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Sheriff Moss: ACSO and ACRJ have good working relationship

Harrison Moss writes:
Thank you Mr Burris-and others who have called. Jailer White and I have a very good working relationship. The sheriff's office assists the jail anytime it is possible. And they us. However the sheriff's office has a very difficult task to keep an officer on duty 24 hours a day 7 days a week with the maximum of 6 officers. It is not possible for us to take on more duties without increasing staff and budget. It is my goal - and I am sure jailer White's - to provide our services at the least cost to the county. Thank you; Sheriff Harrison Moss --Harrison Moss

Comments re photo 70564 Sheriff Moss No way to having ACSO do inmate transfers



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