News Maker Mark Butler on WCSO Football camp and more

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) has recently received state accreditation and is also offering a Citizen Connect service.

We spoke to Warren County Sheriff Mark Butler about that in our latest news maker.

News makers are brought to you by Warren County Together We are Community.

Sheriff Butler tells us what the Sheriff’s Office did to acquire accreditation.

He also tells us with accreditation it helps to offer technology that can help create the Citizen Connect program.

Sheriff Butler also gives us a little bit of information on the June 10 Football Camp at the Health and Human Services Complex on 15 Street Front Royal.

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News Makers Will Bryan and Sheriff Butler on a football camp

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO) will offer a football camp on April 2.

The camp will be held at the field at the 15th St. Health and Human Services building in Front Royal.

We spoke to Sheriff Butler and Will Bryan about the camp in our latest news maker.

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The two men explain how the camp came about.

They also tell us what to expect at the camp.

There is great incentive to attend for any student.

Food and refreshment will be served for attendees as well.

All proceeds will benefit two different charities in the community. 

There will be professional players and Shenandoah University coaches and athletes on hand as well.

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The Rockland Road closure has Sheriff Butler in touch with NSR

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Rockland Road is closed to through traffic until at least Thursday for track repair.

Motorist are asked to use alternate routes Fairground, Ashby Station or Morgan Ford Roads in the meantime.

Warren County Sheriff Mark Butler has been in contact with Norfolk Southern Railroad (NSR).

The Sheriff expressed his concern regarding the lack of notification on the closure.

Butler wants the public to know he has also contacted State Elected Officials about the excessive impeding of public and private roads in the county for unacceptable periods of time.

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