Allen County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Allen County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 194 W Wood St, Scottsville, 42164 KY
  • Chief:
Phone: 270-237-3210
Fax: (270)237-3654
Website:

Allen County Sheriff's Office is located at 194 W Wood St, Scottsville, 42164 KY. The Allen County Sheriff's Office phone number is 270-237-3210.

Allen County Sheriff's Office News

There are many roads throughout the county that are flooded and impassible. Please be alert while traveling on your morning commute. There are several bridges throughout the county that are also flooded. Use caution and travel safely.

Michael T. Collins arrested! In cooperation with Louisiana Law Enforcement, the Allen County Sheriff’s Office obtained a possible location for Collins within Allen County. Michael Collins is wanted for two counts of First Degree Murder and Burglary in Denham Springs, LA. The Allen County Sheriffs Office, Scottsville Police Dept, KY State Police and Allen County EMS responded to attempt to locate this subject. Collins was taken into custody without incident. Collins has been lodged in the Allen County Detention Center as a Fugitive From Another State, pending extradition to Louisiana. Great Job to everyone involved!!

Join us for Taking Back Your Community: Part II, tonight at 6 p.m. at the Meador Volunteer Fire Department on Ky. 1010 (Smiths Grove Road) just before the Ky. 1533 intersection. Refreshments are provided. The Allen County Sheriff's Office and Barren River Drug Task Force will present the program on ways you can help fight the drug problem in our county.

Come see us at the Law Enforcement Center! We’re handing out candy until 7! Have a safe Halloween!

Reminder: Thursday, Nov. 1 will be the last day to pay your county property taxes at the 2% discounted rate. Thank you!

We have received several questions about trick or treating this year. Trick or Treating in Scottsville and Allen County WILL be held on Wednesday, Oct. 31. The Allen County Sheriffs Office and Scottsville Police Department will hold their annual Trunk or Treat at the Law Enforcement Center, 194 W. Wood Street, from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. We hope you’ll stop by and see us!!

Meet our new K-9, Neiko! Dog purchased by Scottsville-Allen County Faith Coalition, Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention, Barren River Drug Task Force and Sheriffs Office. Pictured is Sheriff Jeff Cooke, K-9 handler Jake Costello, Alpha Pet Boarding owner Jason Hadley and ACSO Chaplain Shane Britt.

Gary Frank Stone was sworn in today as our new court security officer.

We will be having extended office hours this Saturday for those needing to pay their county property taxes.

This morning was the swearing in of our newest Deputy, Michael Vick. Deputy Vick will soon be attending the Department of Criminal Justice Training in Richmond, Ky.

Allen County Sheriff’s Department Lt. Michael Wilson and Deputy Brian Eaton spent the day today speaking with students at the Allen County-Scottsville High School. This is an ongoing initiative with the Allen County Faith Coalition, ASAP and the Allen County Schools to promote Drug and Alcohol Prevention Education within the schools. Thanks to Shane Britt, the Allen County Board of Education and Sheriff Jeff Cooke for the opportunity and commitment to Allen County’s youth.

The Allen County Sheriffs Office will be conducting active shooter training for firefighters on Thursday, Oct. 11. The location will be at Stoney Point Fire Department at 5 p.m. and is open to all firefighters. The training will hopefully bring a better awareness to firefighters on what to look for at scenes where an active shooter may be present. We will be discussing tactics and techniques to keep firefighters safe in case of such an event, and how to coordinate with the Sheriffs Office in an active shooter situation where firefighters are involved. If you have any questions contact Sgt Danny Wilson at the Allen County Sheriffs Office.

Sgt. Nick Tabbert, School Resource Officer at the Allen County Primary Center, spoke with the preschool students today about being a police officer. Thanks to the teachers for inviting us to speak!

Applications for Deputy Sheriff must be received by next Friday, October 12 at 4:30 p.m.

The FOP Roadblock has been rescheduled to Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 9 a.m. to noon. The roadblock will be on the Scottsville Square and all money collected will go to the FOP’s Together for Christmas program to help provide Christmas presents to children in Allen County.

Thanks to Mrs. Amy and Mrs. Monica’s class from Victory Christian Academy. For service week, they brought stuffed animals to our officers give to kids who need them. Thanks, kids!

The Allen County Sheriff’s Office, Barren River Drug Task Force and Scottsville PD - K9 Unit conducted a search warrant on 9/25/2018 in Allen County with the following items seized: 310.4 grams of Meth, 3 handguns, $4,040 in cash.

We have received reports of more attempted scams. People have gotten phone calls from the number 509-317-9856. The caller claims that you have fees or fines that must be paid over the phone or you will be arrested. In a second scam, people are receiving friend requests from fake profiles who appear to be someone they are already friends with. These fake profiles are then sending messages claiming you can receive $150,000 from the Department or Compensation by sending a text with your information. Please be aware of these possible scams and remember to never give your personal information to anyone you do not know over the phone.

We're taking applications for Deputy Sheriff

Thanks to Christy Overman and Cash Express!

Our group of deputies had the pleasure of participating and taking 2nd place in a great tournament today put on by The Core of Scottsville at Barren River Lake Golf Course. It was a great time. Pictured left to right: Sgt Lovett, Deputy Brian Eaton, Sgt Danny Wilson, Deputy Jacob Costello. Also a big thanks to Sheriff Jeff Cooke from the guys.

The Allen County Sheriff's Office, the Scottsville-Allen County Faith Coalition and Allen County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy (ASAP) will begin the "Taking Back Your Community" campaign at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10 at the East Allen Volunteer Fire Department (1600 Lafayette Road). We invite the public to come out and learn more about the county’s drug issues and what you can do as citizens to help us address drug abuse and crime in our community.

Thanks to Lauren Cherry and Alexus Miller from South Central Bank for bringing us breakfast this morning!