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Indian Summer: The Seige and Fall of Fort Loudoun
Joe D. Guy  More Info

Beyond the Blue Line: Volume 2: Sixty-Four New Stories from the Other Side of Law Enforcement
Joe D. Guy  More Info

Beyond the Blue Line: Stories from the Other Side of Law Enforcement
Joe Guy  More Info

About the McMinn County Sheriff’s Department

The McMinn County Sheriff’s Department employs 86 people.  There are 32 sworn personnel, 35 civilian employees and 19 reserve officers.  The McMinn County Sheriff’s Department maintains the McMinn County Justice Center, equipped to house 128 inmates.  Since its construction in 1991, additional bedding areas have been installed so that the Justice Center will now house 200 inmates.  There are thirteen housing units in the Justice Center, four are dormitory style, four are medium security and five are maximum security.  Of the thirteen housing units maintained by the McMinn County Sheriff’s Department, only three are for female offenders.

 

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Joe D. Guy is a former McMinn County Sheriff's Department (Tennessee) deputy sheriff.  Currently, Joe Guy is a writer who writes articles on history for Appalachian Life Magazine as well as a weekly newspaper column, "Beyond the Blue Line." He has also written for the nationally distributed Community Policing Exchange.  Joe Guy is the author of three books: Beyond the Blue Line: Stories from the Other Side of Law Enforcement; Beyond the Blue Line: Volume 2: Sixty-Four New Stories from the Other Side of Law Enforcement; and, Indian Summer: The Siege and Fall of Fort Loudoun.

 

According to the book description of Beyond the Blue Line: Volume 2: Sixty-Four New Stories from the Other Side of Law Enforcement, “A State Trooper fights a belligerent clown….A former sheriff is assassinated in a small Tennessee town….Officers respond to a case of a biting duck….A naked man, a shotgun, and a camera…And that old lady the deputy just ticketed, isn’t she…the sheriff’s grandma? In Beyond the Blue Line: Volume 2, former police officer Joe D. Guy once again outdoes himself with a collection of humorous, heartwarming, and sometimes adventurous true stories from the other side of law enforcement. This assortment of tales from Mr. Guy’s popular newspaper column will forever change how you think about police officers and emergency personnel.

 

According to the book description of Indian Summer: The Siege and Fall of Fort Loudoun, “Built in the heart of the Cherokee Indian Nation by the British Colony of South Carolina, Fort Loudoun was quickly isolated when British-Cherokee relations began to break down. This history details the aftermath of the broken surrender agreement—when nearly all of the British officers died at the hands of their former Cherokee allies.”

 

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