Classes for all ages teach: You Are Worth Defending
An attempted kidnapping in 2017 prompted the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office to ask themselves what they could do to make families feel safer. In January 2018, the department began holding a regular Self Defense Academy to teach
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office launched a customized version of The Sheriff App for iPhone and Android devices. The app was developed to help sheriffs’ offices nationwide reach their citizens where they are: their smart phones.
This adaptation is no surprise to users, as WCSO under
Jeff Schmalback and daughter Kayla (4) cutting a nice rug on the Austin Avenue dance floorDance Elements on the Celebrate Georgetown StageBrooklyn (3) and Finley (1) at the paradeMonica Garza sits for her "portrait" at Rita Kirkman's caricature boothilly (8) and Bobby (5) of Georgetown
January 10, 2019 is the 15th anniversary of Rachel Cooke’s disappearance. In 2003, at home on Christmas break from college, Rachel (then 19) went out for a run and has not been seen since. Her parents’ search received state- and nationwide attention, including being featured
On Tuesday, October 16, Georgetown Eagle Scout Candidate Lucas Friggler was joined by Judge Bill Gravell, Williamson County District Attorney Shawn Dick, Sheriff Robert Chody, and other volunteers to help renovate the Williamson County Child Advocacy Center.
Friggler and other Boy Scouts have organized the renovation
Republican candidate for County Judge Bill Gravell took a break from the campaign for a ride-out with Sheriff Robert Chody to gain a better understanding—from the ground—of what law enforcement officers do and need on a day-to-day basis.
“I want our deputies and Law Enforcement personnel
Candidate for County Judge Bill Gravell announced this week that while he does plan to ensure Williamson County does not become a sanctuary county, he is unequivocally opposed to separating children from their families. "Caging children is an absolute wrong," Judge Gravell says, "But we
Emergency Telecom Awareness
The week of April 9 was Telecommunications Awareness Week. Williamson County Commissioners recognized and celebrated many superlative employees for their service and heroics of the past year at a standing-room-only ceremony April 10.
EMS Director Scott Parker highlighted the day to day skills of all employees,
by Congressman John Carter
Both in Congress and around Texas’ 31st Congressional District, I’m known as “Judge” from my 20 years as the Williamson County District Judge.
From my time on the bench to my time in Congress, I’ve had decades of experience working with our law
[caption id="attachment_3202" align="alignleft" width="594"] Sheriff Robert Chody, Julia Gonzalez, Julie Sharifian[/caption]
Meals on Wheels of Williamson & Burnet Counties celebrated March for Meals with a Champions event at the Madella Hilliard Center in Georgetown. Elected and community leaders were invited to champion the need for seniors