In 2000, Dustin realized he wanted to work in law enforcement, and soon after, he started with the Shasta County Sheriff’s office. He put in his time working with the local jail, and soon made it to patrol.
In October 2010, Mrs. Reynolds received the call no police wife wants: “You need to come to the hospital, there has been an accident.” Dustin was in the hospital receiving 28 staples in his head from a harrowing altercation.
Now that he has recovered, Dustin makes a strong impact on his community. He works as a Detective for the Shasta County Coroner’s Office, and is noted for his ability to offer comfort for other families during tough times in their lives.
Dustin continues to do presentations at local schools, showing children what life is like in law enforcement. He is also very active in coaching youth football.
- Kid Conferences – Getting to Know Your Students - September 9, 2022
- Welcome Back to School – First 10 Days Prep and Plans - August 2, 2022
- 24 End of the Year Virtual Field Trips- for Free! - April 21, 2022
I am one of those families blessed by Dustins ability to comfort in times of need. He is very good at what he does. And out of a tragedy, I am proud to say that I gained a great and true friend!
U deserve this. Hope and pray u get it
Way to go Dustin! Thanks for being there. Serve and protect.
Dustin is a great man dedicated husband, friend, and police officer . He was there for me when my mom died and is a man’s man…. I couldn’t think of a better person to receive this honor.
Thank you Dust. We are so proud of you and blessed to call you a friend.
Go Dustin!!! Good Luck