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BSO Deputy Timothy Wooten promoted to Sergeant


From the Bossier Sheriff’s Office:

Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington promoted a veteran deputy in a ceremony in the Sheriff’s conference room in the Bossier Parish Courthouse.

Deputy Timothy Wooten was promoted to the rank of sergeant after 11-years of service in the Bossier Sheriff’s Office. Sgt. Wooten started his law enforcement career with the Sheriff’s office in the Corrections Division as a correctional officer.

After two years of service, he then transferred to the Criminal Division where he worked as a patrol deputy for three years. Wooten was then promoted to work as a detective and as a S.W.A.T team member. For the past three years, Wooten worked as a Digital Forensic Detective for the sheriff’s office.

I’m honored to promote you to the rank of sergeant,” said Sheriff Whittington. “You are a sharp individual and I know you will make us all proud of the work that you do.”

With his promotion, Sgt. Wooten will be in charge of Digital Forensics for the Bossier Sheriff’s Office.

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