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KCSO GRADUATES COTA CLASS 145

Monday, 11 March 2019

Congratulations to COTA class 145! Friday evening these graduates received their certificates along with their badges to begin their careers at The Knox County Sheriff’s Office.

COTA Class 145 was the first class in the history of our agency to ever receive a “badge” at graduation. This is something that Sheriff Spangler is very proud to have started for our Corrections Officers.

We are honored to have them as part of our Family and look forward to each of them excelling in their careers.

 

 

Officers show respect for fallen Seargent

Tuesday, 05 March 2019

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office was honored to have some of our Officers as well as our Tango Traffic Unit participate in a final farewell to our Brother, Sergeant Steve Hinkle with the Sullivan County, TN Sheriff's Office.

Our Prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to Sgt. Hinkle’s Family, Friends & Colleagues.

Knoxville Police Department, TN Loudon County Sheriff's Office, TN Blount County Sheriff's Office

 

 

Smart Bank gives back to community

Thursday, 21 February 2019

Officers with The Knox County Sheriff’s Office Special Services Unit were the proud recipients of Smart Banks stuffed animal drive. 

These adorable stuffed animals will be utilized by our Special Services Unit as they visit area school children, our Patrol Units as well as our Family Crimes Unit as they answer calls where children could benefit from the comfort of a stuffed animal.

Sheriff Spangler as well as all of our Officers at KCSO appreciate your thoughtfulness and generosity.

#SmartBankGivesBack #KCSO #TeddyBears #StuffedAnimals #Givers

 

 

KCSO Partners with Childrens Hospital

Tuesday, 19 February 2019

KCSO’s Katy Davis and Sharon Taylor in partnership with East Tennessee Children's Hospital Safe Kids Coalition fitted and gave 150 bicycle helmets to area 3rd graders from East Knox County Elementary, New Hopewell Elementary, Gap Creek Elementary.

Instructors used a jello brain was to show the kids about the need for brain protection while riding their bikes.

A special Thank You to East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, The Teachers and Administration of the Schools that participated.

Sheriff Spangler wants to remind Parents/Guardians to always have Children wear a helmet when riding a bike!

 

 

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