ECSO expands its social network
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The Effingham County Sheriff’s Office has embraced the world of social media, and its next venture could be popular right off the bat. It already has more than 1,400 “likes.”

The ECSO has launched a Facebook page just for its humane enforcement division, and the page will be used to post photos of animals picked up by humane enforcement division — what used to be animal control — officers and taken to the shelter. So if your pet is missing and you think it may have been picked up by officers, you can look at the Facebook page. Along with the pictures, you can see where the animals were picked up.

You can search on Facebook for Effingham County Sheriff’s Humane Enforcement.

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