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Clinton Robinson named Claiborne County Sheriff’s Office ‘Top Cop’



Claiborne County Sheriff Edward Goods, left, and investigator Chris Satcher, right, congratulate Clinton Robinson, center, on his "Top Cop" award. (Photo courtesy CCSO)
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Normally, Central Mississippi Crime Stoppers holds a big banquet during National Police Week where law enforcement officers around the state are presented with awards and recognition. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s festivities were canceled, but awards were still given to deserving officers.

Friday, Clinton Robinson received his award for being the Claiborne County Sheriff’s Office “Top Cop” for this year. Robinson, a 16-year law enforcement veteran, serves as a patrol shift supervisor. He was previously the assistant chief of police in Port Gibson. He is a graduate of the Mississippi Law Enforcement Training Academy.

Chris Satcher, an investigator with the 9th Judicial District, was on hand to present the award on behalf of Crime Stoppers. He presented Robinson with a certificate, a gift card, a check for $100 along with the actual “Top Cop” trophy.

“During this short period of time, Shift Supervisor Robinson has exemplified leadership skills that go beyond the call of duty,” said Claiborne County Sheriff Edward Goods. “We are truly thankful for his dedication and hard work.”

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