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Sheriff Brown welcomes new employees

Six new employees began their exciting career with the Newton County Sheriff’s Office this month and they are recipients of the “market adjustment salary increase for PEACE officers, jailers and firefighters” that was approved by the Board of Commissioners.  I would like to emphasize again how important it is for EVERYBODY to work together as a team to accomplish the mission and goals of the Newton County Sheriff’s Office for the benefits of our citizens.

National Night Out at Lyndhurst Subdivision
National Night Out photo

Newton County Sheriff’s Deputies, along with Conyers Police and Newton Fire Department, spoke to residents attending the National Night Out event on August 1, 2017.  This occasion was an “Awareness Event” concerning public safety for the citizens that included a question and answer session.

Sheriff Brown attends event at the Rockdale Regional Youth Detention Center

Sheriff Brown attended the first Annual Leading Lady Dance at the Rockdale Youth Detention Center on August 5, 2017.  The event provided a night of fun, laughter and love for the youth.
Every youth had a special Leading Lady or staff to attend the event.  They escorted their Leading Ladies into the gymnasium with pride and they took a picture with Commissioner Avery Niles.

“The young Sirs performed their dance at the start of the program and surprised their Leading Lady with a rose at the end”.  There were several speakers who inspired the youth at this distinguished event which included Commissioner Niles, Facility Administration, Advisory Council, Sheriff Brown, and some of the youth.

“Regional Youth Detention Centers (RYDC) provides temporary, secure care and supervision to youth who have been charged with offenses or who have been adjudicated delinquent and are awaiting placement.  In addition, youth who have been committed to the custody of DJJ are sometimes placed in an RYDC while awaiting treatment in a community program or a long-term facility”.
Metro Atlanta Bass Club Kids Fishing Derby
Fish Derby photo

Deputies with the Newton County Sheriff’s Office attended the Metro Atlanta Bass Kids Fishing Derby event at the Hwy 278 Social Circle Fish Hatchery DNR facility on August 5, 2017. Activities at this event included a fishing contest where the kids competed for the most caught fish and the largest fish. The kids caught the fish and they were released back into the lake.

Lunch was served and a hosts of awards and prizes were given to the kids. They surprised the kids with school supplies that included books, paper, pens, pencils and crayons.
Youth Empowerment
Youth Empowerment photo

Deputies with the Newton County Sheriff’s Office attended and spoke during the Youth Empowerment meeting on August 5, 2017 at Denny Dobbs Park. During the event, they addressed issues plaguing our community such as drug abuse prevention, gang violence and interactions with law enforcement, in an effort to empower youth with personal growth tools to inspire them for a successful school year. Free food, school supplies, giveaways, fun games and activities were also provided.

Bill Pickett Rodeo at Georgia International Horse Park
Rodeo photo

On Sunday, August 6, 2017 the Newton County Sheriff’s Office along with special guests, attended the Bill Pickett Rodeo at the Georgia International Horse Park in Conyers, Georgia.  Sheriff Ezell Brown was the Grand Marshall for the event, and special guests enjoyed a day of food, fun and horse riding.

Chief Carter accepts care packages for the inmates
Donation photo

Chief Carter accepted care packages from the Beta Charity Organization at the Newton County Sheriff’s Office on August 11, 2017.  The care packages included items that the inmates had placed on their “wish list”.  We would like to thank the Beta Charity Organization for donating the supplies to our inmates.

P.E. Day at Newton High School
PE Day photo

Deputies with the Newton County Sheriff’s Office attended the P.E. Day event at Newton County High School on August 12, 2017. The students participated in physical activities and they were challenged to exercise on a regular basis.  The students received T-shirts at the end of the event.

Hero Day at Zaxby’s
Hero Day photo

Deputies with the Newton County Sheriff’s Office C.HA.M.P.S. Unit attended “Hero Day” at Zaxby’s on Brown Bridge Road on August 19, 2017 where they acknowledged “Heroes” in the community.

“Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety, C.H.A.M.P.S., was founded in 2003 by the Georgia Sheriff’s Association. The program includes a twenty-three lesson plan curriculum taught by C.H.A.M.P.S. certified Deputy Sheriffs tailored to meet the unique needs of students so they can resist destructive behavior”.

“C.H.A.M.P.S. is taught to every 5th grader in Newton County Schools with subject matters to include: Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Abuse Prevention; Gangs and Violence; Peer Pressure/Bullying; Internet Safety; Methamphetamine; and Cocaine”.
Stand Against Violence at Enclave Subdivision
Enclave photo

Sheriff Brown, Captain Banks and deputies with the Community Outreach Unit spoke to residents of the Enclave Subdivision during their Stand Against Violence event on August 23, 2017.

Welcome To The Newton County Sheriff’s Office
  • Mr. Malachi Dave was hired as a Detention Officer on August 21, 2017 in the Detention Center. Mr. Williams recently graduated from high school and he’s beginning his career with the Newton County Sheriff’s Office. He is a musician and he enjoys playing the guitar, riding horses and motorcycles.
  • Ms. Jacquetta McCoy was hired as a Deputy Sheriff on August 7, 2017 in the Uniform Patrol Division.  Ms. McCoy has worked as a Criminal Justice Adjunct Professor.  She is committed to the values of NCSO and she plans to contribute to the continuous fulfillment of the mission of the Newton County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Mr. John Restivo was hired as a Deputy Sheriff on August 21, 2017, in the Uniform Patrol Division. Mr. Restivo worked with his Father’s Towing and Repair Business previously. He was an Explorer with the Conyers Police Department for nine years.
  • Mr. Da’Von Sydnor was hired as a Deputy Sheriff on August 21, 2017 in the Uniform Patrol Division.  Mr. Sydnor worked with the Georgia Department of Corrections previously. He is happy to be a part of our team and he can’t wait to become a Deputy Sheriff.
  • Mr. Clifford Williams was hired as a Deputy Sheriff on August 21, 2017 in the Uniform Patrol Division. Mr. Williams is currently attending school and he is pursuing a Criminal Justice Major. He loves to play flag football.
  • Ms. Tequila Wilson was hired as a Detention Officer on August 7, 2017 in the Detention Center.  Ms. Wilson was employed as a Security Officer with State Farm and Verizon Wireless. One of her goals is to maintain security within the institution and oversee the health and safety of staff and prisoners.
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