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P.O. Box 1817
313 South Izard St. Ste.10
Forrest City, AR 72336

Administrative Office Hours:
M-F 8:00am - 4:30pm
 
     
 
Captain's Corner
 

The Sheriff Chief Deputy is Major Gene Wingo. In addition, Chief Deputy Wingo holds many certifications in specialized areas. He has thousands of hours of experience. The Chief Deputy works directly under the Sheriff and oversees the daily overall operations of the Sheriff’s Office, which comprises the Administration Division, Patrol Division, Criminal Investigation Division, Detention Center Division, and Support Services Division. The duties and responsibilities of the Chief Deputy are many and varied. One of the biggest responsibilities of the Chief Deputy is coordinating the activities of the various sections of the Sheriff’s Office. This task is very important because it assures that all work and projects are performed by Sheriff’s Office personnel in a manner that will serve to meet the mission statement, goals and objectives established by the Sheriff.

The duties and responsibilities of the Chief Deputy are many and varied. One of the biggest responsibilities of the Chief Deputy is coordinating the activities of the various sections of the Sheriff's Office. This task is very important because it assures that all work and projects are performed by Sheriff's Office personnel in a manner that will serve to meet the mission statement, goals and objectives established by the Sheriff.

 

The Chief Deputy publishes a newsletter once per quarter, or more frequently if important events warrant it, that any interested citizens can subscribe to on this web site and receive via email. The newsletter will contain information about special Sheriff’s Office projects or programs that are underway, will provide information to the public about particular laws or areas of interest that may be a popular topic at the time, and may offer commentary on developments and situations relating to the Sheriff’s Office or law enforcement that are being discussed or reviewed by the State or County governments.

 

 
 
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