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Zaki receives some "Get Well" gifts!

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Recently Deputy Mueller met with Robert Romesburg and Kaity Cabral of www.shoppetcentral.com. They donated some Kong Extreme toys for Zaki as a get well gift after learning Zaki was injured by a vehicle.

We appreciate their compassion and friendship.

 

Sheriff Steve Cox


Thank You Sindy and Dena

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 Sindy Fitzpatrick                              Dena Davis

 

The entire Livingston County Sheriff’s Office wants to take the opportunity during Administrative Professionals Week to thank Sindy Fitzpatrick and Dena Davis for their hard work and dedication to this office and serving the public with respect.

 

Sheriff Steve Cox


Legal Bid for Radio in Patrol Vehicle

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

 

Notice is hereby given that bids will be accepted by the Livingston County Commission until 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, April 06, 2017. The bid is for one Motorola or equivalent radio for a patrol vehicle. Radio must be MOSWIN compliant and of dual-purpose design for Digital and Analog.

 

For additional specification information please call Sheriff Steve Cox or Chief Deputy Michael Claypole at 660-646-0515. Sealed bids shall be delivered to the Livingston County Clerk, 700 Webster Street, Chillicothe, MO 64601 prior to above date/time.

 

The Livingston County Commission reserves the right to accept the lowest or best bid, and the right to reject any and all bids.

 

BY ORDER OF THE LIVINGSTON COUNTY COMMISSION

 

Ed Douglas

Presiding Commissioner


Legal Bid for Patrol Vehicle

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

 

Notice is hereby given that bids will be accepted by the Livingston County Commission until 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 23, 2017 for a 2017 SUV Special Service and/or Police Package Vehicle with either 4 wheel drive and/or all-wheel drive, for use by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office. Bid must include additional optional features to add/delete and pricing must be included with bid.

 

For additional information please call Sheriff Steve Cox or Chief Deputy Michael Claypole at 660-646-0515. Sealed bids shall be delivered to the Livingston County Clerk, 700 Webster Street, Chillicothe, MO 64601 prior to above date/time.

 

The Livingston County Commission reserves the right to accept the lowest or best bid, and the right to reject any and all bids.

 

BY ORDER OF THE LIVINGSTON COUNTY COMMISSION

 

Ed Douglas

Presiding Commissioner

 

 


Remembering 9-11-2001

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GOD BLESS the United States of America

In remembrance of 9-11-01

Bless our citizens, first responders, and military!


Happy Birthday Aiden

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Yesterday Aiden and his mother stopped by the LCSO and we were able to help celebrate Aiden’s 14th birthday! Aiden especially enjoyed being in the patrol vehicle and working the equipment. A good time was had by all.


Thank you Aiden for brightening our day, we hope your birthday was awesome!


Sheriff Steve Cox


Kudos to BAM Organizers and Supporters!

Kudos to BAM Organizers and Supporters!

 

Thank youimage from Stuart Miles Freedigitalphotos.com

(photo courtesy Stuart Miles and freedigitalphotos.net)

 

A big Thank You to Amy Supple, Doug Long, Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce, Chief Darrell Wright, Bam Volunteers, the ambulance staff, Wheeling Fire, Dawn First Responders, Chula Fire First Responders, Chillicothe Parks and Chillicothe Street Departments, MoDOT, and the police, troopers, dispatchers, and deputies, and everyone else who worked the 2-day BAM Event.

This event brought hundreds of people through our area. I/we heard many positive comments from participants, supporters, organizers, businesses, and citizens. I saw quite a few of the participants enjoying Chillicothe and taking photos of the murals.

There was a great deal of responsibility and organization which took place for months and weeks ahead of BAM. Those involved did an excellent job.


Give Blood and Save Lives

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If you have time consider donating BLOOD to the Community Blood Center today at the United Methodist Church on Walnut Street in Chillicothe. Open until 6 this evening

Sheriff Cox and another Livingston County elected official joined others from our community in giving blood today!  It is a rewarding feeling to help save life.

