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Specialty License Plates

When renewing your automobile’s license, request the Indiana Sheriffs’ Association Specialty Plate!  Click “Learn More” below to find out how!

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Membership and Benefits

The association continually sponsors and provides both training and educational programs for sheriffs and deputies throughout the state.

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Sex & Violent Offender Registry

Refer to the Sheriff Contact Map to speak to Sex Offender Registry Coordinator within a specific county.

The registry will allow you to choose a county in Indiana and enter any local address in that county. It will then provide a list of all registered county sex offenders living within a one-mile radius within the boundaries of the county selected. If you are looking for information about a particular sex offender registered in that county, the registry can help there as well.

This information is meant to educate you about offenders in a county. It has not been made available for you to take action against any individual. Any action against an offender which is determined to be a violation of law will subject the violator to arrest and prosecution. Please report all information on offenders directly to the office within that county.

NEWS & EVENTS

Find out the latest news with the Indiana Sheriffs' Association and Sheriff Offices in counties across the state of Indiana.

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Scholarship Campaign

The association endeavors to improve the education and professionalism of law enforcement service by awarding several college scholarships annually to qualified students who desire to attain a degree in the field of criminal justice.

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Member Spotlight

Meet Jill

“Being an Indiana Sheriffs Association member helps me feel connected to my local department.  I believe the youth leadership camp does so much to build character and inspire leadership skills.”

A Message from our President

2019 Indiana Sheriffs' Association President Sheriff Dave Wedding of Vanderburgh County

As your 2019 ISA president, I welcome all newly elected sheriffs and congratulate all returning sheriffs. I look forward to serving both with you and for you as we work to achieve our shared objectives together.

To the members of the ISA, we as your sheriffs continue to work collectively to serve and protect you, our citizens, preserve and defend the constitutional Office of Sheriff and advance our legislative agenda. It takes ALL of us, as ONE VOICE, to be heard at the statehouse

Currently, many of our sheriffs are dealing with overcrowded jails. A majority of our jails are also being used inappropriately as substitute mental health facilities, with inadequate staffing and inadequate funding. We are being asked by legislators and special interest groups to “reform” these inmates, without being given the proper resources or personnel to support such programs.

One of our fundamental responsibilities as the sheriff is to protect our communities by pursuing, apprehending and jailing criminals. In many cases, the entrance to our jail seems to be a revolving door; we see way too many of the same faces, far too frequently. If we are serious about preventing crime, we know that we must have the space available to lock up the serial repeat offenders and hold them for a meaningful period of time.

Our successes will come through collaboration internally, with our community leaders, our elected office holders, fellow city, state and federal law enforcement colleagues, our representatives and senators at the statehouse, and of course with you, the members of ISA.

To be successful in our mission, we cannot do this job alone.

I am excited and eager to serve as your ISA president in 2019. Together, as ONE VOICE, we can accomplish much.

Sheriff David L. Wedding

President Indiana Sheriffs’ Association

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The ISA is currently selling tickets for its 2019 Harley Davidson Giveaway.

Drawing will be held August 18, 2019
at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Exposition Hall. You do not have to be present to win. Must be at least 18 years of age.

Proceeds go to the Indiana Sheriffs’ Association to benefit families of officers killed in the line of duty, Sheriffs Youth Leadership Camps & Scholarship Program.

Contact us to Purchase your tickets for your chance to win this 2018 HARLEY-DAVIDSON SOFTAIL HERITAGE!!!!

Tickets:

1 for $2
3 for $5
7 for $10
15 for $20

Contact us on Facebook or visit our website to find out how to get your tickets!
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Indiana Sheriffs' Association is at Victory Field.
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Celebrating First Responder's Night with the Indianapolis Indians ! Thank you Johnson County Sheriff's Office for providing a vehicle for the evening! Let's play ball!
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Good Luck to those first responders participating for such a wonderful cause!!!
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Press Release

On 04/09/2019 Gibson County Sheriff’s Office was the recipient of five more Automatic External Defibrillators, AEDs, from Deaconess HeartSaver; the first three were donated in January of this year. Gibson County Sheriff’s Office now has eight AEDs in patrol vehicles, all donated by HeartSaver, plus two additional AEDs in the Sheriff’s Office and jail. HeartSaver calls the AED “little miracles in a box”, as they can save lives when used in a sudden cardiac event. Deputies can often be at a scene well in advance of EMS and fire departments. These AEDs will allow the deputies to provide emergency life-saving medical care in certain circumstances and potentially help someone survive a sudden cardiac event.
Gibson County Sheriff’s Office deputies and Gibson County Commissioner Stephen Bottoms were present at Deaconess Gateway Hospital campus at the new Ortho Neuro tower on 04/09/2019 to receive the AEDs. Deaconess HeartSaver is a committee of volunteers at Deaconess Hospital. They raise money through grants and individual, private donations to provide life-saving AEDs to communities. Including the 24 AEDs donated today to eight different emergency service providers throughout the tri-state, HeartSaver has donated 334 AEDs to date.

In photo, from left to right: Captain Deborah Borchelt, Deputy Jennifer Robb, Gibson County Commissioner Stephen Bottoms.

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