Captain Jason Maydak attended the University of Cincinnati where he obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. Captain Maydak began his career at the Jail in 1997. Jason demonstrated hard work as a correctional officer and in 1999 was promoted to Sergeant under Jailer John Schickel. Captain Maydak organized development of the Boone County Jails Special Response Team and has training in Less Lethal Munitions and Use of Force tactics. In 2004 he was promoted to Lieutenant by Jailer Edward Prindle. In 2005 Captain Maydak coordinated and planned a safe and secure movement plan from the previous facility to the new facility. His planning and coordinated efforts were instrumental in the movement of all inmates and the safety of the citizens of Boone County. Captain Maydak further demonstrated his skills by being instrumental in obtaining compliance with Immigration Detention Standards in order for the jail to become a holding facility for the Department of Homeland Security. Captain Maydak also negotiated an increase of the daily inmate per diem rate with the Department of Justice for the cost of housing federal inmates. Jason also exhibits outstanding supervisory skills and oversees the management of all Deputy Jailers and jail security operations, including the jails inmate work program. In 2015 he was promoted to Captain by Jailer Edward Prindle. Jason and his wife Michaelene, live in Boone County and have four children. Captain Maydak has been involved in coaching and is an avid supporter of youth sports in Boone County. Jason is a member of the Camp Ernst PTSO and Cooper High School Athletic Boosters.