Lenawee County Sheriff's Office

COVID-19 Update to County Services:

Law Enforcement Services (Road Patrol) will continue to respond to calls for service from the public for in-progress calls, i.e. domestic assaults, vehicle crashes (except car vs deer, private property) and complaints involving evidence to be collected and serious felonies.

  • Sheriff’s Office Admin Office Lobby will be closed. 
  • Purchase permits or gun sales records can be mailed to the Sheriff’s Office at 405 N. Winter St. Adrian, MI 49221.
  • Our outer Lobby containing the Breathalyzer Kiosk will remained unlocked and be will available.
  • Copies of Complaint or Crash Reports can be requested either by mail or through the county website.
  • Central Dispatch will be screening callers for the coronavirus and obtaining information so that the Deputy may call the complainant by phone or ask them to step outside.
  • Jail: Video visitations are suspended, but inmates are being provided with two free 5-minute phone calls per week. Inmate information, communication, and commissary funding will continue to be taken in the normal manner. Online or by calling 517-265-4400
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Welcome to the Lenawee County Sheriff’s Office. Please take a moment to look through our website to see the various Divisions of the Sheriff’s Office and how they operate. We are continually looking at ways to improve how we communicate with the public and provide them with the information they want and need. This is one way we can accomplish that goal.

Thank you for visiting this site and if there is anything our office can assist you with, please contact us.


THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE IS HIRING!

CAREER PATHS
  • Patrol Division
  • Investigative Services
  • Motorcycle Unit
  • Honor Guard
  • Accident Reconstruction
  • School Liasion Officer
  • Animal Control
  • Dispatch
  • Corrections
  • Records Clerk
  • Reserve Unit
  • Mounted Unit
  • Victim Services Unit
REQUIREMENTS
  • US Citizen
  • Must be 21 years of age or older
  • HS Diploma or GED
  • Must successfully pass a background investigation that includes a psychological and medical examination
  • Road Patrol candidates must be MCOLES certified or certifiable
  • Road Patrol and Corrections Officers must pass an EMPCO Law Enforcement test
SALARY & BENEFITS 
  • Step pay-grade salary commensurate with experience
  • Health and Dental Plans
  • Paid Holidays
  • Annual Leave accrual
  • Life Insurance Plans
  • Long/Short Term Disability
  • Retirement Benefits
  • Career Development Training Program
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Clothing Allowance

If you are interested in applying for a full-time or volunteer position, please fill out an application.

Mission Statement