Congratulations on your retirement Mary Kay Whalen! Mary Kay has served as assistant office manager, and then as office manager, for the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office for the past 7 years. Mary Kay was honored by Sheriff Frerichs, Cheyenne County Employees, friends and family at a retirement ceremony on Friday, May 7th, 2021, at the Cheyenne County Courthouse.
Thank you for our service to Cheyenne County and thank you for the memories! Best of luck in your next adventure!
Michelle Secrest (Right) has been promoted from assistant office manager to office manager for the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office. Congratulations Michelle and thank you for your continued service!
Welcome to the Sheriff's Office Tanasia Uhrig! (Left) Tanasia will be working with Michelle, helping with the day to day operations of the Sheriff's Office as assistant office manager and we are excited to have Tanasia as part of our team!
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.
From the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office, Cheyenne County employees, and the citizens of Cheyenne County, we would like to thank Deputy Kevin Jurgensen for his years of dedicated service to our community. Kevin has served as Deputy Jailer as well as Deputy Sheriff for the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office. Kevin also serves our Country in the Nation Guard and is leaving to pursue a full time career with the Guard. We all wish you the best of luck on your new adventure Kevin!
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.
From the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office, Cheyenne County Employees, and all the Citizens of Cheyenne County, we thank you for your years of dedicated service! Nathan Morgan has proudly served as a Deputy Jailer for the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office for the last 16 years.
Working with Nathan was always an adventure and his smile and positive attitude created a better work environment for everyone around him. Nathan is simply unreplaceable and he will be deeply missed. We all wish you the best of luck on your next adventure.