Thursday, April 24, 2014
Isabella County Community Development

Sheriff Leo Mioduszewski encorages teens & parents to make prom and graduation safe by following the law

Isabella County Sheriff Leo Mioduszewski wants teens in Isabella County to have a fun and memorable experience at this year’s prom and graduation open houses. To ensure that teens stay safe, he is reminding them and their parents that underage drinking is not only dangerous but it is against the law.  “You can’t have a memorable experience at prom or graduation if you are unable to remember any of it because you have had too much to drink,” said Sheriff Mioduszewski.

The consequences of underage drinking are serious.  Every year underage drivers under the influence of alcohol kill or seriously injure themselves or others in crashes.  

Sheriff Mioduszewski offers the following tips to prevent underage drinking and keep this year’s prom and graduation open houses safe for everyone in the community:

Sheriff's Department

Dedicated To Our Community

sheriff leo smWelcome to the Isabella County Sheriff's Department website. As Sheriff for the County of Isabella, it is an honor and a pleasure to serve the citizens of the county. The Isabella County Sheriff's Department continually strives to improve the services we offer, to be innovative and proactive in reducing crime and to strengthen our ties to the citizens we serve. I am very proud of our accomplishments and look forward to meeting the challenges of the future.

Our success is credited solely to the men and women of the Isabella County Sheriff's Department and their endless devotion to the organization. We will continue to strive to enhance the quality of life in Isabella County by providing the highest quality of service through honor, professionalism, compassion and accountability.

If I can be of assistance to you, please do not hesitate to give me a call. I can be reached at (989) 772-5911.

Best wishes,

Leo Mioduszewski
Sheriff, Isabella County

History of the Isabella County Sheriff Department

oldjail Isabella County's Sheriff Department is primarily responsible for three duties: the operation of the jail, service of court papers and to provide around the clock protection to detect and deter crime. The department also provides back-up assistance to other area agencies. The position of Sheriff or (“Reeve of the Shire") began in England and was first established in the year 992 AD, therefore it is the oldest law enforcement agency in the world.



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Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
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