Category Archives: Sheriff’s Blog

Looking out for pedestrians

School’s (almost) out for summer, and that means you can expect to see more children outside enjoying the break. Before your kids are out of school, now is the time to go over pedestrian safety with them. Everywhere you go, you’ll see someone walking with their attention on their smartphone. This can be dangerous for…
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Thank and remember officers who serve our community

It's great to live in a community that supports law enforcement. I routinely remind the men and women of the Sheriff's Department we're very fortunate to serve citizens who believe in what we do and stand behind us in a variety of ways. Next week is an opportunity for you to formally come out and support…
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Honoring those who work in corrections

Just as President Ronald Reagan did 33 years ago with a presidential proclamation, I’d like to use my space for this week’s Sheriff's Blog entry to call upon you to recognize the contributions of the correctional officers of our county. This week is National Correctional Officers and Employees Week. We’re marking the occasion with special…
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Keeping our motorcyclists safe

May is designated National Motorcycle Awareness Month. With many of our county and state residents owning motorcycles, it’s important to be aware of their presence while on the roads. How many times have you driven a frequent route only to arrive at your destination without realizing it? It’s easy to operate on autopilot, especially after…
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