 


Memorial Day Appreciation and Respect

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(photo courtesy vectorolie and freedigitalphotos.net)

 

We appreciate and respect all the heroes who have sacrificed for our great country so we may enjoy freedom and liberty.


Vehicle Bid Notice from LCSO

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(photo courtesy Stuart Miles and freedigitalphotos.net)

 

 

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

 

Notice is hereby given that bids will be accepted by the Livingston County Commission until 10:00 a.m. on February 11, 2016 for a 2016 SUV Special Service and/or Police Package Vehicle with either 4 wheel drive or all-wheel drive, for use by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office. Additional optional features to add/delete and pricing must be included with bid.

 

For additional information please call Sheriff Steve Cox or Chief Deputy Michael Claypole at 660-646-0515. Sealed bids shall be delivered to the Livingston County Clerk, 700 Webster Street, Chillicothe, MO 64601.

 

The Livingston County Commission reserves the right to accept the lowest or best bid, and the right to reject any and all bids.

 

BY ORDER OF THE LIVINGSTON COUNTY COMMISSION

 

Ed Douglas

Presiding Commissioner


Secret Santa Program

The Livingston County Sheriff's Office held our 5th annual Secret Santa program in December 2015.  Here is a great article about a portion of that program with Fox 4 News in Kansas City and a local link for a more complete story from the Chillicothe Constitution Tribune.

http://fox4kc.com/2015/12/22/secret-santa-and-sheriff-help-girl-fulfill-christmas-wish-of-giving/

 

http://www.chillicothenews.com/news/20151224/little-girls-christmas-wish-comes-true-through-secret-santa-venture
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2015 Chillicothe Christmas Parade Photo

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We wanted to share a photo sent to us of Sheriff Steve Cox, wife Beth and their dog Freya, (the Cox family Standard Poodle) from the 2015 Chillicothe Christmas Parade.  

The 3 of us had fun and it is always an honor to help lead this parade. Freya very much enjoyed the huge smiles and positive comments from lots of children and many adults.

 

We Wish you a Very Merry Christmas,

Sheriff Steve Cox, Beth Cox, Family, and Freya


Share your thoughts on our Poll question.

Please take time to participate in our latest Poll question on our website. You may view this at http://livcoso.org/ We appreciate your input and being a part of our team.

Steve Cox

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FOX 4 News in Kansas City Interviewed LCSO Staff

FOX 4 News (WDAF-TV) in Kansas City recently interviewed members of the Livingston County Sheriff's Office.  We appreciate the information the news crew wanted to share with their audience.

Please take a few moments and view each of these stories:

May 18, 2015:

http://fox4kc.com/2015/05/18/crime-simulator-puts-public-in-officers-shoes-for-moments-of-heart-pounding-chaos/

 

May 12, 2015:

http://fox4kc.com/2015/05/12/chillicothe-man-thrilled-to-have-beloved-pet-capuchin-monkey-back-home/

 

Thank you Abby Eden and FOX 4 News.

 

Sheriff Steve Cox


Deputy Leadbetter Attends Advanced Rifle Training

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Deputy Nicholas Leadbetter

 

For 2 days last week, Deputy Nicholas Leadbetter attended the Remington Defense/ Bushmaster Patrol Rifle Armorer School, hosted by the Leewood Kansas Police Department. At that training Deputy Leadbetter was instructed on how to better service and maintain our patrol rifles. This course went in depth on how to construct and deconstruct a patrol rifle in various platforms.

Our patrol rifles are an investment and a tool that protects and enhances the safety of our community and officers. Deputy Leadbetter is now assigned the task of ensuring these firearms are running correctly and will continue to run correctly for years to come. Deputy Leadbetter will be able to repair and replace parts without shipping the firearms to a manufacturer, which is both expensive and time consuming.


500 Lucky People

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(photo courtesy Stuart Miles and freedigitalphotos.net)

 

On May 13, 2015 the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office mailed 500 notices to the next prospective jury panel.   By law the Circuit Clerk of the County (Brenda Wright) is obligated to obtain/prepare a list of the prospective jurors for each term. Then the sheriff is required to submit that notice to each person and we do this by U.S. Mail.

It might be a good day to buy a lottery ticket or donate some extra cash to your Church or charity.


