Please join us in welcoming our two newest employees to the NCSO Detention Division.

Joey Palos begins his law enforcement career today with the NCSO after recently completing 5 years of military service in the U.S. Navy.

Taitum Palos is returning to the NCSO as a Detention Officer after a brief hiatus.

Along with welcoming our officers, I would like to share a photo that truly depicts a families community service.

James Palos served 24 years with the Corsicana Fire Department with five of those years as a Navarro County Sheriff's Office Reserve Deputy.

Joey Palos, who entered the
U. S. Navy after graduating high school and upon completing 5 years of service to his country, immediately applied at the NCSO and was hired allowing him to continue serving his community.

Jacob Palos, is currently serving our community as a Corsicana Police Officer.
(Jacob and Taitum are also husband and wife.)

Congratulations to you both and the best of luck in your new and returning position.

Please join me in saying thank you for this families dedicated commitment to community service.

Sheriff Elmer Tanner

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