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2015 EASTER EGG HUNT AT GRANDVIEW PARK

Four of our Reserve Deputies took the time to pose for a photo with the Easter Bunny at Grandview Park Saturday morning, March 28th.  These gentlemen volunteered their time for the annual easter egg hunt.  Our Reserves volunteer a lot of time for us and we are forever greatful for this group of men and women that give back to their community and make our job at the Sheriff's Office much easier.  Thank you.

 

ST. PADDY'S DAY sTEP ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITY REPORT

Woodbury County participates in state funded traffic enforcement projects throughout the year.  These projects are usually designed around holiday's that tend to lend themselves to the increased consumption of alcohol.  As we all know, with St. Paddy's Day, comes the increased flow of green beer at the local pub's.  The Woodbury County Sheriff's Office increased it's patrols from March 13th through the 17th to help stem the possible increase in intoxicated drivers.  We do this for everyones safety.  Below is the report submitted back to the State of Iowa with the numbers from our project. 

St. Paddys Day sTEP Enforcement Activity Report 2015

 

CONGRATULATIONS LT. TODD HARLOW ON YOUR PROMOTION

Long time Woodbury County Sheriff's Office Sergeant Todd Harlow has been promoted to Lieutenant and will be commanding the jail during evening and early morning hours.  Lt. Harlow started as a Correctional Officer in March of 1987 with Woodbury County.  He was promoted to Corporal in late 1987 and to Sergeant in 1993.  As a Sergeant, Todd has supervised all the jail shifts.  He has seen it all and dealt with it all in the correctional setting.  Anyone in this business knows the difficulty in working corrections and making a career out of it.  He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to his new position.  Thank you Lt. Todd Harlow from everyone at the Woodbury County Sheriff's Office.

Lt. Harlow

 

SGT. BLUFF ELEMENTARY 3RD GRADE GETS COURT HOUSE TOUR

On Friday, March 13th, the Sgt. Bluff 3rd grade class visited the Woodbury County Courthouse.  Part of the tour, which is hosted by Board Chairman Mark Monson, was held in Judge Steven Andreasen's courtroom.  Judge Andreasen explained how the judicial branch of state government operates.  Woodbury County Attorney P.J. Jennings talked about how the County Attorney's Office operates and Sheriff Dave Drew spoke about his office and how county law enforcement works.  Below are photos of the entire class in Judge Andreasen's courtroom and a photo of the Judge with a student up at his bench while he is speaking.

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