Kennebec County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Kennebec County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 125 State Street, Augusta, 4330 ME
  • Chief:
Phone: (207) 623-3614
Fax: (207) 623-6387

Kennebec County Sheriff's Office is located at 125 State Street, Augusta, 4330 ME. The Kennebec County Sheriff's Office phone number is (207) 623-3614.

Kennebec County Sheriff's Office News

Sheriff Mason and Chief Deputy Morin spent a fantastic day with the kids at Camp Postcard today. Today was demostation day as well as the Sheriff's inspection of the cabins. Cumberland Cabin came out number one this round with Councilor Deputy Emily Christianson from Kennebec County. Along with Emily are several other members of Kennnebec County Sheriff's Office working at Camp this week. Demonstration of Kennebec's Boat and diving equipment and knot tying was presented by Deputy Ivano Stefanizzi and Special Adviser Richard Beausoleil.

This little guy was found last night on the West Road in Belgrade. If you know him please go get him at the Waterville Humane Society .

I am honored to support and celebrate this 25 year program.

The date for next years Maine Sheriff's Association "Sheriff's Shoot" will be Wednesday June 5th, 2019.

Kennebec County Sheriff's Office was proud to host the Maine Sheriff's Association "Sheriff's Shoot" to honor Chief Deputy Shawn R. Donahue of Washington County Sheriff's Office. Congratulations to the Penobscot Sheriff's Office who won the overall competition. All who attended enjoyed competing and associating with their fellow Deputies. Many thanks to the Kennebec transport, corrections and maintenance staff for cooking up a great lunch enjoyed by all. Many of Maine's county sheriff's offices attended this event which aptly defines M.S.A.'s motto "One Team. One Mission."

Congratulations to Chief Bob Gregoire of Augusta Police Department on his 30 years of service for the City. It was a pleasure to work with Bob for the 18 years I worked in Augusta. Bob has brought his department to a level of honor and professionalism that I have great respect for. I hope he enjoys his retirement job at the Buker Center I am sure the kids will benefit greatly from his guidance. Sheriff Ken Mason

Congratulations to James Savage on his 30th anniversary as a member of the Kennebec County Sheriff's Office. Corrections Officer / Transport Deputy Savage, pictured here with Chief Morin and Captain Wurpel, has multiple roles with our agency and always gets the job done. I feel privileged to command such a dedicated employee. Ken Mason, Sheriff

Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office wishes to congratulate Deputy Tad Nelson on completion of Basic Law Enforcement Training Program. Today Tad was one of 65 members, from all over Maine, to graduate in the 34th BLEPT Class. This Eighteen week law enforcement program located at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro, Maine is mandatory training for all officers in order to be a certified full time law enforcement in the State of Maine. We are very excited to have Tad in our ranks, working for the people of Kennebec County. We have no doubt he will serve the people of Kennebec with distinction.

THURSDAY, 11AM, AUGUSTA -- The annual observance at the Maine Law Enforcement Officers Memorial will take place Thursday at 11 am in Augusta. The granite memorial, containing the names of the 85 officers killed in the line of duty, is along State Street, adjacent to the State House. The guest speaker will be Governor LePage. The new name being added this year is Nathan Desjardins of Fryeburg Police, who died last year attempting a water rescue along the Saco River. The name of Somerset Deputy Eugene Cole, shot to death last month in Norridgewock, will be added next year. Cole will be the 86th name on the memorial.

Joining in on the celebration is our day crew, administration and law enforcement brothers and sisters.

Midnight shift enjoying some "dinner" for Corrections Appreciation Week.

In 1984, President Ronald Reagan signed Proclamation 5187, creating "National Correctional Officers' Week." Each year, the first full week in May is recognized as National Correctional Officers and Employees Week, commemorating the contributions of correctional officers and personnel who work in jails, prisons, and community corrections across the country. We at Kennebec County Sheriff's Office recognize that on a daily basis our C.O.s work tirelessly, with great dignity and professionalism. They put themselves in harm’s way to advance a mission of protecting the public, staff and inmates. We wish to show our appreciation for the job they do each day as we wouldn't be able to provide our County a safe place to live with out them. Sheriff Ken Mason

We at Kennebec would like to thank Bangor Police Department for managing all security and for the meticulous handing of traffic to and from the funeral of Corporal Gene Cole of Somerset County Sheriff’s Office. With your professionalism we were able to accomplish this task. We would also like to thank the agencies from all over the country and Canada who sent contingents, law enforcement is a true brotherhood as was proven here today. A special thank you to the food trucks from all over who showed up to feed us, as well as the support staff of Cross Insurance Center who helped make this a dignified event. Ken Mason Sheriff, Kennebec County

Our hearts are heavy again and our thoughts go out to the family of Deputy Sampson and the members of the Androscoggin Sheriff's Office and its community.