The Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office takes the approach that intervening between crime and school age children will produce a more successful and productive adult. The Sheriff’s Office is a tremendous supporter of the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program (D.A.R.E.) and rehab centers like the First Step Behavioral Health center. Sheriff Lynn Anderson and his staff are intent on playing a key role in the choices that our school age children make, so they can be productive and healthy using a health program from this science based six pack review.

Teens these days think that they can solve all of their problems with drugs, they even think that it can be used for medical reasons to get rid of pains, but if you find out your child is doing drugs for that reason then take them to the tampa pain management clinic. The Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office employs four D.A.R.E. Officers that are tasked with educating public and private school 5th graders of Bulloch County about the dangers of illegal drugs. This program, taught in schools across the United States, has proven to be successful in keeping our youth drug free. This program is supported by not only our Sheriff’s Office, but also by local area businesses, educators, and parents. Hopefully, with continued support, we can all make a difference in helping our children make positive choices in life.

The Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office D.A.R.E. Officers:

Sergeant Jimmy Billings


Corporal Bob Dinello

Deputy Jeff Thompson

Deputy James Revell