Friday, June 23, 2017
     

Staff

Sheriff James “Jim” Kramer

Undersheriff Jeff Sharp

4 Full-Time & 1 Part-time Dispatchers
They handle all sheriff’s office telephone calls and radio calls, which includes dispatching and communicating with all EMS (Emergency Medical Services – Ambulance), Rescue Units, Fire Units and Sheriff Officers county-wide

2 Patrol Sergeants

1 Master Deputy

5 Deputies

1 Dual-purpose Police K-9
1 Process Server
1 Records Clerk
 

Sheriff James “Jim” Kramer

Jim’s GOAL is to be the “people’s” sheriff and to continue serving and protecting the citizens of Gray County.

Law Enforcement Experience:
Jim graduated Kansas Law Enforcement Academy in 1978 with Academic Achievement Award. He worked for Dodge City Police Dept and Ford County Sheriff Dept for 3 years. Then moved to Graham County to become Undersheriff. Jim moved back to Cimarron in 1988 and became Chief of Police in 1989 before becoming Gray County Sheriff in October 2006. In January 2007, the City of Cimarron Police Dept combined into the Gray Co Sheriff Dept. He currently serves as Chairman of the Juvenile Detention Center Board, and serves on the Juvenile Justice Administration Executive Board.

Emergency Services:
Jim Kramer has also worked in EMS (Emergency Medical Services) for the past 38 years. Currently he is serving as EMS Director, Paramedic and EMT Instructor for Gray County.

Family:
Jim’s father, Marvin “Squirt” Kramer, served as Sheriff for 14 years, followed by Jim’s brother Bill Kramer as Sheriff for 21 years. Jim has been married to wife Jean for 34 years. They have two children – Christy who is a registered nurse, and husband Michael May; and Cory who is a police officer for Dodge City, and wife Megan. He also has 5 grandchildren who are his pride and joy.

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