Expansion, renovation make Coweta Sheriff's Office much more functional

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Sheriff Mike Yeager points to a screen that is located in all the supervisors’ offices at the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office, and in their patrol vehicles. It shows the location of all patrol vehicles, as well as fire and EMS units.

By SARAH FAY CAMPBELL
sarah@newnan.com
The completed expansion and renovation at the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office has created a more functional and user-friendly space, and is better for the employees, victims of crime and the general public.
“It’s great space that was much needed,” said Sheriff Mike Yeager. “It has really helped us.”
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