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Madison County Sheriff's Office

May 27th, 2021 – The Madison County Sheriff’s Office recently presented our 2020 Employee of the Year and Court Security Officer of the year.

Deputy Michelle Albertson was named the 2020 Employee of the Year posthumously. Michelle joined the sheriff’s office in 2010 and remained until her passing in 2020. The award was presented to the family of Deputy Albertson, Josh and Aron Aldridge.
The 2020 Court Security Officer of the year was presented to Deputy Ronald Lamb. Deputy Lamb was sworn-in the Madison County Sheriff’s Office in 2018. He was joined by his wife, Marsheila and employees of the Madison County Court.
Please join us in congratulating Deputy Lamb and honoring Deputy Albertson.

May 17th, 2021 – The Madison County Sheriff’s Office would like to welcome Jeremey Hamilton to its ranks. Jeremey was sworn-in as deputy on Monday, May 17, 2021 by Madison County Judge Executive Reagan Taylor.

Left to Right – Sheriff Mike Coyle, Jeremey Hamilton, Major Tony Terry.

April 26th, 2021 The Madison County Sheriff’s Office would like to Congratulate Deputy Shane Johnson who was named 2020 Deputy of the Year by the American Legion Post 12. Deputy Johnson was presented the award by American Legion Post 12 President Cecil Walker.

Left to Right – Major Tony Terry, American Legion Post 12 President Cecil Walker, Deputy Shane Johnson, Sheriff Mike Coyle.

April 15th, 2021 The Madison County Sheriff’s Office would like to congratulate two of Madison County’s Finest, Deputy Ben Spaulding and Major William “BJ” O’Donnell for receiving an ATF Honor Award and a US Attorney General’s Distinguished Service Award for his hard work, dedication, and teamwork in a past joint criminal investigation.
Deputy Spaulding, who was an officer with Richmond Police Department at the time of the investigation, and Major O’Donnell were honored on Tuesday, April 13, 2021. The award was presented by Tom Chittum the Assistant Director of Field Operations for the ATF.

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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