-The Knox County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Unit graduates class 2019-2-
On February 20, 2020 The Knox County Sheriff’s Office graduated the second class for 2019. These graduates will now become an integral part of the The Knox County Sheriff’s Office.
KCSO’s Reserve Unit led by Captain Edlin, provides support to our Patrol Units, Corrections and Mental Health Transportation, Inmate security while off site at various medical facilities and they assist in the event of a natural disaster. The most amazing thing about these men and women who make up our Reserve Unit is that they are VOLUNTEERS!
“The Reserve Unit does a phenomenal job while saving the tax payers thousands of dollars annually. We could not do everything required of us without them”.~ Sheriff Tom Spangler
The keynote speaker for the ceremony was Commissioner at Large, Larsen Jay. Commissioner Jay experienced first hand what an important role our reserves have in KCSO during the horrible flood in February 2019. The commissioner worked alongside one of our Officers through the night and witnessed not only the hard work of our entire Patrol Unit but that of our Volunteer Reserve Unit.
Congratulations Graduates and thank you Commissioner Jay for your continued support of the Knox County Sheriff’s Office.