Lubbock County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Lubbock County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 712 Broadway St, Lubbock, 79401 TX
  • Chief:
Phone: 806-775-1400

Lubbock County Sheriff's Office is located at 712 Broadway St, Lubbock, 79401 TX. The Lubbock County Sheriff's Office phone number is 806-775-1400.

Lubbock County Sheriff's Office News


On 5/16/2018, the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office competed in the Texas Commission on Jail Standards competition at the Texas Jail Association’s Annual Conference. The Competition is on knowledge of Minimum Jail Standards, which all counties and other entities must comply. This year’s competition was a new version, the courtroom Challenge: Quick Draw, which not only rewarded for a correct response but also for how fast answered. Each round was 15 questions and was a double elimination tournament. Lubbock County brought two teams and took first and third place. Congratulations to Sergeant Emily Flores and Mark Mosqueda (third place), and Officer Tracie Sasin and Officer Wade Goolsby (first place). It is always great to have Lubbock County represented so well, especially on the state level. Great Job Guys!!

Last night was week 8 of the Lubbock Law Enforcement Citizen’s Academy, with four more weeks to go. Sergeant Robby Holbert and Sergeant Wesley Shields did a marvelous job on a presentation of Crime Scene and Evidence Collection. Investigators presented a crime scene from start to finish. Our Corporals, Barnes and Coulter, shared a presentation on K-9 in law enforcement, how their trained on traffic stops, apprehensions, and searches. I believe last night was one of my favorites. The k-9 demonstration was a hit.

Thank you! everyone that came out this morning to the 2018 Law Enforcement Torch Run send off for Special Olympics. A big Thank you to Christopher Martinez, Gunnery Sergeant Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter, for carrying the Torch this morning. Christopher Martinez is the son of Brenda Hassell a Sergeant at the Detention Center. Christopher wanted to do this with his mom since he recently got station at Goodfellow Air Force Base in SanAngelo. Sergeant Martinez, volunteers for Special Olympics every chance he gets. The runners are headed to Arlington for The Texas Law Enforcement opening Ceremonies on Friday. Safe travels!! Safe running!!

Congratulations to all recognized during the 2018 Lubbock Sheriff’s Office Awards Reception. Lieutenant Jason Stewart received the Law Enforcement Supervisor of the Year Award. Detention Supervisor of the Year went to Sergeant Cheryl Estrada. Deputy Sylvia Hernandez received The Detention Officer of the Year, Andrew Cavazos received Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. Life Saving Awards went to, Jordon Freeman, Sergeant Shaina Hart, Officer Christopher Carlisle, Sergeant Kevin Payne, Nastashia Deleon, Chelsie Young, Sergeant Brenda Hassell, Michael Bates, Larry Dial, all from the Detention Center and Deputy Andrew Cavazos, and Corporal Macias out of the Patrol Division. The following received the Meritorious Conduct Award, Sergeant Amber Thieme, Sergeant Charmayne Johnson, Corporal Joel Buford, and Deputy John Hill. Civilian of the Year awards went to Brooke Mitchell (Detention Center) and Justine Bush (Law Enforcement Division). Law Enforcement Tele communicator of the Year award went to Lindsey Hiracheta. Kirk Carlisle received the Detention Center Contract Employees of the Year award. This year we wanted to take time to recognize and thank those deputies that responded to Frenship High School in reference to a possible student with a firearm. Deputies demonstrated extraordinary and meritorious service on December 1, 2017. Deputy’s timely and selfless actions during this incident demonstrated an unwavering commitment to the community we proudly serve. To build a safe and healthy community, by protecting the rights, safety and welfare of the citizens of Lubbock, is what each one of these officers believe in.

A big thank you to the young man who stopped by and wanted nothing more than to donate his lemonade stand money to the Sheriff's Office. Some of the warrants division thanked and took a complimentary photo with the young man and his mother.

Caprock Peace Officer Association rodeo Match. The Caprock Peace Officer Association raise funds to award college scholarships to derserving applicants wishing to further their education. CPOA, purpose is to provide members with access to the highest quality leadership development, training and Continuing Law Enforcement Education opportunities. Great to see different agencies come together for a good cause, Municipal, County, District Attoeny, State, and Federal. Like one said, 'Phenomenal camaraderie'. Congratulations to all the Winners !! And a Special Congrats to the LSO Marksmanship Team for taking 1st Place, two 2nd Place and two 3rd Place. Thank you CPOA for recognizing our Honor Guard on many years of outstanding service, dedication, and assistance to the CPOA and the communities we serve. Great job guys!

WALK A MILE IN HER SHOES...all in an effort to helping, healing and giving hope to all persons affected by sexual violence. Our very own Detention Response Team took that challenge to help raise money and awarness for a worthy cause. Then decided to step it up by running the last leg, ''Ouch''. As said by Micelle Daniels..." They truly epitomize what it means to be a public servant, giving freely of their time, effort, and money". Great Job guys! and Thank you Voice of Hope for all you do. And a big Thank you, to our very own Michelle Daniels, who gives so much and expects nothing in return.

In memory of dedicated service- D. Robert Martin Harvey End of Watch - April 26, 2009

Lubbock Law Enforcement Citizens Academy, Week - 4, TXDPS Lubbock Regional Office. Lastnight, Sgt. Keith Smith spoke to the class regarding High Risk Traffic Stops, and officers demonstrated different types of stops. Major Rippee, spoke about Patrol Procedures, and shared videos of what they are face with on a day to day basis. Thank you, Texas Department of Public Safety!

The Lubbock County Detention Center recognized volunteers who dedicate their time and are committed to helping inmates in the Detention Center. The Lubbock County Detention Center has a staff of 170 volunteers, offering classes of education, religion, Re-entry and Rehabilitation programs, to reduce recidivism and improving recovery. Two thousand five hundred and five classes, 430 Baptisms last year, with 30,926 attendees, these numbers show what the staff and volunteers are doing is working. Recognized was, Ann Krier (Education Volunteer of the year), Rene Martinez (Re-Entry volunteer of the year), Dr. Bret Hendricks (Texas Tech Intern Rehabilitation of the year) and Rex Henderson, Larry Gunset for (Religious Group of the year). A big thank you to all the volunteers for changing lives and giving hope to those in need.

Congratulations to all those recognized last week at the Crime Victim's Coalition Awards.

Happened last week.... National Telecommunicators Week. Thank you! for keeping our men and women in blue safe.