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Georgia’s ‘stand your ground’ law explained

It seems as though everyone has been following the case against George Zimmerman and the shooting death of young Trayvon Martin.

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Being alert at all times key to safe jogging

Features Columnist

A couple of months ago in my April article, I shared my concerns about the safety of our citizens who ride bicycles on the public roadways in Dougherty County.

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If you see something, say something

Features Columnist

May is an incredibly busy time of year. One out of 10 weddings occurs in May, with an average guest list of 178 people.

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Spring’s time for bikes — and safety

Sheriff's column

As sheriff, I am deeply concerned with the safety of all citizens. One area of specific concern is the safety of those citizens who ride bicycles on the public roadways in Dougherty County.

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Bill would cut revenue stream for law enforcement

As your Sheriff, I must pay attention to legislation being proposed in Atlanta to see the impact that it may have on the safety and well being of our citizens here in Dougherty County.

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Raffles more than buying a dollar ticket

The Sheriff Speaks column

Under Georgia law O.C.G.A.15-16-1, the sheriff is assigned four specific duties. They are to (1) maintain peace, (2) protect life, (3) protect property, and (4) provide services to the community.

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Remember to give thanks each day

With another Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror and the Christmas season upon us, I want to take time to give thanks and reflect on this past year.

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Practice precaution during the holidays

The holiday season is upon us. Unfortunately, many holiday shoppers may fall prey to unscrupulous criminals who hang out in mall and shopping center parking lots, doing their “shopping” from the packages placed in parked vehicles.

Sheriff outlines youth initiatives

Dougherty County Sheriff Kevin Sproul explains his Crime Prevention and Intervention Unit’s role with youth.


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