Sheriff presents Goldonna student with honorary deputy certificate

School Resource Officers spend most of their school year ensuring our school campuses, students and faculty are protected and safe according to Sheriff Stuart Wright.
SRO’s do much more than that they show support and gain trust from students.
Deputy Brian Turner, a NPSO School Resource Officer and DARE Instructor assigned to Goldonna Elementary School in Goldonna met a special student over the course of the past two years that has the goal and ambition to be a police officer.
Haiden Black, 12 years old, attends Goldonna Elementary in the 7th grade.
On June 27, surrounded by family, friends, his principal, teachers and school support staff Haiden attended a surprise meeting at the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office arranged by Deputy Turner.
During the meeting, Sheriff Stuart Wright swore in Haiden J. Black as an Honorary Deputy Sheriff in Natchitoches Parish.
He was also presented a Honorary Deputy Sheriff Certificate.
Haiden said with a big smile on his face, “I didn’t expect this. I’ve always wanted to be a police officer.”
Haiden’s parents are Joe and Brooke Black. Joe is a State Probation and Parole Agent.
Thank you Haiden for your Support of Law Enforcement.