MEET THE SHERIFF
Sheriff Anthony Malott has been a peace officer with the State of Texas since 1997 and started his career with the Johnson County Sheriff's Office as a Patrol Deputy, and then went to the Bosque County Sheriff's Office in 1998. Sheriff Malott returned to the Johnson County Sheriff's Office in 2005 as an investigator until being elected Sheriff with Bosque County in 2008. Sheriff Malott has been Sheriff with Bosque County since originally taking office in January 2009.
Sheriff Malott is a veteran peace officer and is highly trained in Special Response Team situations and holds an Advanced SWAT Certification. He also holds an Advanced Peace Officer certificate and has been awarded the Trilogy Award by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and received Accomodation by the Texas Senate. In 2012 he attended the 9th Annual Texas Command College, sponsored by the Texas National FBI Academy. Prior to becoming a peace officer in 1998, Sheriff Malott was with the Texas Parks and Wildlife as a Park Ranger in East Texas. Sheriff Malott also worked for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) as a Correctional Officer.
Sheriff Malott resides in Bosque County and is happily married with two children.