Reserve Chief Ken Shackleford and
Deputy Doug Crowe
A key component of our success as a Sheriff's Department is our very active Reserve Deputy Force.
Each Reserve Deputy must complete a training course certifying them as a Law Enforcement Officer meeting the requirements of the Mississippi Board of Standard and Training before they are put into service. Additionally every reserve deputy is offered the same availabilty to all training provided by the Sheriff's Office
The Reserve Deputy Program was first organized in Jan. of 2000 to supplement our regular paid deputy staff, to provide security at school functions such as sports activities and provide extra manpower at special events. Reserve deputies
also patrol and work in the county as any other deputy does.
The reserve deputies work with the Bay Springs Corp of Engineers to help provide a safe and family oriented area at Bay
Springs Beach during the summer.
This increased manpower gives a higher visiblity and law enforcement presence in our county.
Reserve Chief Ken Shackelford has headed this element of the Sheriff's Office since it's inception in Jan. 2000.
Active Reserve Deputies
P27- Doug Rakestraw
P31- Kenneth Shackleford
P32- Blake Burress
P33- Corie Robbins
P34- Rusty McCoy
P35- Justin Moreland
P36- Pam Stevens
P37- Doug Crow
P38- Dustin Underwood
P40- Blake Kelly
P41- Marsenio Nunn
P43- Bryant Cunningham
P44- Rusty Burroughs
P45- Jason Cincola
P46- Justin Underwood
P47- James Bradley
P48- Phillip Owens
P49- Keith Lovell
Chief Reserve Deputy Ken Shackleford