Sheriff Daniels Going Door-to-Door to Combat Crime

Green Cove Springs, Fla. Jan. 18 – Sheriff Darryl Daniels will go door-to-door in a neighborhood in Clay County. He wants to hear first-hand from residents about issues and concerns. The inaugural Community Walk will take place Jan. 24 at 4:30 p.m., in the 100 block of Jefferson Avenue and the surrounding area in Orange Park.

“When I was on the campaign trail, I said to those committing crime and dealing drugs in Clay County that the clock is ticking. Well, the time is up. By hitting the streets and walking in the neighborhoods, my deputies and I can learn more about what is really happening in those areas,” said Sheriff Daniels. “Crime reduction and community engagement are our major initiatives. The Community Walk is just another strategy to help us combat crime.”

Sheriff Daniels and deputies with the sheriff’s office will conduct Community Walks throughout the year. They will also host Town Hall Meetings with business, community and faith-based leaders to improve community relationships and reduce crime.

Chris Padget