Larry Campbell

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Does racial diversity play an important role in law enforcement? Some local officials say it does. The two white and two black candidates in the Leon County Sheriff’s race have their own views about how law enforcement diversity is key to helping strengthen ties with the community.

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Former Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell is now one of five people recently inducted into the Florida’s first Law Enforcement Officers’ Hall of Fame.

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A North Florida Congresswoman honored the late Leon County Sheriff in Washington D.C. Tuesday.

During Tuesday’s U.S. House of Representatives meeting, Congresswoman Gwen Graham gave some highlights of Larry Campbell’s life.

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  Update 12/26/2014: Funeral services for Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell will take place at St. Peter’s Anglican Church on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at 1:00 pm. St. Peter’s Anglican Church is located at 4784 Thomasville Road in Tallahassee, Florida.


Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell has died. He was 72 years old.

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Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell’s lung cancer is back.  

The sheriff shared the news with members of his department Tuesday.

Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell Wins Re-Election

Nov 6, 2012

It's official: Larry Campbell wins another term as Leon County's Sheriff. After a heated race between Leon County Sheriff Larry Campbell and challenger Lisa Sprague, 69 percent of voters chose Campbell to stay in office. Sprague ran attack ads claiming Campbell covered up murders, but Campbell says Leon County voters weren’t fooled.

WFSU-FM’s pre-election series of “Political Perspectives” resumes with the contest for Leon County Sheriff. The program starts with incumbent Larry Campbell and concludes with challenger Lisa Sprague.