Russell County Sheriff’s Deputy Corey Meyer graduated from the Department of Criminal Justice Training Basic Training Class.
Meyer is one of 28 graduates from the class state-wide.
“I want to congratulate Deputy Corey Meyer for hanging in there and becoming a graduate of the Law Enforcement Basic Training Class 512,” Russell County Sheriff Derek Polston said. “Corey is the first deputy to be sent through the academy since I took over as Sheriff of Russell County. We are proud to have him as a part of our team.”
Meyer has served as a deputy with the department for a little more than a year. Before that, he worked as a court security deputy and has also served as an EMT in Russell County.