Published on June 11th, 2014 | by Millennium Magazine Staff0
Reserve Deputy Lt. Frederick Evans wins National Award
Pictured from (l-r) Field Services Captain La’cra Jenkins, Sheriff Ravenell, Lt. Evans, and Reserve Deputy Captain Rodney Barr
(ORANGEBURG, SC) – Orangeburg County Sheriff Leroy Ravenell announces Reserve Deputy Lt. Frederick Evans has been awarded the National Sheriffs’ Association Certificate of Merit.
Ravenell explains “Evans joined the Sheriff’s Office Reserve Deputies in 2008. Since that time, he has documented approximately 5,500 hours of law enforcement duty ranging from direct patrol, Reserve Investigator – Investigative Division, Civil Service Division, Warrants Division, Community Service Division, Bond Court, Special Operations, Honor Guard, and special assignments/security details. Lt. Evans has made countless arrests that resulted in convictions while working assigned cases within the Investigative Division and Field Services.
Evans was recognized in 2009 as the Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Deputy of the Year. In March 2011, Evans was promoted to Lieutenant of the Reserve Deputy Sheriffs.
National Sheriffs’ Association Executive Director Aaron D. Kennard says “we feel that his valuable contributions to his community and to the field of criminal justice and law enforcement should be commended … Please extend to him our respect and admiration for all of his accomplishments.”
Evans serves as the dean of the School of Graduate Studies at South Carolina State University.