labarthe started his career at the Sheriff’s Office in July of 2008. He spent his first 7 years working in the Patrol Division while also working special assignments such as the Community Car Program.
In 2015, Daryl was promoted to the rank of Sergeant where he was assigned to Patrol and became the Sergeant of the Canine Unit. After two years on Patrol, Daryl was chosen to move into the Investigations Division where he spent the next 3 years supervising the Property Crimes unit as well as Technical Services.
In 2019, Daryl was transferred to the Case Management Unit where he worked as a liaison with the District Attorney’s Office until he was promoted to Lieutenant in August of 2020. At that time, Daryl was assigned as a District Commander back in the Patrol Division where he oversaw the Community Car Program, Mountain House Police Services, Case Management Unit, Court Liaison, Special Events, Contracts, Permits and Planning, School Resource Deputy Program, Canine Program, Juvenile Justice Center, Abatement Program, Stockton Airport, N.O.B.L.E./L.E.A.D.S. Program Liaison, and Body-Worn Cameras.
In October of 2022, Daryl was promoted to the rank of Captain and took command of the Investigations Division. As the Captain of Investigations, Daryl oversees all major investigations to include Property Crimes, Child Abuse and Sexual Assaults (CASA), and Robbery/Homicide.
Labarthe has a B.S. in Criminal Justice Administration and is a graduate of the California Peace Officers Standards & Training (P.O.S.T.) Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, and Supervisory Courses.