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The Corrections Division is responsible for the care, custody and control of individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting adjudication or disposition, or those individuals that are serving time after being sentenced.  Personnel employed in this division have the responsibility to protect the public from incarcerated criminals, protect fellow officers from inmates and protect inmates from other inmates at all times.

The Corrections Division also places huge emphasis on competency development and rehabilitation programs.  The Sheriff's Office  currently has  an agreement with the Franklin County Public School System to provide General Education Development (GED) instruction to all qualified inmates.  This agreement allows inmates to utilize their time at the Franklin County Jail to further their education.

In addition to these accomplishments and achievements, the Corrections Division continues to stay  involved  in  numerous  other rehabilitation programs as well.  This is due to the importance that the Sheriff has placed on continuing education and furthering the development of relationships and practices that produce a more productive, proficient, and proactive organization.

For more information on employment opportunities or general information regarding the Corrections Division please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Sheriff

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IRS PHONE SCAM ALERT

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The Office of the Sheriff is reminding all residents about a recent phone scam. Caller claims to be from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and states you owe back taxes and/or fines. They say if the resident doesn't pay, the local sheriff's office will be coming to their home to arrest them. Obviously, this type call distresses our residents. This scammer wants your credit card information. DO NOT talk to these scammers, just hang up and certainly DO NOT give them your personal or credit card information. Most of these calls originate outside the United States. The IRS states they would not contact you in this manner and local law enforcement would not be called to arrest in this type situation.

 

 

 

 

ABANDONED PROPERTY AUCTION

 

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On Saturday, July 1st, the FCSO will contuct a Public Auction of Abandoned Vehicles and Other Items. Auction will be held at the Impound Lot located on Russell Street, off Orchard Avenue in Rocky Mount. Starting time will be 10AM. A full listing of items to be sold can be obtained by emailing Chad Sacra at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. All Vehicles and Property WILL BE SOLD AS ABANDONED PROPERTY UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 23-1 OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY CODE and are sold AS-IS.

 

 

 

 

CITIZEN'S ACADEMY BEGINS AUGUST 14th

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Sheriff Overton announces the 2017 Citizen's Academy beginning August 14th and will go 12 weeks. We meet every Tuesday starting at 6PM. Meeting sight will be in Rocky Mount, class size will determine the location. Class is interactive and an exciting way to see how FCSO  is a "full service" organization. Class is free of charge and open to all residents of Franklin County. *A criminal records check is conducted on each applicant and the Office of the Sheriff reserves the right to deny acceptance to persons with a criminal history* For more info or to receive an application, contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

 

FCSO CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OF 2017

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The Franklin County Sheriff's Office congratulates graduates. All FCHS, private school and home school students of the Class of 2017, we say, "GREAT JOB" Pictured are our units involved in this year's ceremonies at the high school. We assisted in traffic details from early that morning until after the program had ended. Thanks to all our personnel that were able to help keep traffic flowing as smooth as possible.

 

 

 

 

SUSPECT ARRESTED IN BOJANGLES B & E

Bojo LogoOn 5/21/17 at 5:50 AM, workers arrived at Bojangles-Westlake to find an open window at the business. Further inspection of the business by management revealed cash missing from inside the restaurant. Franklin County investigators were able to identify Harold E. Morrison as a suspect. Morrison was interviewed and admitted to his involvement in the break in. Morrison was arrested on 5/25/17 and was released on a $5,000.00 secured bond on the same date. Investigation into the case is continuing.

 

 

 

 

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