Lieutenant of Patrol Division
The patrol division of the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office is under the supervision of Lt. Bo Jolly and Lt. Nick Vaughn
|Lt. Bo Jolly||Lt. Nick Vaughn|
Lt. Jolly and Lt. Vaughn are assisted with supervision duties by Sgt.Thomas Key, Sgt. Brent Snead, Cpl. Tony Pettitt, Cpl. Michael Farrell, Cpl. Daniel Holcomb, and Cpl. Jonah Smith.
Deputy Patrol Division
Deputies patrol approximately 1,000 miles of county roads to deter crime in the county of 30,000 year-round residents. Patrol deputies are responsible for answering and handling complaints, taking incident/offense reports, making arrests, transporting inmates, and serving warrants and juvenile pick-up orders. They also provide assistance to local law enforcement agencies and surrounding areas.
|Sgt. Thomas Key||Sgt. Brent Snead||Cpl. Tony Pettitt|
|Cpl. Michael Farrell||Cpl. Daniel Holcomb||Cpl. Jonah Smith|
|Deputy Phillip Stone||Deputy Rex Leath||Deputy Seth Rochester|
|Deputy Brian Gilliland||Deputy Dakota Deberry||Deputy Zack Ellison|
|Deputy Seth Bishop|
Sheriff's Office Mascot
Early January 2023, Mandrake was sworn into Cherokee County Sheriff's Office.
Deputy Mandrake is dedicated to the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office mission and remains consistent in teaching the value of "The Choice is Yours!" to children in our community.
Be on the lookout for Deputy Mandrake in the community!
Reserve Deputy Program
The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office Reserve Deputy Program was established to assist the Sheriff's Office by providing additional man power when needed.
Reserve Deputy Sheriff's are members of the community who volunteer their time and services to help the Sheriff's Office when needed. Reserve Deputies are trained in firearms safety, other officer skills and they participate in other useful training programs.
Reserve Deputies assist in many different areas such as:
- Prisoner transport
- Patrol duties with full time Deputies
- Courtroom Security
- Special events and functions