The basic element that makes us human is the desire to help each other. First, we help each other with the food, shelter and safety. Second, we help each other develop our lives and raise our families. In simpler times, this help served us well.
Now, we have a very complex society. Many difficult issues cause people to resort to drugs, both legal and illegal. The scourge of drug abuse has affected us all.
The Foundation for Drug Interdiction supports the prevention of drug abuse and those who are struggling with drug abuse. Monetary support for the Sherriff’s Department and Mental Health services are among the top priorities.
No one wants to be a drug addict. Everyone wants to help.
|Walton County Sheriff’s Office: Drug Sniffing Dog- Deputy Nero Sheriff’s Website
|Deputy Nero was involved and/or responsible for numerous arrests for drug trafficking.
|Walton County Sheriff’s Office: Drug Sniffing Dog- Deputy Remington Sheriff’s Website
|Deputy Remington is in training and we wish him well in his career of Drug Interdiction.
|Walton County Sheriff’s Office: Purchase of Tasers for Deputies to use in the field
|Multiple confrontations with Deputies and suspects were de-escalated due to the presence of a Taser.
|Aaron Sanchez Foundation: Sponsor a student at Chef Sanchez’s Culinary Institute
|Although not technically a Drug Interdiction activity, we agreed that Chef Sanchez’s school is a worthy cause.