(From L to R) Clifton Gipson, Katina Laws, and Madre Collins
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Communications Director/Public Information Officer
OFFICE: 870-541-5351/CELL: 870-329-5638
NEW DETENTION DEPUTIES GRADUATE FROM BASIC TRAINING COURSE: Jefferson County, Arkansas - October 22, 2020 - Three individuals (Clifton Gipson, Katina Laws, and Madre Collins) graduated from the Jailer Basic Training Course conducted by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Training Division. The training consisted of 72 hours of instruction and practical exercises designed to equip and prepare them to perform their assigned duties. This training highlighted the importance to adhering to jail standards, proper handling of the stresses encountered as a detention officer, defensive tactics and proper use of force, proper procedures for safe guarding and protecting detainees, as well as being certified to administer Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) All three graduates are assigned to the Jack Jones Juvenile Detention Center.
"We would like to recognize the dedication and efforts displayed by our graduates during this course of training and wish them the best in their career with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office," said Training Division Captain John Bean.