Deputies and detention officers with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office will have a new look starting this April!
The men and women of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office will be transitioning from the traditional tan and blue uniform to a standardized navy blue utility uniform for enforcement functions and a standardized grey-blue uniform for detention functions.
The most significant reason for this change is that the new high-quality uniforms are cost efficient. These new uniforms are durable, functional, readily available, and an important part of an ongoing effort to promote the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office as a team and community oriented.
The new uniforms also boast a new agency patch featuring a simplified design that will modernize its look. This new patch features a traditional five-point Texas star under “SHERIFF” in capital letters.
The Sheriff’s Office set out to design an emblem that our public could easily identify while showing pride in the community and rich history – indicating the County’s founding date of 1837.
“This is an important and exciting change for the men and women of our agency and our public. It is my desire to build a Sheriff’s Office that people are proud to work for and proud to be served by. That pride starts with first impressions and we are looking forward to making a great one.” – Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson