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Press Releases

Sheriff Williams Visits with Carroll County Senior Citizens

May 21, 2018 11:57 AM

This past week, Sheriff Williams visited the Senior Citizens Friendship Center on Kensington Rd. in Carrollton. He spoke to the group of seniors and handed out informational pamphlets on how to avoid becoming a victim of scams. Sheriff Williams will be speaking on this several more times in the near future, however, locations, dates and times have not yet been announced.   ... continue reading


2018 Carrollton High School Prom

April 30, 2018 10:08 AM

This past Saturday April 28, 2018 Carrollton High School hosted their annual prom. The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office had ZERO accidents reported, major or minor! Sheriff Williams would like to extend his deepest gratitude and many thanks to the students of CHS and all prom goers for being safe and having a fun and successful 2018 prom!  ... continue reading


Carroll County Sheriff Deputies Complete CORSA Training in MILO Simulator

April 16, 2018 1:14 PM

On March 27, 28, 29 2018 all Carroll County Sheriff’s Office commissioned Deputies and courts staff of Carroll County Common Pleas and Municipal Courts participated in the MILO training simulator, sponsored by County Risk Sharing Authority or (CORSA). During the training, all individuals were given judgement scenarios via interactive media screens where they learned less lethal and non lethal options of diffusing situations when the use of lethal force is not a necessary means. The course was instructed by Steve Flory. The Sheriff requires all Deputies and personnel to have advanced training. Sheriff Williams requires a combined department total of 2,000+ training hours per year for Carroll County Sheriff's Deputies  ... continue reading


**Medicare SCAM ALERT**

April 16, 2018 12:50 PM

**SCAM ALERT** During the period of April 2018-April 2019, Medicare will begin sending out new cards to beneficiaries that will replace all current Medicare cards. The new cards will be using an alphanumeric ID system instead of social security numbers. The SCAM: Fake Medicare reps will call to tell you that you will be getting a new card, but that you will need a temporary card until it arrives, and will ask you to pay a fee of approx. $50.00 They will ask you for your pe...rsonal information so that they can process your temporary card. DO NOT GIVE ANY INFORMATION!! HANG UP THE PHONE!! NEED TO KNOW: Medicare will  ... continue reading


Carroll County Sheriff's Office Dispatchers Complete Emergency Medical Dispatch Training

April 16, 2018 12:40 PM

On April 6, 2018 all dispatchers for the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office completed a five week, 40 hour EMD course, and became certified through APCO International.  The EMD course was instructed by Samantha Jacobs, Dispatcher and APCO certified EMD Instructor.Throughout the five week course, our dispatchers became CPR certified, and participated in classroom hours which covered resource allocation, anatomy of the body and health conditions, emergency situations, and practiced real time call scenarios using the APCO EMD flip card procedures.As an Emergency Medical Dispatch Center, our dispatchers will be able to stay on the phone at the callers request and provide potentially lifesaving guidance and techniques in emergency situations  ... continue reading


The Multi County L.E.A.D. Task Force of Carroll, Tuscarawas, Harrison, and Holmes Counties

March 13, 2018 1:28 PM

On March 5, 2018 through March 11, 2018 The Carroll County Sheriff's Office, Carrollton Police Department, and L.E.A.D. Drug Task Force conducted a drug interdiction week in which we concentrated on traffic and drugs in Carroll County. During the week, the group successfully confiscated a street value of approximately $20,000.00 in narcotics.  The group rounded up seven misdemeanor drug cases, five felony drug cases and three OVI charges. In addition there were also six driving under suspension charges, and seven subjects found with active warrants.  ... continue reading