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All first responders have been issued face masks and extra gloves. We are practicing social distancing, meeting virtually when appropriate, regularly monitoring health status, and issuing extra cleaning supplies for vehicles and equipment and. A deputy may take an initial report from you over the phone if the crime you are reporting is not in progress.
New policies have been implemented to help protect the Jail Office staff, inmates, and all first responders who may enter the jail. Along with these new protocols we have medical housing, quarantine areas, and 24-hour professional medical staff to maintain a safe corrections environment.
Please do not come to our facility for inmate visitations or commissary deposits during the Stay-at-Home Order. All jail visits and commissary transactions must be completed remotely utilizing our state-of-the-art GTL system. Please set up an account at the following website: https://www.gettingout.com/
All services to the public will continue. Please be patient as some of our staff will be working from home and limited administrative staff may be onsite. Please do not come to our facility if your business can be handled over the phone, by email, or can otherwise be delayed. Almost all administrative services – including background checks and public record requests - can be handled through these methods. You can make these requests by faxing (317) 776-9835 or e-mailing email@example.com. Please call our administrative line at (317) 773-1872 if you have any questions.
Tax warrant payments can be mailed (money order or cashier’s check) to the Sheriff’s Office or paid online using the following website: https://indianataxwarrants.com/
Crucial sex offender registration and verification will still occur on site, as will local background checks for gun permit applications. Those seeking gun permits must start at the Indiana State Police website at www.in.gov/isp/2829.htm.
If you are required to come to our campus and are symptomatic, sick or have been in the last 72 hours, please call (317) 773-1872 during business hours or (317) 776-9800 after hours before you come.
Essential travel is any travel that allows a citizen to go from their residence to a place that is considered essential under the Governor’s Executive Order. You can find that complete list here. https://coronavirus.in.gov/2496.htm
There are no roadblocks or stops along the county borders. We trust that if you’re on the road, you are out for essential business only.