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The Kemper County Sheriff's Department patrols some 850 miles of county roads in an area of 766 square miles. The county is divided into patrol zones to facilitate scheduling in all areas of the county. The chief deputy is responsible for such scheduling and does it in a way not to establish a pattern and does so to provide maximum patrol visibility for the entire county. Patrolling is done primarily with marked patrol units and supplemented when needed with unmarked units. Maximum visibility of patrol units is a deterrent to crime and is one of the pro-active means of crime prevention. Patrol deputies live in different areas of the county to maximum extent possible in order to further provide total coverage.


K3 Allen Griffin
K3 Allen Griffin
K4.Arnold Jenkins
K4 Arnold Jenkins
K5.Welsey Hazelwood
K5 Wesley Hazelwood
K7.Byron Walker
K7 Byron Walker
K8.Daniel Haggard
K8 Daniel Haggard
K14.Eric Scott
K14 Eric Scott
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K15 Chuck Ward
K16.Cadre Hampton
K16 Cadre Hampton
Toby Pinson
K17 Toby Pinson
K18.Javon Sanders
K18 Javon Sanders
K19.Greg Campbell
K19 Greg Campbell

K20.Micheal Allen
K20 Michael Allen 

K22.Tim Hardy
K22 Tim Hardy