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Cherokee Sheriff's Office Outlines Reporting Procedures

The agency each year reminds the public who they can contact to report positive or negative behavior by employees.

Credit: Patch
Credit: Patch

The Cherokee Sheriff's Office is once again informing the public of its procedures to report commendations or allegations of misconduct by employees. 

The process, which is advertised each year, is designed to "maintain integrity and ensure the public's trust" in the sheriff's office, the agency said in a news release.

Sheriff Roger Garrison wants the public to report any incident of misconduct or to praise employees for their exceptional job performance. 

Incidents of misconduct include inappropriate language or gestures, threats, harassment, and/or illegal activity. Corrective measures include verbal counseling, written reprimands, remedial training, suspension and termination.

Complaints or commendations should be reported to the employee's supervisor or one of the following personnel: 

Captain Tommy Pinyan, office of professional standards, 498 Chattin Drive, Canton, GA 30115; (678) 493-4116

Lt. Colonel Ron Hunton, commander of field operations, 498 Chattin Drive, Canton, GA 30115; (678) 493-4112

Major Karen Johnson, commander of jail operations, 498 Chattin Drive, Canton, GA 30115; (678) 493-4150 

Major Dana Martin, commander of headquarter operations, 498 Chattin Drive, Canton, GA 30115; (678) 493-4134

Captain Bert Love, commander of intelligence division, 498 Chattin Drive, Canton, GA 30115; (678) 493-4066.

Captain Brad Hill, commander of jail operations, 498 Chattin Drive, Canton, GA 30115; (678) 493-4150

Captain Tony McMahan, east side commander, 7675 Vaughn Road, Canton, GA 30315; (770) 479-4555

Captain Joe Satterfield, westside commander, 9081 Fincher Road, Waleska, GA 30183; (770) 479-0451

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