Uniform Patrol Division
Captain Jeremy Baker
Captain Jeremy Baker is a resident of Berkeley County. Growing up in Ladson he attended Stratford High School and graduated in 1996. Captain Baker graduated from Trident Technical College with a degree in Criminal Justice in 1999 and then attended College of Charleston where he graduated with a Bachelor in Psychology in 2001. Captain Baker started with the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office in 2000 as a Reserve Deputy and was hired fulltime in 2001.
Captain Baker started as a Patrol Deputy and then transferred to the K-9 Unit where he was promoted through the ranks. Captain Baker has been assigned to various federal task forces to include the FBI violent crime task force and the DEA Task Force. Captain Baker is married to Dana Baker and they have one child together, Owen. Captain Baker is responsible for the following functions in the Sheriff’s Office.
Captain Baker oversees and supervises 63 officers under his command, Uniform Patrol Division and he also monitors the Reserve Program.
The Uniform Patrol Division is comprised of four separate 12-hour shifts, two day shifts and two night shifts, supervised by a Lieutenant and two Sergeants. The two Sergeants are assigned to supervise deputies that patrol the northern and southern portions of Berkeley County. This process allows for zones identifications, which provides sufficient coverage and quicker response times by deputies.
Deputies respond to an assortment of calls within the county of Berkeley, assisting all citizens and other municipalities when called upon for service or assistance.
Below is a listing of assistants and contact numbers for the Uniform Patrol Division.
|Administrative Assistance||Cynthia Richburg||843-719-4452|
|Patrol Shift Supervisors|
For any complaints, extra patrol, Ride-A-Long, special community events, etc., please call 843-719-4452 or 843-719-4329.