Published on September 19th, 2017 | by Millennium Magazine Staff0
Challenge Accepted: RCSD Female Deputies Participate in Popular Social Media Challenge
Pictured from left to right: Investigator Caraly Alvarez, Senior Deputy III Katelyn Jasak, Sergeant Brittany Jackamonis, Deputy Adelyn Perez, K9 Specialist Emily Lemmond, Investigator Aubree Taylor.
Female deputies of the Richland County Sheriff’s Department took to social media recently to participate in the popular “Hot Cops Challenge”. The challenge, showcased across the nation on social media, has shown a positive impact for law enforcement in building relationships with the community.
Sheriff Leon Lott states that the female deputies represent the Richland County Sheriff’s Department where it is our mission, as trusted public servants, to prevent crime and the fear of crime by providing excellence in law enforcement services, accountability, and connections with our communities. The Sheriff also states that these women represent the thousands of men and women in BLUE all across the world who proudly serve and protect their communities every day.
The Sheriff states that the challenge is a fun way to spread love to others serving in law enforcement as well as a fun way to connect with members of the community!