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Mission Statement

Anaconda-Deer Lodge County Law Enforcement Department is a dynamic, progressive and professional organization dedicated to promoting public safety and developing and maintaining strong community partnerships. We act with integrity to reduce crime and the fear of crime and to protect lives and property while ensuring the rights of all people.  Our officers are dedicated to the services they provide, and their actions reflect pride in the department and the community. In partnership with the community, the department strives to enhance the quality of life in the community.

Roles & Responsibilities

The Anaconda-Deer Lodge County Department of Law Enforcement proudly serves the City-County of Anaconda-Deer Lodge 24 hours a day / 365 days a year. We are committed to delivering professional police services to the citizens, businesses, and visitors of Anaconda-Deer Lodge County. The Department of Law Enforcement consists of three departments:

  • Law Enforcement, responsible for the safety of the residents as well as enforcing laws and ordinances;
  • Detention, operates and maintains a safe and secure environment for the housing of inmates placed under our care in accordance with local, state, and federal requirements; and
  • 911 Dispatch, which provides essential emergency and non-emergency dispatch and communications services to City-County law enforcement, fire departments, and Emergency Medical Services.

A-DLC Department of Law Enforcement

800 South Oak Street

Anaconda, MT 59711

(406) 563 – 5241

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For your convenience, the Department of Law Enforcement provides online forms for you to report non-emergency crimes or incidents that are NOT in progress. Statement Forms allow you to report a non-emergency crime to Law Enforcement professionals, while our Tip Form allows you to anonymously provide information regarding an open or closed criminal case or incident of concern.

These services should never be used to report any kind of emergency or crime that requires an immediate response. These reports are only viewed by law enforcement personnel during normal business hours, 8am – 5pm, Monday – Friday, excluding holidays.

Please call 9-1-1 if a crime is in progress, someone is hurt or threatened, a weapon has been used or is present, or for any other emergency situation.

You must be at least 18 years of age and have been a resident of the State of Montana for at least six months. Any criminal convictions per the Montana codes may result in denial of the permit, or any omission of arrests and/or convictions may result in denial of the permit. It is required by law that you complete a certified firearms safety course before the application is submitted. For example, Hunter’s Safety, DD-214, or any other NRA Certified Instructed course. Proof of completion of such course can be a photocopy of certificate, an affidavit from the entity or instructor that conducted the course, or a copy of any other document that attests to completion of the course and can be certified through contact with the entity or instructor that conducted the course.

Download the Concealed Weapon Permit Application Form here and return the completed form, proof of certified firearms safety course completion, and photo identification to the Department of Law Enforcement.

Identity theft or identity fraud is a crime that occurs when a person uses someone else’s personal information for their personal gain. This includes “stealing” a person’s identifying information and using it to access the victim’s financial accounts or establish new accounts and incur debt in the name of the victim. Download our Personal Account Inventory here to learn ways to protect yourself from identity theft.

To report a case of identity theft, you must complete a report (available for download here or by visiting the Department of Law Enforcement) detailing the incident. The completed form must be certified by a Law Enforcement Officer and mailed or faxed to the Department of Consumer of Protection.

The Anaconda-Deer Lodge County Department of Law Enforcement performs sheriff’s sales per state statute. There are no Sheriff’s Sales scheduled at this time.  Please check back periodically for updates.
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Tim Barkell
Tim BarkellChief of Law Enforcement

Bill Sather | Assistant Chief of Police

Tommy Allison | Police Officer

Marc Arment | Police Officer

Tyler Deeks | Police Officer

Jack Doemel | Police Officer

Ryan Eamon | Police Officer

Steve Ernsberger | Police Officer

Steven Flack | Police Officer

Cody Hanson | Police Officer

Dave Heffernan | Police Officer

Joe Kitchel | Police Officer

Pete Lorello | Police Officer

Richard Pasha | Police Officer

Ryan Peterson | Police Officer

Colt Pierce | Police Officer

Kent Reisenauer | Police Officer

Jack Roche | Police Officer

Kyle Staley | Police Officer

Kristopher Vauthier | Police Officer

Mikael Villasenor | Police Officer

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Mark Durkin | Detention Officer

Jeff Miller | Detention Officer

Brandon Staley| Detention Officer

Jack Jones | Detention Officer

Keith Marthaller | Detention Officer

Vera Hoscheid | Detention Officer

Charlie Farmer | Detention Officer

Lorna Graham | Detention Officer

Terry Arneson | Detention Officer

Lynette Williams | 9-1-1 Supervisor

Linda Bubash | 9-1-1 Dispatcher

Susan Ernsberger | 9-1-1 Dispatcher

Doris Paull | 9-1-1 Dispatcher

Jamie Hanson | 9-1-1 Dispatcher

Lynann Killoy | 9-1-1 Dispatcher

Brandon Sturm | 9-1-1 Dispatcher

Elizabeth Beattie | 9-1-1 Dispatcher

Tiauna Geiger | 9-1-1 Dispatcher

Danielle Tuss | 9-1-1 Dispatcher

Gayle Clark | 9-1-1 Dispatcher