Custer County Sheriff, Tony Harbaugh, being presented with the MBCC Lifetime Achievement Award by Lewis & Clark County Sheriff, Leo Dutton.

The Montana Board of Crime Control (MBCC) announced that Tony Harbaugh, Custer County Sheriff–who has been in the county’s Sheriff’s Office for over 40 years–is the recipient of the MBCC Lifetime Achievement Award.

The annual award was presented by Lewis & Clark County Sheriff, Leo Dutton, during the Annual Montana Crime Prevention Conference in Billings, Montana. The conference focuses on crime prevention, public safety, juvenile justice, and victims assistance programs.

The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to a deserving individual (or group of individuals) who has achieved professional excellence and made lasting contributions to improve Montana’s justice system throughout their career. This award encompasses professionals across the entire justice system and includes law enforcement, crime prevention, public safety, victim services, juvenile justice, forensic science, prosecution, public defenders, courts, corrections and volunteers. The award honors an individual’s proven leadership, vision, and innovation in their field.

Congratulations Sheriff Harbaugh!