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Sheriff's Office, Six Residents Honored for Outstanding Work in Crime Prevention
Charles County Sheriff Rex W. Coffey is pleased to announce the Maryland Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention recognized the Charles County Sheriff’s Office and six county residents for their for outstanding work in crime prevention programs at the 31st Annual Crime Prevention Awards Ceremony held in December.
Sheriff Coffey accepted the Governor’s Crime Prevention Award given to those agencies that met the 2010 criteria for Comprehensive Crime Prevention programs in areas of personal, residential and commercial security. Among its efforts, the Sheriff’s Office provides free residential and commercial security surveys and community crime prevention seminars. The Sheriff’s Office also works with citizens to establish Citizens on Patrol and Neighborhood Crime Watch groups and participates in national efforts such as National Night Out and the McGruff safety campaign.
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