Fremont County Sheriff’s Office releases Commission Report

    (Fremont County, WY) – The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office released their Commission Report at the County Commissioner’s meeting today, April 13.

    The Sheriff’s Office has responded to 1,800 calls for service this year, and saw a total of 91 bookings for the month of March. Of these bookings, 32 were for RPD, 29 for FCSO, 22 for LPD, 5 for WHP, and 5 for SPD.

    The current inmate population sits at 169 in house, and 171 total (one juvenile occupant, and one previously reported case in the State Hospital awaiting further trial).


    The Sheriff’s Office was under budget in the areas of Medical Services, Contractual Services, and Prisoners Board, and has also already “hit their projected revenue mark $147,000, and continues to receive unanticipated revenues at this time.”

    An area of concern for the Office was the increase of search and rescue missions this year, up at 35 from 26 this time last year. Of these missions, 8 utilized air resources, and 4 were fatal incidents. The Sheriff’s Office is currently looking into potential reimbursements to pay for these missions through the Wyoming Search and Rescue Council.


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