Lieutenant Todd Calhoun

Joined the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office in 2004.
Originally from New York.

Lieutenant Todd Calhoun serves as the acting Court of General Sessions Coordinator for the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office, presenting cases for indictment to the Grand Jury. Lieutenant Calhoun is also the acting liaison with the 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office and assists the Special Services Commander in managing Court Security and Juvenile Services.

Prior to joining the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office, Lieutenant Calhoun served as a Patrol Deputy with the Tioga County Sheriff’s Office in New York and as a patrolman with the City of Cortland Police Department.

At the Sheriff’s Office, he has worked through the ranks in patrol, criminal investigations, the Multi-Agency Drug Task Force and the Crime Suppression Unit. Lieutenant Calhoun also held a commission as a Special Deputy United States Marshal Service with the Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force.

Education

  • State University of New York
    Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Career Highlights

Training

  • New York State Bureau of Municipal Police Training Academy
  • South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy
  • United States Department of Justice Narcotics Investigations School
  • LECC Narcotics Commander School
  • FBI-LEEDA Command Leadership Institute

Affiliations

  • South Carolina Gang Investigators Association
    Member
  • National Alliance of Gang Investigators
  • FBI-LEEDA

Community Involvement

  • LowCountry Alliance for Healthy Youth