The Public Affairs Office is the community contact point for the Sheriff’s Office. This is the department that handles news media inquiries and makes routine announcements to the media about items of interest involving the Sheriff’s Office. All Official Press Releases are listed in our News Releases section of this web site.

The Public Affairs Office is also the clearing house for neighborhood organizations, churches and community groups interested in knowing more about the Sheriff’s Office. Representatives from the Public Affairs Office work closely with the Crime Prevention Office to arrange for community programs on a variety of topics.

Sheriff's Public Relations Team

Maurice Hulon Chip Washington Gloria Morris

Maurice Hulon
Community Relations Specialist

Lea Ester Redmond-Terrell
Community & Legislative Affairs

Chip Washington
Public Affairs

Gloria Morris
Administrative Assistant

Contact the Public Affairs Office if you are interested having the Sheriff visit your organization, church or neighborhood association.

The Public Affairs Office provides “hands-on” service to the community. Representatives tour neighborhoods to gain insight about crime trends and work with other government agencies to address any problems that might be reported.

The Public Affairs Office can also assist if you’re interested in volunteering for many programs offered by the Sheriff’s Office to help people of all ages. You may learn more about these volunteer programs by clicking over to Volunteer Opportunities Section.

Contact Info

Phone: 901-222-5500