St. Paul Sheriffs

See St. Paul 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.


Decatur County Sheriff's Department 315 South Ireland Street Greensburg IN 47240 9.9 miles from St. Paul 812-663-8125


Shelby County Sheriff's Office 107 West Taylor Street Shelbyville IN 46176 10.2 miles from St. Paul 317-398-6661

Rush County Sheriff's Office 131 East 1st Street Rushville IN 46173 15.9 miles from St. Paul 765-932-2931

Bartholomew County Sheriff's Office 543 2nd Street Columbus IN 47201 22.1 miles from St. Paul 812-379-1650

Johnson County Sheriff's Office 1091 Hospital Road Franklin IN 46131 24.1 miles from St. Paul 317-736-9155

Hancock County Sheriff's Office 123 East Main Street Greenfield IN 46140 25.7 miles from St. Paul 317-477-1144

Fayette County Sheriff's Office 123 West 4th Street Connersville IN 47331 29.9 miles from St. Paul 765-825-1110

Jennings County Sheriff's Office 925 South State Street North Vernon IN 47265 30.0 miles from St. Paul 812-346-5111

Ripley County Sheriff's Office 210 North Monroe Street Versailles IN 47042 31.9 miles from St. Paul 812-689-5555

Franklin County Sheriff's Office 371 Main Street Brookville IN 47012 32.9 miles from St. Paul 765-647-4138

Brown County Sheriff's Office 39 North Van Buren Street Nashville IN 47448 36.4 miles from St. Paul 812-988-6655

Marion County Sheriff's Office 40 South Alabama Street Indianapolis IN 46204 36.4 miles from St. Paul 317-327-1700

Henry County Sheriff's Office 127 North 12th Street New Castle IN 47362 37.4 miles from St. Paul 765-529-5201

Union County Sheriff's Office 106 East Union Street Liberty IN 47353 40.0 miles from St. Paul 765-458-5194

Morgan County Sheriff's Office 160 North Park Avenue Martinsville IN 46151 43.3 miles from St. Paul 765-342-5544

Jackson County Sheriff's Office 150 Indiana 250 Brownstown IN 47220 44.0 miles from St. Paul 812-358-2141

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.