Sheriff’s Deputy Meyer graduates from training

Russell County Sheriffs Deputy Corey Meyer graduated from the Law Enforcement Training Academy yesterday.

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.


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