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4th of July Safety- Message from Sheriff Neal

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office wishes you and your family an exciting and safe 4th of July holiday. The 4th of July holiday is a celebration of our becoming independent as a Country on July 4th,1776.

If your plans are to celebrate with an at-home fireworks display, please make sure you practice safety and know the laws in your area.

Remember that fireworks can pose a fire and safety hazard to those who use them. Use cation when shooting fireworks, and be sure to follow these recommendations:

- Have a fire extinguisher available and know how to operate it.

- Closely supervise children around fireworks at all times.

- Never light fireworks indoors or near dry grass.

- Point fireworks away from homes, and keep away from brush,  leaves and flammable substances.

- Always have a bucket of water available.

For anyone who is traveling this 4th of July weekend, remember to always wear your seat belt and never drink and drive instead call a designated driver to get you home safely. Not only do you risk your life when you drive impaired, you are putting the other drivers you share the roadway with at risk, too. 

Also, please keep in mind the Social Distancing rules and regulations when traveling and spending time with family and friends.

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office wishes everyone a fun, safe, and healthy 4th of July weekend!

Sheriff Michael K. Neal

 

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Monroe County Sheriff's Office escorts Special Olympics Torch

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is pleased to send a Deputy to assist in escorting the Special Olympics Torch between Little Rock and Searcy today. 

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Job Announcement- Dispatcher

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. 

Monroe County Sheriff's Office Thanks Rivianna Foods

The Monroe County Sheriff's office would like to thank Rivianna Foods of Brinkley for their generous gift.  The funds will be used to purchase important Personal Protective Equipment for our Deputies.  In these critical times, our Agency is especially grateful for Rivianna Food's commitment to the Public Safety and the safety of our Deputies!

Monroe County Sheriff's Office Thanks Blue and You Foundation

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office and the Monroe County Jail would like to thank the Blue and You Foundation for a Healthier Arkansas for granting us a $1,000.00 Mini-Grant.  The funding allowed us to purchase a fully sanitizable food cart to deliver the prepared meals from the Jail kitchen to the Jail Blocks.  This unit is designed to be fully cleaned and sanitized after each use, and will hold  up for  years of service.

 The new cart is fully enclosed so it protects the food from biologic, physical, and chemical contamination in compliance with accepted Commercial Kitchen Food Handling Practices.

Thank you, Blue and You Foundation!

 

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Monroe County Sheriff's Office Thanks T&S Sawmill!

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office would like to thank T&S Sawmill in Clarendon for protecting our Deputies during the COVID-19 Pandemic! 

T&S Sawmill generously donated the funds to obtain an emergency supply of Hand Sanitizer from Rock Town Distillery in Little Rock.

This Hand Sanitizer is a critical tool in our fight to keep our Deputies and staff safe, and we would not have been able to obtain this supply without T&S Sawmill stepping in and assisting us!!!

Job Announcement- Full Time Certified Officer

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. 

Sheriff's Office thanks local citizen for face masks

Sheriff Michael K. Neal, and the rest of the Sheriff's Office and Jail staff would like to sincerely thank Cyndi Doepel, of Brinkley, for making us protective face masks. 

Mrs. Doepel sewed the colorful masks and they have been issued to Deputies and Jail Staff. The fabrics she selected had bright patterns, and she even included some 'pink camouflage' versions!

Especially during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Sheriff's Office is committed to the health and safety of the citizens of Monroe County, and the Deputies that protect them.  

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Job Announcement- Dispatcher

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. 

On-Site Visitation suspended at Monroe County Jail

ON-Site Visitation at the Monroe County Jail has been suspended until further notice. 

Visitation from your home, on your mobile device remains available.

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