Geary County Sheriff
Sheriff Tony Wolf
Sheriff Tony Wolf was born and raised in southern Geary County. He began his career in 1995 with the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office as a Corrections Officer. In 1996, he moved back to Geary County and started with the Geary County Sheriff’s Office as a Corrections Officer. In 1998, he transferred to the Patrol Division. Over the next twelve years, he rose through the ranks to Patrol Lieutenant. In 2011, he was appointed Undersheriff of Geary County by Sheriff Jensen. In 2012, he was elected Sheriff by the citizens of Geary County.
Sheriff Wolf was the first Sheriff’s Office member to be selected to serve on the Joint Tactical Response Team with the Junction City Police Department. He has been involved in many “high profile” cases during his career. In 1999, he was awarded the US Army Corp of Engineers Heartland Award for the swimming rescue of a drowning boy at Milford Lake. In 2000, he also received a Letter of Commendation for stopping a driverless (the driver bailed out during a chase in town) vehicle from driving into a house in the middle of the night. In 2009, Sheriff Wolf was appointed as the Law Enforcement Coordinator for the Junction City / Geary County Crimestoppers.
Sheriff Wolf and his wife, Jodi, reside in Geary County. They have two sons.
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