The purpose of S.A.V.E. is be to promote a greater understanding and awareness of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department role in the communities that it serves through education and progressive development.
The objective of S.A.V.E. is to educate and make a concerted effort to help in ways that are for the advance of the Sheriff’s Department and all the citizens in the district of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department as well as within their own community. To help promote the awareness of the county policing concept, to help in the event of a community emergency, and to get citizen involvement with in the county,
There will be no VIP in November or December 2017. The next VIP will be Jan 17, 2017 doors open at 6:30 pm VIP starts at 7:30 pm prompt. Registration will still be $25 cash only with a photo ID …Continue reading →
The Sheriff’s Citizens Academy (SCA) was initiated by Sheriff Glenn Boyer to allow the citizens of Jefferson County to gain some insight and create a better understanding between the citizens and the Sheriff’s Office. Each graduating class produces a growing number of citizens with first hand knowledge of the practices and procedures of the Sheriff’s Office. All Law Enforcement topics are addressed in the classes but they are not meant to train the citizens to become police officers.
The classes create an awareness of all the criminal activity that the department deals with. They also demonstrate to the citizen what it takes to keep them safe in their homes and businesses as well as on the highways.
Each class is a cross section of citizens from all over the county. Men and Women of all ages and all occupations, as well as retired persons.
The first class completed the course on November 17, 1998 and consisted of 22 citizens. The classes are kept small so that each individual can have the opportunity to interact with the officers and have more input into the program.
There have now been Thirty-two classes that have completed the course. Each class lasts twelve weeks, one night a week for three hours. In order to receive a certificate, students must attend at least ten of the twelve classes. In addition, to the thirty six hours of instruction, students are given the opportunity to ride along with a patrol officer for four hours. This enables them to observe first hand, what an officer deals with on the street.
Our next class begins March 21, 2017 through June 6, 2017. ENROLL NOW.
If you have questions about the Sheriff’s Citizens Academy or if you would like an application mailed to you please contact Tanya Bergner at (636)797-5028 or e-mail her at TBergner@jeffcomo.org.