School Resource Deputies
We are so excited to announce that we have School Resource Deputies in all five schools! This has been a cooperative effort between the Stone County Sheriff's Office, Stone County Commission and the schools to make this happen! Prop P, passed in 2022, has contributed to the funding to implement deputies in the three remaining schools. We are so thankful to fulfill the goal to have School Resource Deputies in every school in Stone County!
MEET THE DEPUTIES
Blue Eye: Sergeant Jason Rantz began his journey at Blue Eye Schools in 2013. He currently assists in the Stone County D.A.R.E. program that we offer for our 5th grade students.
Crane: Corporal Bruce Nolan started with the Sheriff's Office in August 2018 as a Patrol Deputy, with 6 years of prior experience in law enforcement. Crane is one of our newly added schools to implement School Resource Deputies.
Galena: Corporal Dakota Romesburg started with the Sheriff's Office in December 2020 as a Patrol Deputy. He is a former Reeds Spring graduate and an Army veteran. Galena is also one of our newly added schools to implement School Resource Deputies.
Hurley: Corporal Brent Moody is a former 29-year teacher with the Hurley School system. He is also a former Marine Veteran. He has been a reserve Deputy with Stone County since January 2015 and became a full-time Deputy in May of 2023. Hurley is also one of our newly added schools to implement School Resource Deputies.
Reeds Spring: Three deputies are assigned to Reeds Spring School District to provide a safe environment for kids.
Captain Chris Hayes left Stone County Sheriff's Office as Patrol Captain to begin his journey as a School Resource Deputy in 2017.
Sergeant Shawn Fields has been a dedicated resource deputy with Reeds Spring School District since 2012. He also is involved with our county D.A.R.E. program.
Sergeant Randy Labrier also has longevity within his position. He has been a School Resource Deputy since 2007 and involved in our county D.A.R.E. program.