Thursday, June 20, 2024

Swearing-in Ceremony for Newly Hired Deputies and Welcome to New Corrections Officers

by BPT Staff
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Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington recently administered the Oath of Affirmation in a swearing-in
ceremony for two new deputies and welcomed three new corrections officers that have joined the Bossier
Sheriff’s Office team.

The swearing-in ceremony for newly hired Deputies Makayla Curry and Brandon Ernst was held in the
Sheriff’s Conference Room in the Bossier Parish Courthouse on Monday morning. Sheriff Whittington
told the new deputies, “I commend you for joining a great team and welcome you to the Bossier Sheriff’s
Office.”

Sheriff Whittington also welcomed new corrections officers Joe Busby, Justin Epps, and Clyde Herrera
to the Bossier Sheriff’s Office.

All new deputies and corrections officers will begin their careers at one of the BSO correctional facilities.

If you are seeking a career that offers excitement in the workplace and allows you to make a difference in
your community, then the Bossier Sheriff’s Office is the place for you. To apply to be a deputy, applicants
must be 21 years of age. However, the Bossier Sheriff’s Office does offer a corrections officer position
that requires the applicant to be 18 years of age.

To start the process of becoming a member of the Bossier Sheriff’s Office, call the Human Resources
Department to schedule a test today. You can reach them by calling (318)965-3459.

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