Would you like to learn more about what we do at the Clay County Sheriff's Office? Apply today for the upcoming session of the Citizens Academy that starts March 8. The class meets from 6-9 p.m. Tuesdays for 10 weeks in the Sheriff's Office Training Room. Participants must be at least 18 years old and able to pass a criminal background check. Applications must be submitted to by March 1, 2022. Contact PR Manager, Sarah Boyd for more information: email@example.com
The Booster Clinic was a great success. All that registered could attend, and we added a few into the schedule. The Emergency Management Team and I appreciate the time and commitment from the Detention Staff, Clay County Public Health Center nurses, Liberty Fire Department, Chief Pete Vanness, and our EM Volunteer/LFD Adam Benson for administering and assisting.
The Clay County Emergency Management team has had so much fun participating in parades over the past few weeks. It has been a great way to meet people and hand out preparedness information.
Yes, we were the group passing out the mini-sized hand sanitizers and moist toilettes for your bags or backpacks. 🙋♀️😁Remember to always #BePrepared and #HaveAPlan #emergencymanagement
Attending the Nashua Elementary School annual 9-11/Patriots Day Ceremony this morning. This mornings ceremony commemorated the 20th anniversary of the attacks. #NeverForget
Commissioners recognize scouts for PPE distribution
Liberty Troop 320 and Gladstone Troop 180 were honored by the Clay County Commission today for their outstanding effort in providing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and cleaning supplies to Early Care and Education Providers.
The Scouts and their parents helped to protect 1,915 Clay County children, sorted and delivered over 2,800 boxes, delivered to over 332 local essential workers and volunteered over 346 hours combined.
What an amazing display of community engagement and emergency preparedness. Thank you Troops 320 and 180! #TogetherClay
June 2021 Excelsior Springs Emergency Operations Center (EOC)
Excellent work the past few weeks by Chief Maddick and his crew during the storms, power outage, and flooding. The City of Excelsior Springs and the citizens were an excellent example of what "Whole of Community" resembles. The community joined forces and made sure everyone was able to recover. Our Emergency Management Specialist, Dan Reece and long time volunteer, Deb Napier, assisted Chief Maddick to set up and Emergency Operation Center (EOC).