By: Terry Harris | Email: Click Here
Posted: December 22, 2019 | 3:15 p.m.
SUSSEX – Sheriff Ernest Giles announced this week that two new deputies graduated from Jail Academy and have been sworn in and have begun work as part of Local Corrections.
Clinton Robinson and Christopher Ford, who graduated from Crater Academy’s 96th Basic Jail Academy on December 12, are now working at Sussex County jail, Giles said. Robinson, in addition to his graduation certificate, was also presented with the Director’s Award at the ceremony – an honor reserved for a student “exemplary in every category, who shows leadership in his class.”
Deputies Otis Wyche and Jerry Murphy, Jr., Sheriff Ernest Giles, Sr., Deputy Christopher Ford, Deputy Clinton Robinson, Lieutenant Vincent Givens, Sergeant James Meredith, Head Dispatcher Crystle
Giles said that he was particularly proud that both men are Sussex County residents, as his continuing goal is to hire more local citizens to work in the department.”
“It’s a blessing to have both of them,” Giles added. “Each has vast experience after having spent several years with State Corrections, and I am so pleased that they are bringing that to our jurisdiction.”
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