New Mobile Website Launched for Barry County Sheriff's Office

New Mobile Website Launched for Barry County Sheriff’s Office

 Sheriff Mick Epperly with the Barry County Sheriff’s Office announces the launch of their mobile website.  The mobile site is designed specifically for smart phones and mobile device users.  

 The new mobile website solution provides easy access to the most popular content for site visitors including press releases, inmate roster, most wanted, and sex offender information.  The mobile site is an abbreviated version of the Sheriff’s Office full website.

 The mobile site is compatible with virtually all phones and mobile devices including Blackberry, iPhone, Windows phone, Android phone, iPad, and other types of tablets.  To access the mobile law enforcement site, simply type the web address of the Sheriff’s Office (www.barrycountysheriff.com) using the smart phone or tablet’s Internet browser.  The mobile site will immediately display.  Because the mobile site uses mainly text, with the option to download images and graphics, the site displays quickly and saves on data plans.  For users who prefer to view the full website, there is a link at the bottom of the mobile site to access the complete site.

 “Each day, more and more web users are accessing the Internet via smart phones or other mobile devices.  Our new mobile site provides a convenient way for the public to view important information from the Sheriff’s Office while on the go.  This mobile technology broadens the scope of our community policing efforts and improves our ability to keep our citizens informed,” stated Sheriff Mick Epperly.

 MostWantedWebsites.com by Borkks-Jeffrey Marketing, Inc., headquartered inMountain Home,Arkansas, hosts the mobile site for the Barry County Sheriff’s Office.  The company is one of the leading developers of law enforcement website solutions for Sheriff’s Offices and Police Departments in the nation.

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