Red Willow County Sheriff Department

The Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office is committed to protect the lives, property and rights of all people, to maintain order and to enforce the law.

The Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office will strive to accomplish this mission by setting goals and objectives and practicing the core values of the office. It is our mission to improve and maintain the quality of life we enjoy and to ensure that our county is a safe place to live, work, and visit. We are totally dedicated to this mission, to the County we service and to accept the responsibility of attaining our goal of achieving excellence within our profession. The Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office’s values are its principles and beliefs, which guide the Office’s members as they pursue the Office’s mission.  The underlying premise of the Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office is that officers shall dedicate themselves to treat people with respect, fairness, and compassion.

 

Current Press Release’s

Rural Neighborhoods for Crime Prevention

Know Your Stuff® – Home Inventory

 

Red Willow County’s Top 5 Wanted

Irene Werner 6-23-89

Irene Werner
6-23-89

Rebecca Woody 1/22/1983

Rebecca Woody
1/22/1983

Ridge Q. Abbott 3-27-92

Ridge Q. Abbott
3-27-92

 

 

Robert D. Hines DOB 10/2/67

Robert D. Hines
DOB 10/2/67

Melida Casarez  DOB 1-17-75

Melida Casarez
DOB 1-17-75

The following individuals have active warrants for their arrest. If you have any information to their whereabouts please

contact one of the following agencies:

  • Sheriff’s Department Warrant Division (308) 345-1850 or
  • Your local law enforcement agency  (308) 345-3450
  • McCook Area Crime Stoppers (866) 345-5440
  • You can also submit a tip at crimestoppers.swnebr.com or rwcso.org

All warrants must be verified with the Red Willow County Sheriff’s Department before apprehension can be made. Do not attempt to arrest or detain any of these subjects as some of them may be armed and dangerous.