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      Park Co. Sheriff, Scott Steward  

Message from the Sheriff

Welcome to the Park County Sheriff’s Office website. As you browse the site we hope you find it informative and useful.

Please feel free to contact me with concerns, questions or suggestions of how we may better serve you.

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Fall Safety Reminders from Shoshone National Forest

The Shoshone National Forest encourages all visitors and hunters to take the time to review applicable rules and regulations prior to heading out to the Forest this fall.  The Shoshone National Forest has a motor vehicle use management plan which limits ATVs and ORVs to designated roads and trails. Motor vehicle use maps are available on the Shoshone National Forest website (http://tinyurl.com/y943eedm) and at all Forest offices in Cody, Lander, and Dubois. Ensure that your ATV or ORV is in compliance with all state and federal laws prior to use.

Although there are currently no fire restrictions on the Shoshone National Forest, dry conditions exist in parts of the forest. All individuals hunting, recreating, or working on the forest are reminded to remain cautious when building and attending campfires. Despite the lack of a visual flame or embers, many campfires that appear to be out hold enough heat to potentially ignite adjacent fuel sources. Ensure your campfire is cool to the touch before you leave.

Hunting in bear country requires extra vigilance. Shoshone National Forest Wildlife Biologist Andy Pils stated, “Bears are very active during the fall months as they search for food in preparation for hibernation. This activity increases the chances of people encountering bears and is why we all need be extra diligent about storing food and game carcasses properly while also exercising basic precautions for safe hunting in grizzly bear country.” To learn more about hunting in bear country, visit the Wyoming Game and Fish website athttp://tinyurl.com/lmrk4r6.

 
   

DISPATCH CENTER


Non-Emergency Numbers
Cody:
  (307) 527-8700
Powell: (307) 754-8700

Sheriff’s Civil Process &
Administration:

Office Hours: 
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Cody:   (307) 527-8710
Powell: (307) 754-8710

General Fax Number:
Cody:   (307) 527-8708
Powell: (307) 754-8708

Sheriff’s Detention Center:
Cody:   (307) 527-8750
Powell: (307) 754-8750

Detention Center Administrative Assistant:
(307) 527-8714 or
(307) 754-8714

Location:
Park County/ Cody Law
Enforcement Center
1402 River View Drive
Cody, WY 82414
                   
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LONG-TIME SHERIFF'S DEPUTY ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

Deputy Sheriff Joesph (Joe) Robert Wagers, age 53 has announced his retirement from the Park County Sheriff's Office effective September 1, 2017.  Joe was one of two deputies serviing the citizens of Meeteetse.  He joined the Park County Sheriff's Office in April of 2005 after serving 5 and 1/2 years with the Niobrara County Sheriff's Office.  Originally from New Mexico, Joe relocated to Douglas, Wyoming when he was 11 years old.  He graduated from Douglas High School in 1982, where he was active in rodeo for several years.  Joe is married with three grown children.  After retirement he plans on going full time cowboy for several ranches in the Meeteetse area.  We wish Joe good luck in the future and thank him for his service.

  • Population - (28,702 from 2012 Census iinformation)

• The county seat is Cody.

• The county contains the
majority of Yellowstone
National Park's total area. 

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The Park County Sheriff's Office is committed to providing you the public with the information on how we are doing. Keeping the public informed is and always will be something that we strongly believe is important to both us and ultimately the members of the public. We strive to provide that information that is allowed by Wyoming State Statute and will provide performance reports as they become available. Check out our news page which has not only our media bulletin, but shows our patrol statistics by month. (Adobe Acrobat Viewer is required to read the files) Visit www.adobe.com to download your free copy. We welcome any feedback from the public on how we are doing.


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