Harford County Sheriff's Office
Bel Air, Maryland, United States
Sr Dep Keith Jackson is a 22 year member of the Harford County Sheriff’s Office. The deputy spent his first few years on patrol, completing a rotation through each shift, and requested to be placed on Shift 3 (4p-12a) in the county’s busiest sector. Sr Dep Jackson soon entered the Special Operations Division by joining the Crime Suppression Unit (CSU). The focus of this unit is on high crime/high drug areas of the county with special attention given to gang activity, violent offenders, and major crimes. When not tasked with specific investigations, members of CSU take a proactive approach to policing by way of community interaction, foot patrols and traffic related interdiction. CSU often works as the “hands on” team to HCSO’s Narcotics and Criminal Investigation Divisions.
Concurrent to his time in CSU, Sr Dep Jackson has been a member of Harford County’s Special Response Team (SRT). The deputy acted as the primary breacher on the team from 2003 to 2010 and has carried a dual role as Counter Sniper from 2005 to present. The deputy is currently in his 20th year on SRT and plans to remain on the team until retirement.
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