Peru Sheriff

See Peru 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.


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


Wabash County Sheriff's Office 79 West Main Street Wabash IN 46992 13.3 miles from Peru 260-563-8891

Cass County Sheriff's Office 200 Court Park Logansport IN 46947 15.5 miles from Peru 574-753-7800

Howard County Sheriff's Office 1800 West Markland Avenue Kokomo IN 46901 20.0 miles from Peru 765-457-1105

Fulton County Sheriff's Department 200 East 8th Street Rochester IN 46975 22.5 miles from Peru 574-223-2819

Grant County Sheriff's Office 214 East 4th Street Marion IN 46952 25.7 miles from Peru 765-662-9836

Huntington County Sheriff's Office 332 East State Street Huntington IN 46750 31.5 miles from Peru 260-356-2520

Tipton County Sheriff's Office 121 West Madison Street Tipton IN 46072 33.1 miles from Peru 765-675-2111

Carroll County Sheriff's Office 310 West Main Street Delphi IN 46923 34.0 miles from Peru 765-564-2413

Pulaski County Sheriff's Office 110 East Meridian Street Winamac IN 46996 34.3 miles from Peru 574-946-6655

Kosciusko County Sheriff's Office 221 West Main Street Warsaw IN 46580 34.9 miles from Peru 574-267-5667

White County Sheriff's Office 915 Hanawalt Street Monticello IN 47960 36.8 miles from Peru 574-583-2251

Clinton County Sheriff's Office 301 East Walnut Street Frankfort IN 46041 40.3 miles from Peru 765-654-5563

Whitley County Sheriff 101 West Market Street Columbia IN 46725 40.9 miles from Peru 260-244-6410

Marshall County Sheriff's Office 1400 Pioneer Dr Plymouth IN 46563 42.8 miles from Peru 574-936-3187

Wells County Sheriff's Office 1615 Western Avenue Bluffton IN 46714 45.9 miles from Peru 260-824-3426

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.