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  Sheriff Brown photoSomething to Talk About:

Halloween Safety Tips

As Halloween approaches, the festivities will bring many to the square and communities of Newton County. To effectively reduce criminal activities during this Halloween season, we would like to encourage our citizens to: be on alert; pay attention to crosswalks and intersections; drive below the speed limits on Halloween night and pull off the road into a safe area when you are dropping off or picking up your children.

Safety tips:

  • Be alert at all times.
  • Be familiar with the type of costume your child is wearing.  Take a picture of your child’s costume before leaving home. Keep costumes short to prevent trips, falls, and other bumps in the night.
  • Cross at street corners only; obey all traffic signals.
  • Do not accept any candy from strangers.
  • Do not eat any treats before your parents inspect them.
  • Do not take shortcuts through alleys and parks.
  • Encourage the children to “trunk or treat” with their friends and older siblings.
  • Keep your children on the sidewalk; keep a safe distance from moving cars.
  • Report any suspicious activity by calling 911.
  • Wear comfortable shoes.
Sheriff Brown and the employees of the Newton County Sheriff’s Office hope you will enjoy this festive time with your children and we thank you in advance for supporting us as we support you.
34th Annual Covington Fuzz Run
Fuzz Run photo

Sheriff Ezell Brown and staff participated in the annual Fuzz Run hosted by the Covington Police Department where our Deputy Justin White was honored along with three other fallen officers on Saturday, September 9, 2017.

The participants in this year’s Fuzz Run had several options to choose: 5K, 1 mile Fun Run, and the Mary Beth’s Red Bird Run.  All proceeds from this year’s Fuzz Run were donated to the Police Who Care Inc. Fund.
Chief Carter accepted treats from students
Career Academy photo

Students from the Newton County Career Academy “Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Club” brought treats to the Newton County Sheriff’s Office on September 8, 2017 as a token of appreciation for all the service they provide to the citizens of Newton County.  Chief Jerry Carter and Ms. Haley Giles happily accepted the treats from the students.

Investigator Veronica Williams received the 2017 Georgia Accountability STARS Award
Williams Award photo

Investigator Williams received the STARS award for top performance of all drug court employees in the State of Georgia. Inv. Williams was selected to receive this award because she contributed in an exceptional way to the success of the adult drug court in Newton County.

“The Newton County Adult Felony Drug Court (NCAFDC) is designed to coordinate substance abuse intervention with judicial support through immediate sanctions and incentives process. The NCAFDC is an effort to provide a successful criminal justice treatment model that will provide services to the people of Newton County”.

CONGRATULATIONS Investigator Williams from Sheriff Brown and staff of the Newton County Sheriff’s Office!
Sheriff Brown attends “SALUTE TO THE GEORGIA SHERIFFS” in Jones County
Salute to Sheriffs photo

Sheriff Ezell Brown and members of his staff attended the luncheon in Jones County on September 21, 2017 where Sheriff Terry Deese of Peach County was honored as the “Sheriff of the Year”. Sheriff Brown was selected to give the “Invocation” and he delivered a powerful prayer for all who were in attendance and so many others.

Sheriff Reece photoSheriff Brown would like to give a special thanks to Sheriff “Butch” Reece of Jones County for sponsoring this annual event that brings the Sheriffs and their staff together as a team to fellowship and enjoy happy times together.

Academy Graduation
Academy graduation photo

Mr. William Holcombe graduated from the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) in Athens, GA and he was sworn in by Sheriff Ezell Brown as deputy sheriff on September 22, 2017 at the Newton County Sheriff’s Office. His family and the Division Commander, Captain Sammy Banks also attended the ceremony.

Welcome To The Newton County Sheriff’s Office
  • Ms. Wendy Few was hired as an Administrative Technician on September 18, 2017 in the Detention Center. Ms. Few began her career with the Walton County Sheriff’s Office. She enjoys spending time with kids, sports and target practice.
  • Mr. Karl Miller was hired as a Deputy Sheriff on September 18, 2017, in the Patrol Division. He was previously employed by the United States Postal Service and he served in the U.S. Army for 7.5 years. Mr. Miller volunteered with the Erie County Sheriff’s Office (New York) explorer program and his hobby is fixing things around the house.
  • 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. Gerald Smith was hired as a Detention Officer on September 18, 2017 in the Detention Center. He is active in his neighborhood association and his hobbies are bowling and spending time with his family.

Sheriff Brown and his “Outstanding Team” are elated to have you on board!!!

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