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Critical Tasks Part 1
June 4, 2018
8:00am - 5:00pm
Critical Tasks Part 2
June 5, 2018
8:00am - 5:00pm
Body Worn Camera
June 6, 2018
8:00am - 9:00am
Community Policing
June 6, 2018
9:00am - 11:00am
Property & Evidence
June 6, 2018
11:00am - 12:00pm
Agency In-service
June 6, 2018
1:00pm - 5:00pm
June 7, 2018
8:00am - 12:00pm
Less Lethal Training
June 7, 2018
1:00pm - 5:00pm
1st Aid/CPR AED
June 8, 2018
8:00am - 5:00pm
  Sheriff Brown photoSomething to Talk About:

Our C.H.A.M.P.S. Program is taught to every fifth grader in Newton County Schools. C.H.A.M.P.S. stands for Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety. The program is tailored to fit the individual school needs. The instructors assigned to C.H.A.M.P.S. teach subject matters that include: Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco Abuse Prevention, Gangs and Violence, Peer Pressure/Bullying, Internet Safety, Methamphetamine and Cocaine.

At the conclusion of the course, the students participate in a very rewarding graduation ceremony where they receive rewards for various activities and they enjoy their final formal time with the instructors. In addition to receiving various recognitions, some students are allowed to share essays and other projects completed during the duration of the program. Deputy Susan Young, Deputy Kimberly Cox and Deputy Favel Edwards are certified instructors that share a passion for teaching this course and they are able to relate to the students in so many ways because they teach them for weeks and they focus on the character of the students and gain their confidence.

Since the inception of C.H.A.M.P.S. in 2009, under the administration of Sheriff Ezell Brown, over 18,000 students have completed the course. Sheriff Brown and members of his staff attend each C.H.A.M.P.S. graduation to extend words of encouragement to the students. He challenges “all students to become NBA stars in life, which stands for Never Be Arrested and Never Be Absent from school.

The C.H.A.M.P.S. Program is funded locally by business, companies and individuals in our community without the use of any tax revenue.

Investigator Jack Simpson speaks at Rotary Club
Jack Simpson photo

Investigator Jack Simpson, along with Sheriff Ezell Brown and staff attended the Rotary Club meeting on April 3, 2018 where Investigator Simpson was the guest speaker. He elaborated on his extensive career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). As an FBI agent he worked many civil rights cases including the integration of the University of Alabama, the James Earl Ray case and the Lemuel Penn murder case and he stated that case file is available on the internet for anyone who was interested in reading the case.

Investigator Simpson also stated that Director J. Edgar Hoover gave him a commendation letter for solving the Lemuel Penn case. His duties at the FBI included writing letters for Mr. Hoover and investigating discrimination cases in Middle, GA.

Investigator Simpson concluded his speech by discussing how he and Sheriff Brown have served for many years together and how they plan to continue to make contributions to the community. He also stated that he and Sheriff Brown enjoy bringing people together in peace to build a better world free from hate and criminal activity.
Deputy Cox speaks at the Opening of Closed Doors Girls Summit
Deputy Cox photo

Deputy Kimberly Cox, with the C.H.A.M.P.S./Community Outreach Unit, spoke to teens about internet safety and the dangers of social media at Alcovy High School on April 14, 2018.

Investigator Williams speaks to students at Liberty Middle School on “Teens Real Talk”
Deputy Williams photo

On April 14, 2018, Investigator Veronica Williams spoke with students on topics which included: sex trafficking, sex offenders, and sextexting. She gave an overview of Georgia’s Sex Offender Laws and mentioned crimes such as underage sex and possession of pornographic materials of underage children. She enlightened the students on how to avoid sex offenders and she emphasized how persons convicted as sex offenders in Georgia are required to register for life.

Investigator Williams stated that this was a great event and the students were very receptive to the discussions.
NCSO participates in Community Events

Deputies with the Newton County Sheriff’s Office Community Outreach Program participated in many activities in the schools and communities during the month of April.

  • Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety (C.H.A.M.P.S.) Graduations: Live Oak Elementary, Porterdale Elementary and Oak Hill Elementary
  • City Council Meetings
  • C.H.A.M.P.S. Classes taught at: Porterdale Elementary, Live Oak Elementary, Oak Hill Elementary, and Mansfield Elementary
  • HOA/Neighborhood Watch Meetings
Activities: First Methodist (Rotary Club), Family Fun Day @ Legion Field, Girls Summit @ Alcovy High School, Embodi Boys Mentoring Group, Public Safety Day @ Church 213, Recruitment Roundup and Fairview Estates Movie Night
Embodi Mentoring Group Boys Summit
Embodi photo

Sheriff Ezell Brown, along with guest speakers, spoke to teens at Washington Street Community Center on April 15, 2018.

Relay For Life 2018
Relay for Life photo

Deputies with the Newton County Sheriff's Office attended the Relay for Life event held at Church of Covington on April 27, 2018.

Welcome To The Newton County Sheriff’s Office
  • Ms. Amanda Fonseca was hired as a Deputy Sheriff on April 30, 2018. Ms. Fonseca was born in the Republic of Panama. She loves dogs and hopes to eventually work with the K-9 Unit at NCSO. She also loves sports.
  • Mr. Jerry Dudley was hired as a Deputy Sheriff on April 30, 2018. He relocated to Newton County, GA from upstate New York. Mr. Dudley enjoys music, reading, and taking long walks. He also enjoys church, friends and family. Mr. Dudley has a passion for public service.
Sheriff Brown and his Outstanding Team welcome you to the Newton County Sheriff’s Office.
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