Jr. High Youth Academy 2017
The Sherman County Sheriff’s Office is excited to announce the opening of the registration for our 2017 Junior High Youth Academy. Come learn about Law Enforcement in a great learning environment while having fun. The Class size is limited so sign up early. Download the application by clicking below or pick up one at the Sheriff's Office.
Goodland Elks Lodge 1528
The Goodland Elks Lodge 1528 honored our Law Men and Women at their Spring Fling Dinner and Dance celebration on Saturday, February 27, 2016.
Sheriff Burton Pianalto was awarded the “Elks Officer of the Year” Award, from the Goodland Elks on Saturday, February 27, 2016. Burton was presented a plaque during the Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner. Congratulations Burton, for an award that is well deserved!
The Elks Lodge also awarded the “Elks Distinguished Citizen of the Year” Award to Dawn Jolly, Genesis and Salvation Army County Coordinator. She is very deserving of this award for all of her hard work and dedication to helping others.
Thank you to the Goodland Elks Lodge for all that they do for our community as well!
Trunk or Treat
Come out and Join us
The Sherman County Sheriff's Office (SHSO) patrols 1,056 square miles of roads, including 35 miles of interstate 70, 35 miles of Highway 24, and 30 miles of K-27 in Northwest Kansas.
The Sherman County Sheriff's Office (SHSO) patrols 1,056 square miles of roads, including 35 miles of interstate 70, 35 miles of Highway 24, and 30 miles of K-27 in Northwest Kansas. Sherman County Sheriff's Office provides law enforcement protection for rural Sherman County, as well as the cities of Goodland, Kanorado, and Edson. Sheriff Deputies conduct traffic enforcement, motor vehicle accident investigations, criminal investigation, transportation of prisoners, and serve warrants and civil process.
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