HONOR COURAGE COMMITMENT
“Over the last 35 years, it has been my privilege to wear several different uniforms in service to the citizens of this district, state and nation. I have served with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, the Arkansas State Police and as a Marine, both on active duty and in the Reserves. Last year I became a Grandfather and I want my granddaughter to enjoy the same freedoms and have even greater opportunities than I have been blessed with. I want to help insure that current and future generations can realize the promise of a better Arkansas with great jobs, excellent schools and safer communities. I believe running for the State Senate will allow me to continue my service to the people of District 13 and the citizens of Arkansas and I am excited about having this opportunity. “
- Jeff Crow
Crow is the Director of Safety and Emergency Management at Ouachita Baptist University. Previously he served as the 17th Director of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Prior to his six years at the administrative level of the Game and Fish Commission, he worked for 25 years as a State Trooper and Wildlife Officer. Crow also spent 25 years in the Marine Corps serving combat tours in Operation Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom II before retiring at the rank of Sergeant Major. Crow is the founder and president of Modern-Day Knight Training Group which provides tactical and leadership training to first responders nation-wide and he provides free training and consulting to schools, churches and communities to assist in developing security programs designed to make those environments safer.
Crow holds a Master’s in Public Administration from Arkansas State University, a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management from John Brown University and an associate degree in Criminal Justice from National Park College in Hot Springs. He is a member of the Arkansas Association of Chiefs of Police and the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. He has volunteered as an Instructor for the National Center for Rural Law Enforcement’s Rural Executive Management Institute and the University of Arkansas, Criminal Justice Institute.