New Chicago Sheriff Records Search

See New Chicago 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.


Lake County Sheriff's Office 2293 North Main Street Crown Point IN 46307 9.1 miles from New Chicago 219-755-3400


Porter County Sheriff's Office 2755 Indiana 49 Valparaiso IN 46383 15.1 miles from New Chicago 219-477-3000

Laporte County Sheriff's Office 809 State Street La Porte IN 46350 28.6 miles from New Chicago 219-879-3530

Cook County Sheriff's Office 50 West Washington Street Chicago IL 60602 29.1 miles from New Chicago 312-603-6444

Starke County Sheriff's Office 108 North Pearl Street Knox IN 46534 38.1 miles from New Chicago 574-772-3771

Will County Sheriff's Office 14 Jefferson Street Joliet IL 60432 42.0 miles from New Chicago 815-727-8798

Jasper County Sheriff's Office 202 South Cullen Street Rensselaer IN 47978 43.5 miles from New Chicago 219-866-7334

Kankakee County Sheriff's Office 3000 S Justice Way Kankakee IL 60901 44.0 miles from New Chicago 815-802-7100

Pulaski County Sheriff's Office 110 East Meridian Street Winamac IN 46996 49.4 miles from New Chicago 574-946-6655

Dupage County Sheriff's Office 501 North County Farm Road Wheaton IL 60187 49.7 miles from New Chicago 630-407-2000

Marshall County Sheriff's Office 1400 Pioneer Dr Plymouth IN 46563 51.4 miles from New Chicago 574-936-3187

St Joseph County Sheriff's Office 401 West Sample Street South Bend IN 46601 53.1 miles from New Chicago 574-245-6540

Newton County Sheriff's Office 304 East Seymour Street Kentland IN 47951 55.3 miles from New Chicago 219-474-5661

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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.