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  Walters, Clinton J. "C.J."
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  2010-01-01  
 
NameClinton J. "C.J." Walters
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Canton, Pennsylvania , United States
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Jul 30, 2011 03:42pm
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InfoClinton J. Walters assumed the role of Sheriff on February 15, 2010 after the retirement of Steve Evans. Sheriff Walters is a graduate of Municipal Police Academy, Mansfield University and the Deputy Sheriffs’ Academy of State College. He began working at the Bradford County Sheriff’s Office in January 2000 as a transport officer; in September of 2000 he was promoted to Deputy Sheriff. He became Chief Deputy Sheriff in 2004. He has also been employed at Troy Borough and Canton Borough as part time and full time Police Officer. He has earned the following certifications: Firearms Instructor of Handgun, shotgun by Pennsylvania State Police, Firearms instructor of Patrol Rifle certified by N.R.A., Simmunitions Instructor, Project Lifesaver Instructor, instructor Development, Numerous Narcotic Trainings, Reid Technique of Interview and Interrogation Technique, First Aid, CPR, and A.E.D. certified, N.I.M.S., and Glock Armorer. CJ is a lifelong resident of Bradford County who enjoys hunting fishing target shooting, golf, softball, reading and traveling.

"My 11 years experience in law enforcement includes 10 years working for the Bradford County Sheriff's Office. I started in the Sheriff's Office as a civilian Transport Officer, and then became a part time deputy sheriff and earned a full time position. In October 2004, I was appointed Chief Deputy Sheriff. I became the Sheriff on Feb. 15, 2010, upon the retirement of Sheriff Steve Evans. On Aug. 27, 2010, I was honored and humbled to receive a letter from Governor Ed Rendell stating he submitted me for official appointment as sheriff. On Oct. 12, 2010, I was confirmed unanimously by the Senate of Pennsylvania, to serve as Sheriff until January 2012.

I have worked as a police officer for the boroughs of Troy and Canton and for the last 6 years as a security officer for the Canton School District, providing security at athletic events until I became the Sheriff of Bradford County."


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