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MISSOULA COUNTY SHERIFF, MT

ATTENTION!

Video Visitation can now be conducted using any iOS device.

You can download the "ICS Mobile" application

at no cost from the Apple App Store by searching "ICSolutions".

All visitors must register (at no cost) in order to participate in a video visitation session with an inmate at this facility. 

Visitors can register for visitation at icsolutions.com.

Missoula County offers The Visitor™ video visitation system which allows friends, family members, and professionals the control to schedule and conduct video visits at a time convenient for them and avoid wasting time waiting in long lines or traveling to the facility. Video visitation replaces traditional face to face visits on visitation telephones through a glass partition with visitation through video kiosks and are conducted with the inmate never having to leave their housing unit while the visitor can choose to visit onsite at the facility or offsite from anywhere. 

All adult visitors must register (at no cost) in order to participate in a video visitation session with an inmate at this facility.  See helpful links below.    

VISITATION

Onsite Visitation - Visit from jail

ONSITE visitation is conducted using the video terminals located in the facility’s visitation center from which the inmate is housed.

Offsite Visitation - Visit from personal Windows computer, Android or iOS device

Visitors wishing to participate in OFFSITE  visitation are required to download and test the visitation application from their Windows computer, Android or

iOS device (iPhone or iPad) before they will be able to schedule a visitation.

For OFFSITEvisitation, the visitor can choose to visit from a computer or alternatively from any android device by downloading The Visitor™ android app, 

ICS MOBILEfrom theGoogle Play store or any iOS device by downloading the iOS app,ICS MOBILEfrom theApple Storeby searchingICSolutions.

OFFSITEvisitation is fee-based and the cost will vary by facility. Internet connectivity issues during offsite visits will not be refunded.

HELPFUL LINKS

⇒ ICSolutions website:To register, add funds, schedule a visit, or connect an offsite visit from your computer, clickhere.

                            ⇒ ICSolutions Customer Portal: To log in, create a new account, or view product availability, click here.

⇒Offsite computer application:To download the computer application to conduct offsite visits, please clickhere.  

⇒Android device application:To download the Android app, please clickhere.

                            ⇒ iOS device application:To download the iOS app from the Apple Store via your iPhone or iPad, please clickhere.

⇒ Registration and scheduling help:For instructions on how to register for visitation and/or schedule a visit, please clickhere.

                            ⇒ Offsite visitation help:For instructions on how to set up your Windows computer for an offsite visit clickhere.

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Missoula County Sheriff's Office

Missoula County Sheriff's Office, MT

Missoula County Sheriff's Office

Sergeant Allen Leslie Kimery | Missoula County Sheriff's Office, Montana
Missoula County Sheriff's Office, Montana
Deputy Sheriff Lloyd J. Stringer | Missoula County Sheriff's Office, Montana
Missoula County Sheriff's Office, Montana
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Missoula County Sheriff's Office, Montana
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Undersheriff James Thompson | Missoula County Sheriff's Office, Montana
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1 man dead after officer involved shooting in Missoula County

MISSOULA — One person died in a Sunday evening officer-involved shooting in the Missoula area.

Missoula County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the Southside road area west of Missoula at approximately p.m. on Sunday for a report of a disturbance, involving a man swinging a machete and making threats.

According to a press release from the Missoula County Sheriff's Office, deputies tried to communicate with the suspect. After multiple non-lethal attempts to de-escalate the situation, deputies shot the suspect and he was injured.

Missoula County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Jeannette Smith says deputies immediately administered medical aid and requested Emergency Medical Services. The suspect was transported by air to the hospital, where he later died.

"Our Deputies are faced with difficult and sometimes dangerous situations such as the incident this evening. We recognize the profound impacts these tragic events have on our Deputies and all those involved," Missoula County Sheriff TJ McDermott said in a press release. "Our heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends of the suspect involved in this incident.”

The Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) at the Montana Department of Justice will be investigating the incident.

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The Missoula County Sheriff's Office reported Sunday evening that deputies were involved in a fatal shooting on the Southside Road area of the county.

The incident involved an as-yet-unidentified man swinging a machete and making threats.

According to a report released by the sheriff's office, 'deputies attempted to communicate with the suspect to deescalate the situation, however after the suspect failed to comply with verbal commands deputies utilized a less lethal option to get the suspect to comply with commends. That effort was unsuccessful and the suspect continued to pose a lethal threat.

