Thursday -  March   5 ,  2015
End of Watch for Officer Stephen W. Traglio (2/25/2015)
Law Enforcement Torch Run (2/24/2015)

The Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Office proudly partners with the Special Olympics and the Law Enforcement Torch Run.

Watch for more news here on our 2015 cooperative effort with Special Olympics!

Seatbelts Are For Everyone (2/24/2015)

Deputies of the Leavenworth County Sheriff’s Office will be out in force working to gain compliance with seat belt awareness in the areas of our schools during the week of 02/23/2015- 03/06/2015.

Sheriff Dedeke reminds everyone to buckle up and be safe.

Phone Scam Alert (12/29/2014)

Recently several phone scam cases have surfaced in the city of Leavenworth, in these cases the caller claims to be a member of a Law Enforcement agency. Various twists in the scam then allege the subject receiving the call has a warrant for their arrest and officers / Deputies are on their way to arrest the subject. The caller than tries to extract funds from the victim to negate the warrant. This was recently documented in a Leavenworth Times news article.

If you receive any calls referencing a strain of this scam please be aware, at no time will the Sheriff's Office:

  • Request credit card information via phone
  • Warn of pending arrest if demands are not met
  • Threaten or slander subjects via phone
"No Shave November" Campaign (12/12/2014)

The Sheriff's Office employee's recently completed the second annual 'No Shave November' campaign, proceeds totaled $720.00. The funds were divided between three local charities. Sheriff Andy Dedeke recently met with representatives from each organization and personally turned the funds over to the groups.

"Toys For Tots" (12/3/2014)

The Sheriff's Office will have Toys for Tots collection boxes available at the entry point of the Sheriff's Office located in the Leavenworth County Justice Center. They will be on scene until December 15th and will then be picked up by the Marine Corps.

Crystal Swan Blackdeer and Sheriff Andy Dedeke
Leavenworth County Humane Society (8/5/2014) - Sheriff Andy Dedeke receives a chip code reader from Leavenworth County Humane Society spokesperson Crystal Swan Blackdeer. The donation ocurred Tuesday afternoon, July 22nd, 2014 at the Leavenworth County Sheriff's Office. The code reader will allow deputies to scan found pets to determine if they have an embedded microchip containing owner information. This is a valuable tool aiding deputies in returning lost pets to their proper owners.