Ashley Hulsey, who is currently serving as an Investigator and Public Information Officer in the Criminal Investigations Division at the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office has been named as the Carroll County Communications Director. The transition for Hulsey will begin next month and is a joint venture between Sheriff Terry Langley and Chairman Michelle Morgan.
Hulsey began her Law Enforcement career at the Villa Rica Police Department as a Patrol Officer before transitioning to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office in 2013 serving in capacities such as a Patrol Deputy, School Resource Officer, and has been assigned to the Criminal Investigations Division since 2016 as a Crimes Against Persons Investigator along with her most recent assignment of representing the Sheriff’s Office, Emergency Management, and Carroll County Fire Rescue as Public Information Officer. She has recently been assisting the Board of Commissioners during the COVID-19 Pandemic in coordinating media relations and releasing helpful information to the public to assist in minimizing the impact of the virus in Carroll County. Hulsey has received countless hours of training in different specialty areas within Public Safety and has a Municipal background in Community Development including Building Inspections, Codes Enforcement, Planning and Zoning, along with Real Estate and Appraisal experience.
Chairman Morgan said in a statement about the transition, “I am indebted to Sheriff Langley for allowing me to utilize Public Information Officer/Investigator Ashley Hulsey for the past several months to help inform and educate the public as we have navigated through COVID-19. Her ability to work with employees, citizens, and local media has been invaluable and I am thrilled she is willing to move into this newly created position to better serve our constituents.”
Hulsey is a seasoned spokesperson and has established a strong working relationship with our local and Atlanta media outlets, preparing press releases and conducting on camera interviews on a regular basis. Hulsey stated regarding her new position, “I love Carroll County, it’s where I grew up, attended school, raised a family, and began my career. I believe it is so important now more than ever that Government entities communicate with the citizens and community and present a clear message to establish dialogue that we can all learn and grow from. I am so excited to showcase all the hard work the County does and let everyone know why Carroll County is the best place to live, work, and raise a family.”
Sheriff Terry Langley stated in regard to Hulsey’s transition, “I am excited for Ashley and believe she will be an asset serving in this capacity along with continuing to serve the Sheriff’s Office as Public Information Officer. Ashley has done an exceptional job in all the positions that she has held with our office and I expect great things from her in the future. She will definitely be missed from our investigations division but will still be an integral member of our team here at the Sheriff’s Office.”