The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office is debuting five new school pride themed patrol vehicle, driven by the school resource officer assigned to Cherokee County High School, Cedar Bluff School, Sand Rock School, Spring Garden School and Gaylesville School.
These vehicles are expected to be a positive way for students at the schools to connect with their assigned school resource officers, and also to be a symbol of the Sheriff’s Office commitment to education and safe schools in our community.Deputy Kasey West may have the most unique of the five vehicles. Deputy West, who is assigned as SRO at Cherokee County High School, will be driving a Dodge Charger which was acquired at no cost to taxpayers.
Chief Deputy Josh Summerford –
The seizure was pursued in court by Assistant District Attorney Summer McWhorter.
School resource officers work with school administrators to address safety and security needs in our schools, address any crimes that may occur at the schools, and also to build rapport with students. School resource officers often provide positive law enforcement interactions for students, helping to build trust and to be a resource for students in need.
Sgt. Jordan Kelly –
As Sgt. stated, this year there will be five full-time School Resource Officers in Cherokee County – Cherokee County Sheriff Jeff Shaver –
Sgt, Jordan Kelly, who will oversee the SRO’s will be serve at Cedar Bluff School, Deputy Kasey West will be at Cherokee County High School, Deputy Brandon Harris at Sand Rock School, Deputy John Sentell at Gaylesville School and Deputy Jamie Parris at Spring Garden School.