HCSO 2023 Annual Report

2023 was a transitional year for Jail Operations as we shifted from a pandemic to what is now considered our new normal. Operationally, the number of inmates and services increased; however, our staff worked diligently to ensure operational standards remained seamlessly in place. This goal was achieved while maintaining the highest degree of professionalism, with a strong emphasis on creating a safe and secure environment for our staff, vendors, and inmates. The dedicated men and women assigned to Jail Operations oversaw an average of over 900 inmates daily and received specialized training during 2023. This training included Mental Health Security Management Protocols, an Enhanced Classification System for mental health inmates, and how to better recognize inmates experiencing a mental health crisis. Additionally, we are proud to have promoted the very first detention Lieutenants. This newly created position is a gateway to providing a new career path for non- sworn detention officers. Previously, only sworn personnel were afforded the opportunity to become a lieutenant assigned to Jail Operations. I am humbled and honored to be able to serve the citizens of Henry County as the Henry County Sheriff’s Office Jail Operations Commander. The Jail Operations team looks forward to a new year full of successes, exciting possibilities, and the opportunity to serve. JAIL OPERATIONS

Respectfully, Tina Daniel Colonel Tina Daniel Jail Commander

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