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The most recent news articles and community updates regarding the Henry County Sheriff's Office can be found here.  The content of this page is updated as activities at the Henry County Sheriff's Office merit sharing with the community.  For additional information regarding a release, please contact Capt. Jack Oakman, Professional Standards, at (770) 288-7034.

  • Henry County Sheriff's Reserves Reach 40 Years of Service

    Reserve units exist in law enforcement agencies of all sizes and jurisdictions including many of our nation's largest. The Henry County Sheriff's Reserves have reached a landmark of 40 years of service to the citizens of Henry County. 

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  • Fallen Henry County Deputy Memorialized

    The name of Henry County Sheriff's Office's Deputy Marvin Jerome Scarlett will be memorialized among the names of fallen Georgia Peace Officers who perished in the line of duty.  His name will be added to the memorial wall at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Forsyth.  To learn more about the Ceremony and Deputy Scarlett click below.

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  • Join us at the Special Olympics Torch Run
    Once again the Sheriff's Office is lending a helping hand to Georgia Special Olympics by participating in the Law Enforcement Torch Run.  Click below to learn more about the event and how you too can help. read more ...
  • Sheriff Expands Deputies Life Saving Abilities

    Minutes matter when a heart attack strikes and having the right equipment and properly trained personnel close by can make a lifesaving difference.  To better prepare his Deputies to assist, Sheriff Keith McBrayer acquired Automatic Electronic Defibrillators.

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  • Sheriff Encourages 100 Mile Challenge

    Henry County Sheriff Keith McBrayer challenged his employees to match his efforts to walk or run 100 miles in 100 days.  The purpose was to make employees aware of what little effort is required to improve their health and stamina.

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  • Sheriff McBrayer Warns Residents Of Financial Fraud

    A large financial fraud scheme has been sweeping through Henry County as well as other Metro-Atlanta counties.  Residents are being asked to place money on a Green Dot card to satisfy a debt or fines from a law enforcement agency.  The Henry County Sheriff's Office does not solicit fine via telephone and does not accept Green Dot Cards for any reason.  For more information click here.

     
 

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