Trent Sheriff Records Search

See Trent SD 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.

Moody County Sheriff's Office 108 East Pipestone Avenue Flandreau SD 57028 10.3 miles from Trent 605-997-2423

Pipestone County Sheriff's Office 416 South Hiawatha Avenue Pipestone MN 56164 18.0 miles from Trent 507-825-6700

Lake County Sheriff's Office 219 1st Street Northeast Madison SD 57042 23.6 miles from Trent 605-256-7615

Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office 500 North Minnesota Avenue Sioux Falls SD 57104 24.7 miles from Trent 605-367-4300

Rock County Sheriff's Office 1000 North Blue Mound Avenue Luverne MN 56156 28.3 miles from Trent 507-283-5000

Brookings County Sheriff's Office 315 7th Avenue Brookings SD 57006 28.6 miles from Trent 605-696-8300

Mccook County Sheriff's Office PO Box 58 Salem SD 57058 38.6 miles from Trent 605-425-2761

Lyon County Sheriff's Office 410 South Boone Street Rock Rapids IA 51246 41.1 miles from Trent 712-472-2521

Lincoln County Sheriff's Office 123 North Main Street Canton SD 57013 41.9 miles from Trent 605-764-5651

Turner County Sheriff's Office 400 South Main Street Parker SD 57053 42.8 miles from Trent 605-297-3225

Lincoln County Sheriff's Office 322 North Wallace Street Ivanhoe MN 56142 43.3 miles from Trent 507-694-1664

Miner County Sheriff's Office 400 North Main Street Howard SD 57349 43.9 miles from Trent 605-772-4501

Murray County Sheriff's Office 2558 29th Street Slayton MN 56172 45.3 miles from Trent 507-836-6148

Kingsbury County Sheriff's Office 101 2nd Street Southeast De Smet SD 57231 55.2 miles from Trent 605-854-3339

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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.