Cindy Saulman, 63, of Gloucester, has announced her candidacy in the November election for the at-large seat on the Gloucester County School Board.
“I’m invested in these kids,” said Saulman.
After serving 38 years at the Gloucester County Sheriff’s Office, 27 of which she spent leading the D.A.R.E. program, she retired as a master deputy last summer. The responsibility of the D.A.R.E. program was then passed to School Resource Officer Amanda Billups.
“I have a servant’s heart,” said Saulman.
Saulman began her career at GCSO in June 1983, working in the jail for one year and spending the next nine in civil process court security. In 1993, she was asked to become the next D.A.R.E. officer for Gloucester County Public Schools. She attended D.A.R.E. officer training and was in the schools as soon as she finished. She also completed law enforcement training in the 2000s.
In 2017, Saulman retired from the sheriff’s office but was given the opportunity to continue with the D....
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