James Warren for Halifax County NC Sheriff - Law Enforcement and Military Photographs
POLICE SCIENCE GRADUATES 1975
(Taken From Daily Herald)
POLICE SCIENCE GRADUATES - These Roanoke Rapids police officers have completed the two-year police science curriculum at Halifax County Technical Institute and will receive associates degrees at graduation exercises August 22. Left to right are Sgt. F.D. Griffin, Ptl. D.R. Hudson, Ptl. E.L. Wheeler, Ptl. Wallace Mayo and Ptl. James Warren.
ADVANCE LAW ENFORCEMENT CERTIFICATE May 1983
(Taken From the Daily Herald)
Sheriff W.C. “Bill” Bailey presents Advance Law Enforcement Certificate, awarded by the N.C. Department of Justice, to Deputy Warren, May 1983.
Law Association Has New Officer
(Plaque presented for serving as President of the Halifax County Law Enforcement Association in 1992)
(Taken from Sunday Herald)
Sgt. E.W. Jones of the N.C. Highway Patrol, President.
Jones (left) presents a plaque to outgoing association president Capt. James Warren of the Halifax County Sheriff’s Department.
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OF THE YEAR AWARD 1994
(Article from Daily Herald)
Above, the Optimist Club of Roanoke Rapids recently presented the Law Officer of the Year Award to Halifax County Sheriff’s Department Capt. James D. Warren. From left, are: Sheriff M.L. Stallings, project Chairman Carey Foster, the honoree’s wife, Margaret, and Warren.
BASIC COMBAT TRAINING FORT ORD CALIFORNIA 1967
(Warren front right)
2ND PLATOON DELTA COMPANY 4TH BATTALION 1ST BRIGADE
SOLDIER OF THE YEAR AWARD MAY 1982
(Taken From the Daily Herald)
Platoon Sergeant James D. Warren displays the trophy that was awarded to him for outstanding performance during his recent annual field training at Ft. Bragg. Sergeant Warren was selected as the Noncommissioned Officer of the Year for Combat Support Company, First Battalion, 119th Infantry Regiment. Sergeant Warren is platoon sergeant for the 107MM Mortar Platoon which is located in Roanoke Rapids. In civilian life he is employed as a deputy sheriff with Halifax County Sheriff’s Department.
NCNG General Promotes Warren
(Article Taken from the Daily Herald)
James D. Warren, the Chief Deputy of Halifax County Sheriff’s Department was recently promoted to Command Sergeant Major with the North Carolina National Guard by the state’s Adjutant General, Major General Nathaniel Robb.
The promotion took place during the 1990 Annual Commanders’ Conference held in Raleigh. Warren has been a member of the National Guard for 22 years. His career began in 1967 when he enlisted in the Roanoke Rapids unit. He completed basic and advance training in Fort Ord, Calif. Since Warren’s enlistment, he has attended numerous military training schools and has served as a mortar gunner, squad leader, and platoon sergeant.
Warren’s primary duties in his new position will be to serve as the senior member of the enlisted corp of the 1st Battalion 119th Infantry, which includes 11 National Guard units. These units include: Roanoke Rapids; Scotland Neck; Wilson; Nashville; Tarboro; Woodland; Edenton; Ahoskie; Elizabeth City; Windsor and Williamston.
Warren has not only dedicated his life to the National Guard but to law enforcement as well. In 1971, he began his law enforcement career as an auxiliary police officer with the Roanoke Rapids Police department and became a full time officer in 1973.
In 1978, Warren accepted employment as a deputy sheriff with the Halifax County Sheriff’s Department, and was promoted in 1986 as chief deputy