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Hampton Sheriff’s Department Plans Drive-Thru Career Fair

HAMPTON—The Hampton Sheriff’s Department will have a drive-thru career fair on Saturday, July 31, in the Bethel High School parking lot. The Department is hiring Sheriff’s deputies, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, part-time deputies, maintenance officers, and more.

From 9am–1pm on the day of the event, staff will be available to help answer questions from the comfort of your vehicle. New and returning applicants are welcome. Bethel High School is located at 1067 Big Bethel Road.

Interested individuals can pick up an application at the Hampton City Jail, Hampton Community Corrections Center, or Hampton Circuit Court. The application can also be downloaded online at www.hampton.gov/sheriff. For more information, call 757-926-2540.

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