Captain Kris Jacumin

Captain Kris Jacumin

Detention Center


Captain Kris Jacumin began his career in law enforcement 20 years ago with the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, and has served in many capacities in that time.  He has served as a Reserve Deputy, a Deputy Sheriff in the Patrol Division, a School Resource Officer, and an investigator at the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.  Captain Jacumin currently serves as the night shift Captain of the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.  Captain Jacumin’s responsibilities include managing both night shift teams, the Hill-Finklea Detention Center investigative unit, training division, and S.O.R.T. (Special Operations Response Team) operations.  He is currently a member of the South Carolina Jail Administrator’s Association and American Jail Association.

Captain Jacumin possesses an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Trident Technical College.  He also has advanced certifications from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy, and currently holds certifications for NCIC and Specific Skills Instructor among others. 

Captain Jacumin is happily married and the father of two children.  During his off time, he enjoys spending time with his family and volunteering as a coach for youth recreation sports leagues.  He currently is volunteering as a soccer coach for the YMCA.  Captain Jacumin believes in the core values of honor, courage, and integrity.  Honor: being fair, firm, and consistent with everyone you encounter no matter the circumstances.  Courage: having the strength to face your fears and overcome them.  Integrity: doing the right thing when no one is present to witness it.  He believes these three core values will keep you true to yourself and help you through your journey both professionally and personally.