Fairfield Sheriffs

See Fairfield IL 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.

Wayne County Sheriff's Office 305 East Court Street Fairfield IL 62837 618-842-6631

Edwards County Sheriff's Office 50 West Main Street Albion IL 62806 16.9 miles from Fairfield 618-445-2721

Hamilton County Sheriff's Office 100 South Jackson Street McLeansboro IL 62859 21.7 miles from Fairfield 618-643-2511

White County Sheriff's Office 108 North Main Cross Street Carmi IL 62821 23.0 miles from Fairfield 618-382-5321

Clay County Sheriff's Office 300 Broadway Street Louisville IL 62858 28.1 miles from Fairfield 618-665-3316

Richland County Sheriff's Office 211 West Market Street Olney IL 62450 28.7 miles from Fairfield 618-395-7481

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office 911 Casey Avenue Mount Vernon IL 62864 29.1 miles from Fairfield 618-244-8004

Wabash County Sheriff's Office 120 East 4th Street Mount Carmel IL 62863 33.1 miles from Fairfield 618-262-4186

Marion County Sheriff's Office 204 North Washington Street Salem IL 62881 35.5 miles from Fairfield 618-548-2141

Posey County Jail 1201 Brittle Bank Road Mount Vernon IN 47620 39.5 miles from Fairfield 812-838-1321

Franklin County Sheriff's Office 403 East Main Street Benton IL 62812 39.7 miles from Fairfield 618-438-8211

Gibson County Sheriff's Office 112 East Emerson Street Princeton IN 47670 43.6 miles from Fairfield 812-385-3496

Jasper County Sheriff's Office 106 East Morgan Street Newton IL 62448 43.8 miles from Fairfield 618-783-8477

Lawrence County Sheriff's Office 1306 Lexington Street Lawrenceville IL 62439 44.2 miles from Fairfield 618-943-8094

Saline County Sheriff's Office 1 North Main Street Harrisburg IL 62946 45.2 miles from Fairfield 618-252-8661

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.