Name: Jarryd Rauhoff
Birthplace/where you were raised: Laurinburg
Where do you live now? Spring Lake
Employer: Fayetteville Police Department
Job title: Lieutenant. I supervise police services for approximately 1/3 of the city of Fayetteville. Additionally, I am the chairperson for the Fayetteville Police Department’s Special Olympics fundraising initiatives. I am also active in our opiate addiction and drug diversion program, LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion). I also teach at the Fayetteville Police Academy.
Education: Bachelor of Science in homeland security, Herzing University; and Master of Science in criminal justice public administration, Liberty University.
What are your guiding principles? I will work every day to be a better man than I was the day before, for myself, for my family, and for those who have placed their faith in me. I will always have the courage to stand up and speak, but I will never lose the courage to sit down and listen. I will be grateful for the days that are easy, and determined on the days that are hard. I will never forget that great peacemakers are people of integrity, honesty, and humility.
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How do you volunteer your time in the community? Special Olympics fundraising
Who has helped you achieve success in your life and career? My family and my mentors at the Fayetteville Police Department.
What goal would you like to accomplish before turning 40? Become published.
What’s your favorite book? “The Servant” by James C. Hunter
What are your hobbies? Cinema, hiking, international travel
What’s your most prized possession? My coin collection.
If you had a theme song for your life, what would it be? “Simple Man” by Lynyrd Skynyrd