Lieutenant Jacqueline D. LeGree
Lieutenant Jacqueline D. LeGree was born in Hemingway, South Carolina. After graduating from high school, she attended South Carolina State University and received a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Political Science/Pre-law. She continued her advancement in education achieving a Master’s of Arts Degree from Webster University.
In 1991 and after graduating from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy, Jacqueline began her law enforcement career as a Correctional Officer with the Orangeburg-Calhoun Detention Center.
In 1994, she began the next phase of her law enforcement career and joined the Orangeburg Department of Public Safety as a Public Safety Officer. She worked for the citizens of Orangeburg City as a police officer and a firefighter.
In 1999, Jacqueline was recruited and joined the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office as a Victim’s Advocate. In 2001, she was promoted to Staff Sergeant and served as the Victim’s Advocacy Unit Supervisor.
In 2005, she was promoted to Staff Sergeant and became the General Sessions Coordinator. During this time, she was responsible for maintaining the integrity of all General Sessions’ cases and presentment of cases to the Beaufort County Grand Jury. In the nine (9) years serving within this capacity; Jacqueline was promoted to Master Sergeant.
In 2014, she was promoted to Lieutenant and currently supervises the Evidence and Property Section. She also continues to oversee the daily operations of the General Sessions Section.
Law Enforcement Officer of the Year
SC Law Enforcement Commanders School
SC Fire Academy
International Association for Property & Evidence
Lt.. Jacqueline D. LeGree