2 Deputies receive Emergency Vehicle Operations Training

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Deputy Perez                  Deputy Bagley

 

The week of April 13, 2015 Deputy Will Perez and Deputy Dave Bagley attended a very in-depth training for one full week at the Missouri State Highway Patrol Training Academy in Jefferson City. The deputies received advanced training in the Emergency Vehicle Operations Course (EVOC).

This training included both day and night classes on emergency vehicle operations on all types of roadways in various types of conditions with different types of patrol vehicles. The officers obtained lifelong skills which increases the safety of everyone on the roadway and minimize potential for accidents, injury, and liability.

We are proud that Deputy Perez and Deputy Bagley attended this course. Both officers reported back they had learned a great deal about vehicle and emergency vehicle operations. All the LCSO road patrol deputies receive advanced driver training to maintain a higher level of professionalism and responsibility to our community.

Sheriff Steve Cox


LSCO Items on Online Auction Site

http://www.rafterconline.com/cgi-bin/mnlist.cgi?rafterc16/9408    (office supplies)

 

http://www.rafterconline.com/cgi-bin/mnlist.cgi?rafterc16/9409    (television)

 

http://www.rafterconline.com/cgi-bin/mnlist.cgi?rafterc16/9410    (copy machine)

 

http://www.rafterconline.com/cgi-bin/mnlist.cgi?rafterc16/9411    (oven hood and fire supression system)

 

All items are in good working order and are "being sold in as is where is condition" with no warranties implied or expressed.

All are for sale on www.rafterconline.com  Sale ends April 13, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 


A Man Cave Craving Opportunity from the LCSO?

By authority of the Livingston County Commission the Livingston County Sheriff's Office is selling the following Jail door with working lock, key, and bars immediately surrounding the jail door.

We sold one of these a few months ago and due to the demand for opportunity to have a unique "man cave" we are doing it again.  The jail door, lock and bars have served this county jail from 1978 through 2012.

Could be great security for a gun room or man cave.

Sold in "As Is, Where Is Condition" no warranties implied or expressed.  See link below for additional information.  Buyer is responsible for removal.  If you only want the door or part of the bars that too is ok, but it still sells as advertised.

Rafter C On Line Auctions has this and other excess property for sale from the Livingston County Sheriff's Office, 901 Webster Street, Chillicothe, MO 64601.

 

http://www.rafterconline.com/cgi-bin/mnlist.cgi?rafterc16/9424


Patrol Car for Sale

The Livingston County Commission has authorized the sale of a retired LCSO patrol car.  The sale is being conducted on an online auction site being www.rafterconline.com to view the patrol car and additional information you may also click here: 

http://www.rafterconline.com/cgi-bin/mnlist.cgi?rafterc16/9425

 

The car is being sold "As is where is" condition with no warranty implied or expressed.

Thank you for looking and supporting the Livingston County Sheriff's Office.

 

SC


Thoughts for the Week.

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(Photo courtesy Stuart Miles and freedigitalphotos.net)

 

Here are 2 quotes from Winston Churchill that have a great deal of meaning in life still today.  Give both a few thoughts this week as time permits.

 

"You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life."

 

“A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.”


Surpass 2000 Likes on Facebook!!!!

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(Photo courtesy Master isolated images and freedigitalphotos.net)

The men and women of the Livingston County Sheriff's Office wish to share our appreciation to all our Facebook friends.  This week we have received 144 new "Likes" giving us 2,051 total "Likes" at the time of this blog.

Our social media friends have been extremely helpful to area law enforcement.  You have given us a heads up on criminal activities, tips on fugitives, and shared important information with thousands of people here and in north Missouri.  You have helped in locating missing persons and prevented people from falling prey to scams and other criminals.  All of which has greatly increased safety for this and other communities and helped people that are already victims of crime.

Your support, knowledge, and willingness to help has been and always will be very much appreciated!  We work in and for a great community and people.  It is our pleasure to serve you and strive to do what is right.

