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2019 RED RIBBON GRANT RECIPIENTS

BOONE COUNTY

Bergman Schools – Sheriff Mike Moore 
(Pictured left to right) Doug Becker, SRO – Kelsey Slay, Elementary Counselor – Debbie Atkinson, Elementary Principal 

CALHOUN COUNTY

Hampton High & Elementary School – Sheriff Vernon Morris
(Pictured left to right)  – Tom Sawyer, Bryan Sanders, Sheriff Vernon Morris, SRO/Terry Clark and Jimmy Cunningham

COLUMBIA COUNTY

Walker Pre-K Center, East Side Elementary, Central Elementary, Magnolia Jr. High and Magnolia High Schools – Sheriff Mike Loe
Pictured: Sheriff Mike Loe and Magnolia curriculum coordinator Kim Wyrick

CRAWFORD COUNTY

James R. Tate Elementary – Sheriff Ron Brown
(Pictured left to right) Deputy Robin Kuykendall – SRO, Dr. Robert Childers Tate Elementary Principal and Sheriff Ron Brown

CROSS COUNTY

Cross County High School  – Sheriff David West  
(Pictured left to right) Superitendent Nathan Morris, Nikki Williams, Sheriff David West, SRO Deputy Jon Owens, and Principal Mr. Prince

FAULKNER COUNTY

Woodrow Cummins School – Sheriff Tim Ryals
(Pictured left to right) Cheif Deputy Matt Rice, Baker Burnell, Kane Moore, Lacey Holder, Olivia Bartholomew, Sara Moore-Counselor and Sheriff Tim Ryals

INDEPENDENCE COUNTY

Batesville Junior High School – Sheriff Shawn Stephens
(Pictured left to right) Drew Sandage/Asst. Superintendent, Mrs.Covington/Art Teacher, Sheriff Shawn Stephens and Matt Dougles/Jr. High School Principal

LONOKE COUNTY

Cabot Jr. South School – Sheriff John Staley
(Pictured left to right) Principal Dr. John West, Sheriff John Staley, Paraprofessional Leah Smith, Nurse Niclole Weathers, SRO Ryan Cardona, Asst. Principal Mandee Carmical, and Counselor Carrie Lowery

MADISON COUNTY

Huntsville & Saint Paul Schools – Sheriff Rick Evans
(Pictured left to right) Sheriff Rick Evans, Dennis Fisher-Superintendent and Monica Schoonover-SRO

MISSISSIPPI COUNTY

Armorel Elementary – Sheriff Dale Cook
(Pictured Left to Right) Superintendent Tiffany Morgan, Counselor Kelli Gilliam, Sheriff Dale Cook and Elementary Principal Joey Carr

MONGTOMERY COUNTY

Caddo Hills High School – Sheriff David White
(Pictured left to right) Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputy/CHHS SRO Stacy Watson and CHHS Counselor Julie Young

PIKE COUNTY

Centerpoint Elementary  – Sheriff Travis Hill
(Pictured left to right) Elementary Counslor Kelsie Lynch and Sheriff Travis Hill 

POINSETT COUNTY

East Poinsett County Schools / Lepanto & Tyronza Elementary – Sheriff Kevin Molder
(Pictured left to right) Payton Weathers, Counselor and Sheriff Kevin Molder

POLK COUNTY

Holly Harshman Elementary, Mena School District – Sheriff Scott Sawyer
(Pictured Left to right) Behavioral Interventionist Ashlyn Watts, Counselor Vicky Maye, Sheriff Scott Sawyer, Principal Tamara Smart, Deputy Justin Wagner

PULASKI COUNTY

SEBASTIAN COUNTY

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HONOR GUARD MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

We hold our Honor Guard to a high Standard and members are required to make a 2yr commitment. 

If you are willing and want to become a part of the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association Honor Guard please fill out an application, read the memorandum of understanding and submit it to Kim Bradley at kimb@arsheriffs.org.

Your application will be viewed and a member of the ASA staff will contact you upon selection.  If there are any question please contact our office at 501-244-0400

 

Honor Guard Membership Application (Please Click to Download .pdf)


Honor Guard Memorandum (Please Click to Download .pdf)
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ARKANSAS LAW ENFORCEMENT MEMORIAL

ARKANSAS LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS MEMORIAL: 

“Honoring Arkansas Law Enforcement Officers killed in the line of duty”

Event held at the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial site on
Capitol Grounds, Little Rock 

Date to be Announced

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ASA STAFF

Scott Bradley
Executive Director

sbradley@arsheriffs.org
501-244-0400
Kim Bradley
Executive Administrative Assistant

kimb@arsheriffs.org
501-244-0400
Sonya Montgomery
Administrative Assistant

sonya@arsheriffs.org
501-244-0400




Tonya Carter
Drug Program Coordinator
tcarter@arsheriffs.org
501-244-0400
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VINE

