Participation in the 24/7 Sobriety Program may be ordered through the court as a condition of bond, pre-trial release, or as a condition of sentence or probation for any violation where drugs or alcohol may be involved, cases involving domestic abuse, or abuse/neglect of a child.
An individual may also get approval through the ND Department of Transportation to volunteer and participate in the 24/7 Sobriety Program in order to obtain a temporary restricted driver’s license (TRDL).
Times for Breath Tests are generally 7am and 7pm or 8am and 8pm. A person is required to be on time with a 15 minute before and 15 minute after the scheduled time. So if you are scheduled to blow at 7am, you have from 6:45am to 7:15am time frame. Cost for blowing is $1.00 per blow which is $2.00 per day. Failure to report on time or blowing hot is an immediate arrest. If you are gonna be out of town, it is your responsibility to find an agency that will test you and to contact us of such arrangements.
A Bracelet is another option a person can choose at a cost of $5.00 per day. This requires that the person have a phone line for the base station at their residence in order for the bracelet to send the required data it collects. During the night is generally the best time for the bracelet to send it's data.
Found dog was located by Rachelle Fetsch's residence. If know the owner, contact the sheriff office.
Merry Christmas from Cavalier County Sheriffs Department
All of us at the Cavalier County Sheriff's Office are thinking of the families of 3 people that lost their lives last night in the plane crash of the Metro Area Ambulance Service Bismarck Air Medical, LLC . All of your families, friends, and coworkers are in our thoughts and prayers.Thank you for your service.
The Cavalier County Sheriff’s Department would like to thank the Cavalier County
4-H Club for stopping by! They gave goodie bags to each Deputy and Dispatcher showing there appreciation for our services to the County.
The Cavalier County Sheriff’s Department would like to thank all of our veterans past and present
If you see strange vehicles in your area whether you live in town or out in the county, don't be afraid to call us and have us come out and check them out. Remember we can't be everywhere and we need your eyes to help us do our job! Thank You!
Missing dog, contact 256-4509 - Liz Haraseth if found