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Harrison County Sheriff's Department Reserve Program

Harrison County Sheriff's Department Reserve Program The Reserve Program has been serving the community of Harrison County since 1983. It is comprised of Reserve Officers Mission Statement-
Through gained experience, the reserve officer corps endeavors to assist the Sheriff's Department in public service as volunteer law enforcement officers

Reserve Program Mission-
The Harrison County Reserve Program is comprised of community members who volunteer their time to fulfill many of the roles handled by full-time sworn police officers.

Their mission is to assist the Sheriff's Department in public relations and service with the experience they bring and gain along the way. The program strives to better the reserve by affording the same training as full-time officers, who will work alongside them in every aspect of Department operations. The reserve program seeks out the best community volunteers and puts them through a rigorous p

Their mission is to assist the Sheriff's Department in public relations and service with the experience they bring and gain along the way. The program strives to better the reserve by affording the same training as full-time officers, who will work alongside them in every aspect of Department operations. The reserve program seeks out the best community volunteers and puts them through a rigorous p

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📣RESERVE POLICE OFFICERS NEEDED! 🚔Do you have free time and a passion to serve others!? Keep reading!👇👨‍✈️ Do you have a...
03/10/2022
Harrison County Indiana Reserves

📣RESERVE POLICE OFFICERS NEEDED!

🚔Do you have free time and a passion to serve others!? Keep reading!👇

👨‍✈️ Do you have a military background &/or retired from LE but still want to continue serving in the field? (If not, no worries! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED!!!!!) Keep reading!👇

🚔 Are you looking for a way to get involved with your community or in public service but not sure how? Keep reading!👇

👩‍✈️Are you interested in a law enforcement career but not real sure if it's right for you? Try it out on a limited basis before you apply for a full-time position!!! If you like the sound of things so far.....Keep reading!👇

🚔 Are u looking for a way to volunteer your time, help catch bad guys & get them off the streets? How can you help lower crime rates?

👩‍✈️Would you love to learn a variety of exciting skills, be involved in community events, meet new people, experience the great reward of helping others & possibly saving lives? If Yes, 😁 keep reading!👇

👨‍✈️Do you seek a job that will make you proud? Have you ever wondered how you can make a difference in someone's life or your community? Keep going!👇👇

If you said yes to any or all of the above, we can help! Click on the link below & submit your application today!!👇👇

💥make your own schedule!
💥endless free training! State certified!
💥full uniform provided!

Harrison County Sheriffs Office

03/09/2022

Missing Person

On the 4th day of March, 2022, the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department began to investigate a missing person’s report. The reported missing person is described as Robert Eaton Jr a 26 year old male who was last seen on February 20th, 2022 at Caesar’s Casino located in Elizabeth, Harrison County, Indiana. Robert Eaton Jr was last seen wearing blue jeans, a gray jacket with a black under coat. At this time the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department has been unsuccessful locating Robert Eaton JR. If you have any information please contact the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department at 812-738-2195 or the Harrison County Tip line at 812-738-TIPP(8477).

12/16/2021

Attention: Harrison County Schools Families, Students and Staff

We have learned of an anonymous, nationwide threat against schools that is being shared on social media outlets such as TikTok. The generic threat declares Friday, Dec. 17, as “American School Shooting Day.” The posts warn about the possibility of shootings or bomb threats associated with this day. Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies are aware.
We have not yet received any local threats but will investigate any and all with diligence. We take all threats very serious and will be in continual contact with school administrators. We urge parents to take this opportunity to talk with your children about the appropriate use of social media along with the serious consequences for making any type of threat. Ask your children to speak with an adult at school if they see or hear something so immediate action can be taken. In addition, if anyone in our community sees something suspicious, please call law enforcement immediately. (812)738-3911

Last week we had the pleasure of assisting SCES as they hosted a community movie night! Complete with snacks, games, & m...
11/03/2021

Last week we had the pleasure of assisting SCES as they hosted a community movie night! Complete with snacks, games, & movie! It was a great turnout! Thanks to all the volunteers who made it happen!

