Page says many locations have outdated phone numbers for contact and every so often, address number can be changes.

Camden County Sheriff’s Office deputies have been scouting the county to ensure business locations and residential building have updated info in their mapping systems, and have reported that many businesses are requesting information as to why deputies are making the rounds. 

Lt. Arlyne Page says patrols are sent out at all times of the day, scouting opened business entries and residential mishaps, alongside reports from sounded alarms. When going on these patrols, deputies must report to the building owner or key holder to alert them of any unusual findings. Recently, the Sheriff's office has been making an effort to go around to county buildings in an attempt to update this information. 

Page says many locations have outdated phone numbers for contact and every so often, address number can be changes. She says the department needs to keep these bits of information as current as possible in order to keep in regular contact. She says the department wants people to know that this update of information will allow for personnel to expedite their patrols and keep buildings safe in the county. 

“Outdated information takes valuable time away from our services,” Page said.

In order to help with this issue, Page says there are a couple things people can do. Firstly, she asks that any businesses who have changed addresses, contact personnel or phone numbers to contact her with these changes. This also goes for any sales of residential properties. Also, the mapping service personnel are requesting that all building locations showcase their building numbers in an easily visible way in the front of their building. 

Anyone who would like to report a change in building information or has questions about the process should call Page at 573-346-2243 x 249.