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Circleville, Ohio 43113
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Sheriff Dwight E. Radcliff Announces Retirement

Sheriff Dwight Radcliff of central Ohio’s Pickaway County is America’s longest-serving sheriff, holding his post since 1965. He announced Wednesday that he will retire when his current term is over at the end of 2012.

Click Here To Read The History of Sheriff Radcliff. Article originally by: Kristy Eckert “THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH”

By |December 8th, 2011|Categories: General News||0 Comments

Welcome to our updated website!!!

The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office announces a new look and layout to our long time hosted website. We have implemented many new features to stay up with times, such as social networking. Take the time to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and our RSS feed. Download mobile apps such as Twitter or Facebook to receive up to minute notifications on news and snow emergency alerts. Use our secure online CrimeReports to submit a tip anonymously about suspicious crime in your area. Look into our new active inmates listings under booking search. We have also implemented a mobile device friendly view when browsing our site on your mobile device such as an iPhone, Droid, and Blackberry. The site will automatically detect the connecting mobile device, and make our site easily viewable.

By |November 21st, 2011|Categories: General News||0 Comments

Kids & Badges Day

The Circleville Downtown Business Association would like to extend an invitation to members of the local churches as well as students and faculty of the area schools to participate in a first ever KIDS & BADGES! Children of all ages would be given the opportunity to meet and learn more about their local service departments and their members.

By |September 21st, 2011|Categories: General News||0 Comments

Pickaway County Safe Bank Project

Financial exploitation of the elderly is be-coming an increasingly familiar problem. Regular review of news headlines reveals that elders and vulnerable adults are victimized routinely by frauds, scams and identity theft, at the hands of strangers as well as loved ones, not only in the United States, but throughout the world. As technology advances, perpetrators keep step by becoming more creative.

By |September 19th, 2011|Categories: General News||0 Comments

Drug Take Back Day

The total Non-Prescription/Over-Counter Medications received filled two (2) 55 gallon drums and one (1) 30 gallon drum. There were 130 individual prescription bottles accepted that were Controlled Medication, with 4,276 individual pills/capsules. The total street value could range from $33,000-$60,000 dollars.

By |July 9th, 2011|Categories: General News||0 Comments

Pickaway County Auction This Weekend

The county auction for the sale of obsolete property is scheduled for Saturday, August 28, 2010 at 10:00a.m. This event will be held at the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Department 600 Island Road. Circleville, Ohio 43113. Please contact the maintenance department if you have items to place in the auction.

By |August 24th, 2010|Categories: General News||0 Comments

“New” Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office Website

The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce the new and redesigned website to better help better serve the citizens of our county. The site includes a few additions, which include Project Life Saver information, SentryKids Child ID cards, updated Sheriff’s Sales search, and a more streamline website look to help with the viewing experience of our website.

By |August 3rd, 2010|Categories: General News||0 Comments

“New” SentryKIDS Child Identification Cards Program

The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office and Pickaway County Prosecutors Office has formed a joint effort to making our children safer. Be sure to check out our online events schedule to locate our next stationed event. 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. This ID card will contain the most critical descriptive information of your child that can better help an authority to retrieve or locate your missing child.

By |July 1st, 2010|Categories: General News||0 Comments

Sheriff’s Office Announces Safe Communities Director

A Director has been named for the new “Safe Communities Program of Pickaway County”. Dwight E. Radcliff, Sheriff of Pickaway County, announced today that the former Special Projects Liaison contracted to the Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Traffic Safety Office has accepted the contract to coordinate the efforts for the new program in Pickaway County. Teresa C. Carper, who served in the former position for the past year, and had worked in an office provided by the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office, will oversee the efforts to create the initiatives of the program. She will also work to coordinate Coalition of Pickaway County citizens that will work to further the importance of traffic safety issues.

“I am pleased to continue our efforts in the education of traffic safety, and look forward to overseeing the initiatives within this program,” stated Sheriff Radcliff. “Traffic safety, and the overall safety of the citizens of Pickaway County, is a major directive for the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office.

The new program is being created by a grant through the Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Traffic Safety Office. Carper, who was assigned to work with special projects in traffic safety throughout the State of Ohio, will focus efforts on traffic safety education and awareness in Pickaway County. “I look forward to this opportunity, and I am pleased to be working in a community that I have learned so much about this past year. I truly appreciate this community, and the current efforts I have seen in making this community a great place to live and to visit”, stated Carper.

Ms. Carper served as a deputy for the Ross County Sheriff’s Office for seven years, and was assigned as the Victim Advocate through a grant provided by the National Sheriffs’ Association. She was also contracted by the NSA during her tenure as a Victim Advocate, to provide technical support to law enforcement in Minnesota, as well as teaching Victim Advocacy to law enforcement in the southern Ohio area. She is a graduate of Ohio University, and has over 18 years experience in Public and Media Relations.

For more information regarding the new “Safe Communities Program of Pickaway County”, contact the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office at (740) 420-5794.

By |March 26th, 2010|Categories: General News||0 Comments

Sheriff’s Office Receives Grant for “Safe Communities” Program

Dwight E. Radcliff, Sheriff of Pickaway County, announces today the receipt of a grant to begin a new “Safe Communities” Program in Pickaway County. “I am pleased to announce this new program to be known as the ‘Safe Communities Program of Pickaway County’, and the opportunity to do all we can to reduce the number of traffic fatalities on the roadways of our community”, stated Sheriff Radcliff. “It is imperative to not only enforce the laws regarding traffic safety, but to continue our efforts to improve visibility of my deputies and to add education to complete our vision of a safer Pickaway County.”

The grant through the Ohio Department of Public Safety’s Traffic Safety Office, is funded by monies provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Safe Communities approach is to create a community-based initiative where the expansion of resources and partnerships brings awareness for the need of traffic safety education and public awareness. The program, although granted to the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office, is for all sectors of the Pickaway County Community. A Coalition will be formed with members from law enforcement, education, emergency services, business, and the general public. The mission of a Safe Community is to create safety programs that will lend to reducing traffic-related injuries and fatalities. In Pickaway County last year, there were 9 fatal traffic accidents and 14 fatal traffic accidents in 2008.

“The need to add awareness of traffic safety issues with enforcement is a great concern for my Office, especially for our younger drivers,” noted Sheriff Radcliff. “Awareness and education is key to saving lives.”

The Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office currently holds a grant through the Ohio Traffic Safety Office for High Visibility Enforcement during major Holidays and National Mobilizations Blitzes such a “Click It Or Ticket and “Over the Limit, Under Arrest”. This new grant will add to the efforts of the Sheriff’s Office to make traffic safety a priority of the Office, and for the safety of citizens and visitors to the area.

“If through education, we can get people to realize how they can increase their safety by merely putting on a seatbelt or not driving impaired, we have succeeded and used this grant well,” Sheriff Radcliff said. “The costs associated with the loss of life cannot be measured in dollars and cents, especially to those who lose someone they care about”.

For more information regarding the new “Safe Communities Program of Pickaway County”, contact the Pickaway County Sheriff’s Office at (740) 420-5794. For information on traffic related issues and programs, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at www.nhtsa.gov

By |March 26th, 2010|Categories: General News||0 Comments
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