ARKANSAS STATEWIDE VINE

VINE Service Number : (800) 510-0415

TTY: (866) 847-1298

ARKANSAS STATEWIDE VINE RESOURCES

TTY: 1-866-847-1298

VINELink is an online resource that allows you to search for information regarding an offender, case, or probationer/parolee. It is provided as a compliment to the existing VINE service in your area. This site as well as the VINE service is provided to you by the state of Arkansas in an effort to help keep the public safe and informed. You’ll also notice that we have provided a list of various victim resource services that are available to you in the state of Arkansas. We encourage you to use these resources.

http://www.acic.org

ARKANSAS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE COURTS


The Arkansas VINE Service provides court event information on criminal cases handled by participating Prosecuting Attorneys. However, there are some counties where the Arkansas VINE Service is receiving information on criminal court cases from Circuit Courts. Some Circuit Courts are sending scheduled events to the Arkansas VINE Service while some are unable to send any events such as trial dates. Registration for notification on court cases are available from participating Prosecuting Attorneys and Circuit Courts where event information is received by Arkansas VINE.

https://caseinfo.aoc.arkansas.gov

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YOUTH RANCH

ARKANSAS SHERIFFS’ YOUTH RANCHES

The Ranch’s program is centered on the belief that abused, neglected or abandoned children – all children for that matter – must establish a nurturing relationship with at least one caring adult to become a healthy productive adult themselves. We know from our own experiences that abused and neglected children often move from depression to despair to rage before coming here. Admission records indicate that 90 percent of children in the residential program are victims of physical, emotional or sexual abuse. Many are not known to be victims upon admission, but instances of abuse are revealed after they have been at the Ranch for a while as a result of us learning more about them.

The road to recovery for our children is often long and bumpy. Therefore, we make a commitment to every child who enters our residential program – a commitment that extends from the board of directors to management personnel, administrative staff, houseparents, support staff and volunteers. We pledge to open our lives, and ultimately our hearts, to these special children and to support their aspirations for “as long as it takes,” — knowing all the while that we have to believe in them long before they are able to believe in themselves.

A unique aspect of the Ranch is that there is no “up and out” philosophy. In most programs, children “age out” at 18. Children admitted to our residential program may remain through post-secondary education – until they are socially and financially prepared for independence and have stable employment.

www.youthranches.com

GIVE A CHILD A GIFT OF HOME


Since 1976, the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches have provided hope and healing to children who, through no fault of their own, needed a place to call home. Since it was founded by the Sheriffs of Arkansas, the Ranch has been home to more than 2,100 boys and girls from every corner of the state. Your gift supports our mission to provide stable and loving homes for some of Arkansas’s most deserving children. To make a donation click here https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/YouthRanches

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RED RIBBON CAMPAIGN

ARKANSAS SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION RED RIBBON GRANTS 
 

2019 Applications Available – Deadline to apply September 27, 2019
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD – ASA RED RIBBON WEEK GRANT APPLICATIONS

2017 Red Ribbon Grant Recipients
2018 Red Ribbon Grant Recipients
2019 Red Ribbon Grant Recipients
 

ABOUT THE ARKANSAS SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION RED RIBBON CAMPAIGN™

This is the 4th Annual Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association Red Ribbon Grant Campaign.  Each year the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association has awarded over 20 thousand dollars in grants.  The Sheriffs of Arkansas take a strong stance on the war against drugs and believe it starts with our children.
 
The Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association drug awareness program strives to bring the “Be Smart Don’t Start” campaign to schools all year through out the state, teaching drug prevention to our youth.

All Schools in the state of Arkansas are encouraged to apply for the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association Red Ribbon Grant.  Each year the grant recipients are announced on October 1st.  Keep checking our website for updated information when the new applications are ready. 

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HONOR GUARD

The Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association Honor Guard is an organization made up of deputies from all over Arkansas who have volunteered their time to serve as stewards to law enforcement functions throughout the State. These deputies are tireless in their efforts of bringing a formal sense of unity from law enforcement officers to funerals of deceased officers, law enforcement graduations, and various other events which call upon services of the ASA Honor Guard throughout the year.

If you are interested in becoming a member of our Arkansas Sheriffs’ Honor Guard. Please click on Honor Guard Membership Application link to your right. 

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EMPLOYMENT

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ASA LICENSE PLATE

Your license plate. It’s an expense you can count on year in and year out. So why not make your money count with an Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association License Plate?
 

With an ASA License Plate, 75% of your purchased funds will go directly to the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Wives’ Scholarship Fund. The ASA Wives’ Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to children of Arkansas Sheriffs or sworn Deputies serving in the State of Arkansas. What about the other 25% of those funds?  The other 25% will benefit the Fallen Law Enforcement Officers’ Beneficiary Fund. Which provides financial assistance to the families of Fallen Law Enforcement Officers. So that means that 100% of your yearly planned expense can go to a great cause! Why not?! Contact your local DMV today, to order your new Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association License Plate!