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20th Annual Toy Ride
December 8, 2018
9:00am - until
  Sheriff Brown photoSomething to Talk About:

Sheriff Brown – Seasons

A season is a division of the year marked by changes in weather, ecology, and amount of daylight. On Earth, seasons result from Earth’s orbit around the Sun and Earth’s axial tilt relative to the ecliptic plane.

What does it say?
Life is made up of many different seasons.  And not just seasons like winter, spring, summer and autumn. Different seasons of life for different emotions and different responsibilities.

What does it mean?
The Lord created different seasons in our lives to shape us, help us deal and create us into who He intended us to be. He uses seasons to show us that He is good and can “make everything beautiful for its own time”. Seasons (good and bad) are ways for God to capture our hearts and our faith.

What does it mean to me?
God will change the season of life I’m in when He’s ready to change something about me. There are some more difficult seasons, but The Lord just wants me to trust Him through each and every season. No matter what kind of season I’m going through, I can remember that God always promises to make it beautiful in His time.

Inv. Jack Simpson’s “Special Day”
Jack Simpson photo

On October 10, 2018, Inv. Simpson was recognized by FBI Director Christopher Wray for being the oldest certified on duty peace officer in the United States. Director Wray came to Atlanta to speak to members of the Society of Former retired Special Agents of the FBI.

Congratulations Inv. Simpson for your many accomplishments in your law enforcement career!
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 October.

  • Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety (C.H.A.M.P.S.) Graduation:  Livingston Elementary
  • City Council Meetings: Newborn and Mansfield
  • Career Day Events: Livingston Elementary School & Newton College & Career Academy
  • C.H.A.M.P.S. Classes taught at: Livingston Elementary, Live Oak Elementary,
    East Newton Elementary and Fairview Elementary
  • HOA/Neighborhood Watch Meetings: Stone Lea Subdivision, Chestnut Corners Subdivision, and Wynfield Subdivision
  • Activities: Home Depot Kids Safety Day, Abiding Grace Fall Festival, Porterdale Elementary Fall Festival, Change the World, Team Taylor Fundraiser Walk, South Salem Elementary Fall Festival, Law Enforcement Day – Peachtree Academy, Red Ribbon-Rocky Plains Elementary, McIntosh Trail Head Start, Rocky Plains Elementary School Fall Festival, Enclave Subdivision Basketball Game and United Fellowship Fall Festival – Legion Field
Newton County Judicial Center Dedication Ceremony
Judicial Ceremony photo
Sheriff Brown and members of the Newton County Sheriff’s Office were in attendance at the Newton County Judicial Center Dedication Ceremony held on October 19, 2018. The dedication address was given by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Honorable Clarence Thomas. Other speakers included: Newton County Chairman Marcello Banes, Rev. Eric Lee (Springfield Baptist Church), Superior Court Judge Horace J. Johnson Jr., Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton, Superior Court Judge John M. Ott, Superior Court Judge W. Kendall Wynne Jr., and Superior Court Judge Samuel D. Ozburn.
Team Taylor Fundraiser Walk
Team Taylor photo
Sheriff Brown and deputies with the Community Outreach/C.H.A.M.P.S. Unit attended the Team Taylor Fundraiser Walk on October 27, 2018. During the event, Sheriff Brown awarded Taylor Rose Layne an honorary “Sheriff for the Day” plaque. Also in attendance were elected officials of Newton County.
Newton College and Career Academy Networking Luncheon

On Tuesday, October 30, 2018, Sheriff Ezell Brown and members of his staff participated in the Newton County College and Career Academy’s Luncheon where they were able to dialogue with students regarding their respective future career paths. After listening intently to the students, Sheriff Brown and his staff were instrumental in providing a wealth of invaluable information and directions to successfully prepare them for job interviews, and insight on their future careers.

Sheriff Brown and his staff encouraged the students to surround themselves with positive  people, create a dream board, set realistic goals, believe in themselves, acknowledge their attributes and always strive to excel in whatever their hearts desire in life.
Halloween Celebration – October 31, 2018
Halloween photo
NCSO Annual Halloween Celebration allows for a fun and safe environment to bring the entire family together on Halloween night. Sheriff Brown, Captain Banks, C.H.A.M.P.S., Community Outreach, Explorers and Community Policing Divisions joined forces to support this joyous celebration by providing an excess of 12,000 treats to children at Covington Square and Kroger’s in Newton Plaza.
NCSO host the 12th Annual Halloween Shut-In for registered sex offenders

Newton County Sheriff’s Office and the Department of Community Supervision sponsored this annual event on Tuesday, October 31, 2018.  Deputy Veronica Williams along with Probation and Parole Officers sponsored this annual event for those sex offenders under supervision.  The goal of the event was to keep the high risk sex offenders from having any contact with children on Halloween night.

The sex offenders listened to presentations from guest speakers for this year’s event which included Sheriff Brown with the Newton County Sheriff’s Office, the Honorable Judge Horace Johnson Jr., with the Superior Court of Newton County, and Assistant District Attorney Binford Bramblett with the District Attorney’s Office.  The sex offenders were attentive to all the speakers and they were allowed to have a Question & Answer session with the different speakers. The sex offenders were attentive to all the speakers and were allowed to have a Question & Answer session with the different speakers.

There are currently 279 registered sex offenders in Newton County.  You may view a current list of the registered sex offenders by logging on to NCSO’s website - www.newtonsheriffga.org
Welcome To The Newton County Sheriff’s Office

Sheriff Brown and Staff would like to welcome you to the Outstanding Newton County Sheriff’s Office!

  • Ms. Korvette Adams
  • Mr. Cody Fountain
  • Ms. Erika Jackson
  • Mr. Austin Albino
  • Mr. Anthony Michael Patrick
  • Ms. Shkayla Moore
  • Mr. Peter Douglas
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