Captain Kelly Fair currently oversees the Support Services Division which encompasses the Professional Standards Unit, Quartermaster, Radio Services, Training, and Technical Services.
Captain Fair began her career at the Denton County Sheriff's Office as an Intern, where she shadowed Forensics and Patrol. In April 2006, she was hired full-time as a Detention Officer, and later that same Year, she was hired in Patrol, where she worked various shifts as a Deputy Sheriff. In 2009, she promoted to Patrol Corporal. In mid-2011, she moved into the Administrative Patrol Corporal position where she assisted patrol shifts with supervisory duties, managed the Patrol Field Training Program, testified in grand jury hearings, and continued as the liaison to the water district and contract deputy positions. In August 2013, she promoted to Sergeant of the Criminal Investigations Division assigned to Forensics, and in 2016 promoted to Criminal Investigations Lieutenant. In March 2017, she was appointed to Support Services Captain. Captain Fair currently holds an Intermediate Jailers license and a Master Peace Officer license.
Captain Fair earned her Associate of Science degree in Law Enforcement Studies from North Central Texas College, a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Texas Woman's University, and in 2012 earned a Master of Business Administration degree also from Texas Woman's University. In 2014, Captain Fair earned a Forensic Science Academy certificate from the University of North Texas. Captain Fair was awarded Officer of the Year in 2012 and 2017. She has also received the Academic Recognition award from Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.