Monroe County Schools, along with the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, conducted a series of readiness drills this past week. “The most important thing the Sheriff’s Office can do to save lives involves training, so each school immediately takes action to execute their active shooter plan,” said Sheriff Tommy Jones.
Holly is a gorgeous cat, and just an example of the many lovable pets available for adoption from Monroe County Animal Shelter. Conveniently located at 170 Kefauver Lane in Madisonville (behind Walmart), the Shelter is open Tuesday-Friday from 11-4:30 and Saturdays from 11-2. You can view available pets on www.friendsofanimalsmc.org … Read More
The Monroe County Sheriffs Office would like to invite you to the Monroe County Animal Shelter for their adoption event on February 3rd. from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. The Sheriffs Office Canine Division will be present for a canine demonstration with a Q&A from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. … Read More
Anonymous Tips Help us by being the eyes and ears for your community. Have you witnessed a crime? Are you concerned about illegal activity that may be going on in your neighborhood? Have you been the victim of a scam? You can fill out an online form confidentially on our … Read More
Monroe County, TN Narcotics and Criminal Interdiction Vehicles Thanks to drug dealers, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Narcotics and Criminal Interdiction program is now funded 100% by the drug fund utilizing zero tax dollars. In addition to apprehending drug smugglers traveling through Monroe County by way of the interstate and major … Read More
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office embraces the Neighborhood Watch program philosophies of keeping citizens involved in keeping their own communities safe by being active and aware. If you are interested in finding out about what a Neighborhood Watch program can do for your neighborhood, contact our Detective Division at 423-442-3911, … Read More