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New deputy sworn in for Sheriff's Department

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Clay County Clerk of the Circuit Court Vickie Wheeler conducted the swearing in for new Clay County Sheriff's Department Deputy William Nevill Monday. [Order this photo]
The Clay County Sheriff's Department added a new deputy to its roster Monday.

William Nevill was officially sworn in as a new department deputy by Clay County Clerk of the Circuit Court Vickie Wheeler.

Nevill, originally from West Terre Haute, has worked as a reserve deputy with the department for approximately one year.

He is one of 12 deputies for CCSD. Nevill will replace Deputy Casey Judge, who left the department in November.

Nevill will begin the field training stage with the department immediately. From there, he will attend the Indiana State Police Academy in August for further training.

Clay County Sheriff Mike Heaton said after Nevill completes the training, he would then have to complete four additional phases, including case law, policy procedure, traffic and familiarize himself with Clay County.

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It's probably just an error, but I bet he attends the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy rather than the Indiana State Police Academy.

Maybe I should have been an editor, rather than a critic.

-- Posted by My Dime on Tue, May 22, 2012, at 8:47 PM

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