New from the Montgomery County Sheriffs Office
Thank you to everyone that attended our annual Halloween Spooktacular! If you had your picture taken during the event, please visit our website www.MontgomerySheriff.com and click the “Flickr” link to view the photos.
MCSO Mobile App
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has launched an app called “MCSO Mobile”. You can install the app on your phone directly from your app store. It is compatible with apple or android phones. This new innovation will give you “breaking news” as news happens in and around the community. You can also check to see if someone is in the County Jail, has an active warrant, find out if someone is a registered sex offender, receive notification of road closures or if an inmate escapes, etc. You get all the latest and greatest news from the Sheriff’s Office!
Alabama National Fair
Another year is in the books for the Alabama National Fair. The Staff of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office enjoyed meeting citizens at our booth. For those that had their picture taken at our photo booth, you can view the photos by visiting our website www.MontgomerySheriff.com and click the “Flickr” link.
Christmas ~ The Season of Giving
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office will have a Christmas tree for the homeless on display at our agency located at 100 South Lawrence Street (downtown) from December 1st--15th. Each branch will have a paper ornament with detailed information such as gender, adult or child, clothing size, shoe size, etc. for a homeless person. We ask that all items be new and that you do not seal the container nor wrap your gift(s) so that we can make sure your gift is delivered to the correct person. If you would like to purchase gifts but are unable to come by our office, please call us and we can have a deputy bring a Christmas wish to you or we can fax or email it. Please make sure you deliver your gift(s) to the Sheriff’s Office no later than December 15th or you can contact Lisa Crenshaw at 832.1339 to arrange for a deputy to pick up your items. Please consider giving for the less fortunate!
As Sheriff of Montgomery County, I want to remind you to be vigilant and aware of your surroundings while shopping as well as disposing of your trash. We receive many calls of theft during the holiday season where someone has placed an empty box on the curb which attracts criminals. If you put a box out for trash collection, criminals know you have a new item in your home and many times they break in and steal the new item so be mindful when disposing of items.
Thank you for your continued support of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office!!