Greenlee County Sheriff's Office

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Greenlee County Sheriff's Office
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Abbreviation GCSO
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction Greenlee, Arizona, USA
Map of Arizona highlighting Greenlee County.svg
Map of Greenlee County Sheriff's Office's jurisdiction.
Size 1,848 square miles (4,790 km2)
Population 1,847
General nature • Local civilian agency
Headquarters Clifton, Arizona

Agency executive
Website
Greenlee County Sheriff

The Greenlee County Sheriff's Office (GCSO) is a local law enforcement agency that serves Greenlee County, Arizona. It provides general-service law enforcement to unincorporated areas of Greenlee County, serving as the equivalent of the police for unincorporated areas of the county, as well as the incorporated town of Duncan, Arizona. It also operates the county jail system. The Greenlee County Sheriff's Office (GCSO) is headquartered in Clifton, Arizona.[1]

Sheriffs[edit]

  • I.B. English (3 Mar 1909- 7 NOV 1912)
  • John Patty (7 NOV 1992- 7 NOV 1914)
  • James Cash (7 NOV 1914- 7 NOV 1916)
  • Arthur Hardin Slaughter (7 NOV 1916- 7 NOV 1918)
  • John Bradberry (7 NOV 1918- 7 NOV 1920)
  • William T. Whitt (7 NOV 1920- 7 Nov 1932)
  • Harvey T. Grady (7 NOV 1932- 1 JAN 1942)
  • Benjamin Philips (1 JAN 1942- 7 NOV 1942)
  • Joe Chaudion (7 NOV 1942- 7 NOV 1946)
  • Joseph Tea (7 NOV 1946- 7 Nov 1952)
  • Fred Carrell (7 NOV 1952- 7 NOV 1962)
  • Forrest Wilkerson (7 NOV 1962- 7 NOV 1976)
  • Robert Gomez (7 NOV 1976- 7 NOV 1994)
  • Richard McCluskey (7 NOV 1994- 7 NOV 2004)
  • Steve Tucker (7 NOV 2004- 7 NOV 2012)
  • Larry Avila (7 NOV 2012- 7 NOV 2014)
  • Tim Sumner (7 NOV 2014- )

Fallen officers[edit]

Since the establishment of the Greenlee County Sheriff's Office, 1 officer has died in the line of duty.[2]

Officer Date of Death Details
Deputy Sheriff John D. Garnett
Monday, July 24, 1911
Gunfire

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official Website". Greenlee County Sheriff's Office. 
  2. ^ The Officer Down Memorial Page

External links[edit]