JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- First Coast News has obtained records showing that Jacksonville Sheriff's Officer Daniel P. Johnson has had multiple complaints filed against him.
We first told you about Johnson on Tuesday, when JSO released an internal affairs report relating to a complaint filed against him by a woman he admitted to having a six-year extramarital affair with.
Johnson has been on the force since Nov. 1995, and, according to his concise officer history, he was assigned to the patrol department in the Community Affairs Division.
During the span of his career, Johnson had seven citizen complaints, two in-house complaints, five requests for formal counseling and a written reprimand filed against him. The allegations ranged from improper action and incompetency to the recent allegations of misuse of computer software and falsifying an official document.
For most of the allegations that were sustained Johnson was either ordered to go to formal counseling or received a written reprimand. However, for Johnson's latest allegations, leveled against him by his former mistress, the officer was suspended for 20 days. That suspension began on July 25.
First Coast News