CCSO and CCPS unite for community and student safety

The Clayton County Sheriff’s Office and Clayton County Public Schools have joined forces to keep our schools and communities safe by adding law enforcement substations to four campuses.

“We hope to enhance the security of the areas immediately surrounding the substation sites through our added visibility there, increase the presence of CCSO in the community-at-large, and facilitate more interaction between deputies and citizens and their children,” says Sheriff Kem Kimbrough.

The program will be tested at: Northcutt Elementary/North Clayton Middle School (Hwy 314 at Norman Drive, College Park); Harper Elementary/Sequoyah Middle School (Valley Hill Road, Riverdale); East Clayton Elementary (Ellenwood Road at I-675, Ellenwood); and Lovejoy High School (McDonough Road, Lovejoy).

Initially, substations will be open only Monday thru Friday for eight hours a day with posted hours of operation. The pilot program will begin within 30 days and if successful, four additional substations will open.

But not everyone sees this program positively. Some refer to this as a “school to prison pipeline”, and believe this union could hurt our kids more than help.

“We hope that the increased law enforcement presence in [CCPS] does not result in the violation of students’ rights,” says Chara Fisher Jackson, Legal Director of the ACLU of Georgia. “There should be a distinction between disciplinary misconduct to be addressed by the school and incidents that involve real and immediate threats to public safety that may be better addressed by criminal justice officials.” Jackson hopes that CCPS will consider adopting a formal memorandum of understanding between the parties to promote respect and emphasize students’ rights.

“The health of the majority of the community is my main concern, especially our children. These substations will increase our ability to protect those we are charged with protecting; if that means more people go to prison, most reasonable citizens will support that,” adds the Sheriff. “Any characterization of this program as an attempt to incarcerate innocent children demonstrates a complete lack of understanding of not only law enforcement activities, but also a lack of understanding of the aims of the program.”

Are the substations a good idea for CCPS and the community?

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Our Board of Education is asking residents to help provide for three needy families this holiday season. Each BOE member will donate $20 to the cause, and are asking citizens to contribute by dropping non-perishable items into a box at the front of the board room. There will be three opportunities to donate: October 25,  November 1, and November 15. Donations will be presented at the December 6 BOE meeting to the CCPS Director for Homeless Families.

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October 25th, 2010
10:38 am

The ACLU brings up some good points. However, I don’t think they are necessarily valid….yet. IF the substations end up causing a “police state” situation in the schools, then yes, the objections are valid. Big “if”.

This seems to be a case of “community policing” and that concept has many pluses. EG community/police interaction; student/police interaction…hopefully leading to trust and better law enforcement. And this might also be called for if the discipline problems and criminal activity in these areas are so dire as to call for sheriff deputy/police intervention.

BTW, RE the boy drowning at “Atlanta Lake”….where is this lake? If it’s International Park, “The Beach”, I can’t imagine the lake having such heavy undergrowth as to hamper the search as much as it has. I also thought The Beach was closed for the season.


October 25th, 2010
11:41 am

Public Safety is probably the most misunderstood and delusional illusion ever was fabricated by our civil society. However; It might serve a viable purpose in our school systems, with the use of plain clothes Law Enforcement Officers, that possess highly skilled interactive people skills.
I think that our Sheriff might be setting himself up for some lawsuits, in the near future, by having his Deputies ride herd on the children of this county; this may prove to be a mistake.

However; We had to tolerate the gross mistakes of the previous Sheriff,for 4 long years,so, I will have no other choice to go with the flow on this; But, these are our children that we are talking about and they don’t lie, or do they ?

I have only one piece of advice to relay to the Sheriff; Make Sure That The Deputies uses a private restroom and locks the door behind him.

Black Rain

October 25th, 2010
4:19 pm

Did we decide not to do any political discussion the week before the election?


October 25th, 2010
4:44 pm

Black Rain, that happened last week.


October 25th, 2010
8:40 pm

First we let elite took accreditation. Now, they’re putting police substation in the schools. Why don’t we just turn Clayton into a “Police State”! They sheriff department is being controlled plutocracy. Sounds like we have a one term sheriff.

Clayton Reparations

October 25th, 2010
10:33 pm



Clayton resident

October 26th, 2010
9:17 am

This could be a good thing if the police presence will keep the kids who don’t wanna learn in check so those that do wanna learn can do so. It could also show the cops in a different light. It’s worth a try not much else has worked and that goes for public schools across the country not just in Clayton.

