Sheriff Kevin Cecil SHERIFF KEVIN CECIL
Marshall County Sheriff’s Department

Marshall County Courthouse
600 Sixth Street
P.O. Box 648
Moundsville, WV 26041

Ph: (304) 843-1500
Fx: (304) 843-1551

The Marshall County Sheriff’s office employs 24 law enforcement officials including the Sheriff, Chief Deputy, Captain, Sergeants, Corporals, Deputy First Class and Deputies.

Primary responsibilities include: Investigation of criminal activity, patrolling county roadways, covert investigation of drug activity, court security, bailiff courts, extradition of prisoners, delivery of civil process, highway/roadway investigations.


Applications can be downloaded here, picked up at the Sheriffs Office 24 hours a day 7 days a week, or picked up at the County Clerks Office between 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. If you would like an application mailed to you please email Chief Deputy Helms.

Divisions within the agency

Road Patrol, Special Response Teams, Criminal Investigations Unit, Drug Enforcement Unit (Task Force officers), K-9 units, ATV patrols, Boat patrols, Honor Guard.

Special Response Teams Duties: To assist in the entry and security of high-risk search warrants and other extraordinary situations not routine to patrol.

Criminal Investigations Duties: The investigations of all felony crimes.

Drug Unit Duties: All investigations of drug activity

K-9 units (3) Duties: Routine patrol, searches for drugs, tracking individuals, protection of officers and arrest of suspects.

ATV patrol Duties: The patrol of areas within the county where road vehicles cannot travel.

Boat patrol Duties: The patrol of accessible waterways, to provide assistance to the SRT and security of industry plants within the county.

Honor Guard Duties: All funeral details, parade details and special events.

Tax Office: Chief tax deputy, 5 tax deputies. The tax office is the Treasury of Marshall County and the Sheriff is the Treasurer.

Civil Process: The civil process server’s duties include the delivery of all court notices, subpoenas and summons.

Court Security: Officers trained by State Supreme Court for security of courthouse and judges. The Sheriff administers its guardian and conservator or persons who are unable to care for their finances themselves. The sheriff is the tax collector of the city.

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