New California Sheriff

See New California OH 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.


Union County Sheriff's Office 221 West 5th Street Marysville OH 43040 9.4 miles from New California 937-645-4100


Delaware County Sheriff's Office 844 U.s. 42 Delaware OH 43015 15.2 miles from New California 740-833-2810

Franklin County Sheriff's Office 369 South High Street Columbus OH 43215 18.3 miles from New California 614-525-3360

Madison County Sheriff's Office 23 West High Street London OH 43140 21.2 miles from New California 740-852-1332

Champaign County Sheriff's Office 214 North Main Street Urbana OH 43078 27.4 miles from New California 937-652-1311

Logan County Sheriff's Office 284 County Road 32 South Bellefontaine OH 43311 32.8 miles from New California 937-592-5731

Marion County Sheriff 889 Marion-Williamsport Road East Marion OH 43302 33.0 miles from New California 740-382-8244

Clark County Sheriff's Office 120 North Fountain Avenue Springfield OH 45502 33.9 miles from New California 937-328-2560

Morrow County Sheriff's Office 101 Home Road Mount Gilead OH 43338 36.4 miles from New California 419-946-4444

Hardin County Sheriff's Office 1025 South Main Street Kenton OH 43326 38.9 miles from New California 419-673-1268

Pickaway County Sheriff's Office 600 Island Road Circleville OH 43113 40.1 miles from New California 740-477-6000

Fayette County Sheriff's Office 113 East Market Street Washington Court House OH 43160 43.5 miles from New California 740-335-6170

Licking County Sheriff's Office 155 East Main Street Newark OH 43055 44.9 miles from New California 740-670-5551

Fairfield County Sheriff's Office 221 East Main Street Lancaster OH 43130 45.1 miles from New California 740-653-5223

Knox County Sheriff 11540 Upper Gilchrist Road Mount Vernon OH 43050 45.9 miles from New California 740-397-3333

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.