Apache Co. Sheriffs Dept. - new condtion - The Fort Apache Indian Reservation occupies part of the county, as does the Navajo Nation, whose territory extends well beyond it. The Apache and Navajo Nation are federally recognized tribes that long occupied territory here. The sheriff's office was established in 1879.
Apache Co. Sheriff's Dept. - new condition - Apache County has the most land designated as an Indian reservation of any county in the United States. The Navajo Nation, the largest Native American tribe, accounts for two-thirds of the population and half of the land area.
Apache Co. Sheriff - new condition
Apache Co. Sheriffs Posse - new condition - The first Apache County Sheriff's Posse was organzied about 35 years ago. The purpose of the posse was to help search for missing persons in Apache County. The posse is made up of citizen volunteers who are specially trained in SAR operations.
Apache Co. Sheriffs Posse - Millenium 2000 - new condition
Apache Co. Sheriff - worn during the 1990s - current
Apache Co. Sheriff - Detention - new condition - The county jail is a 150 bed jail in the city of St. Johns.