Sheriff’s Office swears in new jail sergeant


Delaware County corrections officer Stacie Beck-Taylor was promoted and sworn in as a jail sergeant Tuesday by Sheriff Russell Martin. In this leadership role, Beck-Taylor will help mentor new corrections officers, ensure for the safety of inmates, and oversee operations, officials said. Beck-Taylor has reportedly been at the Delaware County jail for five years.


Delaware County corrections officer Stacie Beck-Taylor was promoted and sworn in as a jail sergeant Tuesday by Sheriff Russell Martin. In this leadership role, Beck-Taylor will help mentor new corrections officers, ensure for the safety of inmates, and oversee operations, officials said. Beck-Taylor has reportedly been at the Delaware County jail for five years.

Delaware County corrections officer Stacie Beck-Taylor was promoted and sworn in as a jail sergeant Tuesday by Sheriff Russell Martin. In this leadership role, Beck-Taylor will help mentor new corrections officers, ensure for the safety of inmates, and oversee operations, officials said. Beck-Taylor has reportedly been at the Delaware County jail for five years.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/web1_IMG_5298.jpgDelaware County corrections officer Stacie Beck-Taylor was promoted and sworn in as a jail sergeant Tuesday by Sheriff Russell Martin. In this leadership role, Beck-Taylor will help mentor new corrections officers, ensure for the safety of inmates, and oversee operations, officials said. Beck-Taylor has reportedly been at the Delaware County jail for five years.
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