SHERIFF’S COMMISSION WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS

SHERIFF’S COMMISSION WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS

The Doña Ana County Special Deputies Sheriff’s Commission has welcomed three new members to its organization.
Manuel “Angel” Gallegos, Sim Middleton and J.D. Worst were sworn in by Sheriff Todd Garrison Monday night, Feb. 20.
As new members, all three will support the functions of the Doña Ana County Sheriff’s Office, provide citizen input to the Sheriff on a wide range of issues related to law enforcement, participate in programs such as community policing, training activities, public relations, legislative support, and any other matter deemed useful and necessary by the Sheriff.

Currently, members participate in improving the quality of life in Doña Ana County communities through programs like Neighborhood Watch and Ident-a-Child.
The Special Deputies Sheriff’s Commission is a volunteer organization. To be a member, you must be at least 21 years of age or older and a U.S. citizen. Qualified applicants must also pass a background check. Previous law enforcement experience is not required. Anyone interested in serving on the Special Deputy Sheriff Commission can contact Jeff Jansen at (575) 526-6216.