Sheriff Charlie Ray Fox, Jr. is pleased to recognize Deputy Dawn Rosenberry for winning a scholarship to complete her bachelor’s degree at Columbia Southern University.
Competing nationally in an essay contest, she is one of two law enforcement professionals chosen nationwide for a full two-year scholarship. Deputy Rosenberry’s essay focused on the greatest challenges sheriffs face in today’s ailing economy.
Dawn began her career in law enforcement in January 2006 as a parking enforcement officer with the Warrenton Police Department. She came to the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office in 2008 working in the Detention Center, Civil Process Division and as a School Resource Officer at Auburn Middle School. She has been assigned to the Patrol Division since June of this year.
Dawn is a certified crime prevention specialist and a certified instructor in the NRA’s Refuse to be a Victim program. Dawn grew up in Amissville, VA and resides in the area with her husband Ross.
Columbia Southern University and the National Sheriffs’ Association awarded the scholarship at the NSA National Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, June 23, 2013.
Columbia Southern University Press Release - 07/17/13
Authority: Sheriff Charlie Ray Fox, Jr.
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