Thank you and Be Safe,

Steve Cox


Scouts Visit LCSO

 

 

Recently a Scout group came to the LCSO and met with Deputy Will Perez and Deputy Ryan Ford.  The group was given a tour and discussion about the LCSO.  They also got first hand views of patrol vehicles and equipment.

Our staff had a great time with the group!

Please call us if you have a group that would enjoy a similar tour.


Thank you to ALL Veterans and Military Members!

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Raptor photo courtesy of Tim Beach and freedigitalphotos.net

 

The men and women of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office proudly salute all of our Military Veterans and active service personnel.  Each member of every branch of service has been and will always be respected and admired for protecting our country, freedom, and Constitution.

Thank you for your service, sacrifices and hard work you have and continue to give all of us.

 

Respectfully,

Steve Cox


Meet Deputy Sheriff Timothy A. Bryan

 Deputy Bryan

 Deputy Timothy A. Bryan

 

We are pleased to introduce our new employee to the Livingston County Sheriff's Office.  Deputy Timothy (Tim) A. Bryan came to our office wanting to move to the Livingston County area for multiple reasons.  He and his family are excited to be here and we are happy to have them on our team.

Tim may be reached at tbryan@livcoso.org or by calling the LCSO at 660-646-0515.  Deputy Bryan's bio information is attached.

Please join in welcoming him to our team and community.  Steve Cox

 

Deputy Bryan's bio:

Born in1964 at Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton MO. Lived in Trenton until June 1982.

Active member of the community in the Boy Scouts of America.

Graduated from Trenton High School in 1982. While in High School played football and wrestling.

Upon graduation enlisted in the United States Army. Completed basic training and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Knox KY.

During his Army Career Tim was stationed at Fort Riley KS, Camp Casey Korea, Fort Knox KY twice, German, Saudi Arabia and Iraq for Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.  Deputy Bryan was assigned as a Tank Commander/Instructor.

After completing 12 years of active duty Military began work as a Corrections Officer for the Missouri Department of Corrections while going to the Police Academy to begin a career as a law enforcement officer.

Upon completion of the Police Academy began as a Deputy Sheriff for the Ray County Sheriff’s Office and worked there for close to 2 years before accepting employment as a Police Officer for the City of Lawson MO.

Deputy Bryan is married with one child and 3 step children and 1 Grandson. 


Deputy Receives Advanced Training

 Deputy Perez

Will Perez

 

Deputy Will Perez has completed training in the area of DWI Enforcement and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing at the Lees Summit Police Department.  The training began Monday, October 27 and concluded Wednesday, October 29.

Deputy Perez has been with the LCSO since June 2014.  You may reach Will at wperez@livcoso.org.


Poll Questions and Results

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photo courtesy Stuart Miles and freedigitalphotos.net

 

Results from 2 recent poll questions posted on the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office website are:

 

1.        What are your thoughts on what the SALT Center (homeless shelter) is for our community?

47% who took the poll responded it is a positive addition.

43.2% responded it is not needed here.

9.8% said they need more information.

 

2.        What are your thoughts on Ebola becoming widespread in the USA?

5.5% of the responses said it won’t happen here.

7.3% said they are preparing now.

32.7% believe maybe a few isolated incidents.

54.5% answered the Federal government has no idea.

 

Thanks for following us on our website and Facebook.

 

Steve Cox


Notice of Legal Bid for Camera System at LCSO

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

 

Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be accepted by the Livingston County Commission for certain equipment and supplies to be used at the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office.  Item subject to bid is a Camera System for the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office with at least the following features:

 

9 Indoor 2 Megapixel IP Camera’s.

4 Outdoor 5 Megapixel IP Camera’s.

POE network switch to provide network connectivity as well as power to all cameras.

Recording equipment capable of retaining video a minimum of 45 days.

Equipment to burn DVD’s and CD’s of video and audio recordings.

Installation of all equipment to include all necessary cabling, network switches to isolate from the active network.

1 year on-site warranty on all hardware.

Integration to current IT systems within the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office.

 

Sealed bids will be accepted until Thursday, October 24, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. and may be mailed or delivered to Office of County Clerk, 700 Webster Street, Chillicothe, Missouri 64601.

