Sheriff Robert Bryan swore in four new reserve deputies this morning during a ceremony that took place in the training room at the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office. The Reserve Program has proven itself to be very instrumental in not only assisting our office when needed, but also puts in countless number of hours voluntarily by providing services for the citizens of Wilson County.
What you may not know is in order to be a reserve deputy; one must put in a total of 420 hours of training before they are authorized to work independently in a departmental vehicle. They must also volunteer a minimal of 16 hours per month to remain in the reserve officer program. The program has selflessly served in many capacities since its inception and continues to be a valuable asset to Wilson County.