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Patrol Division

Lt. Jon Ford
Lt. Jon Ford
#138

The Patrol Division is supervised under the direction of acting Lt. Jon Ford. In addition to Lt. Ford, the Patrol Division consists of Sgt. Mike Thorn, Deputy Brady Hayward, Deputy Levi Mareth, Deputy Stephen Vollmer, Deputy Derek Perkins, Deputy Brenden Richardson, Deputy Joey Skaggs, Keith Williams, Deputy James Kotlarz and Deputy Thomas Taylor.

The patrol division's job functions include answering and handling all calls for service, patrolling all state and county roads, traffic enforcement, civil process, execution of search warrants, public relation events and assisting other agency's in and around Lawrence County.

The patrol division covers 625 square miles, with a total of 10 uniformed patrol deputies and 1 uniformed civil process server. The patrol division serves the citizens of Lawrence County with 24-hour 7 day a week coverage.

 

Deputy Mike Thorn
Sgt. Mike Thorn
#137
Deputy Derek Perkins
Deputy Derek Perkins
#132
Deputy Brady Hayward
Deputy Brady Hayward
#134
Deputy Levi Mareth
Deputy Levi Mareth
#135
Deputy Stephen Vollmer
Deputy Stephen Vollmer
#136
Deputy Joey Skaggs
Deputy Joey Skaggs
#139
Deputy Brenden Richardson
Deputy Brenden Richardson
#140
Deputy Keith Williams
Deputy Keith Williams
#142
Deputy James Kotlarz
Deputy James Kotlarz
#143
Deputy Thomas Taylor
Deputy Thomas Taylor
#144
   

 


 

LCSO Website sticker added to the back of the sheriffs patrol car window.
LCSO Web Address Added To Patrol Cars
LCSO new humvee parked next to a patrol car.
New Humvee In Use
LCSO new humvee side view. The color of the humvee is a camo mix of brown, black and green.
New Humvee In Use
12-17-09 End of Felony Pursuit. Cops standing around a red truck.
12-17-09 End of Felony Pursuit
12-17-09 End of Felony Pursuit. At least 12 patrol cars are parks near the woods.
12-17-09 End of Felony Pursuit
DWI Taskforce Checkpoint
DWI Taskforce Checkpoint
Back of Sheriffs SUV LCSO DWI Vehicle in service
DWI Vehicle in service 
M.A.D.D. Officer - Deputy Ryan Devost
M.A.D.D. Officer of the Year Deputy Ryan Devost