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The Millard County Sheriff's Office recognizes and supports our troops in defending our country's freedoms. We especially want to recognize the National Guard 145th Field Artillery and thank them for their service in Iraq.

Millard County Sheriff's Office supports our troops.

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CodeRed Emergency Notification Services

Millard County Sheriff’s Office contracted with Emergency Communications Network, Inc., of Ormond Beach, Florida, for its "CodeRED" high-speed telephone notification services. The system gives the Sheriff’s Office the ability to deliver emergency telephone messages to targeted areas or the entire county at a rate of up to 60,000 calls per hour.Learn more...

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Learn about the latest happenings in Millard County that relate to the Millard County Sheriff's Office.Learn More...

Cold Cases

Holden Assault

Investigators from the Millard County Sheriff’s Office are seeking additional information regarding an assault that occurred near Holden, Utah on March 20, 2007.Read More...

Solved Cases

Sumart Robbery

Arrests have been made in the matter of an armed robbery that occurred in Scipio, Utah on 01/19/2008 at the Sunmart Texaco at approximately 8:26 PM.Read More...

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UTAH DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY RELEASES NEW VIDEO
Monday, 28 December 2015 09:22

Click HERE to see the new video released by the Utah Department of Public Safety called "Recognizing 8 Signs of Terrorism".  We urge you to report any suspicious activity you see to your local law enforcement agency.

 


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