Biography: Curtis Hall is currently a Patrol Sergeant for the Franklin County Sheriff's Office. He has served the county since 1996. He currently is the lead firearms instructor and oversees most training aspects for the Sheriff's Office. Curtis started as a Corrections Officer in the Adult Detention Center then went to Patrol, Drug Enforcement Unit, Patrol Sgt., Patrol Lieutenant, Interim Communications Director and Jail Commander. Curtis has spent 10 years on the Special Tactics and Rescue Team and still assists with training for the team.Curtis has been certified to instruct A.L.I.C.E. and R.A.I.D.E.R. and has implemented both for Franklin County. Curtis has been instructing R.A.I.D.E.R. and Alice nationally since 2014.
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