Sheriff Hassel explains that the Community nights are a great way for the department to connect with the community and showcase what all the Sheriff’s Department does. They would also like to extend a special invitation to anyone 18 years of age or older who is thinking about pursuing a career in public safety to learn more about what is available at the Sheriff’s Department.
The sessions will be held at the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, 1400 Pioneer Drive in Plymouth. They will consist of two sessions and each session will last about 90 minutes.
On Thursday, May 17th at 6 p.m. participants will learn about the Jail and the 911 Central Dispatch Center.
On Thursday, May 24th at 6 p.m. the second session will cover Law Enforcement and Administration/Court Services
If you are interested in learning more about the Sheriff’s Department by attending these sessions please call the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department to reserve a seat at (574) 936-0222. You can attend either sessions or both. Please leave your name, phone number, what sessions you want to attend and how many will be attending with you on voice mail or with the Administrator.