Every year the Washington County Sheriff’s Office recognizes employees who go above and beyond regarding their professionalism, work ethic, and contributions to the Sheriff’s Office, making Washington County a safer community.
This year’s Patrol Deputy of the Year is Master Deputy Christopher Everitts. Master Deputy Everitts is a leader on his shift and within the Agency. He is involved in numerous essential aspects of the Sheriff’s Office, including training new and seasoned deputies. Master Deputy Everitts is an excellent representative of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
This year’s Patrol Supervisor of the Year is Sergeant Howard Ward. SGT Ward is the supervisor of the Digital Forensic Unit and an active member of the Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard. SGT Ward consistently volunteers to assist other units within the Sheriff’s Office. In 2022, when a cyber security incident impacted the Sheriff’s Office, SGT Ward worked tirelessly to assist in returning the agency operations to normal. SGT Ward prioritized the continued operations of the Agency above his own duties.
Corporal Kyle Snodderly is recognized for having the highest number of criminal arrests and having written the highest number of citations for the Agency.
Deputy First Class David Carr is recognized for having the highest number of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) arrests for the Agency.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is proud of the hard work and dedication these Patrol Deputies have shown. Congratulations, keep up the great work!