“Under my administration, I’ve provided the leadership needed to staff and run a proactive, efficient, and professional office.

My character, experience, vision and dedication, is my proven record.”

Mike Coyle, Sheriff

Sheriff Mike Coyle
Sheriff Mike Coyle

The Mission of the Madison County Sheriff's Office

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The mission of the Madison County Sheriff’s office is to work with other law enforcement agencies within Madison County and their efforts within the community to preserve the public peace, protect the rights of persons and property, prevent crime, and provide assistance to citizens in urgent situations. The Madison County Sheriff’s office is responsible for the collection of county taxes, security of the courts, and the service of legal process and orders of the court, enforcement of federal laws, and the Kentucky Revised Statutes within the boundaries of Madison County.

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office must enforce the law in a fair and impartial manner, recognizing both the statutory, and the constitutional rights of all people. I recognize that I am given a special trust and confidence by the citizens I serve.  This trust and confidence is my bond to ensure that I shall behave and act according to the highest personal and professional principles.

Our Sheriff’s Office in 2017 became one of only seventeen, Sheriff’s Offices in the state to receive Accreditation honors for high standards and professional excellence as an Accredited Law Enforcement Agency.

  • I shall ensure that my employees and I, in the performance of our duties, will enforce and administer the law according to the principles of the United States.
  • I shall establish and enforce standards of behavior for my employees consistent with the responsibilities, duties, obligations, and functions of my office as sheriff.
  • I shall adhere at all times to the standards and principles of honesty and integrity.
  • I shall ensure that all employees are appropriately trained and supervised to enhance the performance of their duties so that competent and excellent service is provided by the office of sheriff.
  • I shall ensure that, during my tenure, I shall not use the office of sheriff for personal gain.
  • I accept and will adhere to this code of ethics, and in doing so; I also accept responsibility for encouraging others in my profession to abide by this code. 

Madison County Sheriff Tip Line. Phone: 859-624-4797

The Tip Line is designed to allow individuals to provide us with tips on criminal activity that is happening in the community. You can remain anonymous if you choose to do so. You are not required to provide your name, business name or other contact information. Call 859-624-4797 

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Information Notice

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT FROM
SHERIFF MIKE COYLE

Deputies are always available. If you need assistance contact Madison County 9-1-1 or Non-Emergency at (859) 624-4776.

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office and the Richmond Police Department, in an effort to enhance our equipment, training, and support to provide better service to our community, are jointly applying for $10,094.00 in federal funds by way of the FY2022 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG). The JAG Program provides states, territories, tribes, and local governments with critical funding necessary to support a range of program areas including law enforcement.

Funds requested through the FY22 JAG grant will help us work toward our goal of providing the best professional service to our citizens. These funds will be used to acquire much needed equipment to enhance the effectiveness of law enforcement patrol efforts as well as increasing officer and public safety.
 
This announcement will serve as the 30-day public notice required by the grant application. Public comments concerning our request for these federal grant funds are welcome. Please direct any comments to Sheriff Mike Coyle of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office at 859-623-1511 or Chief Rodney Richardson of the Richmond Police Department at 859-623-1162.
  • Deputies are always available. If you need assistance contact Madison County 911 at (859) 624-4776.
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