Sheriff Evangelidis Announces the Promotion of Lieutenant Bryan Doray of Auburn to the Rank of Captain

by | Dec 24, 2020

“The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce the promotion of Lieutenant Bryan Doray to the rank of Captain. Captain Doray will immediately begin serving in this important role and leadership position at our correctional facility. All promotions at the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office are based on merit, work ethic and a dedication to duty. Congratulations to Captain Doray as he represents the best in the field of corrections today and will work hard to make us a better department.” Said Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis.

Doray, a sixteen year veteran of the department, started his career with the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office in November of 2004, was promoted to Sergeant in June of 2013, Lieutenant in 2015 and most recently to Captain.

 


Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis presenting newly promoted Captain Bryan Doray of Auburn with insignia gold bars signifying his promotion to the rank of Captain [Submitted Photo]


 

Doray most recently served as Lieutenant of Inmate Special Management. He will now serve as Captain of the modular housing units. With the rank of Captain, he will also be responsible for commanding and supervising lieutenants, sergeants, correctional officers and staff under his charge as well as monitoring the care, custody and control of inmate activity ensuring the safety of both staff and inmates.

Captain Doray also serves in the WCSO Honor Guard, Special Operations Group and Military Peer Support Group.

The Worcester County Jail & House of Correction located in West Boylston is responsible for both pre-trial detainees and inmates sentenced to two and a half years or less. The correctional facility houses up to one thousand inmates and has a staff of over six hundred.