The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has a contract with Bethel Township to have one deputy assigned to ensure a vigilant presence within the township. Deputy Robert Durham is assigned to Bethel Township.
Biography of Deputy Robert Durham
Deputy Robert Durham is a 2007 graduate of Beavercreek High School and is a lifelong resident of Greene County. He graduated from the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy at the Greene County Career Center in 2010. Deputy Durham began his career in law enforcement in 2010 as a Police Officer for the Village of South Charleston, Ohio. During his time at the South Charleston Police Department, he was promoted to Sergeant-working patrol. While at the South Charleston Police Department, he was certified through the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy as a Field Training Officer. In 2015, he transferred to the Enon Police Department to work as a Patrol Officer and a Field Training Officer.
Deputy Durham began his career with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office on October 18, 2017. Prior to being assigned to the Uniform Patrol Division, he was assigned to the Jail Division where he was a field training officer for newly hired deputies. He is now currently assigned to the Uniform Patrol Division, assigned specifically to Bethel Township. Deputy Durham is also a member of the Crisis Intervention Team at the Sheriff’s Office.
If you have any community concerns or tips you wish to share with Deputy Durham you may email him.