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Logan County dedicates new detention center, sheriff’s office


Logan County Judge Ray Gack and former Logan County Sher- iff Boyd Hicks cut a ceremonial ribbon to open the new Logan County Detention Center and Sheriff’s Office. They are joined by state and county officials and leaders.


Gack, Logan County Sheriff Jason Massey, former Logan County Sheriff Boyd Hicks, Arkansas Secretary of State John Turston and legislators joined a large group of resi- dents in cutting a ceremonial ribbon and giving tours of the new building. Gack said public safety is one of many reasons that led the county to build the new facility. “Tey (residents) are going to be safer and law enforcement will be able to protect them better,” said Gack. Construction for the facility, located at 201 S. Lowder St.


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Above left: Logan County Judge Ray Gack speaks to the dedi- cation ceremony crowd. Above right: Former Logan County Sheriff Boyd Hicks speaks to dedication attendees.


in Paris, began in November 2016, and was funded by a half- cent sales tax that will eventually expire. Sheriff Massey says the jail should be up and running in about three weeks after their detention officers’ have been trained on how to use the facility.


Far left: The dedication ceremony attendees line up outside the front of the facility. Left: Logan County Sheriff Jason Massey signs the ceremonial ribbon.


Right: Detention center employees work at central command station. Right


center: A look inside a room that will serve as a common space for inmates. Far right: The jail has a brand new law enforcement training room.


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ogan County Judge Ray Gack called the opening of the county’s new 100-bed detention center and sheriff’s office a “historic moment” for the county during a dedication ceremony Wednesday, May 22.


County, state and local officials and leaders including


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