Spring seems to be springing late -- the rains have kept the ground soggy--but it appears the days are heating up, now. Without regard to the weather, the Sheriff's
Office is plugging ahead with ren
ewed energy and vigor. Thi
s issue of the newsletter focuses on renewal: in our jail; in our Enforcement Division; with our search and rescue team; and even in the front office.
We also have links to our annual report for the 2016 calendar year; to our new, online dog licensing page that enables you to license your dogs any time of day, any day of the week; and to a number of pages on our website designed to improve our communications and services to the public we serve!
We also include updates on a number of issues important to our constituents, as well as tremendous stories of the successes our employees have enjoyed in carrying out our mission to Conserve the Peace in our County and to make our communities a safe place live, work and recreate!
Thank you for taking the time to peruse this e-Newsletter. I
wish you and your loved ones a great and safe spring!
Sheriff Jeff Dickerson