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Family Fun Day
June 6, 2015
Turner Lake Complex
12:00pm - 4:00pm
Critical Tasks Training
Newton County Law Enforcement Training Center
May 26, 2015
8:00am - 6:00pm

Cultural Diversity Training
Newton County Law Enforcement Training Center
May 28, 2015
1:00pm - 3:00pm

Courtroom Demeanor
Newton County Law Enforcement Training Center
May 28, 2015
3:00pm - 5:00pm

TASER Certification & Recertification
Newton County Law Enforcement Training Center
June 1, 2015
8:00am - 2:00pm
  Sheriff Brown photoBuild-A-Bike Day 2015

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office partnered with the Washington Street Community Center to participate in Newton County’s first Build-A-Bike event sponsored by Golden State Foods (GSF) Foundation on May 16, 2015.

GSF Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children and families in need in the areas where GSF associates live and work.

The Build-A-Bike program includes a 1 hour instruction about safety, goal setting and the value of hard work that was facilitated by NCSO. The program is designed to help a child develop his or her sense of self-reliance, adventure, strength and character. The success of the Build-A-Bike program is due in large part to the partnerships and the support of local bike shops and law enforcement that act as a resource for future tune-ups and safety lessons.

Over 40 bikes were built, with the help of GSF volunteers, parents of the children, NCSO staff and the Washington Street Community Center staff. GSF participated in building more than 1,000 bikes this year. The effort was driven by a common purpose to provide deserving school-aged children from the Newton County community with their own, and often first bikes.

The children and parents were escorted on a bike trail from the Washington Street Community Center to the Newton County Courthouse Square by NCSO and the Covington Police Department. NCSO is proud to partner with GSF.

Newton County Sheriff's Office held safe driving event at Newton High
From: newtoncitizen.com

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office hosted the Choices & Reality program on April 25 with the goal of bringing to light driving hazards and how they affect an individual’s life. Along with NCSO, speakers from Arrendale Correctional Institute, Atlanta Transitional Center, the Newton County Detention Center and Covington Ford spoke on a variety of topics.

“Topics ranged from drinking and driving, substance abuse, texting and driving, seatbelt use to everyday choices and the effect they can have on your life,” said Covington Ford vice president Matt Crowe.

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Build-A-Bike Day: On May 16, 2015, Washington Street Community Center held a Build-A-Bike event, sponsored by Golden State Foods and Newton County Sheriff's Office. Over 40 bicycles were built, by volunteers from Golden State Foods, for kids in the community. Kids were taught bicycle safety by Newton County Sheriff's deputies, and were escorted by deputies on a bike trail to the Square. Over 1,000 bicycles were built across the country by Golden State Foods volunteers.

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Choices and Reality Program: McKenzie Crowe, from Arrendale Correctional Institute, speaks to teens attending the Choices and Reality held on April 25, 2015. The Newton County Sheriff's Office hosted the event.
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