During their July 9 regular meeting, the Forsyth County
Board of Commissioners proclaimed their support and appreciation for law
enforcement at the local, State and federal level, and applauded their
commitment to selfless service on behalf of Forsyth County, the State of
Georgia and the nation.
There are approximately 800,000 law enforcement officers
serving in communities across the United States, with more than 600 local law
enforcement agencies in the state of Georgia and Forsyth County has the
fourth largest full-service Sheriff’s Office in Georgia.
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners believes the role
of law enforcement within our community is of profound importance. Read the full proclamation read during the meeting by clicking here.