The Cobb County Sheriff’s Office is actively hiring in a variety of positions. Great career opportunity for motivated individuals that care about the community and want to be a part of the solution.
Thank You to Bill & Brenda Borden of High Caliber Realty in Kennesaw, GA for their generous donation of K9 trading cards for our K9 Unit’s! They will make a lot of kids very happy!
The Allstate Foundation has an excellent program for teen drivers that the sheriffs office participates in each year called Brain Camp at the Cobb Safety Village!
Sgt. Chris Worth and Dep. Jenna Duncan explained to teen drivers the potentially deadly consequences of Driving Under the Influence or being in a vehicle with anyone who is driving under the influence.
Attendees also drove the obstacle course with the drunk goggles on to simulate some of the effects of impairment.
Excellent Law Enforcement teamwork by our Criminal Investigation Unit and agencies in catching this subject that was making fraudulent drivers licenses.
Recently agents with the Department of Homeland Security, Georgia Driver Services Investigators and the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Unit conducted a joint operation in locating a lab that was creating fraudulent driver’s license in Cobb County.
During the operation, a subject named Kamau Brown was apprehended for creating and selling fraudulent Georgia Driver license. Subsequent to Brown’s apprehension, search warrants for Brown’s residence and vehicle were secured. During the search approximately 35 fraudulent driver licenses along with computers, printers, scanners, cameras, and materials needed to create fraudulent driver’s licenses were seized.
Kamau Brown was charged with three counts of Manufacturing, Selling, or Distributing false identification documents and booked into the Cobb County Adult Detention Center.
Please join Sheriff Warren and his command staff in congratulating our newest deputies as that recently graduated from North Central Georgia Law Enforcement Academy. L-R) Deputy Neal Mitchell Jr., Deputy Benjamin Helton, Deputy Ryan Garcia, and Deputy Randall Lossing
Special Olympics Georgia has recognized the sheriff’s office as a Gold Medal Agency for raising $26,608 and volunteering of their time to support the Special Olympics in 2018. Thank you to everyone who donated and helped us support these amazing athletes!
Dep. Patrick Appiagyei assisted a mother with her small newborn infant that was in distress gasping for air by administering CPR to the infant and cleared the infant’s airway.
Dep. James Jensen while on his way to work came upon a single vehicle rollover accident and the victim was trapped inside the vehicle. Dep. Jensen entered the vehicle and unsecured the disoriented victim from the seatbelt. After removing the victim from the vehicle and with the help of two more people they were able to move the subject to a safe location. Dep. Jensen was able to administer first aid until the paramedics could arrive.
Great Job Deputies!
Ms. Amanda Worth of Girl Scout Troop #17662 and her brother Christian stopped by the sheriff’s office to hand out Girl Scout cookies that were donated to sheriff’s office employees by Mayberry Electric Company.
Deputy Stephen Arsenault was recognized by the South Cobb Rotary Club at their Annual Public Safety Appreciation Luncheon for his quick actions that resulted in saving a citizen’s life earlier this year.
On Wednesday March 6, Deputy Arsenault was on patrol when he was flagged down by a male citizen named Mr. John Atkins that was beside his vehicle on Barrett Parkway. As Dep. Arsenault approached the vehicle he observed that John’s wife Elaine in the passenger seat was experiencing a medical issue and then went into cardiac arrest. He removed Mrs. Atkins from the vehicle and immediately began CPR. While conducting CPR he notified communications of his location for the fire department and Emergency Medical Services to respond to his location to assist.
Dep. Arsenault continued CPR and utilizing his mobile A.E.D. until EMS arrived to transport Mrs. Atkins to the hospital.
Dep. Arsenault’s calm demeanor, quick actions, and remembering his training during this situation resulted in saving Mrs. Atkins’s life.
To show you the character and compassion Dep. Arsenault has for the citizens he serves, he went to the hospital to check on the Mr. and Mrs. Atkins to make sure they were both doing ok.
After the luncheon Deputy Arsenault received a phone call that Mrs. Atkins was being released from the hospital and took it upon himself to escort the couple to their home.
The American Heart Association statistics have shown that 90% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests do not survive; she is in the miraculous 10% thanks to Deputy Arsenault’s actions.
Following a recent decision by the GA Supreme Court, lifetime electronic monitoring devices for sexually dangerous predators that have completed their probation are being removed. This includes 5 registered offenders currently being monitored by the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office. We ask that the public remain vigilant and report any suspicious person or activity to local law enforcement. To search for registered sex offenders in your area visit this website: http://www.sheriffalerts.com/cap_main.php?office=54232