Employee Recognition

Clermont County Citizens Law Enforcement Association Awards

On May 17, 2012, Lt. Steve Leahy, Sgt. Chris Stratton, Investigators B.J. Boerger, Matt Farmer, Greg Moran, Mike Robinson, Lori Saylor, and Crime Scene Investigator Greg Shelley were presented the 2011 Award for “Best Investigative Effort-Multi Jurisdictional”, by the Clermont County Citizens Law Enforcement Association.
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The following Clermont County Sheriff’s Office employees have been recognized in 2012 for superior and noteworthy performance:

Sheriff’s Commendation

Deputy Ryan Patton, for creating a positive and safe learning environment for the students of Amelia Middle School and High School. Deputy Patton has been instrumental in deterring student violence, bullying, and has become a mentor to many of the students he serves. His diligent policing skills have led to a reduction in school property crimes and other offenses.

Investigator B.J. Boerger closed 29 burglary, and over 50 breaking and entering investigations with criminal charges.  Throughout 2012, Investigator Boerger has assisted numerous police agencies within Clermont, Brown, Hamilton and Warren Counties with burglary investigations.

Corrections Academy Commander Sgt. Bill Hogue has assisted the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is developing an in-service training program, and began gathering and maintaining information on gang members that are in our facility and created a database that is shared with Hamilton County and surrounding areas, including Northern Kentucky.

Sheriff’s Merit Award

Investigator Matt Farmer investigated an aggravated robbery of a business in Jackson Township involving a handgun. Using DNA evidence obtained at the scene, an arrest was made after a 17 month investigation involving multiple interviews and DNA sampling and testing.