In keeping with our philosophy of community policing, Lewis & Clark County Sheriff's Office utilizes numerous volunteers. These highly trained and motivated volunteers provide thousands of hours of service to the citizens of Lewis & Clark County. Due to the number of volunteers and the diverse areas of responsibilities, the Sheriff has appointed full time sheriff's office employees to oversee those activities
Search & Rescue Liaison Coordinator- Keith Harbour (406) 447-8235. This is a vital function that coordinates Search & Rescue volunteers to work together with Lewis & Clark County Sheriff's deputies.
Reserve Coordinator - Don McCarthy (406) 447-8235. This position manages the day-to-day operations of the reserve officers' activities, which include patrol, security, training and crime prevention.
Rural Fire Department Liaison - Captain Kevin Wright (406) 447-8204. This position provides the link between the Sheriff, who is also the County Fire Warden and is responsible for fire suppression within the county, and the numerous volunteer rural fire departments.
Chris Thompson (406) 465-5831
Gloria Soja (406) 545-8645
Jason Smith (406) 672-3065
The Sheriff's Office is committed to providing assistance to its employees and their families in time of need. Additionally, Departmental Chaplains can sometimes be of assistance to the public when dealing with the Department in sensitive situations. Our Chaplains also serve on the Lewis & Clark County Critical Incident Stress Management Team.
Some of the areas where a Chaplain can be of assistance are as follows: