Bell County Sheriff's Department

Bell County Sheriff's Department

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I am somewhat disappointed with a deputy that came out yesterday to put down an injured deer, he just walked by my pulled over vehicle (the only vehicle on the side of the road) didn’t even acknowledge me and then when I called out to him
He didn’t say anything to me! I left the scene and when I drove by the spot this morning the deers head was extremely close to the side of the road, he could have at least pulled it back a few feet!! The Game warden I had spoke to was out of town, I will just deal with them next time!! This deputy was not friendly in the least!!
Can y’all stop calling my phone asking for Kimberly Patterson case number 758666.
Do you all have an app where you hear about road closures or other important stuff on a push notice like Williamson county has?
As we celebrate the Fourth of July this weekend, it's important to remember how Independence Day shaped the future of our country. The #2020Census is your chance to shape your community's future once again. You can respond online using your mobile phone, tablet, or computer - even if you haven't received your census invitation. Responding is easy at 2020census.gov.
I want to thank the female Officer that was on duty at the desk on Friday, June 26 @ 11:05 AM. She will know who she is! If I knew her name I would definitely use it!! (And I would like to know)!!
She was so very kind, empathetic, and sympathetic as I was bringing in 2 flags to dispose of. It was like losing my husband all over again and she understood that. Thank You! 😘😘❤️🤍💙😘🇺🇲
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To all Law Enforcement personnel:
I live in Belton, and if you are a law enforcement officer and need a break, you can come park outside my home or better yet knock on my door any time of the day or night. If you are thirsty, I will bring you a drink. If you are hungry, I will fix you food. If you are hot, I will invite you inside to cool off. If you need backup, I will stand with you along with a few of my friends. If you need to cry, I will hug you and let you. If you need to talk, I will listen. I only ask that you don't lose faith in Americans. We are NOT all against you. Our lives matter, as do yours. God Bless you and your family!
Kerry Welch Retired MP and Corrections
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I will be proud to stand along side you any second of the day, we love our law and order officers.
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Bell County Sheriff's Department, Bell County, Belton, Texas is the law enforcement agency responsi

Operating as usual

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 04/18/2022

Please help welcome our newest Cadets in the Jail Academy!

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 04/18/2022

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post

Gone But Not Forgotten 04/08/2022

Gone But Not Forgotten

The revealing of these chairs meant so much to us...as we stood there and somberly watched, we all thought; yes, we will never forget their sacrafice and they will always be in our hearts.

Gone But Not Forgotten Gone But Not Forgotten

03/30/2022

The Bell County Sheriff's Department is investigating the theft of several firearms from a vendor's table during a gun show at the Bell County Expo Center. Security video from the incident shows several persons of interest at the table at the time of the theft.

*The Bell County Sheriff's Department would like the public's assistance in identifying these three subjects.

03/26/2022

We’re so proud of our dispatchers! Way to go Beth for receiving your Dispatching License!

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 03/25/2022

We swore in a new deputy today! Please welcome Deputy Chad Tarvestad to the BCSD family!

Bell County Jail Career Fair Saturday March 26, 2020 03/24/2022

Bell County Jail Career Fair Saturday March 26, 2020

Don’t miss our job fair this Saturday. Becoming a part of our Bell County Jail team is a great opportunity! From 9 - 1 we’ll be conducting interviews and tours.

Bell County Jail Career Fair Saturday March 26, 2020

03/24/2022

Bell County extends training to Ft. Hood

Current Career Opportunities at Bell County 03/21/2022

Current Career Opportunities at Bell County

Start your career with Bell County Sheriff's Dept.

On March 26th from 9am - 1pm we will be hosting a career fair at the Bell County Jail located at 1201 Huey Drive in Belton.

We will be providing tours of the facility, interviews, and on the spot employment offers. Entry level positions start at $18.80/hr.

Not looking for entry level? Have experience? We are interested in speaking with you too! Come join our team!

Bell County offers great benefit plans, paid time off, and has one of the best retirement plans in the state!

Don't miss this great opportunity to start your career as soon as April 9th.

Apply online at www.bellcountytx.com/jobs

Current Career Opportunities at Bell County See current career opportunities that are available at Bell County

03/17/2022
03/17/2022
Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 03/09/2022

What an awesome job they do in teaching us about autism and law enforcement 👍🏻💙

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 03/09/2022

We swore in a new Deputy this morning. Please help welcome our newest; Deputy Elida Hurt!

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 03/08/2022

Anne & Tres are in the house teaching about Autism and law enforcement💙

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 02/19/2022

What an awesome evening to share with family and friends last night!
Please help congratulate our newest promotions.
We also wish our Chief Deputy Buuck a happy retirement!

Major Esteban "Stevie" Ramirez, III 02/16/2022

Major Esteban "Stevie" Ramirez, III

Today, February 16th is the 1 year anniversary of Major Esteban “Stevie” Ramirez’s Line of Duty Death.

Today, we will have a Balloon Release Ceremony at the Flag Poles in front of the Loop Jail, 1201 Huey Dr., Belton, TX 76513, at 1:30pm. The public is welcome.

Please keep his family in your prayers as we remember one of our fallen….. RIP Brother

Major Esteban "Stevie" Ramirez, III Major Stevie Ramirez died from complications as the result of contracting COVID-19 during a presumed exposure at the Bell County Jail at 2401 S. Loop 121 in Belton.

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 02/16/2022

Thank you Tiff’s Treats for reminding us how great a community we serve! And very delicious if I might add 😋

Photos from Harker Heights Police Department's post 02/14/2022

Good work!

Timeline photos 02/03/2022

Timeline photos

Earlier today, Exec. Director Marc Williams, told Office of the Governor Greg Abbott that TxDOT has more than 4,000 women and men working round the clock to keep roads safe during the winter storm. Stay home if possible, but if you must drive, check road conditions at DriveTexas.org.

02/03/2022

Stay warm, stay safe💙

Bell County offices will remain closed, Friday, February 4, due to inclement weather. Watch the Bell County website or this page for updates.

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 02/02/2022

Today we had the privilege of attending the Police Academy Graduation at Temple College.

Please help congratulate our Graduates who got sworn in as Bell County Deputies; Klingensmith, Garner and Perez!

01/28/2022

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 01/28/2022

Cut the Cake! Congratulations to Deputy Mike Pinkert on his retirement! Thank you for you many years of dedicated and honorable service to our community!

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 01/26/2022

Please help congratulate our newest Deputies being sworn in, Harden, Cross and Sheen!

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 01/26/2022

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post

01/26/2022

The BCSD and the Ft. Hood Law Enforcement Command sharing Mental Health Training

Local police department selected to be part of statewide peer network 01/26/2022

Local police department selected to be part of statewide peer network

Local police department selected to be part of statewide peer network More than 100 police officers died by suicide last year, according to the nonprofit Blue H.E.L.P., which tracks those statistics. The Caruth Police Institute at University of North Texas-Dallas is hoping a new initiative, which a local police department is part of, will bring that number down.

01/19/2022

BCSD is at the Copeland Center at Ft. Hood today. Come see us for questions pertaining to job opportunities!

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 01/18/2022

Please help congratulate our newest jailers! They were just sworn in this morning. We also swore in a new Deputy; Ibarra. He will be pinned a later time this year when he receives his assignment.

Photos from Bell County Sheriff's Department's post 01/07/2022

A swearing in took place today. We continue to forge forward with a great working partnership with Ft. Hood. Congratulations to our newest reserve officer Shawn!

01/02/2022

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” – Albert Einstein

Here’s to a hopeful 2022!

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