Officer Crocker leaving for his first day on the job, April 5, 1991.

On April 5, 1991, Clyde Crocker walked out the door to his first day on the job with the Perry County Sheriff’s Office. After working with various agencies in the 29 years since, he now holds the rank of Sergeant in the Centreville Police Department. Tomorrow, May 12, 2020, he will enter a new phase of his career: retirement.

Sgt. Crocker with his granddaughter.

Certified as a K9 Officer and Firearms Instructor, and having worked for several years as a School Resource Officer for Bibb County School System at Bibb County High School, Sgt. Crocker is a valuable resource to the community. His presence as an officer will be missed.

As a retired grandfather, however, his presence will be valued more than ever as he gets to spend time with his granddaughter and going hunting all he wants. Congratulations, Sgt. Clyde M. Crocker, on your retirement, and thank you for your years of service to our county!


SOURCEThe Bibb Voice
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