Deputies recognized for outstanding efforts



Several employees from the Colleton County Sheriff’s Office are being recognized for their hard work and help in making Colleton’s communities safer.

The employees were chosen to be a part of the sheriff’s office “Employee of the Quarter” program, which recognizes outstanding deputies from all departments. The program focuses on quarterly recognition, with Colleton County Sheriff Buddy Hill choosing outstanding employees once every three months (four quarters per year).

This quarterly program’s winners reflect the months of October, November and December of 2021.

Those being recognized include:

• Captain Angela Stallings, Administration

• Sgt. William "Billy" Tindal, Investigations

• Deputy Danny Gregory, Road Patrol

• Cpl. Will Langdale, Detention

• Sgt. Christy Worley, Telecommunications

• Mattie Ford, Warrants/Civil Process Division

• Deputy Bill Polk, Court Security

• Deputy Kyle Breland, School Resource Officer

According to Hill, each of these employees were chosen because they “display a high level of commitment to the Colleton County Sheriff’s Office vision, mission, and values,” he said. Each of these deputies, who range from School Resource Officers to the county’s jail (detention center), demonstrated professionalism, good communication skills, good attendance at work and are respectful of policies and procedures, he said.

“Congratulations on your achievements. You worked so hard for this, and you have been deservedly rewarded. This is a natural result of your outstanding efforts, which were duly recognized,” said Hill. “The Colleton Sheriff’s Office is fortunate to have members like you on our team. I am so proud of all of you and wish you even more success in the future. Together we are making a difference. Keep up the great work.”