Livingston Co. Sheriff’s Department – EOY Report

Livingston County Sheriff’s Department filed their End of Year Report.

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department returned unused funds to the county totaling more than $56,000.  Sheriff Steve Cox says the amounts include:

Source                                    Budgeted             % Used    Under Budget

County Revenue-Sheriff              $587,005               95.65%        $25,554.71

County Revenue-Jail                   $460,000                96.7%         $15,197.00

Law Enforcement Training              $4,750               98.84%               $54.96

Inmate Security                          $13,000               61.54%          $5,000.00

LEST-Sheriff                             $170,800               98.63%          $2,334.84

LEST-Other                                $88,550               91.09%          $7,886.75

CCW                                             $2,600               97.88%               $55.00

Civil Fees                                    $19,000               98.13%             $355.56

 

Cox says some of the notable expenditures this past year include:

Fuel:   just over $26,000 up from nearly $20,000 in 2017.
Utilities: just over $9100 – up from nearly $8,500 in 2017.
Telephone expenses dropped: $5,600 – down from nearly $6,200.

Cox says there are some Revenue Shortages:

From the Board of Prisoners State Reimbursement: Livingston County is owed approximately $107,000 from the State of Missouri for unpaid 2018 board bills.

 

A few stats from the year:

Dispatched Calls for Service: 4,387
Phone calls: 21,653
Registered Offenders: 43
Exotic Animals: 3
Civil Process Served: 1,551
Concealed Carry Permits – New: 29    Renewals:  32

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