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THE SHERIFF’S VIEW #24
« on: June 24, 2013, 04:19:33 AM »

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         THE SHERIFF’S VIEW
        #24
BY: Sheriff Ronald Long
   
This week began with a visit from an auditor for the Missouri Department of Public Safety regarding how we handle our juvenile offenders, along with keeping of juvenile records. We have strict guidelines we are required to abide by when handling juvenile offenders, especially relating to keeping young teenagers separate from adult offenders while in our custody. The auditor met with our dispatch manager, Kim Luttrell, who is also tasked with maintaining the records of all juvenile offenders once they are in our custody. I am pleased to announce that Ms. Luttrell and our deputies have done an excellent job with our juveniles, due to the outstanding review our agency received from the State.

Throughout my tenure, one primary goal has been to help promote a teamwork concept with all public safety agencies in our area, which includes police, fire and EMS. Last week we were approached by one of our local fire departments, who conveyed they were in need of a used sedan for fire and arson responses. Chief Deputy Groves and Sgt. Bench have been working for several months to stream-line our fleet and make it more efficient. In doing so, they have been weeding out the older vehicles by selling or taking them off line. To help meet the needs of the requesting fire department, we will be donating one of our off-line patrol cars to them, which will be put in service to help serve our citizens. It is always a pleasure to help our fire fighters.

 As we discussed a few months ago, improvements to our jail continue. This week the Turnkey Company was in the Pulaski County Jail, installing equipment to make jail services more “high-tech.” Once all machines are in place and our correction officers fully trained, many improvements will be seen. To mention a few, inmates will have access to over 100 commissary items, including food and toiletry items, along with e-mail and video conference phones for their attorneys and family members. Also, our corrections staff will no longer be handling any financial transactions, including having to store and inventory cash that inmates possess when incarcerated, due to ATM-like machines that inventory cash and return it with a debit card when the inmate is released. Family members will also be able to feed money to inmates via the internet, which can assist the inmate with commissary items and bail bonds, along with court and attorney fees. This new system will help to free up time and financial responsibilities regarding the inmates, along with assist in generating addition revenues that can used for all jail operations, including boarding cost and personnel.

On Tuesday, I travelled to Jefferson City and met with other Missouri Sheriffs to discuss the CCW (Carrying a Concealed Weapon) changes and issues. In brief, beginning January 01, 2014, county sheriffs in Missouri will handle all aspects of the CCW licenses. Also, new laws will make it a criminal act to release information about CCW license holders to any outside business or agency. These are some very positive changes for us, and will assist in protecting your Second Amendment rights.

The gray moment of the week was having to make a press release about a ninety-one year old Pulaski County resident who was severely beaten during a home invasion robbery. The bright portion of this story is the victim is recovering, and we are making significant progress in bringing these heinous offenders to justice. Unfortunately, as of this time, we are not able to release many details surrounding our investigation but be assured that once arrests are made, we will make a full media press release. 

On Thursday, I had the honor of presenting the commencement address to the most recent graduating class of the Marine Corps Military Police Academy on Ft. Leonard Wood. What an honor this was to be in the presence of 64 new Marine Military Police Officers and their families. This brought back personal memories of when I attended my daughter’s Basic Training graduation in 2008 on Parris Island, South Carolina. I certainly felt the excitement of the recruits and their parents, along with the Marine Corp Commanders in the room. Without a doubt, the United States has the best military in the world, and it was an honor to share a short moment in time with them!
 
   This concludes another week’s summary as your Pulaski County sheriff, and I hope to see you here again next week. For more information about the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department and other related items of interest, please visit our Web-site at (www.pcsheriff2.com), or on Facebook.

As always, stay safe and do something positive for your community.

Sheriff Ronald Long




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Re: THE SHERIFF’S VIEW #24
« Reply #1 on: June 24, 2013, 06:10:40 PM »
Ron,
Well done on getting the commissary upgrade. When we tried it the inmates gave us a small riot and destroyed the first machines the company had put in place.  The company then withdrew to rethink the idea and we were left hanging. Which was stupid on the inmates part because the big advantages of the system go to them. But there are also many good points that go to PCSD over this concept so it was well worth the work.
JB


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Re: THE SHERIFF’S VIEW #24
« Reply #2 on: June 24, 2013, 06:12:41 PM »
And 10-4 and agree on the outstanding job Kim Luttrell does for us. I am surprised that nobody has tried to hire her away from us.
JB

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Re: THE SHERIFF’S VIEW #24
« Reply #3 on: July 19, 2013, 05:43:34 AM »
Have the people that hurt the 91 year old man been arrested?