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Editor’s Note: This is part of five-day series looking at the top stories from 2021 and what we can expect in 2022. The series will be published Dec. 26-30. Law enforcement agencies in Guernsey County are preparing for the daily demands they will face next year after a busy 2021. […]

Editor’s Note: This is part of five-day series looking at the top stories from 2021 and what we can expect in 2022. The series will be published Dec. 26-30.

Law enforcement agencies in Guernsey County are preparing for the daily demands they will face next year after a busy 2021.

Guernsey County Sheriff Jeff Paden said his office’s top priority is continuing to provide the tools necessary to meet those demands while keeping the community safe.

“We strive to train and equip the men and women of the Guernsey County Sheriff’s Office to face today’s evolving threats and crimes,” said Paden. “Ultimately, we want to continue to provide a full spectrum of services to the citizens of Guernsey County.”

“We are always looking forward to identify the next threat to our community and those individuals who look to hurt us,” added Paden. “We never want to be left thinking, I didn’t see that coming.”

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