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Human Resources

Laramie County Human Resources seeks to attract, develop, and retain the highest quality workforce with the organizational capacity to identify and meet the dynamic requirements of our citizens.

We believe that Laramie County is as an employer of choice, one that provides a positive work environment and values the knowledge, talents, skills and abilities of employees as they work toward serving the citizens of Laramie County. With approximately 400 full and part time employees, this department is responsible for benefits, personnel records, personnel policy and development, classification and compensation, employee relations, recruitment and employee recognition.

Laramie County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

The Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP) short form is required for many grants awarded by US Department of Justice Office. The purpose of an EEOP is to ensure that recipients of financial assistance from the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) are providing equal employment opportunities to men and women regardless of sex, race, or national origin.

Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP)

Due to the Public Records requests we have received, we have decided to release the 2021 Employee Survey results for the Sheriff Department. Any information specifically identifying individual employees have been redacted to ensure the confidentially needed to affectively administer surveys now and in the future. Since the information was collected anonymously and is based on the opinions of employees, we are unable to confirm the accuracy of the statements made by the participating employees. The purpose of this tool is to provide leadership feedback on areas that employees feel need to be addressed. We hope everyone respects the opinions of our valued employees and uses this information responsibly.
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