The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office recognizes Ryan Brown as Newest Canine Handler

Stephens County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Brown has successfully completing
 an intense 4-week training course to become the agency’s newest
Canine Handler. 

According to an announcement by Stephens County Sheriff Randy Shirley, “this achievement highlights Brown’s dedication, commitment, and passion for serving the citizens of our community.

Throughout the rigorous training program, Deputy Ryan Brown exhibited exceptional skills and unwavering determination. His ability to establish a strong bond with his canine partner, Reba, along with his quick
thinking and problem-solving abilities, were instrumental in his
 success. The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office is confident that Deputy Brown’s expertise will greatly enhance the capabilities of our K-9 unit.”

Shirley explained that, as a Canine Handler, Brown will play a crucial role in
 maintaining public safety, aiding in law enforcement operations, and providing valuable support to his fellow officers. His specialized 
training will enable him to effectively track suspects, detect
narcotics, and locate missing persons. 

Shirley commented, “By utilizing the unique skills of canine Reba, Deputy Brown will undoubtedly contribute to the continued success of the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office.”

Shirley expressed thanks to the dedicated trainers and staff who facilitated Deputy Brown’s training.