Frederick County Sheriff's Office
School Resource Officers
The School Resource Officer and Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) programs allow deputies from the Frederick County Sheriff's Office to work in Frederick County Public Schools. The Frederick County Sheriff's Office has had a partnership with the Frederick County Public Schools to provide the D.A.R.E. program since 1986 and the school resource officer program since 1998.
Deputy Jerry A. Clark teaches the D.A.R.E. program in all 11 of Frederick Countyâ€™s elementary schools. Deputy Clark also provides the program to any of the private schools in Frederick County that would like to have the program in their curriculum. The program is taught to fifth grade students.
A School Resource Officer (SRO) is assigned to all High Schools and selected Middle Schools in Frederick County. The SROs provide several services within the public schools including crime investigation and prevention, community services, criminal justice education, and enhanced safety. The SROs interact with the faculty and students daily improving the communication between the community and the Frederick County Sheriff's Office.
|Deputy Thomas "Kevin" Popp||James Wood Middle School
|Deputy Marlisa S. Jenkins||Admiral Byrd Middle School
|Deputy Tonya M. Kittoe||Millbrook High School
|Deputy Chris M. Hockman||James Wood High School
|Deputy Dave Sampson||Sherando High School
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