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Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office Mobile App

Sheriff Hafey is pleased to announce the launch of our new mobile app for iPhone and Android. This was designed as an outreach to the citizens of Pickaway County. You’ll be able to access information and many of our services right from your fingertips. The app is packed with features we believe you will find useful.

Click or tap here and download the app today


Sheriff Sales to Resume:

Pickaway County Sheriff Robert B. Radcliff announces that effective May 4, 2020, per the order of Judge P. Randall Knece, Pickaway County Common Pleas Court, all sheriff’s sales in Pickaway County shall resume.

All sales that were previously scheduled, but were suspended per the original Order, will be rescheduled by our staff as quickly as possible.

Note: Due to production changes at the Circleville Herald, future Sheriff Sale advertisements will be on Thursdays.

If you should have any questions, please contact Joyce Davis at 740-477-6000.

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Shaq Shield is a free iPhone app that provides parents with the tools and knowledge they need to protect their children from online predators. Features of the app include:

  • A Sex Offender Registry search
  • Internet safety tips
  • Glossary of Internet terminology
  • Lingo used by children online
  • Pledges by parents and children for shared internet responsibility

Guard your children from online predators. Download Shaq Shield from the iTunes App Store today.

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Elder-Abuse-ProgramDo you suspect or know of an Elder that is being Neglected, Abused or Exploited? If so, please contact this toll free number at 1-844-474-7500 or fill out the online contact form from the “more information” link below and the Coordinated Community Care Response Team will review your information and direct the concern to the necessary agency.

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The Local Project Lifesaver Program was established in January of 2008, as a joint partnership between the Pickaway County Commission on Aging and the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office.Through the efforts of Sue Frey, Executive Director of the Pickaway County Senior Center and supported by Sheriff Dwight E. Radcliff a partnership was established.

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The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office offers (Identification Cards) for the families of Pickaway County. This program is a free service we offer to help better serve and protect our loved ones.Get an ID of your child to have on hand to produce to local authorities in a unfortunate event of a child that may become missing.

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The Pickaway county D.A.R.E. (Drug abuse resistance education) program was established in August of 1990. ” At that time the program was 17 weeks long and was taught in the 6th grade in all four school” districts in Pickaway County.The D.A.R.E. officer at that time was Harold Hopkins, who along with Sheriff Dwight Radcliff, and former County Commissioner Ruth Neff, established funding for the program and set up contracts with the schools to get the D.A.R.E. program started.

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Overview – Seat belts are the most effective safety feature available in vehicles today; still nearly one in five Americans fail to regularly wear a seat belt when driving or riding in a motor vehicle. The effectiveness is indisputable. In 2008 alone, seat belts saved 13,250 lives nationwide.

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It lasts only two and a half weeks in summer. Yet the impact of the national crackdown on impaired driving extends far beyond Labor Day. Research shows high-visibility enforcement works. Stepping up enforcement will get more impaired drivers off the street and that adds up to more lives saved.Are you willing to make the crackdown count in your community?


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