The Platte County Sheriff's Office is dedicated to the protection of the people of Platte County and the professional enforcement of local, state, and federal laws. In accomplishing our mission the men and women of the Sheriff's Office, who are themselves members of the community, will provide prompt and efficient response to those they serve. The Platte County Sheriff's Office values public trust and the confidence of our citizens. The Sheriff is the Chief Executive and Administrator of the Sheriff's Office. He oversees the Patrol Division, the Detention Division and the Communication Division. The Platte County Sheriff serves as an elected official, with a four year term.
The Administration Section consists of two full time administrative secretary- Cassidy Kirlin and Kayla Robinett. The secretaries handle all correspondence, accounts payable and receivable, payroll, civil process, abandoned vehicles, compile and maintain records and files, monthly and yearly reports, personnel files, etc.
The Patrol Division consists of Undersheriff Grady Winders, nine Deputy Sheriffs - Lt. Josh Fellows, Sgt. William Kirlin, Sgt. John Matthews, Chris Orr, Roy Orr, Matthew Anderson, David Smith and Ward McConahay. Undersheriff Winders is our School Resource Officer and is busy with DARE classes in Guernsey, Glendo and Chugwater. Patrol duties consist of patrolling the county, answering requests for assistance calls from the public, investigating crimes, serving civil process, enforcing state statutes, serving arrest warrants, and writing reports.
The Detention Division consists of Administrator Captain David Russell, 14 Detention Deputies and three part-time deputies. Their duties consist of taking care of all prisoners incarcerated, transporting prisoners, extraditions of prisoners, and providing a safe and secure detention center. We also have one maintenance person and three kitchen workers.
The Communication Division consists of 6 Dispatchers- Randy Chesser, Deborrah Banish, Jamie Webb, Mariah Matthews, Tiffany Willadsen, and Caitlin Sheeley. The Communication Division dispatches for all city and county law enforcement agencies, as well as all fire and ambulance services in the county. Some other duties consist of answering all 911 calls, maintaining active warrant files, answering phones, giving road reports and files, and providing registration and Driver's License information at Law Enforcement Officer's request, etc.