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by Jonathan Bailey last modified 2017-02-23 12:11 PM

The Marshall County Patrol Deputies provide 24 hour law enforcement services to Marshall County. The patrol division seeks to prevent and deter crime that is occurring throughout the county.

Marshall County deputies provide a wide range of duties in the county. Deputies are the initial responders to calls for service. They provide patrols, emergency response, traffic enforcement and they also serve civil papers and warrants. In addition, the deputies also assist in the transporting of inmates.

The Sheriff’s Office operates a take home vehicle program which allows for quick responses to emergencies from their residences. The fleet includes 13 patrol units, 6 unmarked vehicles, 3 SUV’s, 3 transport vans and 1 mobile command bus.. The units are Dodge Intrepids, Chargers and Dodge SUV’s. All of the units are equipped with overhead emergency light systems and radio communication equipment for dispatch communication. All patrol units have radar units, in car video cameras and mobile data terminals. Deputies in Marshall County have the responsibility of patrolling approximately 1,100 miles of roadway.

The Sheriff’s Office Deputies perform many duties but the most important is to serve and protect the citizens of Marshall County.

The Patrol Division is supervised by Chief Deputy.



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