Sgt. Raymond F. Jones IV
Patrol Supervisor

The Patrol Supervisor is responsible for the overall performance of the Deputies of the Coosa County Sheriff’s Office. He is the First Line Supervisor, a mentor, and a counselor to all Deputies. He assists in ensuring the efficient administration and professional operation of the Sheriff’s Office.

Sgt. F. Jones has approximately 12 years of law enforcement experience, having begun his law enforcement career in 2007. He has been APOSTC certified since 2011, or certified through the Alabama Peace Officers’ Standards and Training Commission. Jones started with the Montgomery Police Department, where he went through their academy.  From there, he went on to do narcotics work at Maplesville Police Department in Chilton County. He then came to the Coosa County Sheriff’s Office and worked as a dispatcher for approximately seven to eight months. At that time the Coosa County Sheriff’s Office did not have an opening for a deputy, so he applied with Selma Police Department and accepted a job there. He worked there for a short period of time until the deputy job became available in Coosa County. While at Selma, he was a patrol officer and special operations.  Jones came back to Coosa County in 2018 as a Patrol Deputy.  In March, Jones was promoted to Sergeant/Patrol Supervisor.

Over the course of his career, Jones has earned some awards and recognition for his time in law enforcement. He received the Lifesaving Award, as well as a Commendation Award in Montgomery. Additionally, he was one of 11 who received the 2014 House of Representatives Law Enforcement Medal of Honor nomination.