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  1. EVENTS
  2. Crime Prevention and Safety Tips
  3. Fatal Experience Program

TWO EVENTS IN ONE!

 

On April 30, 2016 the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office, the MDEA and AARP will be teaming up to bring you DRUG TAKE BACK DAY AND SHRED FEST!

Just in time for spring cleaning, you can rid your house of dangerous unused medications along with all unneeded paperwork that may contain your personal information in a safe and secure manner.

It's free and conveniently located at the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office, 36 County Way in Portland.

For more information contact Deputy Joe Schnupp at (207) 774-1444 ext. 2228.

The Shred Fest is one day only, click here to learn more, but don't forget that you can safely dispose of your unwanted and unused medications 24/7 at the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office Jail, 50 County Way in Portland.

  1. NEIGHBORHOOD CRIME PREVENTION
  2. SNAP PROGRAM
Crime prevention never works better than when a community works hand in hand with law enforcement. Currently, the Cumberland County Sheriffs Office has joined with concerned citizens in Standish to form the Standish Neighborhood Watch Group. They meet once a month and work together to help eliminate crime in their area.  For more information on this group contact Deputy Howard Brown.

If you are interested in joining a group in your area, or would like to start one in your neighborhood, contact Deputy Joe Schnupp for more information