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“The Sheriff’s View” (#44)
« on: November 11, 2013, 07:20:01 PM »

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“The Sheriff’s View” (#44)


One of last week’s highlights involved traveling to Houston with some Dixon High School students who were participating in the Regional Constitution Project competition. Also attending were several of your judges and lawyers from the 25th Judicial Circuit, along with area news media and law enforcement officers, who acted as mentors. During this portion of the two month long competition, the students participated in mock court trials, engaging in both prosecution and legal defense teams. It was very inspirational watching these talented future leaders making use of our Constitutional Amendments, while attempting to defend or prosecute a suspect in a mock criminal trial. The verdict is still out regarding who the victorious team was, but the winners will travel to Jefferson City next month for the State final competition and a chance to take home one of the available college scholarships.

We are continuing our efforts of combining resources from law enforcement agencies throughout Pulaski County, in an attempt to better service our citizens. The latest venture is to add officers from county-wide police departments to our tactical unit (PCERT - Pulaski County Emergency Response Team). This will enable us to have a larger tactical team that can respond quicker and more efficiently to any location within Pulaski County, or to assist other requesting agencies beyond county borders. The PCERT is a specialty unit that is used for search warrants, hostage situations and special enforcement details, to name a few. Your PCERT has been operational for several years, but this new joint venture will be more beneficial for all law enforcement agencies in Pulaski County.


As mentioned a few weeks back, your Sheriff’s Department will be the recipient of 5 Federal Forfeitures, with the first expected later this week. Law enforcement agencies are allowed to use forfeited funds from criminal cases for items such as equipment, training schools and vehicles, so we can definitely put these funds to good use. We are hoping for the remaining forfeited funds to arrive in the near future.

On Saturday the Pulaski County Shop with a Cop Program sponsored their first Winter Ball, which drew a good crowd of Pulaski County law enforcement officers, community leaders and local citizens. The purpose of this event was to promote the Pulaski County Shop with a Cop Program, which gives children from underprivileged homes the opportunity to fulfill their dreams of gifts and food for the Christmas holidays. I would ask our community to assist with this endeavor by visiting the Pulaski County Shop with a Cop Program on Facebook and if possible, make a financial donation that will help make a brighter holiday season for many area children.

Recently, we have been receiving complaints about individuals spotlighting and possibly poaching deer late at night. These are illegal and dangerous activities, so I ask for your help in reporting such incidents to either the Missouri Department of Conservation or the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department.

Monday (11-11-13) is Veterans Day, so please take the time to express your words of gratitude to our many local heroes who traveled the world over to help make our nation and international community a safer place. Also, don’t forget about this year’s Veterans Day Parade, which begins at the St. Robert Community Center at 11:00 AM, and travels down Route 66.   

   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