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Alert: For those with business downtown, please be advised that Second Street, from Franklin Street to Commerce Street, will be closed for sewer repair beginning January 14. This repair will take approximately three weeks. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Alert: Montgomery County Government office will open two hours late on Wednesday, Feb 10. Public safety personnel will report as scheduled.

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Enforcement Division

The Enforcement Division of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for assisting and protecting the citizens of Montgomery County.

The Enforcement Division is divided into four primary sections: the Patrol Section, which is responsible for responding to requests to service, taking reports, ensuring the proper and orderly flow of traffic, and arresting offenders; the Criminal Investigations Section, which is tasked with investigating crimes against people and property, the Criminal Warrants Section, which serves all criminal warrants to include extraditions of inmates to and from Montgomery County and working with the U.S. Marshal Service to serve warrants, the fourth section is the School Resource Officer Section enforces laws on local middle and high school campuses in addition to providing a law enforcement presence, they investigate criminal activity and make arrests as necessary.

In addition to these general operations, there are specialized units within each section that are highly trained to handle a specific discipline within law enforcement.


Division Staff

Lieutenant Cliff Smith

Lieutenant Cliff Smith

School Resource Officers

Commander & Criminal Warrants
120 Commerce Street, Suite 104
(931) 237-8550




Lt Prentice

Lieutenant Brian Prentice

Criminal Investigations & Drug Task Force
120 Commerce Street
(931) 648-0611 ext. 13403



Lieutenant Jessie Nugent

Lieutenant Jessie Nugent

Patrol Division
120 commerce Street
(931)648-0611 ext. 13128


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