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    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/2546/slideshows/homeMedium/15780955_1200022733400289_8744334540095002486_n.jpg Swearing In Deputies being sworn in by Presiding Judge Gael Wood under Sheriff Steve Pelton on December 29, 2016
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/2546/slideshows/homeMedium/61290966_2207965832605969_7325429566460133376_o.jpg Memorial Day Parade The Franklin County Sheriffs Office is honored to be a part of the American Legion’s Memorial Day parade. We remember all who served and celebrate the freedoms they selflessly fought and made the ultimate sacrifice for.
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/2546/slideshows/homeMedium/DSC_0001.jpg The 2019 Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Citizens Academy The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Academy is a 12-week program designed to give participants an inside look at law enforcement. During the academy, students will meet weekly to cover a variety of topics providing awareness of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office functions, community involvement, and law enforcement education. /citizens-law-enforcement-academy _self
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/2546/slideshows/homeMedium/MURW5951.JPEG Rollo On September 9th, 2018, Deputies Dunn and Davis traveled to Sector K-9 in Midlothian, Texas to begin a two-week training with their new partners. When class began they met their new dual-purpose dogs. Deputy Davis was paired with Rollo, an 18-month-old Belgian Malinois. Both deputies were prior dog handlers with other agencies. Over the course of their two-week training, they worked on drug detection, criminal apprehension, article searches, tracking, and trailing. These dogs will be huge assets to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office with combating illegal drugs.
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/2546/slideshows/homeMedium/58374627_2158378807564672_3603211724343214080_o.jpg Detective Beverly A Gilliam received the James "JP" Lashley award for Drug and Alcohol awareness for 2018. Detective Beverly A Gilliam received the James "JP" Lashley award for Drug and Alcohol awareness for 2018. Detective Gilliam has been a Narcotic Detective assigned to the Drug Task Force since February 2008. During her tenure, she has been involved in every aspect of the narcotic investigations. She has worked in an undercover capacity, as well as conducting long term, complex overt investigations involving multiple jurisdictions and law enforcement entities. In 2008, Detective Gillam worked tirelessly with the Franklin County Drug Court helping drug-addicted offenders rejoin society as healthy and productive citizens. Detective Gilliam also works closely with Franklin County CRUSH, a voluntary group of citizens working to bring anti-drug awareness messages to high-school students in Franklin County. She has conducted multiple drug awareness programs for schools, churches, civic, and law enforcement officers. She has worked very hard to ensure the drug endangered children she comes in contact with are given the opportunity to succeed in life. Detective Gilliam is an asset to the Franklin County Sheriff's Office and the citizens of Franklin County.
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/2546/slideshows/homeMedium/69749874_2388549541214263_1219121454742765568_n.jpg Thank you for your Support! We are so grateful to the citizens of Franklin County for their support. This family stopped by to say "Hi!' and brought our deputies some homemade treats.
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/2546/slideshows/homeMedium/IMG_8236.JPG What a great way to spend the day! Our deputies love to be able to get out and see our citizens. The Washington Town and Country Fair allows us to teach the community about some of our special operations, like SWAT.
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/2546/slideshows/homeMedium/HATDE1370.JPG Thank you for your Support! We are so grateful to the citizens of Franklin County for their support.
    https://d2y1pz2y630308.cloudfront.net/2546/slideshows/homeMedium/DWPC6026.JPG K9 Dino On September 9th, 2018, Deputies Dunn and Davis traveled to Sector K-9 in Midlothian, Texas to begin a two-week training with their new partners. When class began they met their new dual-purpose dogs. Deputy Dunn was paired with Dino, a 14-month-old German Shepherd/Belgian Malinois mix. Over the course of their two-week training, they worked on drug detection, criminal apprehension, article searches, tracking, and trailing. These dogs will be huge assets to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office with combating illegal drugs.