Jeremy Goins always dreamed of being a police officer. Upon graduating CCHS in 2002 he took steps to achieve his dream. In 2003 he attended and graduated the police academy at Walters State Community College and began his law enforcement career. After spending time as interim Chief Deputy of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Department for the last several days he was promoted to the position on a full time basis. Sheriff Robbie Goins said, “His training and experience made the decision to promote Jeremy a no brainer.” Jeremy Goins (the two are not related) had previously served as the Captain of the department.
Jeremy Goins also has a passion for teaching and training in the department. Something that he will continue to do in addition to his new position. Jeremy Goins is a trained firearm instructor, active shooter situation instructor and K-9 handler. He also recently completed training at the Force Science Institute and had previously graduated the TBI’s Leadership Academy. Jeremy Goins pointed out that his newest training would allow him use his new skills to analyze force being used in situations that the department is investigating.
He also talks about how that though his new position is more administrative that he wants to remain active in the field. His plans are to help take care of his employees in the field. In addition to being Chief Deputy he will continue to be commander of the SWAT team.
Sheriff Goins also spoke about about what his new Chief Deputy meant to the department. Sheriff Goins said,”There is no question that the department has already benefited from his training, shooting skills, and policies that he helped put in place. The employees of the department really respect him and wanted him the the Chief Deputy’s position.”
Jeremy Goins has worked with previous Sheriffs Ron McClellan and Gary Perkins and the Jacksboro Police Department under the leadership of Chief Danny Chapman.