The Livingston County Commission reserves the right to accept the best bid and right to refuse or reject any or all bids.

BY ORDER OF THE LIVINGSTON COUNTY COMMISSION

Eva Danner Horton, Presiding Commissioner

(Publish Thursday, October 02, 2014)

 

(Legal publication please)


Poll Question on SALT Center in Chillicothe

Please take our poll question on our website regarding the SALT Center in Chillicothe. 

www.livcoso.org

 

Thanks and have a great weekend.

 

Steve Cox


Sheriff Cox receives MSA Appointments

Missouri Sheriffs’ Association President Kevin Bond has appointed Sheriff Steve Cox to the MSA’s Legislative Committee which is chaired by Grundy County Sheriff Rodney Herring.  Sheriff Cox was also appointed to MSA’s Membership and Media Committee which is chaired by Dallas County Sheriff Mike Rackley.

Sheriff Cox previously served on the MSA Executive Board of Directors and was the 2010 MSA President.


Used Patrol Car Added to Fleet

 

     

These are pictures of the most recent patrol car we added to the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office Road Patrol.  This is a 2012 Dodge Charger Police Package which was purchased in March 2014 and put into service in May 2014 after being properly equipped.

The used vehicle was bought from the Missouri State Highway Patrol and had approximately 55,000 miles at the time of purchase.  We have added the necessary equipment and assigned this patrol vehicle to Deputy Chris Mueller as the primary driver.

The LCSO road patrol are assigned vehicles as we are a small organization and depend on all our road patrol when a serious emergency occurs which provides for a much timelier and effective response to any situation.

The LCSO had a demonstrated need for the newer patrol vehicle due to excessive mileage and mechanical issues.

The used MSHP Patrol Car cost approximately $15,750 but $8,999 of that cost was covered by a Local Law Enforcement Block Grant we had received.


Deputy Attended Firearms Instructor Training

 Chris Mueller

Deputy Chris Mueller

 

Deputy Chris Mueller recently attended a 2 week training session at the Missouri State Highway Patrol Training Academy on Firearms Instruction.

 

Deputy Muller had to perform at high levels of efficiency and accuracy with handguns, rifles, and shotguns.  Additionally he studied the roles and responsibilities of firearms instruction for law enforcement.

 

Deputy Mueller will not only provide instruction and certification training for the officers at the Livingston County Sheriffs’ Office.  Chris will also assist other agencies and will be the firearms instructor for the Missouri Sheriffs’ Association Training Academy which is hosted by the Livingston County Sheriffs’ Office in Chillicothe beginning August 07, 2014.  By having an in-house firearms instructor it will also save us money from having to pay for individual officer certifications every year.

 

Chris has been a deputy sheriff with the LCSO since 2010.  We are proud of his accomplishments and the work he does for the citizens of Livingston County.

 


New Livingston County Deputy Sheriff

Will Perez

Deputy Will Perez

Will was born in Brockton, Massachusetts and has lived most of his life in Massachusetts and moved to Kirksville in February 2014 to pursue his career in law enforcement, prior to taking and passing the Missouri POST Exam he served as a Military Police Officer for 9 years in the United States Army.


He served as a Reserve Deputy in Schuyler County. He is a father to a beautiful daughter named Leylani and always says that everything he does is for her.


He looks forward to building a relationship with the community of Livingston County and looks forward to helping those in need and to serve his community.

Will began road patrol duties/training with our office on June 23, 2014 and may be reached at wperez@livcoso.org.


Deputy Attends Emergency Vehicle Operations Course

EVOC picture courtesy of the MSHP 

(photo courtesy of the MSHP Training Academy)

 

Deputy Nicholas Leadbetter recently received a weeks-worth of intensive driving and pursuit driving skills and enhanced training.

Deputy Leadbetter attended the Missouri State Highway Patrol Training Academy’s Emergency Vehicle Operations Course.  The training consists of class room and all types of driving on the MSHP training track.

Students learn all types of information about vehicles, weight shift, breaking, acceleration, and emergency vehicle operations under all types of conditions and stress.  The week long course also includes some night time driving.

