Thursday, November 25, 2010

Pulaski County Sheriff's website updated

From a press release received today:

Pulaski County Sheriff J. B. King would like to announce that the official
website of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is now back on line after an
extensive revision of the website contents. The new site features a home page
with six additional links to other websites. The home page also contains the
active buttons for the other sections of the new webpage.

The other
sections of the new site are the jail section which features photographs of the
jail and a listing of the daily inmate roster complete with case numbers for all
inmates. The next section is the sex offenders section which lists all of the
registered Pulaski County sex offenders by their specific town within Pulaski
County . The site also has a civil process section which gives the requirements
for civil and criminal process service along with instructions and the contact
numbers for the civil process division.

The new website also
features a small news section and a list of the most wanted Pulaski County
fugitives along with a tip line. In addition there is an extensive section on
the concealed carry of weapons. The site lists requirements, costs, and has an
additional computer link to the Missouri Attorney General’s website for the
latest information on the states that do or do not honor a Missouri CCW
license.

The new website also has a small section that details the
history of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office shoulder patch. Every section has
the complete contact information for the employee’s who work in that
division.

The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office website was first
established and paid for by Pulaski County Sheriff J. B. King several years ago.
The new revision was completed primarily through the work of Deputy Pamela
Sherrell from the criminal division.

Quote by Sheriff King; “Our
revised website is up and running. It is bright, colorful and full of
information. You may travel throughout the site by the click of a button. I
would like to thank Deputy Pam Sherrell for her hard work on this project. I
believe that she has produced a quality product that the citizens of Pulaski
County will enjoy and find very useful.”

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