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NC sheriff hiring officers for jail

Sheriff BJ Barnes has said the new 1,032-bed jail, for which voters approved more than $100 million in bond debt, could be ready to open as soon as December

By Joe Killian
News & Record

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Guilford County Sheriff's Office is working hard to find the 89 new detention officers that the Guilford County Board of Commissioners approved for the new county jail.

Sheriff BJ Barnes has said the new 1,032-bed jail, for which voters approved more than $100 million in bond debt, could be ready to open as soon as December.

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