In this week’s Salute the Badge, we recognize the 55 new law enforcement officers that graduated Friday in Helena who will service various agencies across the state.
Salute the Badge
Missoula County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Gordon Schmill has a lifetime of law enforcement experience, and everything he did, he did well, because he loved his job.
Sometimes the course of your life can change in the blink of an eye, or even a glance in the rear view mirror.
When Missoula County rolls its “All-Hazards Incident Management Team”, it’s frequently to help other communities deal with wildfires.
The Montana Highway Patrol recently teamed up with Krispy Kreme in Missoula in support of the Montana Hope Project.
Reserve Deputy Dr. Mike Kremkau is not only the medic for the Special Response Team, he’s also an ER doctor in Missoula.
A striking new stamp illustrates the relationship between emergency responders and the U.S. Postal Service.
This edition of Salute the Badge features a Missoula County dispatcher who is always just three digits away.
Missoula police officer Chea Hollis hangs out with Chief Charlo second grade student Braidon Bulter in her spare time.
There’s nothing like a stack of pancakes for comfort food on a chilly Montana morning.
The Missoula Police Department is welcoming some new recruits to its ranks as six new cadets continue to train to be full-fledged officers.
Trooper Timothy Templeton joined the Montana Highway Patrol in 2014 after deciding he needed a change of pace from his desk job.
"This is a total change from what I was doing the first 14 years of patrol work. It’s more community policing," said Randy Krastel. "I get a lot of ‘thank you’s’, a lot more than I expected."
We caught up with David Howe, a man who is dedicated to service and the dog that’s right by his side.
Captain Anthony Rio’s served for more than 20 years but he almost quit for good after a series of high stress and tragic cases.