The Boone County Sheriff’s Office Enforcement Division carries out law enforcement services countywide. Its mission is to preserve the peace by protecting all persons and property; providing process services and execution of court documents; handling detained persons; and providing secure transportation for persons in custody.
Deputies are involved at various stages of the criminal justice system. They serve various types of arrest warrants and other documents, and execute court paperwork. Deputies conduct criminal and civil investigations on cases that occur within the jurisdiction of Boone County.
The Enforcement Division is the biggest division of the Sheriff’s Office and consists of a Major, Captain, Lieutenant, 3 Sergeants, and 24 Deputies. All Enforcement Deputies are graduates of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy. Deputies coverage area consists of 428 square miles of road to patrol. Currently the Enforcement Deputies work 8-hour shifts on a rotating schedule. Prior to being released for solo patrol, deputies are put through Field Training Operations by qualified instructors before being released to begin working the road. Deputies for the Boone County Sheriff’s office encounter a variety of calls from stray animals to homicides. In addition, deputies answer calls for service and cover motor vehicle accidents, patrolling the schools, providing funeral escorts and assisting in various other community services. Although these calls range in severity, all are treated with the same dedication and professionalism the citizens of Boone County deserve.
The functions and duties of Deputy Sheriffs vary in scope and nature, but we remain proud that all Sheriff Division staff work in conjunction with other federal, state, and county law enforcement agencies to provide for the health, safety and welfare of all citizens of Boone County.
FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions
Q1: How do I obtain a Crash report?
Crash reports are available on-line at www.buycrash.com or by visiting the Boone County Sheriff's office Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. If you call ahead, 765-483-6408, we will be able to locate the report you need and have it ready for you upon your arrival.
Q2: How do I get a Protective Order?
To file a protective order, you must obtain the petition paperwork from the Boone County Clerk’s Office. The Boone County Clerk’s Office will file the paperwork with the courts.
Q3: How do I request Extra Patrols?
If you are leaving your home on vacation or an extended period of time and would like extra patrol while you are gone. Contact the Boone County Communications Division (765) 482-1412 to be placed on the extra patrol list. Please provide the dates that you will be gone and any emergency contact information.
Q4: How do I contact a specific merit deputy?
Through our website using the deputy’s email or by contacting the Boone County Communications Division (765) 482-1412 to have access to the department voicemail system.
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1905 Indianapolis Ave
Lebanon, IN 46052
Office Phone: 765-483-3361
Mobile Phone: 317-627-7538
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