Please note the change to county wide Trick or Treating.
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Oldham County Sheriff's Department is located at 100 W. Jefferson Street, Suite 2, La Grange, 40031 KY. The Oldham County Sheriff's Department phone number is (502) 222-9501.
Please note the change to county wide Trick or Treating.
Where did the summer go? With children heading back to school today, we at the Oldham County Sheriff's Office wanted to share these safety reminders with you. 1. Watch your speed in school zones! Be aware that school zone speed limits may vary in hours and speeds. Be sure to follow the posted limits. 2. Slow down in residential areas. Watch for children crossing the street and congregating near bus stops. 3. Do not pass a school bus that is stopped to load or unload children. Traffic in both directions on undivided highways must stop when students are entering or exiting a school bus (the red flashing lights and extended stop sign arms are your cue to stop). On a divided roadway, all traffic behind the school bus must stop. 4. Be alert! The area 10 feet around a school bus is where children are in the most danger of being hit. Children walking to and from their bus are usually very comfortable with their surroundings and more likely to take risks, ignore hazards, or fail to look both ways when crossing the street. 5. Always stop when directed to do so by a school patrol sign, school patrol officer, or designated crossing guard.
On behalf of the Kentucky Sheriff's Boys and Girls Ranch and Sheriff Steve Sparrow, a special thanks to all who made this year's outing possible. With partnerships from Dairy Queen, Liska Coggeshall, LeDane , Joe Wilson, Kohls volunteers and the many hole sponsors and golfers who each year make this event possible for the deserving children of Oldham County. A special thanks to Kosair Charities for their continued support and participation that benefits so many children in need. Last but not least many thanks to the men and women of the Oldham County Sheriff's Office Reserve Unit who each year helps make the scramble a success.
It’s camp time again at the KY Sheriffs' Boys & Girls Ranch ! This summer camp is sponsored by the Kentucky Sheriffs Association, for children in Kentucky between the ages of 8 and 11 years old. The camp is designed to build their self-esteem, moral character and to teach them to respect themselves, others and law-enforcement professionals. There is no cost to the camp! If you or someone you know has children receiving free or reduced meals at school and wants to attend camp please contact the Oldham County Sheriffs Office for details and application at (502)222-9501! Oldham County camp dates are as follows: Girls - July 2 - 7. Boys - Full
Sheriff Steve Sparrow participated in the SAFE schools forum hosted by North Oldham High School. Thanks to everyone that contributed to a very important conversation.
COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR FRIDAY, MAY 18, 7 A.M.-NOON Baptist Health La Grange 1025 New Moody Lane Main entrance atrium Drug Take Back opportunity – This year, there is an opportunity to turn in any pharmaceuticals that have expired or no longer needed. A Drug Take Back area will be located inside the hospital’s atrium.
@SAFE (Students and Families Engaged) In Our Schools
Just a Reminder Drug Take-Back Day is tomorrow.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W64qZ2WhDkw National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 28, 2018 The locations will be the LaGrange Fire Department Station 2, 3637 West Highway 146 and the Oldham County Police Department, 1855 North Highway 393 in Buckner. The times will be from 10:00 am until 2:00pm.
I wanted to take this opportunity to thank everyone who came out on this rainy day to enjoy good conversation and a hot cup of coffee, for our coffee with the Sheriff event. Many great topics were discussed by several county officials and members of the community. Special thanks to Dairy Queen for being a great host. Look forward to seeing everyone next month in Crestwood at our next coffee event.
The Oldham County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with area churches hosting safety workshops. The Oldham County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with LaGrange Baptist Church will be hosting a safety and security seminar on March 17th. The workshop deals with how to enhance safety and security protocols, both visible and unseen, to keep everyone safe, while keeping the church mission at the forefront. At the end of the workshop, the goal is for members collectively to leave with a better understanding of how to be proactive and reactive, while dealing with a wide range of potential issues, working as a team and with law enforcement. Any Church or organization wanting more information, or to host a workshop should contact Deputy Michael Meece with the Oldham County Sheriff’s Office at 222-9501, or email@example.com.
Yesterday at approximately 4:00pm The Oldham County Sheriff’s office recovered a lost drone in the Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve area. It appeared that the drone had been flown into a tree and had gotten lodged in the tree branches. Recent wind and storms seem to have blown the drone out of the tree. If you know of anyone in the Goshen/North Oldham area that may have lost a drone under these circumstances please have them call our office so that we may return the wayward drone back to its rightful owner. Contact our office at (502)222-9501 or via Facebook message.
On February 06th, 2018, the Oldham County Sheriff’s Office was again awarded with the KACP Certificate of Accreditation. The Sheriff's Office initially received this certification in 2009 and was one of only five Sheriff’s Offices in the state and only county law enforcement agency to achieve this honor. The Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police Accreditation Program is intended to provide law enforcement agencies of the Commonwealth with an avenue for demonstrating that they meet commonly accepted professional standards for efficient and effective operations. Law Enforcement executives who choose to have their agencies accredited under this program have examined all aspects of their operations. They have made conscious decisions about policies and procedures that fit the law enforcement requirements of their jurisdictions and have implemented those policies and trained their employees in their use. Accreditation reflects that the agency was carefully measured against an established set of standards and has met or exceeded professionally accepted practices in law enforcement. Pictured is Oldham County Sheriff Steve Sparrow and Shaun Butler of the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police Accreditation Program.
United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited Louisville on Tuesday to discuss crime and drugs. The meeting, which included local and state law enforcement officers, came just hours before President Donald Trump’s first State of the Union speech. "On behalf of President Trump, I want to thank all of the law enforcement officers here today," Sessions said. Sessions spoke for about 20 minutes, primarily about the ongoing opioid crisis as well as violent crime. "During this time, our country has suffered the deadliest drug crisis in our history," he said. "More Americans are dying because of drugs than ever before. It's just an unacceptable trend. We cannot allow this to continue." Regarding a spike in violent crime in Louisville the past two years, Sessions pointed out the role drugs play. Sessions also praised Marshall County Sheriff Kevin Byars, who was in attendance, for his role in apprehending the suspect in a deadly Marshall County school shooting there last week. Attorney General Sessions spoke privately with Sheriff Steve Sparrow, along with a group of law enforcement professionals to include Sheriff Byars.
Sheriff Steve Sparrow and the Oldham County Sheriff's Office recently hosted the 2017 Sheriff's Office Reserve Deputy awards ceremony. The ceremony recognized Deputies and family members of the Reserve Unit for their dedication and commitment to the citizens of Oldham County during the past year. This unit, comprised of over twenty trained, sworn volunteer deputies, adds additional manpower throughout the county each year. In addition to county organized events, the reserve deputies assist with security at school sporting events, at no cost to the school system. The reserve deputies also assist the cities in the county with organized events. Deputy Habib Kronfli was recognized and presented with the Oldham County Sheriff’s Office Reserve Deputy of the year award. Sergeant Scott Childers was recognized and presented with the Oldham County Sheriff’s Office 2017 Outstanding Achievement award. Also pictured is Sergeant Trent Davis.
On December 16th, 2017, Sheriff Steve Sparrow and the Oldham County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with Moose Lodge # 5 and community partners hosted the 2017 annual Shop with a Deputy program. The event, which consisted of breakfast and a shopping trip to the LaGrange Walmart, with a pizza party and a visit by Santa at the Sheriff’s Office, made for smiling faces by all.
The two suspects shown used a stolen credit card number encoded on some type of card at several retail locations and food mart ATM machines in Oldham County on December 28th and 29th, 2017. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Oldham County Sheriff's Office.