The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office Sheriff’s Outreach Section
Our Sheriff’s Outreach Section strives to create and preserve a feeling of safety and security within our communities. The Unit establishes and maintains a true partnership with all our citizens in order to provide the most responsive, highest quality law enforcement service possible. The Unit makes every effort to initiate and maintain lasting partnerships with the community; treat citizens with dignity, respect, fairness, and compassion; utilize and maintain high standards of professionalism, integrity and ethics as well as foster a productive working relationship with other law enforcement agencies.
Choosing Healthy Activities and Methods Promoting Safety: To provide an educational program for Georgia’s youth, which provides guidance, and the skills, ability and knowledge to be safe, healthy, and happy, in preparation for a successful life.
Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest and most effective crime prevention programs in the country, bringing citizens together with law enforcement to deter crime and make communities safer.
The mission of Bibb County Sheriff’s P.A.L. is to reduce juvenile crime by providing and coordinating quality programs and activities which contribute to the character, integrity, physical and mental fitness, citizenship, sportsmanship and personal well-being of Macon-Bibb County’s youth.
The Sheriff’s Outreach Section also hosts a Consider the Consequences Program for kids ages nine to 17 years old. The program helps area youth stay in school, graduate and begin a successful career. The 8-hour program is offered each month at no cost to participants. Kids who complete the program are placed into our P.R.I.D.E. for our Children program, which requires them to attend Life Skill training once a month on Saturday.
The Sheriff’s Office Outreach Section sponsors a monthly, PRIDE for Our Children Meeting. The concept of Presence, Reaction, Interaction, Deterrence, and Excellence can be used to address many problems facing our citizens. If you would like more information on our PRIDE Program at the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office you can call Deputy Linda Howard at 478-621-5624.
The Eddie Eagle Gun Safe® Program teaches children in pre-K through 3rd grade four important steps to take if they find a gun. These steps are presented by the program’s mascot, Eddie Eagle, in an easy-to-remember format consisting of the following simple rules: If you see a gun:
Leave the Area.
Tell an Adult. G.R.E.A.T. · Citizens Law Enforcement Academy · Citizens on Patrol · Bicycle Safety · Career Day Presentations · Carjacking · Computer Safety · Conflict Resolution · Drug Recognition/Prevention Program · Employee Theft Prevention · Gun Safety Class · Halloween & Holiday Safety · Identity Theft · Latch Key Kids · Gang Awareness · Operation ID (Kid’s Finger Printing) · Personal Safety & Common Self Defense · Public Safety Center Tours · Female Self-Protection · Business & Residential Security Surveys · Seniors Alert · Shoplifting Prevention · Violence Reduction · Workplace Violence · C.H.A.M.P.S / PAL Summer Camp · Bullying / Good Touch, Bad Touch · SALT (Seniors & Lawmen Together) · SAY (Sheriff And Youth) · Defensive Driving Program · NATI · National Night Out · Dog Walker · Business Watch
If you have any questions regarding the Bibb County Sheriff’s Outreach Division please call:
» Main Number: (478) 803-2710