PUBLIC SAFETY ACADEMY
The Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office is presenting its third Public Safety Academy. This academy will be 10 weeks in length and will occur on every Thursday evening from 6pm-9pm. It is set to begin on Thursday, April 2, 2015 and end on June 4, 2015. The academy is open to any adult that is interested in the various aspects of law enforcement. Some of the topics include 911 communications, Search and Rescue, Patrol work, Special Response team, Detective work, EMS, Fire Service, Drug Task Force and Detention Center information. The student will get a chance to learn, participate and see demonstrations on these topics as well as numerous others.
For more information or to register for the class please contact Lt. Shane Frantz at 582-2120 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Class size is limited.
* FIRE SAFETY, WARNING, AND EVACUATION INFORMATION *
The following documents contain information to assist homeowners in preparing for an evacuation in the event a wildfire threatens their property. This is INFORMATION ONLY; should an evacuation be ordered, Law Enforcement and/or Forest Service personnel will attempt to contact property owners in person or will leave a copy of such order. As of this posting (August 21, 2013) NO evacuation orders have been issued.
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The Gallatin County Sheriff's Office was formed in 1865 and has had a tradition of service to our community ever since. We are responsible for general Law Enforcement in Gallatin County. These duties include, but are not limited to Search and Rescue, Criminal Investigation, General Patrol, Civil Process, Office of the Coroner, Detention, Animal Control, Concealed Weapons Permits, Prisoner Transports, and Court Security.
We patrol the county's 2517 square miles by car, truck, boat, bike, and even snowmobile. We are currently allotted 52 sworn deputies that are assigned to several detachments including Patrol, Detectives, Administration, Support Services, and the Missouri River Drug Task Force. We also administer the Gallatin County Detention Center where our dedicated civilian detention officers attend to incarcerated individuals.
As proud members of this Office, we are dedicated to protect
and serve Gallatin County.
Enhance the quality of life in Gallatin County through service and innovation from dedicated, caring Law Enforcement professionals.
Integrity - To demonstrate integrity in all I do.
Duty - To uphold my sworn duty and responsibility.
Ethics - To be ethical in my decisions and conduct.
Attitude - To be positive in my words and actions.
Leadership - To lead by example and motivate those around me.
Service - To serve the community with respect and compassion.