Memorial Day Mobilization Enforcement Plan

Sheriff Media HeaderThe Bozeman Police Department and the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office are combining their traffic enforcement efforts to focus on Impaired Driving and Occupant Protection. With support from the Select Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) grant, the Bozeman Police Department and Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office will increase traffic enforcement during peak times of alcohol related offenses and crashes . This extra patrol mobilization begins May 23rd and extends through June 5th.
If you have any questions please contact Lt. Dave McManis at of the Bozeman Police Department at 582-2022 or Lt. Shane Frantz of the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office at 582-2120

Sheriff’s K-9 retirement

Sheriff Media HeaderFor Immediate Release
May 10, 2011

On May 10, 2011 Sandra Feeney, Jeff and Tyler Cotterell representing the Bozeman Lion’s Club were recognized for their support of the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit during a retirement ceremony for “Noe,”(pronounced Noey) one of the Sheriff’s Office’s police dogs. Gallatin County Sheriff, Jim Cashell, presented K-9 unit handler, Deputy Don Peterson with a plaque in honor of his and Noe’s contributions to the Sheriff’s Office and the citizens of Gallatin County.

Nine years ago, the Bozeman Lion’s Club donated $7,000 to purchase and train Noe in continued support of the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office K-9 program. The Bozeman Lion’s Club has supported the purchase other law enforcement K-9s over the past two decades.

Inmates moved to new Detention Center

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(Bozeman) – The Gallatin County Detention Center opened for business last week with the transfer of 76  inmates to the new facility.

Under tight security, heavy snow and bad roads inmates were moved from the old jail and the Broadwater County Jail into the new Detention Center.

The transfer was complete early Friday morning.

The inmates were searched, issued new identification, new uniforms and placed in the new housing pods said Detention Center Commander Lieutenant Dan Springer.

“Everything worked as expected, the worst issue was a laminating machine that broke. We are excited for the challenges ahead of us and we thank the community for their support throughout this process,” said Springer.

“This has been the product of a lot of hard work by staff with the support of elected officials and the public,” said Gallatin County Sheriff Jim Cashell.  “We have been working toward this for many years.”

County Commissioner Steve White stated he was impressed by the planning and execution of the move.  “It went smoothly and according to schedule.  This is a great improvement for Gallatin County, the safety of the inmates and employees.  It was also on time and on budget.” said Commissioner White. ###

Video Courtesy: Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office.