FDSA Board Spotlight: VCSO Chief Deputy John Creamer
Volusia County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy John Creamer comes from a long lineage of first responders and public servants. His father was a 30-year firefighter for the City of Tallahassee and his mother worked for Florida State University for more than 30 years. His grandfather worked as a firefighter and police officer during World War II and his uncle served as deputy chief for the Tallahassee Police Department.
One could say that Chief Creamer was destined for a life of public service and helping Florida’s citizens.
Lend A Hand Reaches Milestone of Service to Families in Need
The last few months have been rough on our state. In addition to the usual issues deputies are faced with on a daily basis, law-enforcement from all agencies have been dealing with the panic, fear, destruction and recovery associated with multiple major storms hitting Florida.
FDSA Donates $1,000 to Child of Deputy Killed in Hurricane Irma
The Florida Deputy Sheriff’s Association donated $1,000 to the child of fallen Hardee County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Julie Ann Bridges through its Lend a Hand program. Deputy Bridges was killed in a head-on crash shortly after leaving her overnight shift at a hurricane shelter during the height of Hurricane Irma’s impact on South Florida.
Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Steps Up for Hurricane Relief
Sheriff A.J. Smith and Franklin County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) deputies worked hard throughout the months of August and September by organizing efforts to collect supplies and monetary donations for those affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
Leon County Sheriff’s Office Detective Captures 9-foot Anaconda
A Leon County Sheriff’s Deputy made national headlines after capturing a 9-foot anaconda at a home east of Tallahassee in October.