Updated: Jan 14
BCSD is proud to announce that Corey Goble, a veteran Law Enforcement Officer, has been appointed as the new School Safety and Security Director for the Baldwin County School District. Mr. Goble is the first person to hold this position.
Corey Goble began his career in 1998 with the Jones County Sheriff’s Office but later moved to the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office where he was promoted to Detective in 2006. Goble left the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office in 2011 and continued his employment with the Bibb County School System as its Chief Investigator and Safety and Security Manager.
Corey Goble grew up in Calhoun, GA and graduated from Calhoun High School. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Georgia College, as well as a Master of Science Degree in Emergency Services Management - Risk Management from Columbia Southern University.
In 2016, Mr. Goble was awarded the American Red Cross Hometown Hero Award. He has received numerous certifications from FEMA, the US Department of Homeland Security, the Georgia Public Safety Training Center, and many others. He has also served as a contributing author to the guide “Seven Important Building Design Features to Enhance School Safety and Security” developed for the Indiana Department of Education by Safe Havens, and shared with other states including Maine, and two Canadian Provincial departments of education.
Mr. Goble and his wife, Lauren, live in Jones County with their three-year-old Basset Hound “Anabelle.” Lauren serves as the Director of Georgia Ag In The Classroom through the Georgia Farm Bureau and serves on several State and National agriculture policy committees, including being on the Board of Directors for the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture and the National Ag In The Classroom Board of Advisors. They enjoy traveling - especially to America’s National Parks, outdoor events, backpacking and hiking, Georgia Bulldogs Football, Atlanta Braves Baseball, and concerts.