Sheriff 's Office

  1. 09/01/15 Community Meeting Tonight

    REMINDER: COMMUNITY MEETING TONIGHT Read on...
  2. 08/31/15 Suspect Arrested for Thefts from Vehicles

    On 08/30/15, the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) arrested David Christopher Harmon, age 25 of Frederick, on charges of obstructing and hindering, providing a false statement to a peace officer, two counts of rogue and vagabond... Read on...
  3. Upcoming Community Meetings

    Sheriff Chuck Jenkins will host two community meetings in September. Read on...
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Frederick County Sheriff's Office
The Frederick County Sheriff's Office exists to serve the community. Service to our community is our primary responsibility. We understand that we are one of the few agencies of government that never closes, and therefore, may be called upon to perform many different tasks for the community. If we are unable to provide a requested service, we will recommend an appropriate action or agency. We will always strive to professionally and enthusiastically respond to the community's needs.

In fulfilling our mission, we need the support of our citizens, elected representatives, and city officials in order to provide the quality of service our values commit us to providing.

2015 Law Enforcement Center Open House

FCG TV
Watch Sheriff Chuck Jenkins on FCG TV's "This Week in Frederick County".

Magazine Feature

Check out the Sheriff's Office featured in Maryland Sheriff Magazine.

Sheriff Charles A. Jenkins

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Annual Report
Announcements

Job Posting: School Crossing Guard
The Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for the position of School Crossing Guard until Tuesday September 29, 2015. Click link for more information and to apply. 
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INCREASED HOURS FOR FINGERPRINTING SERVICES

            The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office has increased the number of hours it provides fingerprinting services to the public.  Fingerprinting services has increased to 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday. Previously, fingerprinting services were offered from 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Thursday. 

            The goal of the office is to make it more convenient for citizens to have their fingerprints taken for employment, licenses, permits and other important issues like adoption and child care services.   The Sheriff’s Office will continue to accept credit/debit cards, checks and money orders as payment for fingerprint fees.  Cash is not accepted.  For more information contact the Fingerprint Information Line at 301-600-4058.