Randolph County Sheriff’s Office

Robert R. Elbon, Jr., Sheriff

Drug Awareness

Randolph County Sheriff’s Office

Promoting a Safer, More Prosperous Community for ALL

The mission of the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office includes the protection of life and property, as well as preserving quality of life. As Magistrate of Randolph County, Robert R. Elbon, Jr. continuously witnessed the awful effects of harmful illicit substances as local residents hit “rock bottom.” In that position, he felt unable to do all he could to help prevent this from occurring. To better protect the people and community he loves, he sought to lead the people as Sheriff of Randolph County. Today, Sheriff Rob Elbon is upholding his campaign promises with a top priority of promoting a safer and more prosperous community for ALL. The process begins with acknowledging the seriousness of the issue, promoting community awareness, and providing access to preventive resources and effective drug, alcohol, and mental health treatment and recovery services.

Drug Addiction & Abuse

Resources for Our Community, Affected Individuals and Families

The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to provide access to the following drug addiction and abuse information and resources designed to empower our community.

Drug Law Enforcement

Drug Education & Awareness

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Recovery Resources

Locate an Addiction Treatment Center Near Home

Expert, confidential assistance for addicts, alcoholics, families, friends, professionals, and all people young and old.

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Why Should You Consider Protecting Your Family with Narcan?

Due to the community prevalence of potent –and deadly—substances, such as fentanyl and carfentanil, it is recommended that every household consider obtaining and learning how to administer Naloxone (Narcan). Inadvertent or accidental contact with an extremely small quantity of these materials could lead to opioid overdose.