Shots were then fired by deputies, and the suspect was wounded. Deputies administered first aid at the scene and the suspect was Life Flighted via helicopter to a local hospital for treatment, where he later died of his wounds.'

Sheriff T.J. McDermott issued the following statement.

"Our deputies are faced with difficult and sometimes dangerous situations such as the one incident this evening," said McDermott. "We recognize the profound impacts these tragic events have on our deputies and all those involved. Our heartfelt condolences go out the the family and friends of the suspect involved in this incident."

The incident is now being investigated by the Department of Criminal Investigations at the Montana Department of Justice.

Another fatal incident involving the Missoula Police Department occurred on August 12, and the Department of Criminal Investigation determined that the suspect took his own life.

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McDermott wins 2nd term as Missoula County sheriff

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Missoula County Sheriff T.J. McDermott appeared to be headed for re-election late Tuesday, with Independent challenger Travis Wafstet trailing by nearly 4, votes.

As of midnight, totals showed McDermott with 12, votes and Wafstet with 8, That was with partial numbers posted for all 52 precincts.

After June’s primary election, Wafstet stepped in with a determination to change the leadership in the sheriff’s office.

Despite tension within the department since McDermott’s election in , the sheriff said late Tuesday that he is determined to keep working hard and feels good about the numbers.

“We’re happy. [The results] look good,” McDermott said. “We hope they continue the same way and that we bring this home for a victory and I’m just excited to have another term as sheriff of Missoula County.”

McDermott said one highlight of his first term as adoption of the Jail Diversion Master Plan by the Missoula City Council and the Missoula County commissioners. The plan has already added a mental health worker to the county detention facility and boosted treatment outside of jail to those who suffer from substance abuse or have mental illnesses.

The plan offers a hour medical treatment service which includes case managers and psychiatric care. He hopes to improve the program during the next four years.

“Really what I’m wanting to do in the next term is work with our stakeholders, certainly our hospitals, and try to see if our community can come together and have a hour, seven-day-a-week mental health crisis center for people, including a law-enforcement drop-off,” he said.

About 40 percent of inmates in the county jail are non-violent, have substance abuse issues or suffer from mental illness, the sheriff said, and he hopes to find resources that will divert them away from jail cells.

“What I hope is that we can identify resources for those people that hopefully can remove them from a jail setting and put them into intensive supervision programs where they can keep their job, keep their housing, in exchange for a breath test in the morning and maybe a drug test at night, monitoring drug patches and those types of things,” he said.

The department also added a school resource officer during McDermott’s first term who serves as a role model to students, ensures positive work environments in classrooms and helps reduce youth crime. The officer currently overlooks about a dozen schools in the county, McDermott said.

“In the years to come, we hope to work with the board of county commissioners to add deputies and have a school resource deputy in each of the Missoula County schools,” he said.

Recent increases in calls for service and illegal drug arrests have prompted the department to hire more deputies, he said. More deputies are receiving crisis intervention training as well, which helps officers divert a person to a hospital rather than a cell.

“We’ve been able to increase staff in my first term by six deputies and by doing so, we were able to staff our drug and violent crime task forces,” he said. “That’s important and we need to continue that work collaborating with other law enforcement agencies to deal with some of the problems with methamphetamine that have resulted in some violent crimes in our communities, these homicides, and robberies, and kidnappings, and shootouts, things that we’re not accustomed to in Missoula.”

Whether or not McDermott is re-elected, he acknowledges the important work the department does every day and hopes to serve as sheriff for four more years.

“It can be a lot of hard work, but I have a great team. I have to tell you, I am so proud of the great work that’s been done by the men and women of the sheriff’s office. I’m honored to be their sheriff,” he said.

Wafstet could not be reached immediately Tuesday night for a statement.

 

 

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The Missoula County Sheriffs Office, located in Missoula, Montana, is a law enforcement agency that promotes public safety in Missoula County through public policing and the management of county jails and inmates. The Sheriff's Office is responsible for patrolling any unincorporated areas of the county or areas not covered by the municipal Police force as well as enforcing legal judgments such as foreclosures, repossessions, and tax delinquencies.

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