Welcome to the Goshen County Sheriff's Department website. This website provides you, the citizen, with valuable information related to law enforcement services for Goshen County, Wyoming. You can also contact us for questions, comments, or feedback under the ABOUT tab.
The Goshen County Sheriff's Office has some of the best detection dogs in the area. These dogs are tenacious about locating illegal drugs and lost persons. They also love to get pets and hugs from local school children.
We have patrol dogs that specialize in tracking, apprehension, building searches, and officer protection. This canine can be used to track fleeing fugitives.
In addition, we have trained detection dogs with our Search and Rescue Division that aid in the locating and retrieval of lost persons.
How We Help the Community
Assisting School Administrators and Teachers
Our K-9 team gives demonstrations at local schools. Our dogs can be used to "sniff" for drugs and paraphernalia in the common areas of the school grounds.
Helping Parents and Families
We respond to requests from concerned parents who would like their homes or vehicles "sniffed."
Partnering with Business Owners
The Sheriff's K-9 Unit assists business owners with narcotics detection in the common areas of their businesses and supports and assists with the efforts of the Drug Free Workplace programs. We also can provide community contacts for narcotic-related information and assistance.
|Alex Irons||Corporal||Deputy Sheriff|
|Doug Patrick||Corporal||Deputy Sheriff|
|Kory Fleenor||Sergeant||Deputy Sheriff|
|Gary Kirchhefer||Investigator||Deputy Sheriff|
|Justin Vickers||Deputy Sheriff|
|Wes Deen||Deputy Sheriff|
|Jeff Logsdon||Deputy Sheriff|
|Brice Gallasso||Deputy Sheriff|
The Goshen County Sheriff's Patrol Division is dedicated to increasing public safety by creating safe neighborhoods and public places. Deputies in the Patrol Division respond to calls for service from the public and investigate misdemeanor and felony crimes.
The Patrol Division provides law enforcement services to all unincorporated areas of Goshen County and is comprised of ten patrol deputies including command staff.
Patrol deputies are responsible for protecting approximately 2200 square miles of land and more than 1100 miles of roads in the county. In addition, they patrol over 113 miles of state highways and assist the Wyoming Highway Patrol, Wyoming Game and Fish, Wyoming State Parks and local municipal police forces.