Detective Inspector Darryn Gunn joined the New South Wales Police Force in 1988 and has been a police officer for 35 years.
In 2001 he joined the State Crime Command and worked on a range of cases focusing on violent crime, drug trafficking and organised crime until 2021. Detective Inspector Gunn’s career highlights include supporting NSWPOL Strike Force Malaya, a joint investigation between the New South Wales Police Force and South Australia Police that resulted in the arrest and conviction of the offender for the murders of Khandalyce Pearce and her mother Karlie.
In 2017 Detective Inspector Gunn received the Rotary Excellence in Policing Award. His current role is HR & Professional Standards Manager in the Police Prosecutions & Licensing Command.