As the holiday season approaches, I want to personally take this time to acknowledge my staff and thank them for their important contribution to this office and our community. I want to thank each and every one of my Deputies and civilian staff for their hard work and I encourage you to do the same when you see them.
Their hard work and dedication to our office and our community is something we are all very thankful for. It has been a particular difficult year for everyone.
I would like to acknowledge our community for their tremendous support in efforts in helping make our area a safe place to live and raise a family.
When considering traveling home for the holidays, please keep in mind that COVID-19 is still very much in existent in the world and in our communities. If you are traveling, please remember to wash your hands frequently, and avoid close contact with others, and wear face covering in public.
As the CDC states, "staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others from COVID-19." With the latest technology, you can always see your family and friends for the holidays via video chat, while remaining safely in your own homes.
If you do decide to travel keep the following tips in mind:Buckle your seatbelt always. Don't drink and drive. Keep your eyes on the road and hands on the wheel. Be courteous.
Have a safe, happy & healthy holiday season.
Sheriff Michael K. Neal
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office will be receiving Trick or Treaters on October 31, 2020 at 200 South Main from 5-6:30p.m. at the front entrance of the Jail.
We are accepting donations of Candy and Decorations before the event if anyone would like to donate. For more information please contact the Sheriff's Office at 870-747-3623.
Please remember: Masks/Face coverings must be worn and Social Distancing will be required.
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office would like to thank the Walmart Foundation and Stuttgart Walmart #102 for awarding our Agency a Community Grant. We will use the funds to purchase NARCAN nasal spray for our Deputies' First Aid kits. NARCAN is a lifesaving drug which reverses an Opioid Overdose if administered in time. As Arkansas' Opioid Crisis continues to worsen, Law Enforcement is increasingly vulnerable to accidental exposure to Opioids, especially Fentanyl and other synthetic Opioids.
We would also like to thank Monica Lindley, CEO of Mid-Delta Health Center in Clarendon, and Dr. Schlalchlin, who is the Medical Director for Mid-Delta Health Center and the Monroe County Health Officer, for their assistance in obtaining reduced pricing for First Responders.
Visitation on Thursdays have been reinstated at the Monroe County Jail.
You are now able to visit everyday 7 days a week from 1pm until 3pm.
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for a Full Time Certified Officer.
Please apply in person at the Sheriff's Office.
200 S Main St, Clarendon AR 72029.
The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for a Full-Time Dispatcher. Must be able to multi-task. Must have good phone and computer skills. Must be available for Night/Weekend/Holiday shifts as needed. A criminal back-ground check will be conducted. Pick up and submit applications at the Monroe County Jail.
The Monroe County Sheriff Department recently remodeled the Dispatch center at the Monroe County Jail. The County's 9-1-1 equipment was recently upgraded, and our remodel accomodates the new equipment and monitor set-up.
Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and wlll-being of our country.
We at the Monroe County Sheriff's Office know that many will be celebrating the holiday. We want to remind you to be safe and remember to wear your seat belt if traveling. Wear you Mask when in public and practice Social Distancing.
I am honored to serve as your Sheriff and to lead a team of dedicated, professional Deputies and Administrative Staff who work daily to protect and serve the place we call home. We take great pride in serving our community where neighbors help neighbors, and where we rely on each other to uphold the principles of goodness and respect for others.
We appreciate the support of our county resident and your efforts to assist the Sheriff's office. Community policing is key to helping the Sheriff's Office maintain safety and protection for all County residents. The Sheriff's Office website provides an avenue for the public to submit information or tips to our Office via emaill to assist with these commuity policing efforts. If you have a non-emergency concern or information you'd like to share, please submit it to us.
Sheriff Michael K. Neal
There will be No visitation on Thursdays Only at the Monroe County Dentention Center until further notice.
On all other days Visitation is from 1pm until 3pm promptly.
Monroe County Jail Staff being trained on the New 9-1-1 System. The new hosted system will be going live within the next 30 days.