Madison County Sheriff’s Department graduates class of reserves
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JACKSON, Tenn — The Madison County Sheriff’s Department graduated a class of new reserves Saturday morning. Twenty-seven new Madison County reserves took their oath at Campbell Street Church of Christ. According to the department, men and women donate their time for just one dollar a year helping protect our citizens of Madison county. Sheriff’s Department officials said they’ll be additional manpower for emergencies and special events, allowing deputies more time to patrol and protect. This class brings the total number of reserve officers to 64, and the Sheriff’s goal is to have one hundred.