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Full Time Jailers Wanted

Full Time Jailers wanted. $12.50 per hour. Apply at the Monroe County Jail - 200 S Main St, Clarendon, AR 72029.

Employment Opportunity- F/T Jailers

The Monroe County Jail is accepting applications for (5) Full Time Jailers.  Positions available now.  Starting pay is $12.50 per hour.  Employer pays for health insurance.  Applications can be picked up at the Monroe County Jail at 200 S Main St., Clarendon AR 72029

Negative impact to Public Safety a Jail closure would have!!!

If the Quorum Court decides to close the County Jail,  Monroe County citizens and citizens in the City of Clarendon will be left unprotected each time a Deputy or City Officer has to transport an arrestee to one of the neighboring County Jails. 

Both the Sheriff's Deputies and Clarendon Police Department have  single officer on duty at one time.  Instead of dropping off an arrestee here at the Jail and going back out on patrol, a transport will be required, removing that officer from his/her patrol duties until he/she returns. 

This will leave the community completely unprotected for the duration of the transport. 

It is important everyone attend the Quorum Court meeting tonight to make your voice heard.  The closure of the County Jail is short-sighted and ill-advised, and the Justices of the Peace YOU ELECTED need to understand you are against this Resolution

Monroe County QC meeting tonight to close the County Jail

Please be advised the Monroe County Quorum Court has scheduled an emergency meeting tonight, July 19th, at 6pm to discuss a resolution to shut down Jail operations effective August 1st 2021. 

The location is at the County Road Yard, 717 N 11th in Clarendon. 

Come to meeting to voice your concerns about the negative impact this closure will have on the quality of life here in Monroe County. 

Employment Opportunity- Full Time Certified Deputy position

Employment Opportunity- Full Time Certified Deputy position

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is  looking to immediately hire a Certified Full Time Deputy.  

Applications can be picked up at the Monroe County Jail at 200 South Main, Clarendon, AR 72029.

Employment Opportunity- Full Time Certified Deputy position

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is is looking to immediately hire a Certified Full Time Deputy.  

Applications can be picked up at the Monroe County Jail at 200 South Main, Clarendon, AR 72029.

New Release

No Thursday Visitation at Monroe County Jail

There will be no Thursday Visitation at Monroe County Jail Until Further Notice.

 

Employment Opportunity

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is is looking to immediately hire a Dispatcher/Jailer.

All applicants must be able to pass a Criminal Background check.

Applications can be picked up at the Monroe County Jail at 200 South Main, Clarendon, AR 72029.

Home for the Holidays

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

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