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PCSO Uses New Technology to Recover Stolen Heirloom

PCSO Uses New Technology to Recover Stolen Heirloom

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  • Apr 04, 2021
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Disappearance of Ms. Zadakaus
Disappearance of Ms. Zadakaus
  • Sheriff Nick Weems
  • Apr 07, 2021
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Sheriff Nick Weems: Not Our Children!
Sheriff Nick Weems: Not Our Children!
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  • Apr 04, 2021
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State Laws going into effect January 1.
State Laws going into effect January 1.
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  • Dec 30, 2020
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Search & Investigation Continue
Search & Investigation Continue
  • Buffalo River Review
  • Apr 22, 2021
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Captain April Morgan, Jail Administrator of the Year 2019
Captain April Morgan, Jail Administrator of the Year 2019
  • PCSO News Dept.
  • Apr 04, 2021
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These are my people.
These are my people.
  • Sheriff Nick Weems
  • May 08, 2021
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Day 8:  Disappearance of Ms. Zadakaus
Day 8: Disappearance of Ms. Zadakaus
  • Sheriff Nick Weems
  • Apr 09, 2021
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Honoring Our Military Veterans
Honoring Our Military Veterans
  • PCSO News Dept.
  • May 09, 2021
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Zadakaus Investigation Continues
Zadakaus Investigation Continues
  • PCSO News Dept.
  • May 01, 2021
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Jail and Visitor Information

Perry County Sheriff's Office Corrections Staff

Perry County Sheriff's Office Corrections Staff

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Where Does Commissary Money Come From?

Where Does Commissary Money Come From?

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  • Apr 18
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Funding Telecommunications

Funding Telecommunications

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  • Apr 04
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Is there a dress code?

Is there a dress code?

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  • Apr 04
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Perry County Jail

Perry County Jail

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 1 in 4 children experience some form of child abuse in their lifetime. Child abuse refers to the physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, or neglect of a child under the age of 18. It is estimated that the total lifetime economic burden associated with child maltreatment in the United States is $124 billion.

Exposure to child abuse, neglect, and other adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can severely harm brain development and negatively impact the nervous and immune systems, leaving youth survivors at risk for future unhealthy behaviors and negative health outcomes. Educate yourself and your community about child abuse and prevention strategies that you can deploy locally.

 

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