Cherokee Sheriff Records Search

See Cherokee KS Sheriffs and search free public sheriff records. Sheriffs are law enforcement officers which enforce laws and keep public order. Sheriffs are usually elected by their regional counties.

Cherokee County Sheriff's Office 915 East Country Road Columbus KS 66725 12.6 miles from Cherokee 620-429-3992

Labette County Sheriff's Office 718 5th Street Oswego KS 67356 20.0 miles from Cherokee 620-795-2565

Neosho County Sheriff's Office 402 East State Street Erie KS 66733 27.8 miles from Cherokee 620-244-3888

Jasper County Sheriff's Office 405 East 5th Street Carthage MO 64836 30.6 miles from Cherokee 417-358-8177

Benton County Sheriff's Office 1010 Cherry Street Lamar MO 64759 31.5 miles from Cherokee 417-682-5541

Ottawa County Sheriff's Office 28 B Street Southeast Miami OK 74354 32.7 miles from Cherokee 918-542-2806

Bourbon County Sheriff's Office 204 South National Avenue Fort Scott KS 66701 34.7 miles from Cherokee 620-223-1440

Newton County Sheriff's Office 208 West Coler Street Neosho MO 64850 41.1 miles from Cherokee 417-451-4242

Vernon County Sheriff's Office 230 West Cherry Street Nevada MO 64772 42.5 miles from Cherokee 417-667-6042

Montgomery County Sheriff 300 East Main Street Independence KS 67301 49.2 miles from Cherokee 620-251-3500

Allen County Sheriff's Office 1 North Washington Street Iola KS 66749 51.1 miles from Cherokee 620-365-1400

Craig County Sheriff's Office 210 West Delaware Avenue Vinita OK 74301 52.4 miles from Cherokee 918-256-6466

Dade County Sheriff's Office 201 East Water Street Greenfield MO 65661 54.1 miles from Cherokee 417-637-2312

Linn County Sheriff's Office 107 South 4th Street Mound KS 66056 55.1 miles from Cherokee 913-795-2666

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About Sheriffs

A sheriff is an elected law enforcement official for a county. Sheriffs usually have policing jurisdiction over unincorporated areas of the county, though in some states, sheriffs have jurisdiction throughout the state.

In many locations, the sheriff also runs the county jail.

The sheriff keeps records on criminal arrests, incidents reported to the sheriff, traffic collision reports, and other records. Many of these records are available to the public.