Platte County Sheriff's Office
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 Platte County Sheriff:
- Is elected by the citizens of the County and serves a four-year term.
- Appoints an Undersheriff and Deputy Sheriffs.
- Is custodian of jail and prisoners; as well as all records.
- Serves and executes all processes, writs, precepts, and orders issued by any court
of record in the County or other lawful authority in all criminal and civil cases.
- Preserves peace and enforces all State Statutes and County Resolutions.
- Keeps cashbook, receipts, and collects fees. Pay and account for all monies, which
come into the office, as provided by law.
- Has Law Enforcement jurisdiction throughout the entire County.
- Is responsible for search and rescue operations within the County.
The Administration Section consists of two full time secretaries-
Lisa Millikin and Diane Bacon and a part/time records person- Cassidy Britain. The
secretaries/records 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, eight
Deputy Sheriff's- Anthony Krotz, Doug Willadsen, Samantha Twiford, Jason Karr, Sandra
Hranchak, John Matthews and our newest addition Luke Parker. Undersheriff Winders
and Deputy Hranchak are our School Resource Officers and are 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- Tiffany Duncan,
Deputy Administrator- Tiffany Willadsen, and 14 Detention 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 personnel and a three kitchen workers.
The Communication Division consists of one Supervisor- Jane Carlson
(who also serves as the County Emergency Management Coordinator), and six Dispatchers
Lucinda Collins, Cymbra Hobbs, JoAnna Wilcox, Deborrah Banish, Kimber Crawford and
Noelle Childress. 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.
Concealed Weapon Permits
If you would like to obtain a concealed firearm permit, it is important that you
know the rules before applying.
These rules are subject to change. Please visit the Wyoming Attorney General Concealed Weapons Permit web pages
to find out what is required before submitting your application.
After you have reviewed the requirements, you must come to the Sheriff's Office
in person to be fingerprinted, pay the fee, and submit the application.
When the application is issued (it usually takes about 90 days), we will contact
you to pick it up at the office.
If you are in need of a Firearms Safety Instructors Class in order to obtain your Concealed Weapons Permit please go to:
First Priority, Training LLC
Careers In Law Enforcement
Are you looking for a career in Law Enforcement? Do you want to make a difference?
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is a great place to start and grow.
We have changed our mailing address to 850 Maple St, Wheatland WY 82201.