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News Release: The BOOT Project is awarded $40,000 from the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation

News Release: The BOOT Project is awarded $40,000 from the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation

The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is excited to announce the Crime Prevention Association of Findlay/Hancock County has been awarded $40,000 from the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation for the BOOT project. These funds are made available from the Howard and Carolyn Marvin Fund, The Community Endowment Fund, George and Helen Koepke Fund and Mary Ann Emerine […]
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News Release: Parents Who Host Lose the Most – 5/18/17

May 18th, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact: Beth Baker 419-424-7251 eabaker@co.hancock.oh.us   Graduation Party Alert – Parents Who Host Lose the Most Sheriff’s Office Warns about Underage Drinking and Parental Liability High school graduation should be a happy time to celebrate the accomplishments of students. Unfortunately it can become a time when […]
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Press Release: Marathon Petroleum Supports the BOOT Project 11.29.16

November 29, 2016 MEDIA RELEASE: The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office is very pleased to announce that Marathon Petroleum Company has generously donated and pledged support for The BOOT project.   “Marathon’s dedication to the safety of our schools and our community is inspiring.” says Sheriff Michael E Heldman.  “We are grateful for their support in helping […]
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Keep Your Holidays “Grinch-Free” News Release 11/23/16

KEEP YOUR HOLIDAYS “GRINCH-FREE” Sheriff Provides Shopping Safety Tips (HANCOCK COUNTY, OH) November 23, 2016 — As shoppers hit the stores on Black Friday and the in the weeks to come, The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office warns against possible thefts and other holiday related crimes.  As shoppers are focused on finding great deals and getting […]
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