School Resource Officer

  • Officer Biggs
    Officer Biggs has nine years of law enforcement experience. He has been with the Loxley Police Department for six years. This will be his fifth year as a School Resource Officer in Baldwin County. He graduated from The University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology. Officer Biggs also graduated from Liberty University with a Master of Science Degree in National Security.
    In June 2022, Officer Biggs was recognized at the The Association of Alabama School Resource Officers (TAASRO) conference by receiving the Above and Beyond the Call of Duty Award. The Loxley Police Department and school administration believe that a police presence at school not only assists with school safety but also builds community relationships.
    In his free time, Officer Biggs enjoys watching sports.

    Protecting our students, teachers and employees is my priority. The Baldwin County Public School System has partnered with the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office, the Baldwin County Commission and our municipal law enforcement agencies so that ALL our school campuses have a dedicated School Resource Officer each school day.

    As part of our school system’s multi-million-dollar commitment to safety, “buzz in” – video identification check is available on each campus. Everyone must follow stated safety procedures.

    Of note, just because you hear “lockdown” does not necessarily mean there is an emergency on campus. We are sometimes alerted by law enforcement of a concern in the community that prompts us to implement our safety plan.

    Of supreme importance: if you see or hear something, say something– not on social media – but report immediately to law enforcement, a teacher or school administrator all concerns. School administrators and law enforcement will sort out the validity. Together, we form a partnership that keeps our schools safe. Thank you for being a partner!

    Anthony Sampson, Director of Prevention and Support