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South Carolina Sheriff’s Association Membership Program Letters Arrive in Mail across Oconee County

(Walhalla, SC)------------------------------------The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office has received calls from our citizens recently regarding letters that they have received in the mail from the South Carolina Sheriff’s Association.

If you receive a letter from the Sheriff’s Association, it is not a scam. The letters from the Sheriff’s Association are part of their Spring Honorary Membership Program for potential new members or membership renewals.

“The Spring Membership Drive occurs annually and we are grateful for those who have decided to either become an honorary member of the Sheriff’s Association or perhaps have decided to renew their membership,” says Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, who is a past President of the South Carolina Sheriff’s Association. “The South Carolina Sheriff’s Association only solicits memberships through the mail. If you receive a phone call from someone claiming to be from the Sheriff’s Association, hang up and presume it is a scam. The Sheriff’s Association will only contact you if you first initiate contact with them via a phone call.”

The South Carolina Sheriff’s Association stands to assist the 46 Sheriff’s in South Carolina with coordinating enforcement efforts, providing important tools and training as well as being an advocate for law enforcement in the chambers of state government in Columbia and with the Federal Government also.

Contributions that are made to the South Carolina Sheriff’s Association do not go to the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office. However, for those who are interested in donating directly to the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office, donations can be made to the Oconee Sheriff’s Foundation.

For more information regarding the Oconee Sheriff’s Foundation, e-mail Helen Westmoreland, Community Outreach Coordinator for the Sheriff’s Office, at

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