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Educational Support Officers
Educational Support Officers Program
The Educational Support Officers (ESO) Program was established in 2013 following the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut. The Educational Support Officers Program was developed to increase patrols and security in the County's seven Local School Districts. The ESO Deputies are dedicated to working with each district's administration, faculty, and staff to improve security. 

ESO  Deputies
 Deputy Cultice.jpg  Deputy Scott Cultice


Deputy Scott Cultice has over 15 years of law enforcement experience. Deputy Cultice is certified as a school resource officer, ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) training instructor, and certified in active shooter incidents. Deputy Cultice has taught and been involved with several school safety and educational programs in every grade level. Deputy Cultice has served in the Uniform Patrol and Jail Divisions, and was a D.A.R.E. instructor for 7 years.

E-Mail Deputy Cultice:

Phone: (937) 521-2105

 Deputy Eubanks.jpg  Deputy Chad Eubanks

Deputy Chad Eubanks began is career with the Clark County Sheriff's Office on April 19, 1999. Deputy Eubanks is assigned to all schools on the eastern side of the County. Deputy Eubanks has been awarded the Ohio Distinguished Officer Medal of Valor, named Deputy of the Year, and has received numerous commendations throughout his career. Deputy Eubanks served in the Jail and Uniform Patrol Divisions prior to being assigned to Community Services as an Educational Support Officer.

E-Mail Deputy Eubanks:

Phone: (937) 521-2188