Sheriff

To Protect & To Serve

The mission of the Grant County Sheriff’s Office is to provide for the safety and protection of lives and property through courteous and professional public service, problem solving, crime prevention, and law enforcement.

Undersheriff James Biddle

James Biddle is the undersheriff for Grant County. In the absence of the sheriff, the undersheriff assumes full responsibility for the department. Undersheriff Biddle is the supervisor for six of the divisions of the sheriff’s department. The undersheriff must complete a minimum of 40 training hours each year to keep his law enforcement certification.

Undersheriff James Biddle

James Biddle is the undersheriff for Grant County. In the absence of the sheriff, the undersheriff assumes full responsibility for the department. Undersheriff Biddle is the supervisor for six of the divisions of the sheriff’s department. The undersheriff must complete a minimum of 40 training hours each year to keep his law enforcement certification.

Sheriff's Deputies

The deputies protect life, property and preserve order in Grant County. Deputies enforce all federal, state, and local laws including ordinances and assist with investigations. The duties of an officer include but are not limited to enforcing traffic laws, investigation of crimes and accidents, and providing public assistance. Deputies must have 40 hours of continuing education each year to keep their certification. Grant County has four full time deputies, one part time deputy, and one detective:

  • Detective Jason Brown
  • Deputy Dale Godfrey




  • Deputy Alex Partida
  • Deputy Aaron Enyeart



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