Captain Frank Reynolds
Captain Frank Reynolds has been in law enforcement for over 17 years and is currently the Commander of Field Operations for the Pickens Sheriff’s Office.
Captain Reynolds began his law enforcement career in 1994 with the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office. There, he attained the rank of Sergeant and was the West Precinct’s Evening Watch Commander. He spent eight years on their SWAT Team, with five of those years as the Sniper Team leader. He is Master SWAT certified and has attended military and federal law enforcement sniper courses. Captain Reynolds left the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office to gain International experience in Iraq working with the State Department’s High-Threat Protection, World-Wide Personal Protection Services from 2005-2008. There, he provided close personal protection for High Value Targets (“HVTs”) such as Heads of State, US diplomats, and high ranking military leaders.
Captain Reynolds has a Bachelors degree from Reinhardt University and is a graduate of the Professional Management Program from Columbus State University. Captain Reynolds attended the 244th session of the FBI National Academy and is currently working on his Master of Public Administration from Columbus State University. Captain Reynolds holds advanced law enforcement certifications in management and supervision and is a specialized instructor in both firearms and selfdefense.
Captain Reynolds believes in setting a high standard for himself and those in his charge. He expects all deputies working within his command to be professional, ethical, and moral. He is a strong proponent of building a positive relationship with the community and law abiding citizens