Detective Amanda Carter Awarded Commissioner’s Public Safety Award
(Paulding County, GA) On Tuesday, June 25, 2019, Detective Amanda Carter of the Criminal Investigations Division Technical Services Unit, was awarded the Paulding County Board of Commissioner’s Public Safety Award. Detective Carter was awarded the Commissioner’s Public Safety Award for her exemplary service to the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office. During her career, Detective Carter has been employed with Paulding County E-911 and the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office for a combined total of 13 years.
Detective Carter is a crime scene investigator and works a rigorous on-call schedule. She is often times called out to crime scenes and to process evidence at all hours of the day, night, and weekends. Sheriff Gulledge remarked, “Amanda is a very reliable employee and has done an excellent job for us. We are glad she made the decision to come work with the Sheriff’s Office. We are extremely proud of the job that she does for the Sheriff’s Office and the citizens of Paulding County.”
Detective Carter was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation from the Board of Commissioners along with a “Dinner for Two” Gift Card from Texas Roadhouse. On hand to present the award was: Standing First Row (L-R): Sergeant Linda Whritenour, Sergeant James Foy, Detective Amanda Carter, Captain Robert Davis, Lieutenant Mike Hill, and Sheriff Gary Gulledge. Standing rear row (L-R): Post 1 Commissioner Ron Davis, Post 2 Commissioner Sandy Kaecher, County Attorney Jayson Phillips, Commission Chairman Dave Carmichael, County Administrator Frank Baker, Post 3 Commissioner Chuck Hart, and Post 4 Commissioner Brian Stover. Congratulations to Detective Carter and thank you to Texas Roadhouse for the generous donation of the gift card!