The Osceola County Sheriff's Office is located in the Public Safety Building in Sibley, Iowa. The Sheriff's Office staff consists of Sheriff Kevin Wollmuth, Chief Deputy Seth Hofman and seven full time deputies. They are responsible for enforcing state laws as well as local ordinances.
The Sheriff's Office also employs six dispatchers and one jailer. Dispatch is also located in the Public Safety Building. They are responsible for the handling of emergency and non-emergency calls. They dispatch for law enforcement, fire departments, and ambulance calls.
The jail is attached to the building. It can hold up to 13 inmates male and female.