The Davidson County Sheriff's Office Crime Prevention Unit is a proactive program that provides the public with information to help identify and minimize the risks of becoming a crime victim. These programs teach citizens how to enhance security and safety for themselves and their neighborhoods.
The Crime Prevention Unit also offers classes on church and business security. They also help organize community watch programs where communities work as a team to observe activity in their neighborhood. The Crime Prevention Unit has programs for children and adults.
Sergeant Randy Holbrook started his career at the Davidson County Sheriff's Office in 2001 after serving in the United States Navy for 24 years. Sgt. Hobrook started in the Detention Center and was later transferred to the civil division where he served as a process server. In 2004, Sgt. Holbrook transferred to the Breaking & Entering Task Force where he is currently assigned. In addition to the B&E Task Force, Sgt. Holbrook serves as the Sheriff's Office Crime Prevention officer and supervises lake patrol. Sgt. Holbrook is a member of the Davidson County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard and Crisis Negotiations Team.