To say 2018 was a busy year might be a little bit of an understatement for the Camden County Sheriff’s Department. Sheriff Tony Helms says his department received more than 29,500 calls for service, or more than 80 per day, to go along with more than 12-thousand calls to 911. The overall numbers for 2018 included more than 3500 traffic stops, more than 2200 people served with process paperwork from the courthouse, more than 2200 people incarcerated throughout the year and responding to more than 1200 alarms. Other numbers included: more than 1300 reports of suspicious activity, more than 680 reports of stealing, nearly 500 reports of domestic assaults, over 200 burglary reports, over 80 reports of assault and 17 reported sexual assaults of children. The department, according to Helms, also responded to more than 850 calls for, both, reports of animal control and requests for outside agency assists.