ICSO Deputy Jaime Welborn and her canine partner Tito.

Special to Iredell Free News

Deputy Jaime Welborn has been promoted to youth program education deputy and canine handler with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office.

She will bring the ICSO Mobile Classroom into the community to provide information about the use of impairing substances, gang activity, technology safety, and prescription drug and illegal narcotics use.

Deputy Welborn and her partner Tito will work closely with ICSO school resource officers and make regular visits to schools throughout Iredell County.

A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Deputy Welborn has worked in law enforcement since 2000. She earned her Advanced Law Enforcement Training Certification, Hostage Negotiator Certification, School Resource Officer Certification, and a Certified Community Police Officer Certificate from the North Carolina Justice Academy.


Do you have an upcoming event and think the Youth Education Mobile Classroom would be a great addition? Deputy Welborn’s presentations can be tailored to any age group and is a free service provided by the Sheriff’s Office. If you are interested, please call Sheriff Darren Campbell at 704-878-3180.