School Resource Officers

 

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer Division works in a cooperative effort with the Robertson County School System’s administrators, faculty, staff, students, and parents; Juvenile Court; community leaders; and other public services for a common goal of providing a safe and secure atmosphere that is contusive to learning. Through education and enforcement, the SRO Division strives to hold juveniles responsible for their actions and prevent individual acts from becoming a pattern of delinquency. The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office has Deputies assigned to Coopertown Middle School, Jo Byrns High School, Springfield Middle School, and Springfield High School.

The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer Division works in a cooperative effort with the Robertson County School System’s administrators, faculty, staff, students, and parents; Juvenile Court; community leaders; and other public services for a common goal of providing a safe and secure atmosphere that is contusive to learning. Through education and enforcement, the SRO Division strives to hold juveniles responsible for their actions and prevent individual acts from becoming a pattern of delinquency. The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office has Deputies assigned to Coopertown Middle School, Jo Byrns High School, Springfield Middle School, and Springfield High School.

Lieutenant Charlie Clark

School Resource Officer Division Commander

 

Lt. Clark began his career with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office in 2000.  During his career he has been assigned to the Divisions of Corrections, Patrol, School Resource Officers, and the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program. Lt. Clark also spent part of his career with the Springfield Police Department serving on Bike Patrol and the Narcotics Unit before returning to the Sheriff’s Office.  Throughout his career he has been involved with the Tennessee Gang Investigators Association, Tennessee School Resource Officers Association, Tennessee DARE Officers Association and National School Resource Officers Association and Neighborhood Watch.  His certifications include D.A.R.E., SRO, and Neighborhood Watch, as well as, basic and advanced Gang Investigation all of which he receives additional training for every year.  Lt. Clark is an instructor for Active Shooter training for the Sheriff’s Office and is currently the Commander over the School Resource Officer program and the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program for the County.  Lt. Clark holds a BS in Criminal Justice from Bethel University.

Sergeant Jeremy Head

School Resource Officer Division

Sgt. Head began his career with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office in 2003.  During his career he has been assigned to Corrections, Patrol, School Resource Officer program, and the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program.  Throughout his career he is involved with the Tennessee Gang Investigators Association, Tennessee School Resource Officers Association, Tennessee DARE Officers Association and National School Resource Officers Association.  His certifications include D.A.R.E., SRO, NRA School Shield and ALERRT instructor, Field Training Officer (FTO), and Leadership instructor, all of which he receives additional training for every year. Sgt. Head currently is the Sergeant over the School Resource Officer program as well as the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program for the County.

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Deputy Jim Miller
Coopertown Middle School
Deputy Shaun Mcghee
Jo Byrns High School
Deputy Wesley Compton
Krisle Elementary School
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Corporal Sheika Taylor
Springfield High School
Deputy Donnie Brake
Crestview Elementary School
Deputy James Stiles
White House Heritage
High School