Thanks to the Town of Corydon for hosting another successful #halloween21 parade! & special thanks  to Chief Kitterman &...
10/31/2021

Thanks to the Town of Corydon for hosting another successful #halloween21 parade! & special thanks to Chief Kitterman & "our brothers in blue" for allowing the Sheriff's Department to assist in keeping our community safe!

10/31/2021

One weekend left until it’s time to set the clocks back an hour! I know some love the extra hour of sleep, but not so much the super early sunsets.

As a glass half full person, I am choosing to focus on the fact that I can start my astrophotography sessions an hour earlier!

Our Prosecutor's office out did themselves this year! What an awesome event this continues to be! Thanks to all for ever...
10/31/2021

Our Prosecutor's office out did themselves this year! What an awesome event this continues to be! Thanks to all for everyone's hard work & dedication to our community!

🎈Family fun festivities🎃 happening this weekend! 👻 join the fun for movie night tonight @ SCES , tomorrow evening for th...
10/29/2021

🎈Family fun festivities🎃 happening this weekend! 👻 join the fun for movie night tonight @ SCES , tomorrow evening for the spooky parade (in corydon) followed by trick or treating at the Fairgrounds! On Sunday, the Elizabeth community center is putting on this event! grab your 🧙‍♀️, 👻, 👽 & come out!

Welcoming a few of our own! Good job guys!
09/26/2021

Welcoming a few of our own! Good job guys!

Jeffersonville RTS Graduation Ceremony this morning.

Photos from Harrison County Sheriff's Department's post
09/26/2021

Photos from Harrison County Sheriff's Department's post

🚔🚸🛑❗Use caution in the area of the park entrance due to heavier traffic entering & exiting the Buffalo Trace park throug...
09/25/2021

🚔🚸🛑❗Use caution in the area of the park entrance due to heavier traffic entering & exiting the Buffalo Trace park throughout the evening ⚠️🚓

☀️Great weather for another fall festivity!🎪 🎵Live music, good food🌮🍔🌭🍦 & fireworks 🎆 start at dark!🌠 See ya there!👮‍♀️👮‍♂️

09/25/2021

We would like to assure everyone in Corydon that there has been NO shooting at Walmart nor any other business. 

Photos from Georgetown Indiana Police Department's post
09/25/2021

Photos from Georgetown Indiana Police Department's post

09/17/2021

Please Share!

In the early morning of September 17, 2021 an all black 2013 Suzuki GSXR 750 was stolen from an address on Hill Grove Rd in Corydon Indiana. The owner woke up this morning and found it missing around 6 AM. If you see this motorcycle, please call the Harrison County Sheriff’s Dept at (812)738-3911 or your local law enforcement agency. We remind everyone to not leave keys in their vehicles.

Reserve officers getting in some range time!
07/12/2021

Reserve officers getting in some range time!

We love to train!! A little defensive tactics training for the win....
07/11/2021

We love to train!! A little defensive tactics training for the win....

Reserve officers doing some EVO training!
07/11/2021

Reserve officers doing some EVO training!

Reserve officers had the honor to assist with a tractor parade through their hometown in memory of a great man & native ...
07/11/2021

Reserve officers had the honor to assist with a tractor parade through their hometown in memory of a great man & native of Elizabeth, Bill Kannapel.

OUR RESERVE PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR RESERVE POLICE OFFICERS**The Harrison County Sheriff's Depar...
07/08/2021
Harrison County Indiana Reserves

OUR RESERVE PROGRAM IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR RESERVE POLICE OFFICERS

**The Harrison County Sheriff's Department Reserve Division has been serving the community of Harrison County, Indiana since 1983. It is comprised of volunteers who are sworn officers empowered by the Sheriff of Harrison County to assist the Sheriff's Department in public relations, law and order, and service to the county. The Reserve Division consists of the Reserve Commander, a Reserve Coordinator, a Reserve Treasurer, a Reserve Secretary, and Tier I and Tier II Reserve Officers. Reserves become road qualified to work patrol duty, security/traffic at special events, e.g., parades, charity runs, and dignitary visits, etc., provide security and public relations at the County Fair or other special assignments as designated by the Sheriff.

