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Dooley Receives Paulding Commissioner’s Public Safety Award

Detective Stephen Dooley of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division recognized for his exemplary service.

Paulding County Detective Stephen Dooley of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division receives the Board of Commissioner’s Public Safety Award. Courtesy Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page
Paulding County Detective Stephen Dooley of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division receives the Board of Commissioner’s Public Safety Award. Courtesy Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page
From the Paulding County Sherrif's Office


Last week, Detective Stephen Dooley of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division was awarded the Paulding County Board of Commissioner’s Public Safety Award.

Dooley was recognized for his exemplary service to the Technical Services Unit and the Criminal Investigations Division of the Paulding sheriff’s office.

Dooley is a crime scene detective and has been employed with the Paulding sheriff’s office for nearly 13 years. As a crime scene detective, Dooley processes crime scenes, conducts investigations, and collects forensic evidence.

Dooley is also the emergency management coordinator for the sheriff’s office and is in charge of tactical dispatch for the sheriff’s office SWAT team. Dooley is a member of multiple committees and is also a member of the Paulding County Radio System Advisory Board.

Dooley was presented with a Certificate of Appreciation from the Board of Commissioners along with a “Dinner for Two” Gift Card from Texas Roadhouse.

Pictured with this article to help present the award was: Standing First Row (L-R): Major Tom Murphy (Det. Dooley’s supervisor), Detective Stephen Dooley, Dalton Dooley (son), Jennifer Dooley (wife), Michael Dooley (father), and Glenda Dooley (mother). Standing Rear Row (L-R): Post 1 Commissioner Dave Carmichael, Post 2 Commissioner Todd Pownall, County Attorney Jayson Phillips, Post 3 Commissioner Tommie Graham, and Commission Chairman David Austin.


Information for this story was supplied by the Paulding County Sherrif's Office and edited for publication.

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