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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.

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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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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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I have been involved with, played in, and helped organize many baseball tournaments over the years. I have seen good ones, bad ones, and some that never make it to the first pitch. Last year, our Sgt. Donnie Miller and a group of parents (soo many great people) put together the 1st Annual Fallen Officers Fastpitch Softball Tournament. They had a few teams, Kona Ice Truck, donuts, a concession stand full of all the good ol’ ballpark food including some of the best pulled pork around (I might know who smoked it😉). They were slowed by rain just a bit, but they kept working the fields and pressing on. They wanted to make it better this year. Hershey Elementary and East Tipp Middle School have baseball/softball diamonds and they are PACKED this year. What a great event right here in Tippecanoe County, Indiana

This weekend is the 2nd annual Fallen Officers Fastpitch Softball Tournament and man what a change from a year ago, I was impressed. 29 teams from all over the state of Indiana and Illinois are here competing for trophies, bragging rights, but most of all, A GREAT CAUSE. All proceeds will again go to Indiana Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) The girl’s teams range in age from 8u, 10u,12u, and 14u. This is the biggest one-year improvement in a tournament that I have ever seen. Sgt. Miller and his group have done an outstanding job, I can’t wait to see what next year brings.

Thanks again to our Explorers for helping with traffic. Our Explorers are all over the place these days, what a great group, we are glad to have you all on our team.

If you stop by I promise you will enjoy the environment. The cheers, chants, clapping, stomping, sounds like organized mumbling to me half the time because I can’t hear, but those sounds along with many others are in full effect. The food is wonderful, same guy did the pulled pork (another plug😂😂), it is just an all-around positive environment this weekend and I believe it is a reflection of the people that organized the event. Come on over, heck you might even hear some chants:
There ain’t no flys on us, there ain’t no flys on us, there may be flys on the rest of you guys, but there ain’t no flys on us. (Old chant Principal Campbell taught us at Jeff because he wasn’t happy with the ones we were saying).

You’re awful, you’re bad, you’re pitching is really sad. (Probably won’t hear that one, I just made it up)

Hey batter, hey batter, hey batter, saawwinngg batter. (An ol’ throwback, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off)

Homerun hitter up to bat, If I were you I’d scoot my booty back. (Heard it)

I do know that everyone I saw was practicing…..

Getting along, talking nice to each other, not taking things that aren’t theirs, and knowing they can call us if they need us.

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Congratulations, Addison! We wish you the best of luck!
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Congratulations, Tyler Bickel of
Hamilton County on receiving one of our 2019 ISA Scholarships!

We wish you the best!

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Lt. Joe Bickel, Carmel Police Department (Tyler’s Dad)
Sheriff Dennis Quakenbush, Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office
Winner: Tyler Bickel
Chief Deputy John Lowes, Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office
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Congratulations on receiving one of our 2019 ISA Scholarships!!!!!

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