**To become a Tier I Reserve Deputy an individual must be at least 21 years of age, have a valid Indiana driver's license, no criminal record (minor traffic violations are exempt), and be a resident of Harrison County or surrounding counties. Candidates must pass a background investigation consisting of criminal, credit, and character evaluations as well as pass a psychological and medical exam, drug testing, physical fitness assessment, and a staff interview. The officer will also have to complete a 40-hour pre-basic training course. The Reserve Deputy is then qualified to perform limited patrol duties but has full law enforcement authority. Reserve Deputies who complete the department's field training program, certifications & requirements met, approval of the Reserve Commander and the Sheriff, the Reserve Officer will then advance to "senior" status & have the opportunity to assist the department with routine calls and other extra responsibilities. Reserves are expected to work a minimum of 16 hours a month and attend a mandatory meeting on the 1st Wednesday of every month.
While the investment in time and effort on the part of a Reserve Officer is great, the benefits gained in self-image, enhanced ability to deal with diverse people and situations, and increased awareness of community are well worth the sacrifice. The Harrison County Reserve Division is invaluable to the operation of the Sheriff's Office. The officers provide extra manpower when needed, assist on special details, and enhance the ability of the Sheriff's Office to provide the best service possible to the citizens of Harrison County. We are very proud of our actions and the contribution that we give to the community.

*Applications can be mailed or dropped off to the Sheriff's Department*
https://www.hcsdin.net/index.php/special-units/reserves

Harrison County Sheriffs Office

One of the biggest events the Reserve Officers cover is the annual Harrison County Fair. Along with other officers, the ...
06/11/2021

One of the biggest events the Reserve Officers cover is the annual Harrison County Fair. Along with other officers, the Harrison County horse patrol, & our one and only Detective Scooby-Doo, we enjoy meeting & greeting those we serve as well as making our community feel safe. Fun fact! The Harrison County Fair is the oldest county fair in the state of Indiana to be continuously held at the same location, the Harrison County Fairgrounds. 2021 marks 162 years!

2 nights left! Stop by our mobile command unit tonight or tomorrow night for a Sheriff's star sticker & support your local Sheriff's department!
Even if you don't want a sticker, as always, we appreciate any & ALL support from our community! Thank you!

We had a great day hanging out with the elementary school kids for field day! Also there introducing the kiddos to their...
05/28/2021

We had a great day hanging out with the elementary school kids for field day! Also there introducing the kiddos to their local first responders were Elizabeth Fire Department, Harrison EMS, Scooby-Doo & Officer Bowers. We greatly appreciate the opportunity and thank SRO Lewis for the invite!

Free Goodies for kids at the Sheriff's Department Command Unit! Stop by & say hi! 👋
05/26/2021

Free Goodies for kids at the Sheriff's Department Command Unit! Stop by & say hi! 👋

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05/17/2021

Thank you!

On April 2nd, we had the honor & privilege to witness, assist, & keep our local Church groups safe as they did the annua...
05/17/2021

On April 2nd, we had the honor & privilege to witness, assist, & keep our local Church groups safe as they did the annual Good Friday cross carry. Local churches come together, split in groups at various locations throughout the county & carry life size wooden crosses on a 4/5 mile walk along the county roads. They meet downtown forming one large group & the Pastor's lead a short worship service.

It is an honor and our pleasure to be requested to be a part of events in the community that we serve. Officers were giv...
05/17/2021

It is an honor and our pleasure to be requested to be a part of events in the community that we serve. Officers were given the opportunity to present awards to the Special Olympics of Harrison County bowling teams.

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