Sgt. Floyd Recognition, Oct. 4 CCSO release – On October 3, 2018 Sergeant Toby Floyd, a patrol sergeant with the Coos County Sheriff’s office, was recognized, in a meeting of the Chiefs and Sheriff’s of Coos and Curry Counties, for his 6 years of service to the Oregon Narcotics Enforcement Association (ONEA). Sergeant Floyd had served as the Vice President for Region 3 (the southwest portion of Oregon) for the ONEA since 2012. In 2018 he stepped down to focus on other parts of his life and career. Sergeant Floyd began his career with the Coos County Sheriff’s Office as a reserve deputy in 1991. He was hired in 1996 and has worked in Corrections, Patrol and Narcotics. In 2004 then Deputy Floyd was assigned to the South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team (SCINT) where he continued to serve as a narcotics detective and then supervisor of SCINT until 2012 when he returned to patrol as a sergeant. During his tenure in SCINT Sergeant Floyd was instrumental in managing and writing grants which allowed more personnel and flexibility within SCINT to better serve its area of responsibility in Coos, Curry and Western Douglas counties. In 2012 Sergeant Floyd was elected as the Vice President for Region 3 of the ONEA. As Vice President he assisted with statewide issues, training of narcotics officers and other police officers, as well as representing the Southwestern Oregon interests.