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New Monthly Reports
Fayette County Sheriff's Office is publishing a new monthly report
available online for download. This report will detail statistics
regarding calls for service, jail, patrol, communications and warrants.
Click on the monthly reports tab in the menu bar to the left to
view these reports.
interested in becoming a Reserve Deputy Sheriff?
Fayette County Sheriff's Office is looking for men and women interested in
filling our next Reserve Office Basic Police School. The class generally
begins near the end of January and runs through May. Reserve recruits
attend this 200 hour police academy at the Fayette County Sheriff's Office on
Tuesday & Thursday nights from 6pm - 10pm and on Saturdays from 8am - 5pm.
If you think you might have an interest in becoming a Reserve Deputy and are
willing and able to commit the time to attending the 200 hour academy, contact
Captain Travis Davenport at 901-466-3905 or Reserve Lieutenant James Thomas at email@example.com
for more information.
Fayette County Sheriff's Office asks citizens to be aware and alert as the fall
hunting season approaches. This season generally experiences a spike in thefts of
ATV's and trailers. Remove the keys from ATV's and ,if possible, store
inside a locked garage or shed. Use a tongue lock device on trailers and
secure them to a stationary object such as a post or tree using a heavy chain
when not in use. Investigators also state that "out of sight is out of mind." Avoid keeping
these items where they are in plain view for would be thieves who are looking for
easy targets. Also, take the time to copy down your serial numbers and
take photographs of these items. With the aid of serial numbers and
photos, investigators stand a much greater chance of recovering stolen items and
returning them to theft victims.
HERE to download a form that will
allow you to easily copy down serial numbers of major items.