TCSO Awards

David Jobe - Reserve Deputy of the Year

David Jobe has been an outstanding asset and true friend to the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Program. Reserve officers are called upon to assist in the many diverse sectors within the Sheriff’s Office; David logged a total of 422 hours during 2012 working in several of them. Many of our Reserves volunteer their time in one particular area or another, but very few contribute in as many different capacities as David Jobe. He is always one of the first to volunteer for those assignments that might not be as popular or adventurous. David is viewed as an important asset on patrol because of his ability to answer calls, take reports and assist other deputies. He often assists the evening shift patrol when they are short-handed and is consistent in his commitment to our community obligations.
Our supervisors can always rely on him for help with annual events such as the Shrine Circus, Martin Luther King Jr. Parade, Citizens’ Academy and our largest one of all, the Tulsa State Fair. Special assignments such as Santa’s Helpers, Jail Shakedowns and the Reserve Academy are some of the extended areas in which Reserve Deputy Jobe will always volunteer his time.

The Reserve Office supervisors have worked alongside David many times and observed his interaction with our community and other law enforcement officers. His outstanding attitude has made a positive impact on the reputation of our office and law enforcement as a whole. He is a shining example of what a peace officer should represent to the public. Our office feels very fortunate to have Reserve Deputy Jobe as one of our own.

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