Recent News, Events & Releases2014 JAIL OPERATIONS EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR JAIL OFFICER, CARRIE EDGE
2014 JAIL OPERATIONS
EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
JAIL OFFICER, CARRIE EDGE
J.O. Carrie Edge was honored by the Employee Recognition Committee as being an employee who exceeds what is expected or required to perform her job. Ofc. Edge is known as “one who leads by example and never backs down from any task.” She has helps numerous officers and deputies as well as other employees that she comes in contact with. Ofc. Edge is an employee who takes pride in her work and has been employed with the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office since September 16, 2013.
2014 FIELD OPERATIONS EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR DEPUTY BRUCE EDMONDSON
2014 FIELD OPERATIONS
EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR
DEPUTY BRUCE EDMONDSON
DEPUTY BRUCE EDMONDSON was honored by the Employee Recognition Committee as being a devoted employee who displays a positive attitude that goes beyond the normal limits of his daily duties to assist others. Deputy Edmondson is one who represents the sheriff’s office well! While performing his daily duties, Deputy Edmondson demonstrates an optimal attitude, displaying the enjoyment he has in his work. He is very active in various community service events of the sheriff’s office and volunteers his time with various youth initiative incentives and events such as the Sheriff Santa and Cops for Kids. Deputy Edmondson has been employed with the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office since January 24, 1994.
2014 JOE ADAMS, COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD, SGT. WILLIAM “GHEE” WILSON
2014 JOE ADAMS COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD
(Employee (s)) who exemplify positive efforts through volunteerism and humanitarianism).
This award is presented in memory of Sheriff Joe Adams (1953-1973) for contributions to our community as a whole.
Sergeant William “Ghee” Wilson
SGT. WILLIAM “Ghee” WILSON is currently employed as a Sergeant with the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office. Sgt. Wilson is very active in our community and with the Sheriff’s Youth Initiatives. Sgt. Wilson engaged in a major role in the joint operated Rome/Floyd Metro Drug Task Force and was instrumental in the role he played in substantial arrests for drugs and various phone scams. In addition, Sgt. Wilson has been very involved in the role he plays in the Fraternal Order of Police raising funds and acting as its President, the Sheriff Santa as well as Cops for Kids. Sgt. Wilson has a heart for others and it definitely shows. Sgt. Wilson has been employed with the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office since September 1, 2005.
2014 Floyd County Sheriff’s Office, TOP GUN Award
TOP GUN Award
Sergeant David Allen
Sgt. David Allen was awarded, “Top Gun” honors for the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office for achieving an exceptional score during firearms qualifications FY 2014.
2014 EMPLOYEE OF THE 4th QUARTER, JAIL OFFICER BEVERLY SMITH
Beverly Smith was named Employee of the Quarter ending December 31, 2014
Beverly is recognized by co-workers as being an “exceptional employee who goes beyond her duties each day.” She is a great addition to the Jail Operations Division. Ofc. Smith supervisors sees her as always striving to learn and very conscientious about her work. Beverly’s dependability and willingness to assist the general public, deputies, jail staff and supervisors is outstanding. Ofc. Smith is noted as one who takes initiative and has a great attitude. Beverly volunteers her time, working in various community service events to assist in the goals and objectives of the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office. Ofc. Smith has been employed with the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office since February 1, 2001.
Please congratulate Officer Beverly Smith on a job well done!