All LCSO deputies attend advanced vehicle operations course(s) to better protect them and all other motorists during job performance.


Deputies Receive Training on Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

April 09 Deputy Chris Mueller, Captain Sindy Fitzpatrick and Detective Eric Menconi received training from the Missouri Sheriffs Association Training Academy on Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs.  The instructor is highly respected and extremely knowledgeable of these types of gangs in the Midwest and in rural Missouri.

The training from free to the LCSO as we are members of the Missouri Sheriffs’ Association.


Typical Day in the Sheriff's Office

 

 

Chief Deputy Claypole

(Chief Deputy Michael Claypole)

This is all too often a typical day for all of us at the Sheriff’s Office.


Notice to Bidders

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

 

Notice is hereby given that bids will be accepted by the Livingston County Commission until 10:00 a.m. on March 06, 2014 for certain Communications Equipment to be uses by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office. 

Bid items and specs:

 

  1. 1.    2, P25 Vehicular Repeater 450-530 MHz
  2. 2.    2, UHF ¼ Wave Antenna Rod
  3. 3.    2, Chrome Antenna Nut
  4. 4.    2, TNC Antenna Connector
  5. 5.    2, Trunk Lid Mounts (Low Profile)
  6. 6.    2, Interface Repeaters with Radio and Installation in Vehicle (installation may vary based on type of vehicle)
  7. 7.    2, Pyramid Interface Cable for XTL2500

 

For additional details please call Steve Cox, Sheriff at 660-646-0515.  Sealed bids may be delivered to the Livingston County Clerk, 700 Webster Street, Chillicothe, MO 64601.

The Livingston County Commission reserves the right to accept the lowest or best bid, and the right to reject any and all bids.

 

BY ORDER OF THE LIVINGSTON COUNTY COMMISSION

 

Eva Danner-Horton

Presiding Commissioner

 

Publish February 27, 2014

(Legal publication please)


Vehicle Bid Notice

February 18, 2014, Livingston County Commisison approved bid to Woody's in Chillicothe.  Thank you to all who submitted bids.  SC

 

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

 

Notice is hereby given that bids will be accepted by the Livingston County Commission until 10:00 a.m. on February 13, 2014 for a 2014 4x4 ½ ton 4 door special service pickup for use by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office.

For additional details please call Steve Cox, Sheriff at 660-646-0515. Sealed bids may be delivered to the Livingston County Clerk, 700 Webster Street, Chillicothe, MO 64601.

The Livingston County Commission reserves the right to accept the lowest or best bid, and the right to reject any and all bids.

 

BY ORDER OF THE LIVINGSTON COUNTY COMMISSION

 

Eva Danner-Horton

Presiding Commissioner

 

 

Bid specifications for a Special Service Vehicle for the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office are not limited to the following:

 

 

  1. a.      2014 ½ ton 4 wheel drive  Crew Cab-4 door Special Service Pickup
  2. b.      5.7 Liter Motor
  3. c.      Automatic Transmission
  4. d.      Power windows and locks
  5. e.       Carpeted flooring
  6. f.       17” wheels and On/Off Road Tires.
  7. g.      Heavy duty Engine Oil and Transmission Fluid Cooler
  8. h.      Remote Start and Security Group
  9. i.       Protection Group
  10. j.       Heated Exterior Mirrors and Rear Window Defrost
  11. k.      Full size spare tire
  12. l.       32 gallon or larger fuel tank
  13. m.    Anti-Spin Rear Differential
  14. n.      Remote Start and Protection Group
  15. o.      Bright Silver Metallic for exterior color
  16. p.      Black and Diesel Grey interior coloring.
  17. q.      At least cloth front seats
  18. r.       Anti-spin differential rear axle

Veterans Day and Our Appreciation

 

thank you courtesy Stuart Miles and freedigitalphotos.com 

(photo courtesy of Stuart Miles and freedigitalphotos.com)

 

THANK YOU for preserving the liberties and freedom we enjoy each day!

 

We are proud to help uphold the Constitution of the United States which you stood strong to protect.

 

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office greatly respects and appreciates all our Veterans and those currently serving in all branches of the United States Military!


 
 
 
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