It is the priority of Sheriff Mosciski to provide a safe County for people to live and work. Sheriff Mosciski is charged with maintaining a safe jail and providing professional law enforcement services to the residents of Arenac County.
The Arenac County Jail is located in Standish, and has a rated capacity of 46 beds. The Correctional Officers strive daily to maintain a clean and safe jail for those inmates housed within its walls. The Arenac County Jail routinely receives 100 percent compliance ratings from the Michigan Department of Corrections, whom inspects the jail yearly. Sheriff Mosciski continually strives to meet MDOC standards while keeping operational costs to a minimum, saving tax payers dollars.
The Arenac County Road Patrol operates 24 hours a day investigating a wide variety of crimes in Arenac County. It is our mission to provide a professional department who serves the communities needs. Deputies at the Arenac County Sheriff's Office respond to a wide variety of calls and investigates a broad range of crimes. Deputies may be assigned to work in the School Resource Program, Sting Narcotics, or the Secondary Road Patrol Program as well.
Sheriff Mosciski also maintains a Dive Team which responds to rescue calls on Saginaw Bay, as well as the inland lakes and rivers located in Arenac County. The Marine Patrol Program places Deputies upon the waterways of Arenac County enforcing the marine laws of our state.
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CCAB Community Corrections Advisory Board
2019 Meeting Dates:
Meets at 3:30 pm at the Ogemaw County Courthouse Commissioner's Room A