Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office Talks About Their Role During The President's Visit To Billings Montana

September 14, 2018




 Syndicated By: Montana News

According to Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Mike Linders  press release, the Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office, utilized 41 Sheriff's Office personnel to provide security, traffic control and other assistance for President Trump's visit.


This includes members of the Sheriff's Office Administration, Command staff, Patrol Division, Detective Division, Tactical Response Team, Reserve Deputies Civil Division and Animal Control.


Some hours include on duty Deputies called away from their regular duties for short periods to assist with the motorcade and traffic details.


The majority of the hours are the result of providing security inside and outside at the Rimrock Auto Arena. Off duty Deputies were called in to assist with the detail.

Other agencies assisting with security at the arena include, Laurel Police Dept. Montana Highway Patrol, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks, Montana Gambling investigation Division, Rosebud Co. Sheriff's Office and the Carbon County Sheriff's Office.


A total of approximately 411 hours were dedicated to the detail, which includes pre-visit meetings and preparations. This total also includes approximately 50 hours from the outside agencies mentioned above.

All totaled, the Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office spent approximately $12,930.00 on this visit.


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