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Reserve Deputy Positions Filled  - Job Posting Closed

 

We would like to sincerely thank everyone who inquired with our office and took the time to apply for the position of Reserve Deputy.  January 21 marked the first night of training for the 8 newly selected candidates for Fayette County Reserve Deputies.  The Sheriff's Office holds a Reserve Officer Basic Police School each year.  Anyone who still has an interest in becoming a Reserve Deputy should expect the position to be open for application near the end of 2014 to fill the 2015 Reserve Officer Basic Police School.

 


 

Fayette County Sheriff's Office Introduces Improved Smartphone App

 

 

                                                

Fayette County Sheriff Bobby Riles announced today that his office has launched an updated smartphone app that allows the office to communicate much more effectively with the community.  The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office app is a free download for users and is available for Apple and Android smart devices.  Users of the app will have access to real-time detention center information, plus lists of non-custodial parents and most-wanted criminals. The Sheriff’s Office will also be able to send news and alerts directly to users’ smartphones – notifying them about anything from bank robberies and missing persons to escapes, weather warnings and more.

“This app lets us get important information right to people’s fingertips,” said Sheriff Riles. “The app greatly improves our ability to serve the public, and that’s what we’re here for. We’re thrilled that we can provide this to the community free of charge.” The app is also fully integrated with the county’s victim notification service, VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday). “More and more people are getting the information they need from their cell phones,” said Sheriff Riles. “This app gives us another way to try to keep the public informed.”

 


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