Sheriff Neil Warren appoints Milton Beck as Chief Deputy

Citizen Georgia June 6, 2013 0
Sheriff Neil Warren appoints Milton Beck as Chief Deputy


Sheriff appoints Milton Beck as Chief Deputy

On June 4, 2013, Sheriff Neil Warren announced the appointment of Milton Beck as Chief Deputy Sheriff of the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office. As Chief Deputy, Beck will be second in command of one of the largest Sheriff’s Offices in the state.

“The Cobb County Sheriff’s Office is fortunate to have so many Deputies that have the training, qualifications and ability to continue the tradition of providing the citizens, for many years to come, with the professional law enforcement services they have come to expect “said Sheriff Warren. “At this time, I felt Chief Deputy Beck’s experience, knowledge, commitment and dedication would best serve me, the community, and this agency well.”

Beck began his employment with the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office in 1989 as a Deputy Sheriff. Throughout his career he has held numerous positions and has been assigned to every Division of the Sheriff’s Office including the Cobb County Adult Detention Center, Marietta/Cobb/Smyrna Narcotics Unit, Court Services, Uniform Field Services and Internal Affairs. He was appointed to Chief Investigator (Colonel) in 2004 commanding the Operations’ Division and upon the retirement of the Jail Commander in June 2010, Beck served as Commander for both the Jail and Operations Division.

Beck is a 1983 graduate of Osborne High School and attended Western Carolina University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Management. He is a 2001 graduate of the Carl Vinson Institute of Government Management Program, Graduate of Leadership Cobb as well as Honorary Commanders. Chief Deputy Beck and his wife Brandi are residents of Cobb County and have two children, Connor and Sara who attend Hillgrove High School.

RELEASE DATE: 06-05-13 For further information contact Nancy Bodiford at 770-499-4723
Photo by Sheriff Neil Warren

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