Franklin County Deputy graduates Piedmont Criminal Justice Academy as a Corrections Deputy

Deputy Adam Whorley graduated Piedmont Criminal Justice Academy recently as a Corrections Deputy.

Whorley was able to garner two top awards during his training, Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC) and earned the Director’s Awards for “Best All Around.”

“We are so proud of Adam, his achievements, and the perseverance he displayed during his state mandated training. We are glad to have him and we know his family is proud of him, also,” Sheriff Bill Overton said.

Congratulations, Adam!

Deputy Adam Whorley graduated Piedmont Criminal Justice Academy

Left to right: Deputy Adam Whorley and Sheriff Bill Overton.

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