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Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office

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. Our duties include Patrol, Search and Rescue, criminal investigations, civil process, Office of the Coroner, animal control, issuing Concealed Weapons Permits, prisoner transports, court security, and running the Detention Center.

We patrol the county’s 2517 square miles by car, truck, boat, bike, horseback, and even snowmobile. We are currently allotted 56 sworn deputies who are assigned to several detachments: Patrol, Detectives, Support Services, and the Missouri River Drug Task Force. We also administer the Gallatin County Detention Center, where dedicated civilian detention officers attend to inmates.

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Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office19 hours ago

Local enforcement agencies will have extra patrols out on the lookout for impaired drivers during the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations to prevent injuries and fatalities on the roadways. The Montana Highway Patrol will also be out statewide patrolling to deter and detect drunk drivers.

In the U.S., one person dies in an alcohol-impaired vehicle crash every 50 minutes. On St. Patrick’s Day – one of the deadliest holidays on our nation’s roads – this rate only increases. During the 2012-2016 St. Patrick’s Day holiday period, 269 lives were lost in drunk-driving crashes.
Drunk driving isn’t just deadly; in all 50 states, it is illegal to drive with a BAC of .08 or higher. In Montana, if you are pulled over and found to be impaired, you will receive a DUI, get your license revoked, and possibly receive jail time and up to $10,000 in fines. The consequences are more severe for repeat offenders.

The public can join in on this effort by ensuring sober transportation for all friends and family members and calling 911 to report any suspected drunk drivers on the road. In all situations, wearing your seat belt continues to be the best defense against impaired driving.

We ask that you have a safe and memorable St. Patrick’s Day.
Sheriff Brian Gootkin, Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office
Capt. Mark Wilfore, Montana Highway Patrol
Chief Steve Crawford, Bozeman Police Dept.
Chief E. J. Clark Jr., Belgrade Police Dept.
Chief Dennis Hengel, Manhattan Police Dept
Chief Bill Dove, Bozeman/Yellowstone Airport Police
Chief Frank Parish Jr., Montana State University Police Dept.
Chief Scott Newell, West Yellowstone Police Dept.

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Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office2 days ago

Work on the Storm Castle Bridge in Gallatin Canyon will start on March 23rd. The bridge will be completely closed to the public, including snowmobiles, until they are finished, most likely mid-May. Admin or private land access will have 20-minute delays on most days, except for a 10-day stretch where the bridge will be completely closed and nobody can cross over with a vehicle. The contractor is planning on those 10 days being the first part of April, but it is dependent on weather.

Please plan accordingly for any needs you may have accessing the Storm Castle road/area and Shenango. To emphasize, there could be up to 10 days where the bridge is completely closed (first part of April).

Garnet Lookout renters can walk (ski, horseback) in if they already have a reservation and still want to go, or they can get a refund if they don’t want to. They can park in the pullout on the river just south of the bridge.

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Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office shared Gallatin County Emergency Management’s post.2 days ago

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Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office4 days ago

Tuesday at 3:00 PM Gallatin County 911 Communications received a report of a 54-year-old Belgrade man with a dislocated hip near Skinner Road north of Belgrade. He had been riding a four-wheeler when the injury occurred. The reporting party told dispatch that they did not believe anyone would be able to drive to their location so Gallatin County Search and Rescue was dispatched with Central Valley Fire. The fire department was the first on scene and was able to get to the patient with the help of the reporting party’s vehicle. A Life Flight Network helicopter was dispatched and landed near the patient. Search and Rescue volunteers used four wheelers to get to the patient and helped move him to the helicopter.

Sheriff Brian Gootkin would like to remind everyone to four-wheel, snowmobile, and recreate with a partner.

Gallatin County Sheriff's Office

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Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office shared Gallatin County 911 Communications’s post.5 days ago

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Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office6 days ago

As of Monday, March 12, the Gallatin County Detention Center held 150 inmates. Of these, 126 are being held on charges occurring within Gallatin County, 8 are being held for the Department of Corrections, and 16 are held on contract for other counties and the U.S. Marshals.

The Department of Corrections, Montana counties, and the U.S. Marshals pay according to contracts with the Detention Center. Most of the income from these contracts covers the expenses of housing inmates and providing the services they need (such as meals, equipment, mental health services, medical treatment, and clothing). The rest of the income is saved for future expansion needs of the Detention Center or other detention projects.