The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) is completing a 3 part series of End of Year Report to the citizens and media of the activities in our office for 2017:
Item 2017 2016 2015 2014
Dispatched Calls for Service: 4,579 N/A 4,537 N/A
Incoming Telephone Calls-
Answered at LCSO: 19,560 18,345 N/A N/A
Outgoing Telephone Calls-
From LCSO: 7,027 6,665 N/A N/A
Notable Budget Totals as Compared to Actual Expenditures in 2017:
Sheriff Office Budget for Salaries, Employment Costs, Insurance and other Fringe Benefits:
Budgeted = $490,175 Expenditures = $476,917 Under Budget for County: $13,258
Sheriff Jail Budget:
Budgeted = $460,000 Expenditures = $294,725 Under Budget for County: $165,275
Law Enforcement Training Budget:
Budgeted = $6,000 Expenditures = $3,170 Under Budget for County: $2,830
Law Enforcement Sales Tax Budget for Sheriff’s Office:
- This includes a transfer of $87,338 to County Revenue for Salaries and Fringe Benefits.
- Expenditures of Ballistic Vests of $5,329 which half was refunded by Federal Grant.
- Transfer to County Revenue-Board of Prisoners of $25,628.
- Contract with City of Chillicothe supporting E-911/Dispatching Services of $91,346.
Budgeted = $451,048 Expenditures = $424,469 Under Budget for County: $26,579
Civil Fees Budget:
Budgeted = 23,000 Expenditures = $16,002 Under Budget for County: $6,998
Budgeted = $3,867 Expenditures = $1,257 Under Budget for County: $2,610
Inmate Security Budget:
Budgeted = $13,000 Expenditures = $12,012 Under Budget for County: $988
The LCSO operated under every budget for 2017 for a total budget savings of: $218,538.
Interesting line items in our 2017 expenditures report:
(Source for above information was in Budget/Revenues Report for 2017 from County Clerk’s Office.)
- To maintain and provide a well-equipped and trained staff to provide you with the best “sheriffs’ office” in North Missouri.
- Continue to aggressively investigate criminal violations, especially crimes against persons of all ages.
- Increase the number of public service events and programs for the community.
- Train LCSO staff on Critical Incident Training for intervention when mental health issues exist. This may also reduce crimes and lower our jail population while providing a better service to many.
- Schedule additional activities and training with area law enforcement agencies.
Please call should you have any questions, concerns, or comments.
Sheriff Steve Cox