CAPTAIN OF PATROL SERVICES
Wayne White began his law enforcement career with the Sheriff’s Office in 1992 as a patrolman, after serving as a reserve officer for the BCSO and Cleveland Police Department for five years.
White is a graduate of Lee University (1985), the Tennessee Law Enforcement Basic Training Academy (1992) and is an Ordained Bishop in the Church of God.
White was promoted to Patrol Shift Lieutenant in 2005 after serving as Sergeant for six years. In September, 2014 White was promoted to Sr. Lieutenant over the Patrol Division prior to promotion as Captain of Patrol Service in March 2016.
During his 24 years with BCSO, White has attended numerous specialized training schools including: Crime Scene Investigation, Chemical Weapons Familiarization, Command Level Leadership, Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement, Domestic Violence, Field Investigation, Traffic Scene Investigation, TBI Latent Finger Print Development and many more. White also served on the mounted patrol for three years.
White is married to Kathy White and has two married children and four grandchildren. He and his family attend Mt. Olive Church of God where he has serves as an Elder Councilman.