Reserve Unit

The Department’s Reserve Unit is an integral part of maintaining service across the county. Dedicated individuals from all walks of life contribute their time on a volunteer basis, in a wide variety of activities to assist the department and the citizens of Maury County. Whether it’s patrol, special events at the Maury County Park, or taking a child shopping at Christmas, the Reserves can always be counted on to assist in whatever way possible.

If you are interested in the Reserve Unit, please fill out the Reserve Deputy Application (PDF). You may drop-off the completed application or mail to the attention of Brad Collins at 1300 Lawson White Drive in Columbia.

Maury County Sheriff’s Department Reserve Association

Service and Participation

The Maury County Reserve Deputies worked 604.5 hours in February 2020. The estimated cost-savings to the county is $9895.66 using the starting deputy rate $16.37.

We have 20 active Reserves participating within the Reserve Program.

The Reserve Deputies served 7 papers, completed 6 transports, made 14 arrests, answered 52 calls and assisted in 9 other calls.  

For the year the Maury County Reserve Deputies have served 15 papers, completed 6 transports, made 15 arrests, answered 87 calls and assisted in 14 others. For the year     the Reserves have worked 1148 hours for a total cost savings to Maury County of $18,972.76.

Personnel Information and Changes

Ray Jeter has returned to the Reserve program after serving full time with the Sheriff’s Department since2011.

We have 4 new candidates that have started their initial training to become Reserve Deputies. All new Reserves are required to finish 120 hours of POST approved training in their first year.


Again this year we are using V-Academy for most of our POST certified training. So far this year we have trained for 345.5 hours using V-Academy.


Each year in January we vote on the Reserve Deputy of the Year and make the presentation in February. Reserve Deputy for 2019 is Brad Miller. Brad started with the Reserves in 2003. He has been a Senior Reserve for several years and has volunteered 7099 hours during his time with the Reserves.

Reserved Deputies

  • 156 - 
  • 157 - Jared Ring
  • 158 -
  • 159 -
  • 160 -
  • 161 - 
  • 162 - Tommy Andrews
  • 163 - Zack McPeak
  • 164 -
  • 165 - Charles Mangum
  • 166 - David Graham
  • 167 - Alvin Morrow
  • 168 - 
  • 169 -
  • 170 - James Wilson
  • 171 - Greg Lusk
  • 172 - David Thomas
  • 173 - Brad Miller
  • 174 -
  • 175 - Ricky Sims
  • 176 - Zac Bakker
  • 177 -
  • 178 - Peter Varvais
  • 179 - Brittany Kluck
  • 180 - Nick Bell
  • 181 - Brad Horn
  • 182 - Scott Moseley
  • 183 - Billy Johns
  • 184 -
  • 185 -
  • 186 - Carlton Moore
  • 187 - Collin Henry
  • 188 - Josh Ragsdale