The Command Staff consist of the Sheriff, Chief Deputy and a Captain who all wear different and multiple “hats” depending on the needs of the Office. The Command Staff work hand in hand with the Sheriff to coordinate all functions of the Sheriff’s Office and supports operations by providing direction, policy, leadership and coordinating resources to include necessary and required training and proper equipment to safely carry out the duties of the Office while keeping everything focused on the ever changing needs of the community.
We also employee two full-time Personnel Directors who manage the business side of the Sheriff’s Office which includes all clerical and record keeping duties in addition to:
• Accounts payable
• Accounts receivable
• Civil paper processing
• Court returns, both criminal and civil
• Print new/renewal CCW permit ID cards
• Open Records Request
• In addition to financial and operational responsibilities, they have daily contact with the public in the office and by phone.
Craig S. Allison
Daniel J. Gevermuehle
It is the mission of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is to provide professional, high quality and effective law enforcement, correctional and court security services in partnership with the community. We, the members of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, believe that our work has a vital impact on the quality of life in our community. To demonstrate our commitment to our profession, on and off duty, we subscribe to the following Values;
The Sheriff’s Office recognizes that its employees are the vital component to the successful delivery of law enforcement, corrections and court security services. We believe we can achieve our highest potential by actively involving our employees in problem solving and improving law enforcement, correctional and security services.
Integrity is defined as being honest, moral, upright and sincere. Public trust can only exist with our integrity and respect for one another. The foundation of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is the high level of integrity of its employees.
Recognizing the changing and diverse needs of the community, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes and encourages a policy of professional individual excellence, which is delivered and enhanced by continuing education and training.
Sheriff’s Office members shall uphold laws in an ethical, impartial, courteous, and professional manner while respecting the rights and dignity of all persons. We shall strive to achieve a balance between enforcement and community needs which reflects both the spirit and the letter of the law. We support an organizational climate of mutual trust and respect.
Sherry Gastler (right)
Assistant Personnel Director
Jenny Hill (left)