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|Chattanooga, Tennessee Offense Statistics|
|Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter||23|
|Rape (revised and legacy definition)||94|
|Motor Vehicle Theft||878|
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Publication: Crime in the United States 2015
600 Market St G10, Chattanooga, TN 37402, United States
Hamilton County, TN – Earlier this morning, Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Hammond and members of the Command Staff formally recognized Fugitive Division Deputy Jessica White for being recently awarded the NAACP’s prestigious, Ralph Cothran Civil Service Officer of the Year Award for 2017.
On hand for today’s recognition ceremony were Sheriff Jim Hammond, Chief Deputy Allen Branum, Deputy Chief of Law Enforcement, Bill Johnson, Deputy Chief of Corrections, Joe Fowler, and numerous other members of the Command Staff and Patrol and Corrections Division. Also on hand for the ceremony were former HCSO Deputy Chief, Richard Thurman, and current Chattanooga Police Chief of Investigations, Edwin McPherson.
On Thursday, October 26, 2017, Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Jessica White received the NAACP Ralph Cothran Civil Service Officer of the Year Award for 2017. This auspicious award is presented to those that have performed an extraordinary act(s) of service in the community while serving in a civil service role.
This notable award is offered to civil servants in order to recognize the importance of their achievement(s) and service to the government entity and the public they serve, in cases where the employee is deserving of greater public recognition than that which can be accorded by the department or agency where they are employed.
Deputy White received her award at the 2017 Ruby Hurley Dinner sponsored by the local NAACP.
During the event, several notable national African American leaders were in attendance including Dr. Martin Luther King III and Eldrin Bell, the first African American Chief of Police and Police Commissioner of the Atlanta Police Department.
It is important to note that Deputy White is one of only two Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office employees who have received this prestigious award. The first was Chief Deputy Allen Branum in 2008. The Ralph Cothran Civil Service Award is named after the late Ralph Cothran, the first African American Chief of Police of the Chattanooga Police Department.
Hamilton County, TN – Earlier this morning, the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Division hosted a formal Pinning Ceremony for corrections two personnel who have received recent promotions.
On hand for the ceremony were Sheriff Jim Hammond, Chief Deputy Allen Branum, Deputy Chief of Corrections Joe Fowler, the HCSO Command Staff, and numerous corrections personnel. Also on hand were several family and friends of those receiving promotions including former HCSO Deputy Chief Richard Thurman and current Chattanooga Police Assistant Chief of Investigations, Edwin McPherson.
The personnel who were promoted are as follows:
Sergeant Charles Lowery, III
Sergeant Charles Lowery III is a seven year veteran of the HCSO Corrections Division. He served for 2 years as Corporal in Support Services before being promoted to 3rd Shift Sergeant.
Sergeant Lowery was joined today by his parents, HCSO Captain Charles Lowery, Jr., and Mrs. Patricia Lowery, his daughter, Aria Lowery, and his Godfather, former HCSO Deputy Chief, Richard Thurman.
Corporal Jonathan Walker
Corporal Jonathan Walker is an eleven year veteran of the HCSO Corrections Division. He served for 1.5 years as Kitchen Security in Support Services before being promoted to 3rd shift Corporal.
Corporal Walker was joined by his wife, Anne, and two sons, Jonathan Walker and Tyrrell Dubose.
Please join with Sheriff Jim Hammond and members of the HCSO as we congratulate these two individuals on their service and promotion.
Hamilton County, TN - The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is currently on the scene of what appears to be a fatal ATV accident involving a single male victim in a remote area of private property on Flat Top Mountain.
The property is located off Beverly Drive.
The name of the victim is being withheld at this time pending proper notification of next-of-kin.
Media representatives will not be able to reach the area where the incident occurred as it is on private property well off in the woods.
Currently there are several local volunteer fire department and HCEMS personnel also on the scene.
No further details are available at this time.
Scammers may take advantage of holiday season to steal your money
Chattanooga, Tenn – The United States Marshals Service is alerting the public of several nationwide imposter scams involving individuals claiming to be U.S. marshals, court officers, or other law enforcement officials. It is urging people to report the calls not only to their local U.S. Marshals Service office, but also to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
The FTC has the ability to detect patterns of fraud from the information collected and share that data with law enforcement.
“These are not victimless crimes,” stated Frank Castiglia, Acting U.S. Marshal for the Eastern District of Tennessee. “People have lost thousands of dollars to these scammers. This can be devastating, especially during the holidays,” he added.
The U.S. Marshals hope the information collected by the FTC will lead to possible arrests.
“The information people report to the FTC can help law enforcement investigate and track down the perpetrators. The goal is to stop them from further victimizing our community,” Marshal Castiglia said.
During these calls, scammers attempt to collect a fine in lieu of arrest for failing to report for jury duty or other offenses. They then tell victims they can avoid arrest by purchasing a prepaid debit card such as a Green Dot card or gift card and read the card number over the phone to satisfy the fine.
“The U.S. Marshals would never ask for a credit/debit or gift card number or banking routing numbers or ask for funds to be wired for any purpose,” said Marshal Castiglia. “If the caller is urging you to provide this type of information or any other personal or financial information, hang up and report the call to the U.S. Marshals and the FTC. You can even report to both agencies anonymously.”
Scammers use many tactics to sound credible. They sometimes provide information like badge numbers, names of actual law enforcement officials and federal judges, and courthouse addresses. They may also spoof their phone numbers to appear on caller ID as if they are calling from the court or a government agency.
“While these callers may sound legitimate, we urge people to question their validity,” stated Marshal Castiglia. “The easiest way to do this is to call the clerk of the court’s office of the U.S. District Court in your area and verify the court order. If an order does not exist, someone just tried to swindle you out of your hard-earned cash,” he added.
If you believe you were a victim of such a scam, you are encouraged to report the incident to your local U.S. Marshals Service office () and to the FTC ().
Useful Things to Remember:
• U.S. Marshals will never ask for credit/debit card/gift card numbers, wire transfers, or bank routing numbers for any purpose.
• Do not divulge personal or financial information to unknown callers.
• Report scam phone calls to your local U.S. Marshals Service office and to the FTC.
• You can remain anonymous when you report.
• Authenticate the call by calling the clerk of the court’s office of the U.S. District Court in your area and verify the court order given by the caller.
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