Sheriff's Office Records Division Employee Receives Award

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Dawn Cordrey with her HusbandMid-Shore Pro Bono (MSPB) recently honored the volunteer attorneys who enable the organization to assist low-income residents of five Mid-Shore counties with civil legal matters. Its annual Pro Bono Awards Reception was held on October 27 at The Milestone in Easton, hosted together with Mid-Shore Council on Family Violence.

Executive Director Sandy Brown and Board President Jesse Hammock presented plaques to the Mid-Shore Pro Bono award recipients, along with citations from local legislators.

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2011 Torch Run was a success

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2011 Law Enforcement Torch RunOn June 8th, 2011, The Easton Police Department hosted the Talbot County leg of the 2011 Maryland Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics. Members of the Caroline County Sheriff's Office, and Sheriff John R. Bounds, were in attendance to take part in the event.

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Caroline Sheriff's Office honors fallen officers

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Cpl. Bryan PerisOn May 7th the 1st Annual Memorial Motorcycle Ride traveled from points throughout the Eastern Shore to the Memorial Wall of Camp ESPA (Eastern Shore Police Association) located at 5425 Sharptown Rd in Eldorado MD.  Among those participating, specific riders were handpicked to carry flags in memory of fallen officers from the 9 counties of Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

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Sheriff's Office takes part in career day

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On May, 8th, 2011, Children at the Federalsburg Elementary school will have more thoughtful answers to the eternal question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" after a recent career day with the Caroline County Sheriff's Office, and other professionals in various careers.

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Caroline Sheriff is on NIXLE

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Nixle's technology provides public safety and government officials from senior administrators to police commanders with the first opportunity they have ever had to immediately deliver neighborhood-level content to geographically targeted consumers via cell phone (text messaging), email and the Web.

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