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Sheriff's Department launches, improves website

October 30, 2013

BY JUSTIN MINYARD
news@dailytimesleader.com

In tune with the times, the Clay County Sheriff’s Department is delving deeper and deeper into the cyber realm with its new website which aims to further improve its communication with the county.
Designed by Arkansas based Brooks Jeffrey Integrated Marketing, the website made its debut in August and serves to deliver up-to-date information to users at any point in time whether it be in regards to convicted sex offenders in the area or who has recently made their way onto the county’s most wanted list.
The website boasts an aesthetic and intuitive design with clear-cut directories, but the visuals only scratch the surface.
One key element the site brings to the table is a page dedicated to revealing current whereabouts of convicted sex offenders in the region.
“Every sex offender on the county is on here,” said Clay County Sheriff Eddie Scott.

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