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Crisp County Sheriff's Office is Hiring!!! Interested in a career in law enforcement? Join us and make a difference!

Crisp County Sheriff's Office is Hiring!!! Interested in a career in law enforcement? Join us and make a difference! Crisp County Sheriff’s office has the following openings: School Resource Officer Patrol Deputy Detention Officer 911 Dispatcher/Communications Officer Applications can be picked up any time Monday- Friday from 8:00am-5:00pm at Crisp County Sheriff’s Office or completed online https://crispcountysheriff.com/our.../join-our-team



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Crisp County Sheriff's Office is Hiring!!!

Crisp County Sheriff's Office is Hiring!!! Interested in a career in law enforcement? Join us and make a difference! Crisp County Sheriff’s office has immediate openings for Detention Officers and Deputies.Applications can be picked up any time Monday- Friday from 8:00am-5:00pm at Crisp County Sheriff’s Office or completed online.



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Crisp County Emergency Management Urges Crisp County Residents to Take Time to Get Ready During National Preparedness Month

PRESS RELEASE Crisp County Emergency Management Urges Crisp County Residents to Take Time to Get Ready During National Preparedness Month CRISP COUNTY- September 1, 2020 CRISP COUNTY- September is National Preparedness Month, and Crisp County Emergency Management, along with the Georgia Emergency Agency's Ready Georgia campaign, encourages all Crisp County residents to take time to prepare for emergencies. "It is important for Crisp County residents to take time during National...



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National Lightning Safety Awareness Week (30 Days of Summer Safety Days 22-26)

MONDAY National Lightning Safety Awareness week was started in 2001 to call attention to this underrated killer. Lightning strikes the United States about 25 million times a year. Although most lightning occurs in the summer, people can be struck at any time of year. Lightning kills 20 or more people in the United States each year, and hundreds more are severely injured. Source: https://www.weather.gov/safety/lightning TUESDAY If you hear thunder, you are close enough to be...



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30 Days of Summer Safety (Days 15-21)

30 Days of Summer Safety (Days 15-21) Summer is a great time for kids to enjoy different indoor and outdoor activities. Whether they are young children or teens, learn ways to keep your kids safe and healthy while they enjoy the summer fun. Day 15 Master water safety Water-related activities are popular for getting physical activity and have many health benefits. Here are some tips to stay safe while having fun. Learn how to prevent recreational water illnessesand help protect...



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30 Days of Summer Safety (Days 8-14)

Day 8 Look Before you Lock Heatstroke is the number one killer of children, outside of car crashes. As temperatures across the country continue to escalate above average highs, it is more important than ever to understand the health effects for children. Infants and young children are particularly sensitive to the effects of extreme heat and must rely on others to keep them safe. When left in a hot vehicle, a young child’s body temperature can increase three to five times as...



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30 Days of Summer Safety (Days 1-7)

Throughout June, we will be posting summer safety tips for our citizens. Day 1 June 1, 2020, marks the re-opening of more Georgia businesses. As these businesses open, we would like to remind citizens that COVID-19 is still alive in our community. Crisp County has 235 positive cases and 7 deaths. Please continue to wear masks when out in public, practice social distancing, and practice good hand hygiene. For more information on the current executive orders (Providing ongoing guidance...



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Protecting Your Property from Crime

Vehicle Car thieves, like home burglars, look for easy targets. Please remember to remove valuable items and lock your vehicles. Don’t make yourself an easy target. Lock your vehicle Do not leave windows open Do not leave keys in the vehicle Know your VIN number Carry a copy of our registration in your wallet for ease of identification in case of an emergency or theft If you want to protect your personal property, DO NOT leave it in your car. Do not leave...



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2019 Fallen Officers

Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God. Matthew 5:9



228 American Police Officers Died by Suicide in 2019

For the fourth consecutive year that such data has been collected, more American police officers have been reported to die by suicide than all other line-of-duty deaths combined. According to data released by Blue H.E.L.P.—an organization that tracks police officer suicides while simultaneously seeking to prevent such tragedies from occurring—228 American police officers died by suicide in 2019. By comparison, 132 police officers were killed in the line of duty this...



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25 Days of Christmas Safety (Days 15-25)

#25DaysofChristmas #25DaysofChristmas Beware of counterfeit money! Check to make sure your bill is legit is to look at the serial numbers on the back and front to make sure those letters match. Look for the blue and red threads that are inside our currency that is produced by the U.S. government. Marking pens come in handy to check a bill as well. Pay attention to people that may be trying to distract you. Please be mindful and ask your clerks to check all large bills handed to them for...