Chambers County Sheriff’s Department Press Release

Captain Jason Fuller began his life of service to his community around the age of 14 by becoming an Explorer with Valley Police Department. At the age of 21, the Valley Police Department also hired him as a full-time officer and sent him to the Alabama Police Academy where he excelled and completed this rite of passage into law enforcement. In 1996, Jason transferred his service to the City of Camp Hill where he diligently served until 2001 when the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office was fortunate enough to hire him as a Deputy Sheriff.
In nearly 21 years of serving with the Sheriff’s Office, Jason’s career excelled with the final accomplishment being with the rank of Captain. During his time of service, he held many positions that included numerous assigned tasks and eventually was assigned as Department Head over the Solid Waste Division for the County. There he also fulfilled the duties of Code Enforcement officer and managed the Chambers County Land Fill. Captain Fuller was elected by his peers as the FOP Lodge #20 president due to his passion and calling into law enforcement where he held high the values of service to his community and his fellow officers. Captain Fuller was one of the original SWAT team members of the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office. He also became the Commander of the Chambers County Multi-Jurisdictional SWAT Team, the Commander of the Chambers County Sheriff’s Dive Team, and spent time as an Investigator at the Detention Facility.
Jason always had a smile on his face, a positive attitude, and friendly greeting when he came to work. He loved his coworkers and they loved him in return. He loved collecting vintage motorcycles and won several awards for showing them. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle so much that he participated in benefit bike rides as well as attended Bike Week in Panama City and Daytona.
Without a doubt he will be sorely missed by his Law Enforcement family and all who knew him.