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New Deputy Spotlight: Taylor Sullivan


Please join us in welcoming Deputy Taylor Sullivan back to Faulkner County Sheriff's Office!

Deputy Sullivan's dad was a Loadmaster in the Air Force, and a part of her life was spent in Japan. Her family moved back to Arkansas in 1997. She grew up and attended schools in Conway, and she graduated high school in 2009. Following high school, she worked at Conway Farm and Home to pay her way through college.

In 2012, Deputy Sullivan was given an opportunity that changed her life forever. Former Sheriff Karl Byrd offered her a position as a Deputy with the Faulkner County Sheriff's Office. She spent three years with FCSO before getting hired by Conway Police Department, which is where her career took off.  After two short years on patrol with CPD, she was moved into the Criminal Investigations Division. She primarily worked Crimes Against Children, sex crimes, and cyber crimes. She was a part of many different task forces including Denied Innocents Task Force and National Child Protection Task Force. Deputy Sullivan spent three years in CID before moving back to patrol. During her time with Conway PD, she met many goals and accomplished several milestones. She obtained an instructor certification and is now an adjunct instructor with Central ALETA. Deputy Sullivan completed Crisis Negotiations certification, Child First Forensic Interviewer, and Advanced Supervision. Thus far, her proudest certification and moment is being the first female Firearms Instructor at Conway PD.

In late 2021, Deputy Sullivan took a position with the Arkansas Insurance Department, where she investigated insurance fraud. It didn't take long for her to realize she is most happy on patrol. Deputy Sullivan returned to the Faulkner County Sheriff's Office in June 2022- where she got her start; it is home.

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