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May 2018
12th Annual Jailbreak 5K Run/Walk Results

Congratulations to all of the medalists in the 2018 Jailbreak 5K and BIG THANKS to all of the sponsors, runners, and volunteers who make this race so great. See photos of all the medalists at our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jailbreak5K


February 2018
LCSF Award Winners for 2017

Sheriff’s Award: Brandon Jeffcoat
Sheriff’s Award: Rebecca “Becky” Dickson
Foundation Award: Jonathan “Bubba” Garris
Explorer of the Year: Matthew Braeckelaere
Volunteer of the Year: Tim Treaster
“Brian Mills” First Year Deputy Award: Tyler Halfhill
Civilian of the Year: Melissa Taylor
Reserve Deputy of the Year: James Moore
School Resource Officers of the Year: Robbie Oswald & Len Wilkerson
Community Service Award: Van Williams
Investigator of the Year: Jason Burbage
Outstanding First-Line Supervisor: Adam Spires
Correctional Officer of the Year: Stephanie Floyd
Deputy of the Year: Ben Treaster


November 2017
2017 Q4 eNewsletter
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May 2017
Winners of our May 2017 Jailbreak 5K


Male:
Francis Waithaka Kamir            14:22             4:38 pace

Female:
Zipporah Chebet                        17:05             5:30 pace



March 2017
Deputy of Year Awards Announced for 2016
Distinguished Deputy – Roy Hall, Jr. & K9 Bono
Distinguished Reserve Deputy – Eli Maoli
Outstanding First-Line Supervisor – Luis Rivera
Distinguished Correctional Officer – Clayton Anderson
Distinguished School Resource Officer – Dominique Blasingame
Distinguished Civilian – Charles Ray Chandler
Distinguished Community Service – Eric Kirkland
Distinguished First-Year Officer – Tyler Watford
Distinguished Volunteer – Linda Boyne
Distinguished Investigator – Nick Burt
Explorer of the Year – Vicky Pankow

January 2016 -4th Quarter eNewsletter
Download & View the LCSF 4th Quarter eNewsletter [PDF]

October 2015 -3rd Quarter eNewsletter
Download & View the LCSF 3rd Quarter eNewsletter [PDF]

August 2015 -2nd Quarter eNewsletter
Download & View the LCSF 2nd Quarter eNewsletter [PDF]


April 2015
Jay Koon becomes 39th Sheriff of Lexington County
Sheriff Jay Koon took the oath of office Friday to become the 39th sheriff of Lexington County. Koon was sworn in at the old Lexington County Courthouse.


 

EVENTS

6th Annual Jailbreak Escape
WHEN:
Saturday, August 18, 2018
WHERE: Lexington County Sheriff's Department
521 Gibson Rd. Lexington, SC

SIGN-IN & LATE REGISTRATION:
6:00 a.m. to 7:45 a.m.
Run Shotgun Start: 8:00 a.m.
FEES:
$60 per 2-person team/$35 per single entry (before 8/16/18)
$70 per 2-person team/$40 per single entry (8/16/18 to race day)
Download the Registration Form (.pdf)



Annual LCSF Shootout Clay Shoot


WHEN: Friday, October 26
WHERE: Palmetto State Armory Shooting Facility, Swansea

1201 Redmond Mill Rd., Swansea, SC 29160
REGISTRATION: 8:30 a.m.
SHOOT: 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
LUNCH: Starts at 11:30 a.m.

FEES:
Individual Shooter: $75
4‐person Team: $250
(Lunch and Beverages included)

DOWNLOAD: 2018_ShootOut_Form1.pdf

 

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