IN GOD WE TRUST
IN GOD WE TRUST
Welcome to the new Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office Website! The new site has been completely rebuilt, is more user friendly and is mobile device compatible. We think you will find lots of useful information in each of our sections, as well as convenient direct links to other relevant sites and information. The site is designed to open outside links in a new tab which maintains the Sheriff's Office site in the browser. At the bottom of the page you will see a summary of what is located in each section and you can go to each section by using the menu at the top of each page.
Weather updates are located in the "Roads/Weather" tab. If there are current severe weather concerns in our area you will see a flashing banner at the top of each page. By clicking on this banner you will be routed directly to the Roads and Weather page. If there is no severe weather in the forecast the banner will be used to route you directly to other important information.
With "Social Distancing" being a critical part of the nationwide COVID-19 plan, you will find numerous ways on the site to contact us by E-mail with questions or concerns.
There's lots to see here so take your time and have a look around the site. If you have questions or comments please go to the "contact us" tab and drop us a line.
Mel Plummer, age 79, passed away on 12/24/2020. Mel worked for the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office from June 26th, 2006 until his retirement on March 28th, 2015. At the time of his retirement Mel had earned the rank of Major and was in charge of the Cheyenne County Jail. Mel also served Cheyenne County for a time as the Civil Defense Coordinator.
For those who had the opportunity to serve with Mel, it was an honor. The Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office, and the citizens of Cheyenne County thank you for your service.
Rest easy Major, we've got the watch from here
Corporal Jeremiah Prusha, Cheyenne County Deputy Jailer, was honored with a Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office Lifesaver Award for actions that helped save the life of an inmate that had intentionally injured himself. The award was presented by Sheriff Adam Frerichs and Captain Tim Herrera. Congratulations Corporal Prusha and thank you for your service to Cheyenne County.
The Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office is committed to public safety, as well as the safety of our staff and inmates. Due to the rapid increase of COVID-19 cases, both in Cheyenne County and the surrounding areas, new restrictions have been put in place at our facility. Effective immediately, no visitors will be admitted inside of the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office unless absolutely necessary and visitors will not be admitted without first submitting to a temperature check . Any sign of a temperature above 100.5 degrees will result in exclusion from gaining entrance to the office. Everyone is encouraged to wear a mask and to social distance whenever possible. With "Social Distancing" being a critical part of the nationwide COVID-19 plan, you will find numerous ways on the website to contact us using contact forms or you can contact us by E-mail or phone with questions or concerns.
For the safety of our inmates, all visitation to the inmates of the Cheyenne County Jail is hereby suspended until further notice.
In addition to inmate phone accounts, family and friends can now set up accounts for video visits and E-mail accounts for inmates. Four new video Kiosk systems have been installed in the jail for inmates to be able to have video visits with family and friends and to be able to send and receive E-mails.
On November 3, 2020, the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office and the Sidney Police Department were honored to be able to assist "Flags for the Fallen" in Transporting a flag across America, in honor of Captain Tyler Erdman.
The flag was being transported across America by local law Enforcement to honor Captain Erdman for his service.
Local photos courtesy of Forrest Hershberger, Publisher, Sidney Sun Telegraph.
Captain Tyler R. Erdman, HHC 44th Medical Brigade, U.S. Army, 29, passed away Monday, February 24th, 2020, In North Carolina.
We are pleased to introduce our newest Deputy at the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office, K-9 Riggs. Riggs was born in March of 2019 and is a Belgian Malinois. Riggs is certified in narcotics detection through the North American Police Working Dog Association. Riggs is incredibly motivated, hyper focused, and loves to go to work. Riggs is partnered with Deputy Collin Hauert.
With considerable day to day changes related to the COVID-19 situation, we will be updating the site continually to provide you with the most current, detailed information possible.
COVID-19 updates and information are located in the "Sheriff's" tab under "COVID-19". You can click the link below to go straight to COVID-19 comments and updates directly from Sheriff Frerichs.
COVID-19 updates affecting the jail and visitation are located under the "Jail" tab under "Jail News". You can click the link below to go directly to updates that pertain to the jail.
Sheriff Tab: Sheriff's Comments / COVID-19 / Criminal Investigations / Road Patrol Duties / Drug Investigations / Motor Vehicle Inspections / Hand Gun Permits / Criminal Records / News / Civil Service Process / Sex Offenders / Abandoned Vehicles / House Watches / Employment
Crime Stoppers Tab: Have tips about an ongoing Investigation? Fill us in. Information leading to an arrest may qualify you for a reward up to $500.00
Roads and Weather Tab: Weather Warnings and Advisories / Current Weather Conditions / Forecasts / Weather RADAR / Nebraska Road Conditions / Colorado Road Conditions / Wyoming Road Conditions / Winter Driving tips / Road and Snowplow Cameras
Community News and Events: This page covers community events and news in Cheyenne County. You will also find a variety of community services available and links to the Chamber Community Event Calendar, Cheyenne County Tourism and the Cheyenne County Government websites
The Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office is committed with courage, honor and integrity to protect the lives, property and rights of all people, to maintain order and to enforce the law. We are responsible for the professional care and custody of those confined to our jail, the security of the courts and the prompt investigation of crimes. It is our mission to maintain, while striving to improve, the quality of life and freedoms we enjoy and to ensure that our county is a safe place to live, work and visit. We shall dedicate ourselves to treat people with respect, fairness and compassion.