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Havre Sector Border Patrol welcomes former Hill County Sheriff

Release Date: 
April 4, 2017

HAVRE, Mont. – Havre Sector Border Patrol welcomes retired Hill County Sheriff Donald Brostrom as a Law Enforcement Communications Assistant. He has enjoyed a career in law enforcement for over 28 years and will continue his service with the Havre Sector Communications Center.

Former Hill County, Montana Sheriff is sworn in as a LECA.
Former Hill County, Montana, Sheriff
Donald Brostrom was sworn in as a
Law Enforcement Communication
Assistant by Havre Sector Deputy Chief
Patrol Agent Sean McGoffin.

Law Enforcement Communications Assistants receive and transmit information in real time via radio, telephone, and computer. Mr. Brostrom has an extensive background working with other law enforcement agencies during his nine year tenure as Hill County Sheriff. His insight, leadership and technical knowledge makes him a valuable asset to the Havre Sector Communications Center.

Law Enforcement Communications Assistants also provide a critical link to members of the community by receiving reports of suspicious activity and relaying that information to agents and officers securing the border. If you have suspicious activity to report, you may call 1-888-700-6781, 24 hours a day, seven days a week and a Law Enforcement Communications Assistant will answer.

Last modified: 
February 3, 2021