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Music City Blues: From the Training Academy to the Streets...a Glimpse at What Life Behind the Badge is Really Like
Scott Fielden  More Info

About the Washington County Sheriff’s Office

Formed in 1777, Washington County is oldest county in the state of Tennessee.  Headquartered in Johnson City, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office provides law enforcement to county residents. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is organized like many state and local law enforcement agencies, with the bulk of the sworn uniformed personnel working in the Patrol Division.  The Patrol Division of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office consists of four platoons; each containing a lieutenant, sergeant and seven deputy sheriffs.

 

The Criminal Investigation Division of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office is under the command of a major.  Like most agencies, the Criminal Investigation Division conducts follow-up investigations working to identify, apprehend and prosecute law breakers.  In the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, the Drug Enforcement Task Force, Juvenile investigators and SWAT are under the direction of the commanding officer of the Criminal Investigation Division.

 

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has a large reserve officer component (relative to is size).  The four lieutenants, four sergeants and 26 deputies are organized into four platoons.

 

Source:

wcso.net

Scott Fielden has been affiliated with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office since 1997, and is currently a reserve lieutenant.  He holds a BA in marketing/management from East Tennessee State University, and is employed by Johnson & Johnson World Products as a senior pharmaceutical sales specialist.  He is the author of Music City Blues: From the Training Academy to the Streets.

 

According to one reader/reviewer of Music City Blues: From the Training Academy to the Streets, “If you've ever wondered what it's really like to be a cop, "Music City Blues" provides the answer. From domestic disputes, DUI's, high-speed police pursuits and prostitution stings, the reader is introduced to a side of law enforcement not often seen by the public. Police can be both gruesome and glorious, and it's these moments of soul-wrenching tragedies and fist-pumping triumphs that bring the book to life.”

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