Sheriff’s Office welcomes 6 new employees

Posted 1 June 2021 at 4:26 pm

New hires include deputies, dispatchers and a corrections officer

Provided photos: Pictured from left include Deputy Sheriff James White, Correction Officer Kyle Strickland and Deputy Sheriff George Barton taking the oath of office last week in the Orleans County Legislative chambers.

Press Release, Orleans County Sheriff Chris Bourke

ALBION – Sheriff Christopher Bourke would like to take this opportunity to introduce six new employees who have been hired in 2021.

The Orleans County Legislature led by Chairman Lynne Johnson was gracious enough in allowing us to use the Legislature Chambers for this event.

Orleans County Clerk Nadine Hanlon performed the Oath of Office while the Sheriff, Jail Superintendent Scott Wilson and Communications Coordinator Allen Turner assisted.

Chairman Johnson, on behalf of all the Legislators, expressed her deep appreciation for the work performed by members of the Sheriff’s Office during these difficult times. Chairman Johnson reiterated the continuing commitment of the Orleans County Legislature to provide the Sheriff with the resources to keep our county safe and secure.

Sheriff Bourke thanked all in attendance wished the new hires well. Sheriff Bourke also personally thanked the County Legislature for their continuing support. I consider myself very lucky to live in a community that supports law enforcement agencies.

Pictured being sworn into office include from left include Correction Officer Jenna Raglan, Public Safety 911 Dispatcher Robin Boyle and Public Safety 911 Dispatcher Amy Strickland.