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Legislature overrides LePage jail veto

Commissioners weigh Group home future

Deputies given wearable cameras

sheriffs oppose jail takeover

Corrections chief calls for jail takeover

state police operations going well

Sheriff experiencing more calls

county Jail feeling space crunch

Bethel police calls decrease last 3 years

Sheriff Gallant to seek re-election

Sheriff scraps coverage agreement

Sheriff seeks to appoint Chaplain

Gallant joins fight against marijuana

Mission Statement

The members of the Oxford County Sheriff’s Office are

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dedicated to protecting life and property. We are committed to providing all citizens with the highest quality law enforcement and correctional services and shall perform our duties in an efficient and effective manner.While providing the traditional services of the Sheriff, we stand ready to support and augment all other law enforcement agencies. We recognize that the ability to successfully complete our mission is based on shared mutual respect and responsibility between the sheriff’s office, county, state and municipal agencies and the citizens we serve.
As professionals we will enforce the laws in a fair and impartial manner recognizing both the statutory and judicial  limitations of our police authority and at all times protecting the constitutional rights of every individual.

Wayne J. Gallant
- Sheriff

Sheriff Wayne GallantSheriff Wayne GallantOxford County consists of 2,200 square miles bordering New Hampshire and Canada. There are 36 town and 19 organized and unorganized townships. The yearround population is 54,000.

 

Oxford County Sheriff's Dept.