Chief Deputy Maj. Fred Coomes, Unit 273

Serving McLean County Since 2010

Serving the Commonwealth of Kentucky Since 2000

Supervision

 

 

Sergeant George Ballard, Unit 272

Serving McLean County Since 2013

Serving the Commonwealth of Kentucky Since 1989

Evidence Officer, Property Officer & Training Coordinator

Patrol Supervisor

 

 

Deputy Justin Dockery, Unit 279

Serving the Commonwealth of Kentucky since 2013

ARIDE Certified

Patrol

K-9 Deputy Cpl. Anthony Howard, Unit 277

Serving McLean County Since 2012

Serving the Commonwealth of Kentucky since 1988

Certified Firearms Instructor

Certified Shoot House Instructor

Certified Armorer

K-9 Officer, Criminal Interdiction & Patrol

K-9 "K i l o"

 

 

Deputy Tim McCoy, Unit 276

Serving McLean County Since 2008

Criminal Interdiction & Patrol

2013-2014 K-9 Officer with "Chezcko" prior to K-9's Retirement see below

 

SRO Deputy Jeff Palmer, Unit 281

School Resource Officer

Seriving McLean County since 2000

Serving the Commonwealth since 1988

Detective Brad McDaniel, Unit 274

Serving McLean County Since 2016

Seriving the Commonwealth of Ky since 2005

Serving as Detective since 2019

K-9 "Katy" Medically retired

 

Deputy Ben Aders, Unit 275

Serving McLean County Since 2015

Serving the Commonwealth of Kentucky Since 2013

Patrol Training Officer

ARIDE Certified

Patrol

 

 

Deputy Kyle Stroud, Unit 271

Serving since 2016

Patrol

 

K-9 "Kilo" (Belgium Malinois)

Serving McLean County Since 2014

Criminal Interdiction & Patrol

Handler: K-9 Officer Anthony Howard

Kilo was imported from a top bloodline breeder in Romania

and trained in the United States by K9 Working Dogs International, LLC

located in Langford Kansas.

K-9 "Katy" (German Shepherd) Medically Retired

Retired K-9 "Chezcko"

Officially Retired from the McLean County Sheriff's Office December 23, 2014

 

Chezcko is happily retired living the good life at home with his handler/owner Deputy Tim McCoy.  Since Chezcko was assigned Patrol with Deputy McCoy it was a natural choice for him to retire with his last handler.  Although Chezcko was at the top of his game his medical issues involving his hips were the reason for retirement.  Chezcko's bark is greatly missed on the radio by us all.  Happy Retirement buddy!

 

- The McLean County Deputies & Dispatchers

Online TIP Form

Our Online TIP Form is operational.  If you have a tip on any Criminal, Suspicious or Drug Related Activities click on the Tip Link above or at the top of the page and complete the form.  You can also stop by the office, call us direct, or email us at: 

 

tips@mcsoky.com

Dispatch: (270) 273-3551

 

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McLean County 911 Center

Dial 911 for Emergency

(270) 273-3551  Office

24/7 & 365

 

McLean County Sheriff's Office
135 East 2nd Street

P.O. Box 292

Calhoun, KY 42327-0292

(270) 273-3551  Dispatch

(270) 273-3276  Office

(270) 273-3277  Fax

 

Office Hours:

Monday - Friday  8:00am - 4:30pm

 

All other hours please contact the McLean County 911 Center at

(270) 273-3551