Keystone Sheriffs

See Keystone IN 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.


Blackford County Sheriff's Office 64 North 500 East Hartford IN 47348 10.1 miles from Keystone 765-348-0930


Wells County Sheriff's Office 1615 Western Avenue Bluffton IN 46714 10.1 miles from Keystone 260-824-3426

Jay County Sheriff's Office 224 West Water Street Portland IN 47371 18.5 miles from Keystone 260-726-8188

Grant County Sheriff's Office 214 East 4th Street Marion IN 46952 21.1 miles from Keystone 765-662-9836

Huntington County Sheriff's Office 332 East State Street Huntington IN 46750 23.1 miles from Keystone 260-356-2520

Adams County Sheriff's Office 313 South 1st Street Decatur IN 46733 23.9 miles from Keystone 260-724-5345

Delaware County Sheriff's Office 100 West Washington Street Muncie IN 47305 28.5 miles from Keystone 765-747-7885

Wabash County Sheriff's Office 79 West Main Street Wabash IN 46992 32.6 miles from Keystone 260-563-8891

Randolph County Sheriff's Office 155 East South Street Winchester IN 47394 32.8 miles from Keystone 765-584-1721

Allen County Sheriff's Office 715 South Calhoun Street Fort Wayne IN 46802 34.0 miles from Keystone 260-449-7535

Mercer County Sheriff's Office 125 West Livingston Street Celina OH 45822 36.2 miles from Keystone 419-586-7724

Madison County Sheriff's Office 720 Central Avenue Anderson IN 46016 40.2 miles from Keystone 765-646-9290

Van Wert County Sheriff's Office 113 North Market Street Van Wert OH 45891 40.3 miles from Keystone 419-238-3866

Whitley County Sheriff 101 West Market Street Columbia IN 46725 40.5 miles from Keystone 260-244-6410

Miami County Sheriff's Office 35 Court Street Peru IN 46970 43.8 miles from Keystone 765-473-5474

Henry County Sheriff's Office 127 North 12th Street New Castle IN 47362 46.2 miles from Keystone 765-529-5201

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.