Chief Deputy Danny Staley:
Started my Law Enforcement career in April 1986 with the Geneva Police Department. In March 1992, I became a Deputy with the Geneva County Sheriff's Office. Over the past 25 years with the Sheriff's Office I have obtained the rank of Patrol Sargent, Patrol Lieutenant and in January 2015 was appointed Chief Deputy by Sheriff Tony Helms. I have enjoyed my time working and serving the citizens of Geneva County.
In 1992 US Army Basic Law Enforcement, 1995 US Military Police with Special Reaction Team, US Military Protective Service Course, I also have Top Secret Security Clearance. Then in 2000, 2001 with Dothan Police Department had course in Emergency vehicle operations and Homicide. In 2016 with Geneva County Sheriff Office went to Jefferson County APOST Academy, also with the Geneva County Sheriff's Office am trained with NCIC, Drager, and Radar Certifications.
I have worked with Law Enforcement and the Court System since 1980. I am currently working with the Geneva County Sheriff's Office as head of the Sex Offender Registration Office.
Married -- Sabrina Fain
Two Children -- SSG Teddy Lee Fain III, (Wife) Beth Fain and (Granddaughter) Grace Ann Fain of Riverside, Ca, USAR
Scott Fain of Dothan, Alabama – Employed by Cap South Investment firm
L E Career:
2011 E. career began as a Geneva Co Sheriff’s Reserve Deputy, 1980; Graduated ACJTC – January 1987; Served as H. P. Trooper, H. P. Corporal, South East Al Asst. Field Commander for Motor Carrier Safety Unit, H. P. Post Commander, Driver License Post Commander and retired as Area Commander for Dothan D. L, with the rank of Lieutenant in September 2011. Appointed as Captain of the newly formed Geneva Co Sheriff’s Mounted Posse, October 2015; employed as Geneva Co Deputy Sheriff, December 2016. Military L. E; served as Master at Arms, USNR. Naval Reserve duties consisted of basic military law enforcement and security on board ship. Port Security Specialists, USCGR. Coast Guard Reserve duties included Search and Rescue, General Maritime Law Enforcement and Homeland Security.
Deputy Paul Dickerson:
Is from Hartford, AL and has worked with Geneva County Sheriff Office for three years. He started his law enforcement career with Hartford Police Department in 2009 and graduated the Police Academy in Selma, AL at APOST Academy in August 2009. He worked for Hartford until 2014 when he was hired by Geneva County Sheriff Office. He is married and has three boys. He is a recent graduate of Troy University with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and minor in Psychology.
Deputy Bernie Partridge:
Is a 10 year veteran in Law Enforcement with two years at Geneva County Sheriff's Office. Deputy Partridge attended Enterprise State Junior College and Piedmont College in Georgia from 1993-1996. Deputy Partridge graduated from Northeast Alabama Law Enforcement Academy- (Jacksonville State University) in 2006 and stated his career with Enterprise Police Department. In 2015 Deputy Partridge joined Geneva County Sheriff's Office where he calls home. Deputy Partridge has earned several credentials and certifications to include Traffic Homicide Investigator. Deputy Partridge brings a positive and supportive outlook to the Department and to the citizens of Geneva County.
Is from Coffee Springs, married, and has two kids. He started his law enforcement career in 2005 as a reserve with the Samson Police Dept. He took a position as a patrolman with City of Slocomb in 2009 and went through the police academy in Selma. Scotty was employed with the City of Slocomb until 2012 where he later joined the Geneva County Sheriff’s Office as a deputy and still is today
Jeff Lindsey is from Hartford, Jeff has a degree in Aviation maintenance. In 1990, he became a Geneva County Reserve Deputy. In 1991, he quit working on helicopters and became a full-time Slocomb Police Officer. He also completed the Southwest Alabama Police Academy while he was at Slocomb. He left the Slocomb Police Department in 1994 and was hired at the Dothan Airport. January of 1996 Jeff started working at the Dothan Police Department. He worked in Dothan for 15 years. After leaving Dothan, he returned to his home town of Hartford and worked there for 2 years and in 2015 was hired by Tony Helms as a deputy.