Lieutenant Teena Gallagher has served the
Madison County Community for over 36 years. Presently she is in
command of the “Community Resource Division”. Her roles include, but
not limited to being the department Chaplain, Registered Nurse,
Certified School Resource Officer, Coordinator of the D.A.R.E.
Program, Gang Specialist, Third Grade Seatbelt program, and other
Crime Prevention programs.
Lt. Gallagher is also a member of the
International Conference of Police with a “Master” ranking. Lt
Gallagher has an associate degree in Registered Nursing, a Bachelor
of Special Studies in Health and Psychology, a Masters Degree in
Administration and Pastoral Care. She has a Doctoral Degree in
Theology and Counseling. In her spare time she enjoys reading,
traveling, hiking, camping, and kayaking.
Personal message: “Attitude. We become what we
give ourselves the power to be.”
Deputy Roberta Braithwaite has served Madison
County for the past 9 years. Presently she is assigned to the
Community Resource Division. Her roles include Elementary and Middle
School D.A.R.E. She is also certified as a School Resource Officer
(SRO). She became a certified D.A.R.E. Officer in April of 2008. In
her spare time, Deputy Braithwaite loves hanging out with her
family, taking trips and playing sports.
Curriculum And Information
Our local community: Madison County
began the D.A.R.E. program in the summer of 1989, through the
Madison County Sheriff’s Office, the London City Schools,
Madison Plains Local Schools, West Jefferson Local Schools,
Jonathan Alder Schools, St. Patrick Catholic School and Madison
Christian School. Presently the program is commanded by Lt.
Teena Gallagher and assisted by Deputy Roberta Braithwaite. Also
D.A.R.E. Middle School is offered in all area schools. We have
taught High School in the past at London High School.
Since the onset, the Sheriff’s
Office has included a second, third and fourth grade mini visit. Our
officers feel this information on safety issues is extremely
important at this level.
Graduation Dates: 2010 - 2011
Madison County Sheriff's
Crime Prevention Programs
The Madison County crime prevention unit is
also a member of the "Ohio Crime Prevention Association".
Both organizations believe that crime prevention is a pattern of
attitudes and behaviors directed both at reducing the threat of
crime and enhancing the sense of safety and security, which
positively influences the quality of life in society and helps
develop environments where crime cannot flourish. For this to be
possible it means having a working partnership with concerned
citizens to address ways to prevent crime, violence and drug
The Madison County Sheriff's Office offers a
variety of programs geared towards the above philosophy. Please
call and schedule at least one month in advance. You may
schedule any business day at (740) 845-1813 or (740) 845-1808
Check, Advance Fee Schemes
Check, Responding To Rape
Check, Fraud & Scams Against Seniors
On Crime Prevention, It's Elementary
On Personal Property
Safety & Self Protection And Personal Property
To Use The Phone
Door Answering Rules
Sense Personal Safety Rules
Abuse & Touching Problems
Rules And Responsibility
Crime & Vandalism
pdates on Current Drug Trends
elping Communities Respond to
Treatment & OTC Abase
These are the present programs
available, but if allowed time for research any additional program
could be done if time permits.
Lt. Teena A. Gallagher
is the coordinator of the Community Resource Unit, Medical
Direction and Chaplain.
Any questions regarding community
resource unit please feel free to
send us an e-mail.
Lt. Teena A. Gallagher