Jack named Knox County deputy of the year

Jan 18, 2013
Deputy Nathaniel Jack named deputy of the year.

Rockland — On Jan. 16, Deputy Nathaniel Jack was recognized as Knox County's 2012 Deputy of the Year for his extraordinary performance and significant contributions as a patrol deputy of the Knox County Sheriff's Office, according to a news release from Sheriff Donna Dennison.

Deputy Jack treats the public with respect, compassion, and professionalism. Deputy Jack is known throughout the law enforcement community as a trustworthy and reliable law enforcement officer whose dedication and loyalty to public service is a direct reflection of his own personal values.

Deputy Jack brings great credit upon himself and the Knox County Sheriff's Office and is model deputy for others to follow, Dennison said.

From left: Lt. Kirk Guerrette, Chief Deputy Tim Carroll, Deputy Nathaniel Jack and Knox County Sheriff Donna Dennison. (Courtesy of: Knox County Sheriff's Office)
Comments (1)
Posted by: Amanda Parten | Jan 18, 2013 15:00

Congratulations, Deputy Jack! It is always nice to see our law enforcement be recognized!!!


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