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McKinley County Sheriff's Office
As of January 16, 2023, Our Office is open to the public Monday-Friday 8:00 am- 5:00 pm. Our lobby is closed on Saturday and Sunday, as well as County recognized Holidays.
Fingerprints (Gemalto Thales) no longer require an appointment, just stop by the office during office hours. (exception-ink prints on a card need an appointment at the McKinley County Adult Detention Center)
Civil paperwork can be processed at the Civil window in our lobby during office hours.
The McKinley County Sheriff's Office Civil Division currently consists of the Civil Processes and Court Security sections.
Learn more about the Sheriff and how this elected official serves your community.
The Under Sheriff, deputies and staff strive to provide professional services to the public in an effective, efficient and timely manner through communication, consideration and cooperation.
DWI Task Force
The members of the DWI Task Force have undergone specialized training and are certified to assist them in the execution of their duties.
The Enforcement Division is a collection of units working together toward common goals.
Finger printing employees are trained to conduct finger prints and background checks for the public as well as outside agencies.
Learn about the staffing and responsibilities of the Investigations Division.
The Canine Team is available and on-call to any police agency in the County who requests them.
The Narcotics Division is a specialized unit of the Enforcement Division responsible for all aspects of investigative response to the illicit drug activity.
Patrol is charged with patrolling 5,455 miles of County roads and approximately 154 miles of State highways, as well as providing police services to the 74,798 citizens in McKinley County.
The Records Division is responsible for the orderly keeping and efficient processing of all department incident reports, accident reports, traffic citations and requests.
Check out this page to see if there are opportunities to apply with the Sheriff's Department.
Sex Offender Registration & Tracking Unit (SORT)
The purpose of the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act is to assist law enforcement agencies' efforts to protect their communities.
Tactical Operations Unit (TOU)
This team was developed originally to address street level narcotics problems, but in time proved to be effective in many ways.