Retired Patrol Vehicle Donated to Students

Oconee County Sheriff's Office vehicle rides again

Emily Gill
September 13, 2019 - 8:37 am

Oconee County Sheriffs Office


Release from the Oconee County Sheriff's Office.

Oconee County Administrator Amanda Brock along with Sheriff Michael Crenshaw handed over the keys and paperwork of a retired patrol vehicle to the Hamilton Career Center law enforcement class earlier today. The donation will benefit the students who are enrolled in law enforcement related courses. Many students take these classes each semester and are able to experience some of the interworking of law enforcement first hand. Students will be able to learn the safety features and usages for patrol vehicles using a unique “hands on” approach now that this vehicle is in the possession of the Hamilton Career Center.

“We are very excited for these young men and women to be able to advance themselves in the law enforcement field. We have hired students from this class in the past and look forward to continuing our partnership with Hamilton Career and Technology Center” said Sheriff Crenshaw.

This class can further confirm one’s desire to enter the law enforcement profession in addition to engaging one’s interest that may want to learn more about policing and how 911 works.

Oconee County Sheriffs Office

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