Andrew County is located in the northwestern portion of Missouri and consists of a 435-square-mile area. The county has a population of approximately 18,000 residents. The county seat is Savannah, where the courthouse, sheriff's office, and other county government offices are located.
Andrew County was officially founded on January 29, 1841, and named after President Andrew Jackson. The county is agriculturally-centered with several small towns located throughout. Several thousand acres of land are owned by the Missouri Department of Conservation and serve many hunters in search of white tail deer.
The Andrew County Sheriff's Office is dedicated to protecting and serving its citizens and communities. While providing the highest degree of law enforcement, we strive to serve Andrew County by earning the public's trust through integrity, respect, character, and commitment to our job.