Sheriff Mike Robinson
Thank you for visiting our website. My name is Mike Robinson and I am extremely proud to serve as Washington County Sheriff. From my earliest duties as a patrol officer in 1980, to my current role as Sheriff, I have never forgotten the importance of my responsibilities -- to provide law enforcement services for all residents. Along with an experienced and dedicated staff, our Office remains vigilant and vows to work to keep the area in which we live safe and secure.
As always, we remain Committed to Excellence.
About Our Office
The Washington County Sheriff's Office serves over 20,000 residents. Our Office handles calls and provides police services for six communities within Washington, County, Nebraska.
- Over 400 square miles patrolled
- Investigation (Criminal/Drug) Units
- Special Response Team
- Mobile Command Post Vehicle
- Marine Patrol
- Honor Guard
Law Enforcement Links
- “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Campaign August 18, 2022
- A Long Journey Completed July 15, 2021
- Ribbon-cutting Celebration Scheduled for July 8, Open House is July 10 June 24, 2021
- Visitation Guidelines
Tribute: Marshal Albert Suverkrubbe
Marshal Suverkrubbe was the only Washington County law enforcement officer to lose his life in the line of duty during the county's first 152 years (1855-2007). He made the ultimate sacrifice to keep the city safe.