Bitter Sweet Day at CCSO

On Monday, April 27, Columbia County Sheriff’s Office held a luncheon in honor of two valued members of the CCSO family who are retiring after many years with the agency. Sheriff Mark Hunter took the opportunity to point out that between them both they have over 60 years of service to the Sheriff’s Office and […]

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Sheriff Recognizes Two Deputies with the Distinguished Service Award

On Monday, April 20, Sheriff Mark Hunter presented two deputies with the Distinguished Service Award for their heroic actions which resulted in saving a life during a house fire. On November 7, 2014, Corporal Sean Sikes and Deputy Shayne Foote, both assigned to the Patrol Division were dispatched to an address in the county to […]

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CSU Members Receive Commendations

On Monday, April 20, Sheriff Mark Hunter gave three members of the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office Citizen Service Unit commendations for their exceptional work with the agency’s Crime Scene Unit. Mr. Ronnie Ash, Mr. James Grimes, and Mr. Jason Massey are civilian volunteers that have received specialized training and work alongside the Crime Scene Detective […]

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New Member Joins CCSO

On Wednesday, April 1, in a ceremony attended by family, friends and Sheriff’s Office personnel, Sheriff Mark Hunter swore in Mr. Dillon Moore as a Detention Deputy. Detention Deputy Moore will be assigned to the Detention Division in field training. We wish him the very best in his new career.

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Bittersweet Day for Columbia County Detention Facility

On Friday, March 27 at a retirement luncheon Sheriff Mark Hunter presented Detention Deputy Linda Harrington a plaque and a heartfelt thank you for her 13 years of dedicated service to the Sheriff’s Office and this community. Detention Deputy Harrington began her career with the Sheriff’s Office in 2002 and has consistently performed her duties […]

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