Give it a break...

October 26th, 2010
11:57 am

What middle class family do you know will buy a home in a community that has mini-precincts on school grounds!? This school to prison tactic is deplorable. This is ridiculous and clear indication of the level of thinking of those who are in charge of our schools! Thank God we have another shot in 2012 of really fixing this board and hiring a highly qualified superintendent focused on raising the academic bar for our students. Our property values will never appreciate!


October 26th, 2010
12:31 pm

No to Scott!! WE need change in “OUR” district!!!

Alicia Schneider

October 26th, 2010
3:29 pm

I voted “Not Sure”. At first glance, the idea could be a good one…or a bad one. I would support the idea of a substation simply because (like it or not) there are students who attend middle/high schools who have no interest in education. There are also too many thugs and thug-wannabes…not to mention a soaring crime rate. I don’t really know that students have actual RIGHTS, referring to the ACLU’s charge that students have rights. If the Sheriff were to be assuming control (in any form) of disciplinary action on the school campus, then there is certainly something wrong with the substation. I do not know if I would be entirely comfortable with the idea. The East Clayton site would be good for a couple of reasons: the location of the school, the traffic that DOES NOT abide by the 25 mph school zone, and the traffic from the QT/Mcdonalds/Waffle House/675. That is a dangerous area. If they could provide traffic control and compliance, it would be great. But what kind of issues are at East Clayton Elementary that would require a CCSO substation???? Other than traffic??? I just don’t feel comfortable saying I would support something like this or to oppose it. Has anyone involved the parents of these schools in the decision to test a substation at their schools? If so, what was the response? If not, why were the parents not involved? Perhaps the Sheriff could enlighten.


October 26th, 2010
3:58 pm

…One Word Of Caution : Do Not Vote For Any Candidate That is Endorsed by THE WIN LIST !!!!!

This is one of the very reason why we have much less worthy Candidates Remaining in Clayton County.


October 26th, 2010
4:29 pm

When I heard about the proposal for the sheriff dept substations on school campuses, I wondered why this needs to be a part of school operations. Have our children’s behavior gotten this bad? If the purpose is to curb bad behavior, wouldn’t it be better to partner up with civic groups, parents, the clergy and other stakeholders for a non-intimidating presence and skills that help rather than to punish? You know, our children aren’t afraid of law enforcement officers nor do I believe many of them like uniformed enforcement officers. Why can’t we find a better solution? How to we expect for Clayton County’s reputation to improve when we give a signal like this which others could perceive as worsening disciplinary behavior in our school system? How does it reflect in quest for us to regain non conditional accreditation?
A school-to-prison pipeline?? – maybe not; the current system is doing enough of that already but if this partnership moves forward and we find more kids being stuffed into juvenile detention (and onward to prison), then we’ll have our answer and so would those outside Clayton County who might be considering relocation here.

Black Rain

October 26th, 2010
6:31 pm

Ok –
There is a robocall going on right now for the Lee Scott campaign – it is a cheap robocall cause it sounds like he did it on an old Atari set. It is accusing his opponent as not believing in GOD . Funny – his opponent is a church member and goes frequently. Lee Scotts church is the all-mightly dollar. Lee’s robocall also goes on to accuse his opponent of being corrupt and giving out no-bid contracts. If this bullying blowhard ever went to a meeting or ever even read the minutes he would know that it was his opponent who tried in vain to stop the lock-step marching of the three Wade stooges. I see that his henchmen are also removing signs and his own signs are all illegally placed. Lee Scott is nothing but a LIAR. He photoshopped pictures 2 years ago to discredit others. He threatened citizens and public officails. Lee’s plan to get his wife to win – then make her quit did not work and now he thinks that as a Rebuplican the voters will vote blindly – and not remember his past. Lee – the voters – black and white – would like you to to find another hole to crawl into – hey , why don’t you try Mississippi or even Haiti. Maybe you can bamboozle them.


October 26th, 2010
8:12 pm

Clayton Stakeholders we have got to stop allowing appointed and elected officials to make these types of decisions without our input from the start! This decision has so many negative ramifications. The community should not abdicate our responsibilities for raising our children. Instead of a police presence, we need a parent and community presence in our schools.


October 26th, 2010
8:37 pm

Hey Reality – if you are going to use word made famous by G. Dowell – the least you could do is learn a bit of grammar. To do less – disrespects the man you are emulating. Get the education he has, before you steal his word “plutocracy”

Give ita break – you make a good statement – then destroy the thought by making a stupid one.

