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Marcus Laytham selected as Chief Deputy

18 Mar

Sheriff Sholar names Marcus Laytham Chief Deputy
of the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office

After a careful consideration of all applicants, Sheriff Walt Sholar has selected Marcus Laytham to serve as Chief Deputy of the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office.

Chief Laytham, a Bullitt County resident for over 40 years, grew up in the Mt. Washington area and graduated from Bullitt East High School in 1989. He resides in Mt. Washington with his wife and daughter. Chief Laytham and his family are members of Davidson Memorial Methodist Church in Shepherdsville.

The Chief began his law enforcement career in 1995 with the Louisville Police Department where he served as a patrol officer in the 2nd, 4th, and 6th districts and also served as a detective in the LPD Street Crimes Unit, the Gang Squad, 1st Division Flex Unit, and the Criminal Intelligence Unit. When the Louisville Police merged with Jefferson County Police, he was promoted to Sergeant in 2005 where he served in the 2nd Division, Homicide Unit, Homicide Cold Case Unit, Missing Person’s and the Public Integrity Unit. During his time with LMPD, Chief Laytham served on the FBI Public Corruption Task Force.

After serving in Louisville for 23 years, Chief Laytham came to work at the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office in January 2019 serving as a Lt. Colonel and Chief of Staff.

Sheriff Sholar has said, “After working with Marcus Laytham for the last few months, I determined he has all the qualities and experience I am looking for in a Chief Deputy. I am convinced he brings the skill, experience, training in law enforcement and administration that we need for a Nationally Rated Sheriff’s Office. I look forward to working with Chief Laytham as we lead the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office in the years to come.”


Reserve Deputy

07 Feb

Reserves are the “Back up” for our full-time paid deputies. They work many details throughout the year, including charitable events throughout our community. They serve Warrants, Emergency Protection Orders, Civil Process, work Court Security, direct traffic and much more.

The opportunity to serve your community as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff is something to be very proud of and offered only to those who have met the challenge to obtain the standard of the “Skill of a Warrior, Heart of a Servant.” They must want to serve the citizens of Bullitt County with integrity and compassion.

Our Reserve Deputies serve in many different areas, including a law enforcement function at community events, the Bullitt County Fair, charitable events and some high school athletic events. They serve Warrants, Emergency Protection Orders, Civil Process, work Court Security, direct traffic and much more.

Can a Reserve Deputy work in security?

  • Reserve Deputies cannot work any paid or volunteer security other than the security details
    assigned by the Sheriff’s Office.

If you’re ready to apply for a new, exciting adventure as a Reserve Deputy Sheriff,
Click here to print an application packet or stop by our office and pick one up in person.
Monday through Friday
8:00am – 4:00pm


Open Records Request

22 Aug

With the merging of the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office with the E911 Office, both of our Open Records Request processes have changed. The form listed below is the one form for any documents, audio or video from the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office and Bullitt County Sheriff’s E911. The document must be mailed or delivered in person to our office.

Open Records Request – Click Here


Visit our Social Media pages

14 Jun

In order to provide more timely information to the public, we have set up several social media accounts. Please visit and like or subscribe to keep up to date on what is happening at the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office.

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Criminal Records Checks

19 Feb

The Administrative Office of the Courts offers criminal record reports to individuals, businesses, licensing agencies, government entities and others for a nominal fee of $20.

The information comes from CourtNet, the AOC’s statewide database that collects court information from the local case management system in all 120 Kentucky counties. The CourtNet database contains more than 4 million records that cover all misdemeanor and traffic cases for at least the last five years and felonies dating back to 1978.

Criminal record reports are based on your historic court activity and do not contain driving or arrest records.

For information on record expungement, visit the Expungement Certification page.
Online Requests: AOCFastCheck

AOCFastCheck is an online portal for obtaining criminal record reports. You have two online options:

AOCFastCheck lets you order criminal record reports and retrieve the results online when your request has been processed.

One-Time Request lets you place a single order and receive the report by U.S. mail.

Criminal record reports are processed in the order in which they are received and response times will vary depending on the volume of requests.
In-Person Requests

You may request a criminal record report in person by drive-thru window at the Administrative Office of the Courts, 1001 Vandalay Drive, Frankfort.

Drive-Thru Hours:
Monday – Friday (except state holidays)
8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

In-Person Processing Time:
Requests of 10 or more will take at least one hour to process.

Accepted forms of Payment:
American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa credit cards and most debit cards.

Cash, check or money order made payable to Kentucky State Treasurer.

Payment in cash must be exact amount (no change given).