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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.

Gallatin County Sheriff's Office

Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office21 hours ago

One of our deputies received an anonymous thank-you card that made her day!

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Training for law enforcement doesn’t occur in one two-day continuing education seminar each year; it takes place all year long. The State of Montana requires 20 hours of in-service training every two years. In addition, each officer (deputies and detention) is required to maintain certifications for using Intoxilyzers and Tasers; detention officers add pepperball while deputies maintain certifications in three types of firearms, adding up to 36 hours of training each year. Defensive tactics adds another 18 hours/year. Most deputies also take other training, such as Crisis Intervention Team or running scenarios for a major incident response. They often have collateral duties that involve training, such as Special Response Team, mounted patrol, or K9s. All told, GCSO expects its deputies to get around 150 hours/year of training so that when there’s a problem, everyone – the parties involved, the officers, and the public – has a better chance of going home safely.

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Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office6 days ago

Information on the County’s snowplowing procedures.

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Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office1 week ago

On 01/07/2018 at 3:47 p.m. a forest service law enforcement officer was contacted at Lionshead Trailhead by a wayward snowmobiler who said his three companions had entered an area that he was uncomfortable riding in because of the steep slope and deep snow conditions. The 16-year-old male from Bozeman decided not to enter the area and instead stayed on the trail and followed it to the trailhead. He had been texting with his companions who provided GPS coordinates of their location and indicated they had become stuck and were attempting to extricate their snowmobiles. By 5:16 p.m. it had become apparent that they would be unable to get their snowmobiles unstuck and find their way out of the steep canyon they had entered. Volunteer Rescuers from Gallatin County Search and Rescue in West Yellowstone and the Forest Service responded to assist.

Information received via text message from the snowmobilers indicated that they were located in a deep canyon near Lionshead Mountain approximately 15 miles west of West Yellowstone. They reported that they were getting cold but had been able to get a fire going. Rescuers split into two teams to find the best way into and out of the area. When found. the two MSU students from Bozeman and one 22-year-old male from Denver were escorted out of the canyon. Due to the steep terrain and deep snow present in the canyon, rescue teams had an extremely difficult time getting the snowmobiles unstuck and back out to the trail.

Gallatin County Sheriff Brian Gootkin would like to remind snowmobilers that it’s not uncommon to become disoriented and/or stuck in steep mountainous terrain. Proper equipment and survival gear can make all the difference when faced with the possibility of spending a significant amount of time out in the elements. Snowmobilers are also encouraged to ride areas within their skill level.

Gallatin County Sheriff's Office

Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office1 week ago

As of Monday, January 8, the Gallatin County Detention Center held 142 inmates. Of these, 124 are being held on charges occurring within Gallatin County, 6 are being held for the Department of Corrections, and 12 are held on contract for other counties and the U.S. Marshals.

Gallatin County Sheriff's Office

Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office1 week ago

Community Connect is an event that brings together community volunteers to provide access to services for homeless individuals and families. It will occur on Saturday, Jan 27, 9:00-1:00 at the Bozeman Public Library. For information on this event, national drug-use trends among adolescents, and new standards for vaping, see C-CODA’s monthly newsletter.