Karma is a Biatch

October 26th, 2010
9:06 pm

I have a question about these sub-stations. Where is the manpower to man these station going to come from. I have a family member that works for the Sheriff’s Office, and they do not have the personnel to serve warrants or civil papers. Civil papers are expiring because they are not being served in a timely manner and warrants are abundant. So, I think the Sheriff is neglecting his primary duties in order to look good for the public!

say what?

October 26th, 2010
10:46 pm

@ East Clayton there is a trailer in the parking lot. I asked my daughter about it and she said that is where the sherrif’s office is. She has explained that the deputy speaks to the children about being good stewards in the community, and paying attention to your surroundings. As we came out of the McDonald’s directly across from the school on Sunday evening, she saw 2 students jump the fence and proceed between the buildings. So I am unsure if teaching children safety and concern for his/her community is a bad thing. Also, having LEO in your community cannot hurt. I would like to see Clayton County go back to community policing that was being done under Chief Turner. Since he left I ahve not seen police in the Rex area unless they are going to a crisis with lights on.

Let's Stop The Greed

October 26th, 2010
10:51 pm

The plutocrats are back in Clayton schools. We’ll be the only county in state with a “Police Substation” located in the schools. The sheriffs are there to identify future occupants for the plutocrat bought prison system; that’s why the rich buy stock in prison. The plutocrats prison system operates on black, brown and others free labor; that why that good ole boy will do less than two months in jail for the Morrow incident. One thing for sure “Don’t vote for the rich anymore! One term sheriff and DA.

Riverdale Rita

October 27th, 2010
7:34 am

I am a volunteer for the campagin. This week I and and a friend have been posting campaign signs for James Brown. We have played by the rules and posted the signs in legal locations along the right-of-ways. Many of them are near (and along) the same locations as all the Scott signs (David Scott, Lee Scott, Scott, etc.)

However, when we return to those locations the next day or so we notice our signs are gone. It is evident that there are people in our county will do whatever it takes to maintain “business as usual” in this county when it comes to politics.

This is just another example of how difficult it is to get the word out about a man running that is sincere about trying to turn it around for our county. I believe James Brown and (in that) know he is not running out of greed or pride. He is running with a sincere conviction to help improve the quality of life for ALL CITIZENS of our county.

In closing for those citizens of Georgia House District 77, if you have a true desire to better our communities, fight crime and corruption, and reinstate free-market principles for jobs, then Vote James Brown. However if “party” is more important to you than what a person stands for, then continue to vote the “status quo.” As for me, I have had enough of those party bosses that want to keep us on Uncle Sam’s plantation of dependency while they continue to their greed and corruption as they DO NOTHING for those hurting in the county.

We need to fight crime.
We need to cease corruption.
We need to bring back business and jobs.
We need to take action in improving our schools.
We need to support candidates that will work to TURN IT AROUND!

As a resident here, I am very dismayed at the apathy of our citizens. We complain, but we don’t vote to bring true change as we continue to watch the steady decline of our quality of life. Wake up and smell the rose (or in our case, the stink).

Clay Boggess

October 27th, 2010
8:20 am

The CCSO is there more for the students who may need some reminding on what the rules are. I’m sure that they have worked out all of the logistics with the school district. Just their presence should be enough to deter any wrong doing, for the most part.

Clay Boggess


October 27th, 2010
11:30 am

…Rita; James Brown would bring something into Our Clayton County Legislative Branch, that we have not seen in many years; PRIDE !!

It saddens me to mention our Legislators to others, when The General Assembly is in session every year.I know that they Represent the best interest of their Party, The lobbyists, Their Special Groups, and The Agendas of those that provided them with endorsements and Campaign Funds to get elected.
…This leaves the people in their district unprotected by any Representation in our State Legislature.

…Its very sad to have this kind of county legislative branch, when we have to depend others to do the job that our own Legislators should be doing.
Thank You; Oscar.

airport worker

October 27th, 2010
2:47 pm

ah yes, the plutocrats and the lilly white elite. they are the source of all our woes……moron

The Mickeycrats

October 27th, 2010
4:01 pm

Keep your eyes on the plutocrats while we pick your pockets.


