Features new user-friendly format and enhanced online service abilities.
Carter County is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, designed to increase online services available to county residents and enhance the user-friendliness of the website.
Carter County Sheriff, Chris Bryant, stated:
“I am excited to be moving forward – out with the old and in with the new! Updating the website fulfills our mission to provide a professional website that meets the current demands of the citizens of Carter County by providing user-friendly access to information about crime and other Carter County issues.”
Bryant went on to discuss the cost-saving benefits of redesigning the website:
“This new website will further our goal of saving departmental money by reducing time spent answering phone calls to provide information that can now be accessed online. In addition, through our relationship with our communications vendor, CTC, we partnered with Lighthouse Web Designs to develop a new website at no cost to the citizens of Carter County.”
Website visitors will now have the ability to do many new tasks that they formally could only do in person or over the phone. The new website includes:
- Online Access to Jail Information: Website visitors can now access information regarding visitation, commissary, and other communication information with inmates at the jail. Coming soon is an improved experience when viewing and searching for inmates.
- Anonymous Crime Tips can now be submitted online.
- News Page: This page contains press releases and other Carter County news items to keep county residents informed.
- Sheriff Sales: Interesting parties can now view Sheriff Sales information online, increasing the accuracy of sales information available to interested parties.
- Sheriff’s Office Information: Website visitors can view staff images, bios, and job descriptions.
- Sheriff’s Office History Page: History area of the website revamped for easier reading of stories dating back to the early 1900s.
- In Memoriam Page: This area features historical information about those that have fallen in the line of duty.
- Cold Cases page revised, adding an anonymous tip capability.
For additional information contact Melissa Darter (580) 221-5506.