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DispatchersDispatchers
Dispatchers are an essential function in the county. The dispatcher is responsible for directing city and county officers, ambulance and fire fighters to locations within the county in times of need.

When citizens are in need of assistance the dispatcher advises officers, dispatches out the appropriate emergency response teams and communicates between each, updating on potentially dangerous situations. The dispatcher is responsible for keeping all entities informed in time of crisis. There are four full time dispatchers:
  • Charlotte Stein
  • Leah Grover
  • Lori Kochanowski
  • Rachel Groomer 

Jailers
The jailer is primarily responsible for prisoner safety during incarceration, jail maintenance and efficiency. There are 4 full time jailers that work 2 shifts of 12 hours each. The Grant County Jail can hold up to 24 prisoners. The jailer prepares breakfast and transport noon and evening meals from the local care home. There are four jailers:
  • Todd Koehn
  • Joshua Davis
  • Bryan Quillen
  • Skyler Daugherty

Clerk
The clerk performs various clerical and law enforcement related duties. The clerk acts as a relief dispatcher when needed. Kathy Schwarzer is our clerk.

Civil Process
Sheriff's deputies serve all civil papers.
  • 1999 – 3375 papers served
  • 2000 – 4193 papers served
  • 2001 – 4371 papers served
  • 2002 – 3501 papers served
  • 2003 -- 3367 papers served
  • 2004 - 3549 papers served
  • 2005 - 2981 papers served
  • 2006 - 2846 papers served
  • 2007 - 3001 papers served
  • 2008 - 3447 papers served
  • 2009 - 2978 papers served
  • 2010 - 3234 papers served
  • 2011 - papers served
  • 2012 - papers served
  • 2013 - papers served