Our Treasurer is Deputy Kimberly Sutton, of the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department. Kimberly grew up in Redlands, CA and is a graduate of Redlands High School, where she was a cheerleader and a member of the track team. She went on to receive her Bachelor’s degree in Criminology with a minor in Business Administration from Saint Leo University. After graduating from college, Kimberly became a program director for a non-profit working with at-risk youth. While in this capacity, she became interested in a career in law enforcement.
In 2006, Kimberly became a deputy sheriff with the SBSO, and spent the first five years of her career as a deputy assigned to the Glen Helen Rehabilitation Center. She then transferred to Central Station as a patrol deputy, where she has been since. As a patrol deputy, Kimberly has seen some of the worst situations a person can be exposed to, and as such, it has become her goal to teach today’s youth how to thrive as individuals and have a positive impact on others. As such, she was a natural selection as Treasurer, where she heads the committee to gather funding for our philanthropic needs.
Kimberly is married to a San Bernardino Sheriff’s deputy, and is the proud mother of two children, and the step-mother to three more. Kimberly and her family have been members and ministry volunteers at the Rock Church and World Outreach Center for the past 10 years.
Kimberly is so excited to be a part of the Inland Empire Blue Belles, and serve in the capacity of Treasurer. This organization allows her to extend her passion and love for service to the community, and particularly to her law enforcement family. You can reach Kimberly directly at email@example.com.