Deputy Mike Jewell began his law enforcement career as a Corrections Officer at the Hutchinson Correctional Facility in 2006. In 2010 Jewell joined the Cheney Police Department where he served until 2013. While serving with the Cheney Police Department, Jewell earned the rank of Senior Patrolman. Jewell left the Cheney Police Department and worked as the City Marshal for Le Roy until joining the Allen County Sheriff's Office in 2014.
Deputy Jeremy Troester began his law enforcement career with the Labette County Sheriff's Office as a Corrections Officer. Troester then served as a Communications Officer for the Neosho County Sheriff's Office before joining the Allen County Sheriff's Office in 2009. Troester serves as an Armorer and Firearms Instructor as well as instructing Concealed Carry Handgun (CCH) Classes.
Deputy Anthony Maness began his law enforcement career with the Iola Police Department as a Communications Officer and Reserve Officer before becoming a Patrol Officer in 2002. Maness joined the Allen County Sheriff's Office in 2011. While with the Iola Police Department, Maness served as a Patrol Officer, Detective, and Patrol Lieutenant. Maness is trained in forensic data retrieval, serves as the evidence custodian, an Armorer, and Firearms Instructor. Maness instructs Concealed Carry Handgun (CCH) classes and is highly trained in narcotics detection and prevention.
Deputy Joe Robertson began his law enforcement career with the Neosho County Sheriff's Office in 1974. In 1975, Robertson joined the Chanute Police Department where he served until 1978. Robertson returned to the Neosho County Sheriff's Office as a Captain/Detective before being appointed Sheriff by Governor Carlin. Robertson served as Sheriff until 1984. Robertson then served as Project Leader for the Southeast Kansas Narcotics Enforcement Unit before joining the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in 1985. In 1992, Robertson left the DEA and worked in private security until 2010. Robertson returned to his hometown in 2012 and served the Iola Police Department until 2014 when he joined the Allen County Sheriff's Office. Joe has a vast amount of knowledge and brings great experience to the Allen County Sheriff's Office.
Deputy Travis Buck began his law enforcement career as a reserve Officer with the Frontenac Police Department in 2012. Buck joined the Frontenac Police Department part-time in 2013 before joining the Allen County Sheriff's Office in 2014. Buck brings a great deal of knowledge in self-defense as he is currently serving in the United States Army National Guard as a Military Police Officer and a Defensive Tactics Instructor.
Deputy Jarod Tingley began his law enforcement career with the Liberal Police Department in 2010. Tingley joined the Allen County Sheriff's Office in 2012. Tingley is very proactive in traffic enforcement in an attempt to reduce accidents. Prior to entering law enforcement, Tingley volunteered as a firefighter for the Arma/Crawford County District 2 Fire Department as well as the Scott Township Fire Department in Fort Scott. Tingley served as a part time EMT-B for Allen County EMS as well as a part time EMT-I for Baxter Springs EMS before serving full time for Mercy EMS in Fort Scott and Labette Health EMS in Parsons. Tingley serves as the agency Radar/Lidar Instructor as well as the webmaster for the agency website.
Deputy Jason Kegler began his law enforcement career with the Allen County Sheriff's Office Reserve Division in 2011. Deputy Kegler completed the 44th Part-Time Academy at the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center in 2013. Deputy Kegler has a history in education at both Allen Community College and Neosho County Community College resulting in great rapport with local college students.
Deputy James Jerome began working for the Allen County Sheriff's Office in 2014. Jerome previously served with the Iola Police Department and is currently employed with the Iola Fire Department/Allen County EMS.
Deputy Daren Kellerman began his law enforcement career with the Allen County Sheriff's Office in 2001. Kellerman has served as the D.A.R.E. Officer and as La Harpe Chief of Police. Kellerman has received extensive training in the apprehension and prosecution of impaired drivers. Kellerman has also trained as a forensic investigator for crimes against children.