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RCSO Launches a New Website

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Richmond County Sheriff Richard Roundtree announced the launch of a new website on Thursday.
Here it is:
http://www.richmondcountysheriffsoffice.com/

Sheriff Roundtree said it’s a full-service website:

“This is another step towards interacting with the public through social media and improving transparency within the agency,” he said in a press release.

WHAT CAN YOU DO ON THE NEW WEBSITE?
* Learn about the various bureaus
* Obtain information on volunteer programs
* Get info on full-time employment opportunities
* View officer memorials
* learn about various safety techniques for personal, home and business protection
* Submit confidential tips to the Sheriff’s Office
* Read frequently asked questions

The sheriff hopes to include “opt in” programs in the future, allowing for citizens to sign up for alerts regarding road closures, crime issues within a specific geographical location or for all of Richmond County.

The Sheriff’s Office launched its Facebook page a few months back and now has over 6,000 followers. The website will allow for even more information to be easily and readily available to the public, the sheriff said.

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  2. RCSO ANNOUNCES NEW WEBSITE:
    http://www.richmondcountysheriffsoffice.com/
    Sheriff Roundtree said it’s a full-service website:
    “This is another step towards interacting with the public through social media and improving transparency within the agency,” he said in a press release.
    WHAT CAN YOU DO ON THE NEW WEBSITE?
    * Learn about the various bureaus
    * Obtain information on volunteer programs
    * Get info on full-time employment opportunities
    * View officer memorials
    * learn about various safety techniques for personal, home and business protection
    * Submit confidential tips to the Sheriff’s Office
    * Read frequently asked questions
    The sheriff hopes to include “opt in” programs in the future, allowing for citizens to sign up for alerts regarding road closures, crime issues within a specific geographical location or for all of Richmond County.
    The Sheriff’s Office launched its Facebook page a few months back and now has over 6,000 followers. The website will allow for even more information to be easily and readily available to the public, the sheriff said.
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Greg Rickabaugh
Greg Rickabaugh is an award-winning crime reporter in the Augusta-Aiken area with experience writing for The Augusta Chronicle, The Augusta Press and serving as publisher of The Jail Report. Rickabaugh is a 1994 graduate of the University of South Carolina and has appeared on several crime documentaries on the Investigation Discovery channel.
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