CITY-COUNTY OBSERVER “MONTHLY SPEAKER SERIES” LUNCHEON GUEST IS VANDERBURGH COUNTY SHERIFF NOAH ROBINSON
City-County Observer event Chairman Steve Hammer stated “that our “Monthly Speaker Series” luncheon focuses on homegrown businesses and politically successful individuals. Mr. Hammer says; The CCO MONTHLY SPEAKERS SERIES luncheon features unique and insightful stories of success and perseverance from prominent community leaders that tend to fly under the public radar.” “We understand that there are a lot of successful entrepreneurs and political leaders who, because of economic, technological, or political challenges, have experienced a negative impact through their careers”
Event sponsors are County Commissioner Ben Shoulders and his wife Shannon Shoulders. Commissioner Shoulders said; “The CCO “Speaker Series” has turned out to be a great resource for locally owned and developing businesses and elected officials.” We are extremely pleased to announce that the extremely popular Vanderburgh County Sheriff Noah Robinson will be our guest speaker at the September 27, 2023 luncheon event at Evansville. This event is full.
Sheriff Noah Robinson is a Newburgh, Indiana native who graduated from Castle High School. Sheriff Robinson attended the University of Southern Indiana where he received his Associate’s Degree in Social Science and his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. Sheriff Robinson joined the Owensboro Police Department in 1999 and served the City of Owensboro until he was appointed as a deputy with the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office in March of 2001.
Sheriff Robinson became a field training deputy in 2003 and spent eight years assigned to Motor Patrol. In 2009 Robinson was promoted to the rank of sergeant and spent the next five years assigned to the Professional Standards Unit where he developed policy and procedure for the agency as well as conducted internal investigations. Robinson was promoted to the rank of lieutenant in June of 2014, assigned to headquarters, and placed in charge of information technology, public information, and grants. Robinson served was then promoted to the rank of major and served as the executive commander of the Administration Division from 2018-2019. He later served as the Sheriff’s Chief Deputy and second in command of the Office from 2019 until 2021.
Sheriff Robinson was elected to the Office of Sheriff in November of 2022 and began his first term on January 01, 2023.
Since assuming Office, Sheriff Robinson re-designed the proposed jail expansion, adding capacity to include a mental health unit and a substance use offender unit. Sheriff Robinson successfully lobbied the Council to approve the final round of funding for the jail expansion project, which is set to commence in the Winter of 2023. Sheriff Robinson partnered with Southwest Behavioral Healthcare to provide mental health crisis response in the county. Robinson embarked on an ambitious recruitment campaign, taking a chronically understaffed jail to nearly a full complement of officers in just nine months. Sheriff Robinson plans to unveil his flagship neighborhood-based policing program later in 2023.