Welcome to Liberty County Sheriff's Office
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The mission of Liberty County Sheriff's Office is to maintain social order and provide professional law enforcement services to citizens in the community, within prescribed ethical, budgetary, and constitutional constraints. This department strives to enforce the law and maintain order in a fair and impartial manner, recognizing the need for justice, and consistent appearance of justice. The Sheriff recognizes that no law enforcement agency can operate at its maximum potential without supportive input from the citizens it serves. This department actively solicits and encourages the cooperation of all citizens to reduce and limit the opportunities for crime, and to assist in bringing to justice those that break the law.


                                          Police Officers Prayer

Oh Almighty God, whose great power and eternal wisdom embraces the universe.
Watch over all law enforcement officers.
Father in Heaven please give them the strength, courage and perseverance to endure
the unjust condemnation, danger, and physical abuse to which they are at times subjected.
We recommend them to your loving care because their duty is dangerous.
Dear God, grant these brave men and women your almighty protection.
Unite them safely with their families after duty has ended.

Amen.





Helpful links:

NEED INFORMATION ON A LIBERTY COUNTY INMATE?



CLICK ON LINK BELOW:

http://74.81.132.22/bok/cgibok108.html




National Center for Missing and Exploited Children:  www.missingkids.com




 

To check the status of an offender:  www.vinelink.com




DPS urges residents who see something unusual to simply speak up

Here are some examples of behaviors and activities to report:

  1. Strangers asking questions about building security features and procedures.
  2. Briefcase, suitcase, backpack or package is left behind.
  3. Cars or trucks are left in no-parking zones at important buildings.
  4. Chemical smells or fumes that are unusual for the location.
  5. People requesting sensitive information, such as blueprints, security plans or VIP travel schedules, without a need to know.
  6. Purchasing supplies that could be used to make bombs or weapons, or purchasing uniforms without having the proper credentials.
  7. Taking photographs or videos of security features, such as cameras or check points.
Preparations for terrorist attacks are often seen, but rarely reported. When in doubt, report the suspicious activity through iWATCH. For more information on the iWATCH program or to submit a report, visit www.iwatchtx.org.   


**Note:  This site is not designed to report emergencies. If you have an emergency, call 911.



    Are you prepared for a disaster?  

The following links can assist with building a plan and checklists of items that will help prepare you and your family for a disaster:

http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/dem/Preparedness/tips/tornadoSafetyTips.htm

http://texasprepares.org/English/information-tornadoes.shtml

www.texasprepares.org

www.ready.gov

It is also critical for residents to follow weather reports and be prepared for changing weather conditions:
    http://www.weather.gov/




National Weather Service 2013 Hurricane prediction information

          http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/outlooks/hurricane.shtml



        

          Click here to see attached order by Judge Craig McNair