October 27th, 2010
4:45 pm

Synamonsays!:” we have got to stop allowing appointed and elected officials to make these types of decisions without our input from the start! ”

Synamon ; Part of being a Clayton County Elected Official is ignoring the people, no matter how large their numbers might be.

another one

October 27th, 2010
5:36 pm

Maybe, what our kids in Clayton need is – what Obama had – that helped him be successful. White grandparents that raised him – instilling in him what a good education would mean for a successful life, how it could open doors. He is articulate, educated and successful by any measure. Knowwhaimsaying – ya’know – yafeelme -(gang signs)- (mug for the camera) YO YO YO


October 27th, 2010
6:16 pm

Hey Plurocrats! What a looser! Ever wonder why you never got anywhere in life?We know. Its the worlds fault. Not you. Right?

Clayton Reparations

October 27th, 2010
8:21 pm

What the children need more than anything is not the ‘community’ or the popo. Children NEED a mother and a father, not a momma and a baby daddy. See the cracker barrel case – where is her husband and the child’s father to protect them from other male abuse? Obviously, not in the picture. Stop illegitamacy now!



October 28th, 2010
12:23 pm

Is there any truth to the rumor that Sheriff Kem has his eyes on a county commission seat, maybe even the chairman’s seat? That would explain the drive for more Sheriff’s Office visibility in the community. Will these substations serve the public interest, or will they serve Sheriff Kem’s political ambitions?


October 28th, 2010
12:23 pm

…..What this county needs is responsible citizens to stand their own ground and come together, instead of being guided by these local swindling flim-flam deceiving Scam Artist !!
….Our county needs people that are not influenced by their race, the color of their skin, or their religious preference of our officals; Only then, we could have a position in the human race. A diversified & mixed society will never work, as long as we have race baiters stirring the soup and mixing the ingredients.
….As of now; We are just cutting against the grain. :(


October 28th, 2010
1:15 pm

When successful schools are asked the question, “What single most important factor do you feel contributes to their overall academic and social success? The answer is overwhelmingly and consistently, Parents in Schools, Parents in Schools, Parents In Schools. Not Police in Schools. There is a significant amount of data and studies that support this assertion. Let’s not fail another whole generation of children by employing tactics that do nothing but track them for the number one profit making business in America, the Prison Industry. Don’t take my word for it, do your own due diligence.

So I say staff these portables with parents and community stakeholders and it will raise the bar for everyone! Dismantle the School to Prison Pipeline. Focus on academic rigor and social enrichment.

I recently attended the Governor’s Honors Program Interviews Finals. There was one student from Clayton County for the Biology Awards. He does not attend CCPS although, he lives here. I was elated and happy for this 15 year old, I was saddened by the absence of CCPS students.

I once heard Senator Valencia Seay say, “We must educate not incarcerate!”


October 28th, 2010
1:43 pm

Roach :” Is there any truth to the rumor that Sheriff Kem has his eyes on a county commission seat, maybe even the chairman’s seat? ”

Roach; Sheriff Kem was enough lucky to edge out Victor Hill to claim victory for Sheriff in this county :

(( Election Summary Report
Clayton County
State of Georgia General Primary Runoff
August 5, 2008

Clayton County Runoff Election Results

Kem Kimbrough – D 13,017- 51%

Victor Hill – D Incumbent 12,335 – 49%

Cards Cast 25,527

Compare this to the the amount of votes cast in the General Election of November 4, 2008, in this county :Cards Cast 99,686.

The question should be; Will Victor Hill be seeking office as our Sheriff in 2012 ?


October 28th, 2010
3:28 pm

Synam : (( I once heard Senator Valencia Seay say, “We must educate not incarcerate!” ))

Synam; And its this is the kind of illogical reasoning that has caused the rising Gang Related problems in our county. This creed ( against the punishment of young adults in CC )that you speak of, is endorsed by most elected officials in our county and it has resulted in a lot more Drug Activity within our school system, uncontrolled violence, and peer pressure to join local youth gangs. The Drug Dealers have been using our youth as their “Mules” to Carry & Sell Drugs in places that they cannot go; This is a Historical Fact.
Why ? Because the Youth will not be facing incarceration time for their role in the drug business.
That is just one reason, why I don’t object to having the presence of a more controlling authorities around our children.


October 28th, 2010
3:51 pm

Remember Roach – just cause you are paranoid – does not mean that they are not out to get you.

