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Current Sheriff Grover Smith has announced he will not seek re-election to another term. I know what it takes to be the sheriff.” “My family lives in Escambia County, my children go to school in Escambia County,” Lambert said. My wife works for the Escambia County School System and my son is a fireman at the Atmore Fire Department.” Lambert, 48, is a native of Monroe County saying he grew up off of Butler Street at the Monroe, Conecuh and Escambia county lines. College and completed the Emergency Medical Technician Program and went to work with the ambulance service in Monroe County.
He attended Wallace Community College in Selma and completed his advanced EMT certificate.
Lambert served as police chief in Flomaton from 2005 to 2008 while also maintaining his deputy sheriff status.
In 2008, Lambert returned to the sheriff’s office as Sheriff Smith’s chief deputy. I’m raising children in Escambia County like everybody else and I genuinely care about the citizens of Escambia County.” Lambert said he feels his experience in all phases of law enforcement make him qualified to be the next sheriff.
In addition, Escambia County houses the following juvenile facility: Escambia Regional Juvenile Detention Center.
On this page you will find direct links to specific information that friends and family members of inmates will find useful: Escambia County Inmate Search, Inmate Phone use, Visitation Rules and Schedules, Commissary Deposits and Information about the Escambia County Jail Inmate Mail Guidelines.
He has training in animal control to narcotic trafficking.
Lambert also completed administrative classes, including the Southern Police Institute Chief Executive Leadership Class in Washington, D. “I’ve been trained by the DEA, ATF, FBI, Secret Service and numerous state and local agencies,” Lambert said.
He said because of that, many sex offenders have been arrested for violating the Sex Offender Notification Act.Lambert then attended the University of South Alabama to become a paramedic, while still working as a deputy sheriff.