School Re­source Of­fi­cer Bart­ley earns DARE award

Cherokee County Herald - - NEWS -

On March 21, Sgt. Robin Snider the DARE co­or­di­na­tor for Alabama came to the DeKalb County Sher­iff’s Of­fice to present School Re­source/ DARE Of­fi­cer Lt. Anthony Bart­ley with the DARE of­fi­cer of the year award.

DeKalb County Sher­iff Jimmy Har­ris stated “Lt. Bart­ley started in 1992 at the DeKalb County Sher­iff’s Of­fice as a jailer he was then he was pro­moted to Chief Jail Ad­min­is­tra­tor in 1994. He has also worked as a Deputy, and then in 1995 he be­came a School Re­source/ DARE Of­fi­cer for the DeKalb County School Sys­tem and worked his way up to Lieu­tenant School Re­source/DARE Su­per­vi­sor. Lt. Bart­ley has put in a lot of hard work and long hours co­or­di­nat­ing the DARE pro­gram be­tween all of the other School Re­source Of­fi­cers, the DeKalb County School Sys­tem, and DeKalb County Sher­iff’s Of­fice. Lt. Bart­ley has done an out­stand­ing job and this award is well de­served.”

SCHOOL RE­SOURCE OF­FI­CER EARNS AWARD. DeKalb County Sher­iff Jimmy Har­ris (from left), Sgt. Robin Snider, Lt. Anthony Bart­ley and DeKalb County Chief Deputy Michael Ed­mon­son pose with Bart­ley’s award.

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