Big Papi

October 28th, 2010
7:02 pm

Unfortunately, this move is PURE POLITICS. CCSO should focus on their 3 core missions, safe and efficient operation of the jail,courthouse security and the service of criminal warrants/civil process. In a tight economy with diminishing resources I would bet that its all the SO can do to fulfill these critical functions. All else is superfluous. This is just a feel good high profile program to polish the sheriff’s image…..he is after all a politician. I happen to think Sheriff Kem is a MAJOR UPGRADE over the last disaster we had as sheriff, but I think he’s off base on this one. The schools have resource officers from the county or city police depts. In most urban counties that have a county police dept the SO tends to feel under appreciated and wants to drift over into the PD’s lane. We can not afford the duplication of effort in this economy. You often see SO units at CCPS events because they are not being held hostage to the tyranny of answering endless 911 calls like CCPD. In the meantime, I pray that Chief Porter and Sheriff Kem will forge a close working relationship if they haven’t already.


October 28th, 2010
11:37 pm

As I said do your own due diligence, check out the data for Clayton County. My question to you is, why are you pushing back on this? Parents in the schools have proven to be more successful than police in the schools. Why do you feel the need to defer to what we both agree is unacceptable? I am not defending gang, drug or any violent activity in our schools. I am simply giving you a statement of fact.


October 29th, 2010
2:17 am

…..If anyone has the opinion, that this may prove to be just another ploy in our county; Then, Somebody in our county Government might be thinking above their neck on this one and this is very highly unusual for our politicians in this county……..Oscar


October 29th, 2010
8:11 am

Riverdale Rita: It is NOT legal to place signs in the right of way.

I had a brain far…uh…cognitive lapse when I first posted and even HINTED it might be good to have deputies in/near schools. How could I forget Walking Small’s attempt to turn the sheriff’s dept into a police dept? The sheriff is charged with issuing warrants and running the jail. It might not be a bad idea for the POLICE dept to have more mini precincts. It’s a terrible idea to have such precincts in schools.

We need a separate thread to debate the issue of abolishing the police dept and giving all the policing powers to the sheriff.


October 29th, 2010
10:06 am

We know the candidates by their actions and the quality of their supporters , the same. We have Lee Scott sending robocalls – with a bad electronic disguised voice – lying, calling Mr Edmondson an atheist. Oh course – not mentioning that he himself – Lee Scott would regularly threaten people during the last campaign with his deputy badge and his gun. Lee has more money than sense. Three loses would tell most people – that they were not wanted nor needed.

Now Sandra Scott and team are vandalizing an opponents signs – clearly on private property. Sandra – I will tell you the same as I told Lee Scott – screw with the signs on my property – you and you pea-brained supporters will be arrested – trespassing.

Alicia Schneider

October 29th, 2010
11:02 am

OMG. I got a couple of good laughs from reading the other comments. I also saw a glimmer of “hope”, dare I say? Parents in schools? What kind of silly notion is that? Don’t parents send their kids to school to be raised and disciplined by the system?? Oh, well…sarcasm aside I will share again. Parents in schools, parents being parents, parents doing their JOB as parents would certainly address many issues. I like the idea of staffing those trailers with parents and volunteers. I knew Victor Hill when he was with CCPD. WalkingSmall had an ego then but it had yet exploded…that took years. The CCPD presence would be a better alternative but there are major problems over there…understaffed, underpaid, criminals in uniform (I could go on and on). I agree with most of the comments here. Get our parents involved. And, for the record, I have no problems with the arrests of the criminal elements in our schools. They’re not in school for the education…opportunity and motive. Yes, the SO could do well to remember their primary duties here in Clayton and work on getting those addressed efficiently and effectively. I support any efforts to get the parents back into the schools.


October 29th, 2010
11:33 am

Synamon; (( ” Parents in the schools have proven to be more successful than police in the schools.Why do you feel the need to defer to what we both agree is unacceptable? I am not defending gang, drug or any violent activity in our schools. I am simply giving you a statement of fact.”))

…..Synam; Thank You for finally responding.
…..If the parents are successful in this county,then, we must have a county with nothing Saints as parents !
…..I never agreed with anything that you said !
…..What facts have you given us or provided the proof as what you are rambling about ?
….I hope that I won’t have to wait until Monday to hear from you again :)
…………Your Neighbor & Humble Friend; Oscar Knight

Clayco Parent

October 29th, 2010
11:58 am

I HOPE everyone here would agree that Parents in the schools would indeed be ideal. But then what do we do when the parents are only consistent in their LACK of participation in the education of their own kids? Sadly, I don’t believe that this move toward mini-stations in the schools is going to cause a mass invasion of volunteering parents into the schools to prevent this from happening.

