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The Trimble County Sheriff's Office
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Service and Integrity

Past & Present; Office History

The Sheriffs: In the past 76 years the Trimble County Sheriff’s Office has been lead by many different men. All of these men have have been dedicated to the job and worked everyday to provide a safe place for the citizens of Trimble County to live.
 
Our present Sheriff, Sheriff Tim Coons has held office for 10 years (2003-present) and is in his his third term having just been re-elected to the office of Sheriff this past November.

Retiring in 2002 Sheriff Denny Long served Trimble County as Sheriff for a 8 years (1994-2002) having worked for the Sheriff’s Office for a total of twenty years from 1982 to 2002. Sheriff Long served as Deputy and Chief Deputy for Sheriff Howard Long before taking Office.

Sheriff Howard Long was an intricate part of Law Enforcement for 29 years. Howard served as as deputy and sheriff, serving as Sheriff 3 different times totaling 16 years. Howard last served as Sheriff 1982 to 1993. 

Sheriff David Craig served as Trimble County Sheriff twice for a total of 8 years. Sheriff Craig held office 1970 to 1973 and again 1978 to 1981. 

Curtis Clem served as Sheriff 1962 to 1965.

Sheriff Clifford Pyles was Sheriff for two 4 year terms (1942-1945 and 1958-1961) and served as a Deputy as well.

Sheriff Clarence Egerton was Sheriff for two separate 4 years terms (1946-1949 and 1954-1957). During the four years between terms Sheriff Egerton’s son Edward Egerton was elected as Sheriff 1950 to 1953 for one 4 year term. 

During the four year 1938 to 1941 the Sheriff’s Office was lead by Sheriff Carroll Miles who was elected to one term.

W. Raymond Sanders was elected to and served as Sheriff of Trimble County from 1934 to 1937.

These ten men have served the County as Sheriff from 1934 until now. A father was followed by son, brother followed by brother and in some cases some of these men served, left office, and returned years later to the job. Why? Because it has never just been a job, it is a calling that brings with it a very real commitment to service. 

I would like to thank Retired Sheriff Denny Long, Deputy/Chief Bailiff Beery Welty and County Clerk Jerry Powell for the help with this information.

Trimble County Sheriff’s Office - 30 US Hwy 42 - Trimble County Court House - Bedford Kentucky, 40006 - Office: 502-255-7138 - Fax: 502-255-4882 - Emergency: 911