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Sheriff Glick

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1910 Pioneer Avenue Cheyenne, WY 82001

(307) 633-4700

Rich Hillegas

Sheriff Danny Glick

Mission Statement

The Laramie County Sheriff's Office in partnership with the community is dedicated to providing ethical and professional services that promote and protect the well-being, safety and security of all people in the county; and to operating a safe constitutional jail system.


To effectively serve our community by supporting value based conduct by our employees. Our jail will be secure and humane and we will strive to provide programs that support education, self-esteem and self-help as well as responsible alternatives to incarceration.


Integrity - Ensure fair, honest, ethical and moral conduct from all employees on a professional and personal level.
Dependability - Keep promises, fulfill commitments, and abide by the spirit, as well as the letter of an agreement.
Respect - Demonstrate loyalty, understanding and support to citizens, employees, and the organization by avoiding actions, attitudes and unjustified influences, which inhibit effective communications and management.
Accountability - Accept responsibility for decisions and for the foreseeable consequences of our actions. Acknowledge a willingness to admit when we are wrong and take action to change our position and beliefs. Fulfill our special obligation to lead by example, as well as to safeguard and advance the integrity and reputation of law enforcement.
Public Trust - Represent our profession and our county 24 hours a day, throughout our career. The Department is dedicated to quality work and the pursuit of excellence by our diligence, honesty, reliability and commitment to our community, profession and organization.

Stance on gun control.

On December 14, 2012, a horrific event took place in Newtown, Connecticut. That event took our country to a visceral awareness of vulnerability the likes of which have not been experienced since 9/11. The horror was magnified by the targeting of innocent children. This awareness of vulnerability has created a cause for action, emboldened by the consciousness that our schools should be safe havens for our children, and not the stage for evil opportunists to perpetrate harm; on that there is no debate.

As a country, we are now confronted with determining the means by which our vulnerability is lessened and our children are safer. Unfortunately, arriving at those determinations comes with complexities that, at best stir controversy, and at worst, turns American against American.

The Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police (WASCOP) seeks to de-emphasize the political wrangling over gun control, and turn the focus to purposeful answers to how we can improve our children's safety. To that end WASCOP members:

1) Fiercely support and defend both the U.S. and Wyoming Constitutions.
2) Support the strong gun heritage that has existed in Wyoming for generations and we continue to stress gun safety as a paramount tenet of gun ownership.
3) Acknowledge that unless we set our schools up like prisons, if a person is determined to enter a school with evil intent, they will succeed unless someone is there to stop them.
4) Do not believe banning certain weapons will create the safety we seek; it will only serve to continue the gun control controversy and prolong the failure to focus on the real issue.
5) Support a statewide effort to conduct a target hardening approach to our schools, identifying best practice methods.
6) Endorse legislation that will assist in financing an increased "armed" presence at the schools.
7) Look to our law makers to provide legislation based on meaningful discourse that addresses the complexity of evil, mental health, public safety, and preservation of civil rights.

Community policing tenets affirm that broad based involvement by law abiding citizens is the solution to such complex societal issues. It is counterproductive to legislate law abiding citizens out of the process by hindering their inherent right to self defense. We will remain patient as our country muddles through the process of determining its official response but as for us, we will endeavor to keep our communities safe while preserving our civil liberties.

P.O. Box 481, Douglas, Wyoming 82633

Related Links:

Wyoming Governor's Council on Impaired Driving.
U.S. Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation
Sex Offender Registration for Laramie County

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