It’s all well and good to continue begging parents to step up, but in the meantime there is reality to deal with. There are many many scenarios that may play out with the SO presence in these schools and every one of them is dependent (almost 100% I would say) on the character and attitude of the individual officers assigned to these stations.

The kids need positive role models, mentors, adults that are able to relate to kids and show actual compassion and genuine interest. IF and that’s a big IF, the SO could conjure up enough officers that possess all of the above, then this could be a positive thing. If not, then it will be a nightmare.

Either way, all the blaming and anger between political camps is just distracting to the issue of our need to deal with REALITY, and not spend all of our energy and time arguing for the ideal.


October 29th, 2010
12:03 pm

Correction–I have been informed that Governor’s Honors Program I attended last week was for Fulton County Students Only. Our students in Clayton will be interviewing in the coming weeks. If you know a student who is applying be sure to help them prepare.


October 29th, 2010
12:24 pm

…Jborodawg :( (” We need a separate thread to debate the issue of abolishing the police dept and giving all the policing powers to the sheriff.” ))

….Jborodawg; Thanks for bringing this sore spot back into the sunlight once again. Having Deputies and County Police on our streets has proven to be nothing but a miscalculated blunder by the biggest blunder of them all. It would seem as though some would learn by the mistakes of others, however…..?
……When we have two separate agencies in the same county, competing with one another for the top spot, with one attempting to prove themselves as worthy
contenders; We might have the potential for more lawsuits, a Police State like conditions in our county,…..To make a long story much shorter,..The Deputies are too aggressive and too naive in their quest to prove themselves as viable Law Enforcement Officers.


October 29th, 2010
2:33 pm

Parents in the schools would be great, if we could get them in there. I would much rather have them in the schools, than the police, but we have major problems in this county. First you have to find these “parents”. That is the problem. They are not parents. They were not taught how to be responsible parents, and so the cycle continues.


October 29th, 2010
5:11 pm

….Word Up : (( “Edmondson is an atheist” ))

…Word Up; And what do call yourself, by passing false judgment on this man ?
…. “Thou Shalt Not Bear False Witness”
…..While you are conversing with “these preachers”, You might consider confessing your own sinful ways.
…..I will pray for you.
………………Your Friend & Neighbor; Oscar Knight


October 29th, 2010
5:16 pm

LawAbidingRetired Vet,
To quote you, “The deputies are too aggressive and too naive in their quest to prove themselves as viable Law Enforcement Officers.”

This is the number one reason why they should not be on our school campuses. Again, another “School to Prison Pipeline” track for our community. I mentioned this before and I will say it again, Clayton County arrests more students for non violent incidents than any county in Georgia.


October 29th, 2010
5:29 pm

Law Abiding What?
Based purely on your responses aimed at me, you are a miserable individual who evidently has a problem with me personally. Get over it! You clearly are one of those “throw a rock and hide a hand” cowards. I have an idea who you are and I do feel kinda sorry for you…note that I said kinda sorry.

As for facts, do your own research and due diligence. Spend some of the same amount of time educating yourself as you do coming on this blog to verbally spar. As for your sign off, ‘neighbor and humble friend’–You are clearly nothing to me. My friends and neighbors know and respect me.

Riverdale Rob

October 29th, 2010
6:51 pm

I really have to chuckle from reading these posts. The topic of the thread is whether or not the substations are a good idea for the schools. Everyone wants to turn this into a CAMPAIGN blog. I wasn’t gone to bite, but I have too. For everyone person who thinks Victor Hill was a bad Sheriff, I talk to five other that think otherwise. Just because you do not hear much from Sheriff Kimbrough, doesn’t mean he is doing a “great job”. The Sheriff Office is so disfunctional. I would take Hill anyday of the week over Kimbrough! I truly hope the rumors of Hill running again for Sheriff is true, because I say, sign me up, give me a yard sign and where do I make a monetary contribution.

No Hill, No Scott, No Way!

October 29th, 2010
8:03 pm

No Hill, No Scott, No Way!


October 29th, 2010
9:08 pm

….SynamonSays! ((” Clayton County arrests more students for non violent incidents than any county in Georgia ” “This is the number one reason why they should not be on our school campuses” ))

….If you took the time to read my first post, on this topic, you would have seen that I had conditions surrounding our School Age Children.

….Would you rather have the Police ignore their crimes, bad deed, misbehavior, and misconduct in our county ?
….Just faced it, You are swimming in the wrong pond with this nonsense.