Deputies Lauren Sandifer and Sean Heidman.
Deputies Sandifer and Heidman bring many years of experience teaching the D.A.R.E. and Y.E.S.S. programs.
They teach in all of the middle schools and high schools in unincorporated Douglas County in the 7th and 8th grade health classes and varying classes in the high schools. When time allows they also teach in the elementary schools and provide parent academies. The educational focus is on teen relationships, substance abuse, and digital safety. They work hard to build positive relationships with the students that will last a lifetime.
Deputy Lauren Sandifer
Deputy Sean Heidman
Deputy Sean Heidman is the newest member of the Y.E.S.S. program, joining our team of law enforcement educators for the 2016-2017 school year. As a former counselor and case manager for youth, he enjoys finding creative ways of providing young people with the tools and knowledge to succeed in a demanding world. Sean holds Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Psychology and joined the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office as a Deputy in 2014. He is passionate in his service to the youth of Douglas County and looks forward to assisting in the continued growth of the Y.E.S.S. program.