Kiwanis Laurel

Pictured left to right: Lowell Howell, Kiwanis Club of Laurel president, and Lt. Robert Little with the Jones County Sheriff’s Office. Photo/submitted

(LAUREL - MAY 8, 2019) Kiwanis Club of Laurel members heard an informative presentation by Lt. Robert Little with the Jones County Sheriff’s Office at today’s regular meeting at the Laurel Country Club.

Lt. Little has worked for Sheriff Alex Hodge at the Jones County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) since 2008 in various roles including patrol, K9, criminal investigations, narcotics, corrections and SWAT. He currently serves as the Narcotics Division supervisor and commander of the SWAT team.

Lt. Little holds several certifications including Certified Forensic Interviewer, Active Shooter Response Instructor, NRA Firearms Instructor, FBI Certified Hostage Negotiator and a Remote Pilot Certificate for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) from the Federal Aviation Administration. Lt. Little spoke to Kiwanis members and answered numerous questions on illegal narcotics trafficking, recent law enforcement officer involving shootings and JCSO SWAT operations.

Lt. Little attended Mize High School, Jones County Junior College, Belhaven College, and is a veteran of the Mississippi Army National Guard. He and his wife, Jennifer Carr Little, have two children, Patrick and Nataleigh, and attend Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Laurel.

The Kiwanis Club of Laurel meets most Wednesdays at noon at the Laurel Country Club. Guests and prospective members are invited to attend our meetings and learn more about our philanthropic work benefiting children.

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