W.C. "DUB" BRASSELL ADULT JAIL ADMINISTRATOR JOB POSTING
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is located at 101 East Barraque St, Pine Bluff, 71611 AR. The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office phone number is 870-541-5351.
W.C. "DUB" BRASSELL ADULT JAIL ADMINISTRATOR JOB POSTING
JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER JAIL ADMINISTRATOR JOB POSTING
PERSON OF INTEREST
Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office needs your help. Each year our office coordinates with various organizations and citizens to focus on “Breast Cancer Awareness Month”, which begins in October. This year we are producing a short 60 sec public service announcement (PSA), theme “I wear PINK for”. The PSA will feature 6 individuals that have been affected directly or indirectly by breast cancer. If you have been affected directly or know someone who has then we would like to feature you in this very important PSA. We are planning to film on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Please contact us via email at email@example.com by Monday at noon or inbox us on Facebook.
JEFF CO. SHERIFF URGES PRAYERS FOR VICTIMS OF HURRICANE FLORENCE
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JEFF CO: WOMAN ARRESTED FOR ARSON AFTER BEING ACCUSED OF SETTING BOYFRIEND HOUSE ON FIRE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACT Major Lafayette Woods, Jr. Operation Commander/Public Information Officer 870.541.5351-OFFICE/870.329.5652-CELL Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SHERIFF: THIEF STEALS PACKAGE OFF FRONT PORCH, CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Jefferson County, Arkansas - July 19, 2018 – A homeowner's security cameras caught a thief stealing a package off his front porch Thursday evening at his residence near W. 12th Avenue and S. Bois D Arc Street in Pine Bluff, AR. Anticipating the delivery, the victim said that he had initially waited for the package to be delivered but have to leave his residence for a brief moment. He returned to his house a short time later and learned through a conversation with a neighbor that the package had been delivered but was picked up by an unknown black male. The victim checked his home security cameras and verified that the package had been delivered by carrier. The camera footage also showed an unknown black male arrive at the residence in what is believed to be a brown early model Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV). The thief exited the SUV and walked up to the front porch of the residence, where he proceeded to steal 50” Toshiba flat screen television in broad daylight. "Some people make planned or targeted attacks in that they follow the delivery trucks to try to see what they are carrying and to see if anybody comes to the door," Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Operations Commander Major Lafayette Woods, Jr. said. "We have also seen some random thefts where thieves either drive around various neighborhoods or simply travel on foot looking to capitalize off an opportunity. What is most important is to be on the lookout for your neighbors and watch your surroundings." The sheriff’s office also said there are other ways to prevent package stealing. "We recommend residents invest in a home surveillance video for the front of their home and even the rear," Major Woods said. "We also recommend that residents monitor online sales such as Ebay, Craigslist, and Facebook for potential stolen items. Its things like that that residents can do from home at their convenience to look for their items. Our agency and law enforcement agencies alike monitor these sites and other online platforms that offer goods for sale, but certainly the more eyes monitoring increasing the chances of recovery". Anyone with information concerning this theft or the identity of the suspect is asked to call the non-emergency number (870) 541-5300 24/7 or directly to the Criminal Investigation Division of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office at (870) 541-5496 Mon - Fri 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Information can also be shared via email at email@example.com, Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jcso1830, and Twitter @JeffCtySO. Caller's anonymity is guaranteed.
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Gerald Lewis Robinson holds the distinction of being the first African American elected sheriff in Jefferson County, Arkansas since its designation as Arkansas’s 21st county on November 2, 1829. After defeating his opponent in the November 2006 General Election, Sheriff Robinson, a devout Christian, and member of First Missionary Baptist Church was sworn into office as Jefferson County’s 31st Sheriff on January 1, 2007. Sheriff Robinson began his career in 1988 as a Deputy Jailer with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO). In 1992, Sheriff Robinson was transferred to the Uniformed Patrol Division, where his stellar work performance resulted in a collateral duty assignment as a Criminal Investigator. While assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division (CID), Sheriff Robinson quickly rose to the rank of Lieutenant before being promoted yet again to the rank of Captain and transferred back to the Uniformed Patrol Division to serve as the Division Commander. In 2003, Sheriff Robinson was asked to serve as the Division Commander for the Criminal Investigation Division and he accepted the challenge. He then served as Division Commander for the Criminal Investigation Division for just over a year before being appointed as the Under Sheriff/Chief Deputy in 2004 by then Sheriff Edward Lewis “Boe” Fontaine. Prior to his law enforcement career, Sheriff Robinson served his country in the United States Army from 1981 – 1994, during which time he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant 1st Class and served in the Persian Gulf War. Sheriff Robinson has a deep commitment to Community Policing, has served as a Cultural Diversity Instructor, and fosters a "participatory management" philosophy in which all employees are given a voice in the operation of the Sheriff's Office. Additionally, he supports continued modernization of all operations including support for the adoption of technology advances and acquiring new equipment to better serve both personnel and the public. Sheriff Robinson values community outreach, training, and professionalism. Sheriff Robinson is responsible for implementing standard operating procedures across the organization to include: • Re-allocated resources; • Redefined professional standards; • Built regional partnerships; • Advocated against domestic violence; • Increased annual revenue through the implementation of a host of programs; • Held deadbeat dads accountable; • Fought the drug epidemic; • Expanded patrols throughout the county. A Humphrey native, Sheriff Robinson graduated from Humphrey High School. Sheriff Robinson earned a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. He is a 2002 graduate of the FBI National Academy. He is also a graduate of Leadership Pine Bluff, the Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy and School of Law Enforcement Supervision as well as Arkansas Leader. Sheriff Robinson is a member of First Missionary Baptist Church, the NAACP, Arkansas Sheriff’s Association, National Sheriff’s Association, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., and Jefferson County Democrats. He has been recognized by many for his work in the field of public service to include the House of Representatives of the Eighty-second General Assembly of the State of Arkansas and being Clarence A. Jenkins Humanitarian Award for outstanding service rendered to the City of Pine Bluff, Jefferson County, and State of Arkansas. Sheriff Robinson believes that the Office of the Sheriff is a leader in providing excellent law enforcement services to a diverse community.