On May 4th, the Caroline County Sheriff's Office participated in the 3rd Annual Eastern Shore Police Associations Fallen Officer Memorial Ride and Ceremony.
The purpose of this annual ride is to honor the memories of Police Officers that died in the line of duty while working on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
This year the ride drove by two (2) locations where two of our Eastern Shore officers died on duty. This is a very important ride that Camp ESPA (Eastern Shore Police Association) puts on once a year to support the law enforcement Memorial that honors our fallen heroes who died in the line of duty while working the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
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The age old question posed often to children is – "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Getting to explore lots of interesting options is what Career Day at School is about. Thanks to the adult presenters, the students at Federalsburg Elementary School learned some surprising things about some professions, and were introduced to the Caroline County Sheriff's Office K-9 unit.
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We just updated our "CrimeReports" views to show more activity in Caroline County handled specifically by the Sheriff's Office.
Sheriff Randy Bounds is asking that you take a moment and go to www.crimereports.com and view our activity in your neighborhood.
Sign up for FREE and get almost real time alerts to your email or phone of crime and Sheriff's Office activity that happens around your home. You can also set up virtual neighborhood watch programs with your neighbors.
Make sure that you go to the top menu titled "Advanced Search" on CrimeReports and then "select all"....then save. This allows you to view local registered sex offenders in your area as well.
Staying informed about your community gives you the edge to keeping you and your family safer, and not becoming a victim yourself.
On May 2, 2013, members of the Caroline County Sheriff's Office celebrated the 30 years of dedicated service of Sergeant Frank Meyers.
Family and friends were present to share this time with Sgt. Meyers. Pictured below is Sheriff Randy Bounds presenting Sgt. Meyers with his "shadow box" that contains his badge, and other elements of the uniform he proudly wore for 30 years. Congratulations on your retirement Sgt. Meyers!
On 2/15/13, eight of Caroline County Sheriff's Offices Corporals graduated from the Wor-Wic Criminal Justice Academy's "Police First Line Supervisor School". This was an intense 2 week leadership and management course designed specifically for law enforcement officers.
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