If you have trouble viewing, Click to view the web version.

September 2018 Connect with us on: Facebook logo Youtube logo
UPCOMING EVENTS
 
Community
20th Annual Toy Ride
December 8, 2018
9:00am - until
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  Sheriff Brown photoSomething to Talk About:

Sheriff Brown applauds collaboration

On Monday, September 3 we experienced another traumatic event in Newton County involving Covington Police Department Officer, Matt Cooper being shot while in the line of duty. The law enforcement community is a family. When notification came out about the incident, NCSO deputies quickly responded to the scene and provided assistance as needed.

Our hearts go out to Officer Cooper, his family, and the City of Covington Police Department. Thank you to all the first responders who assisted at the scene and at the hospital including: Newton County Sheriff’s Office, Social Circle Police Department, Porterdale Police Department, Newton and Covington Fire Department, Fulton County Sheriff’s Office, Atlanta Police Department, Georgia State Patrol, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Alcovy Judicial Circuit, Newton County EMS and Atlanta Medical Center. A special thanks goes to Atlanta Medical Center Security Team for being accommodating in every way from food, to comforting words.

It is times like these when it’s necessary for us to join together as a community; lifting up one of our own in prayer and lending a hand whenever possible.

We are called to do a job that is taxing to the mind, spirit and soul, however; it is a job that is necessary and we wear the badge proudly.

I would like to personally say to Officer Cooper, we are proud of you and we appreciate you. We are praying for you and we will be waiting with open arms for your return home.

May God bless all first responders in our community and most of all, may God bless Officer Matt Cooper.

Congratulations Chaplain James Walden Sr.

On September 3, 2018, Chaplain James Walden Sr of the Newton County Sheriff’s Office was elected to serve on the Board of Trustees for The Academy of Professional Funeral Service Practice (APFSP). He is one of nine members on the board of trustees.

Chaplain Walden has been in the ministry for over 30 years and he has also been involved in the Mortuary Science field for approximately 30 years. He is a graduate of Gupton Jones College of Funeral Service and he is a licensed funeral director/embalmer with JC Harwell & Son Funeral Home in Covington.
2018 Local Law Enforcement Leadership Conference
Michael Coker photo

Newton County Sheriff’s Office hosted its 1st Annual Local Law Enforcement Leadership Conference on September 11-13, 2018 @ The Newton College and Career Academy. The conference included employees from the Newton County Sheriff’s Office, Newton County Fire Department, Newton County Administrative Services, Porterdale Police Department, DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office, Fulton County Sheriff’s Office, Henry County Sheriff’s Office and Morgan County Sheriff’s Office.

World-renowned speaker Sgt. Michael A. Coker (retired) was the guest instructor for the conference. Sgt. Coker has an extensive background in law enforcement with 20 years of service with the Portsmouth Police Department in Portsmouth, Virginia. The three-day symposium was tailored to address adversities in the workplace such as: Understanding the Workforce, Top Five Problems Within an Agency, Risk Management, Generations, Confronting Toxic Behaviors, Ethical Leadership and Keeping Supervisors Motivated.
Sheriff Brown and Captain Banks receive awards
Sheriff and Capt photo

On Sunday, September 16, 2018, Sheriff Ezell Brown and Captain Sammy Banks were recognized for their commitment and dedication to public safety. Apostle’s Walk Community Service Awards Ceremony was a celebratory event which featured a wide variety of individuals being recognized by the community in which they work and serve.

Sheriff Brown was presented with The Apostle Walk Public Safety Award and Captain Banks was presented with The Apostle Walk Outstanding Service for Uniform Patrol Award. Both awards recognize the contribution, hard work and devotion to this agency and Newton County from both Sheriff Brown and Captain Banks. It is very gratifying to work for an agency whose leadership is acknowledged by the very citizens we serve and abroad.
Academy Graduation
Academy graduation photo

Ms. Diana Luong and Mr. Jerry Gibson graduated from the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Athens GA, on September 21, 2018. Sheriff Brown, Capt. Banks, Lt. Gunter and other staff members attended the ceremony. Ms. Luong and Mr. Gibson were sworn in as deputy sheriffs by Sheriff Brown.

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 September.

  • City Council Meetings: Mansfield and Newborn
  • C.H.A.M.P.S. Classes taught at: Livingston Elementary School
  • HOA/Neighborhood Watch Meeting: Highland Meadow Subdivision
  • Activities: God and Country-Zion Baptist Church, 2018 Local Law Enforcement Leadership Conference, Georgia Sheriff’s Association Luncheon, Women’s Wellness Community Health Fair-Rockdale Medical Center, Gospel Mission Church Fall Festival, Peeks Chapel Baptist 150th Anniversary Parade, and Covington Fuzz Run
Georgia Sheriff’s Association Luncheon
Georgia Sheriffs photo
Women’s Wellness Community Health Fair
Women's Wellness photo
Peeks Chapel Baptist 150th Anniversary Parade
Peeks Chapel photo
Covington Fuzz Run
Fuzz Run photo
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. Teneka Hurt - Detention Officer
  • Mr. Boyd Stodghill - Detention Officer
Thought to ponder
Quote of the Month
Newton County Sheriff's Office © 2018. All Rights Reserved
www.newtonsheriffga.org