Quick Info Guide

Business Address:
P.O. Box 874
Gray, GA 31032

Street Address:
123 Holmes Hawkins Dr
Gray, GA 31032

Sheriff's Office Business Phone:
478-986-3489
478-986-3479

Jail Phone:
478-986-4992

Drug Line:
478-986-2239

Emergency Number:
911

Sheriff's Office
FAX Numbers:

Administration:
478-986-3475

E-911 Center:
478-986-2035
 

Curfew is a law that keeps kids under the age of 17 off the streets and away from gangs, drugs and crime. Curfews, which apply to the nighttime hours, aren’t just there to keep the good kids from going bad; they are also there to keep the good kids from being hurt or becoming victims of crime.

If you are with a parent or guardian you are allowed to be out after curfew, as long as they are supervising you.

If you have a job, it is OK to be out after curfew. Just make sure you go straight to and from work. Stopping to hang out with friends would mean breaking curfew.

Hanging out and breaking curfew can cost you: If you are caught after curfew, there may be or you may be required to do community service.
The State of Georgia has a curfew to keep all juveniles off of the public streets from 11:00 PM – 5:00 AM Sunday through Thursday. 12:00 AM – 5:00 AM for Friday and Saturday.
 

Safe Surfing: Internet Sa

The Internet is great and a fun way to explore.  However there are bad people out there that want to take advantage of kids. Here are some tips to be smart when surfing on the World Wide Web:

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Be very careful when on the Internet.  People
online may not be who they say they are.

 

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Never give out your real name, any personal
information (like your age or where you live)
when you’re in a public chat room, on an electronic
bulletin board or in your E-mail messages.

 

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Make up fun nicknames when you are online.
 

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Never call anyone you meet on the Internet.
 

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Never send anyone you don’t know a picture of yourself.
 

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Never respond to messages or bulletin board items that are rude, mean or threatening, and make sure you tell an adult if you get a message like that.  
 

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Make sure you never give out any passwords.  People who work for the Internet will never ask for passwords.
 

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Realize that everything you read or see on the Internet may not be true.
 

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Never let anyone pressure you into doing something you feel uncomfortable doing.
 

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Never enter an area on the Internet that charges for services without asking permission from a responsible adult first.
 

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Never arrange a face-to-face meeting with any other computer user without getting a parent's permission.
 

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Discuss the rules for using the Internet with your parents.  They might put restrictions on the computer to help protect you.


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