The Madison County Sheriff's Office currently employees two full-time School Resource Officers at the Sugar-Salem School District (http://www.SugarSalem.com). They work with the school students, parents, and faculty dealing with any school-related crime and prevention. They are also ultimately in charge of school safety.
Lieutenant Cameron Stanford
Lt. Cameron Stanford started for the Madison County Sheriff's Office in 2001 as the Sugar City Resident Deputy, working previously for Rexburg Police / Ricks College Division for 5 years. He is a Patrol Lieutenant, and spends a great part of his day writing grants for the county, which provide much of the funding necessary to equip the deputies with the tools they need to perform. He also oversees Madison's Homeland Security Program. He has worked with the schools for 7 years now and enjoys the interaction with the students and staff. Lt. Stanford is also a certified D.A.R.E. instructor.
Lt. Stanford's school office - (208) 356-4437 x8318.
Corporal Moroni Burton
Cpl. Burton started for the Madison County Sheriff’s Office in 2003 in the detention division and shortly thereafter transferred to the patrol division. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from Brigham Young University, Idaho, and has also earned his Advanced Certificate from the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training. He is currently a Patrol Corporal and a School Resource Officer in the Sugar-Salem School district where he teaches D.A.R.E. and oversees the program for the district. He is also the Idaho State D.A.R.E. Training Coordinator and currently the only D.A.R.E. mentor in the state. He is a certified marine deputy and is the commander of the Madison County Search and Rescue.
Cpl. Burton's school office - (208) 359-5925.