Huntington County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Huntington County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 332 E State St, Huntington, 46750 IN
  • Chief:
Phone: 260-356-2520
Fax: 260-358-4877

Huntington County Sheriff's Office is located at 332 E State St, Huntington, 46750 IN. The Huntington County Sheriff's Office phone number is 260-356-2520.

Huntington County Sheriff's Office News

Reminder: Please come see us

Please Share For all or our Veterans, past and present, the Huntington County Sheriff's department will be providing a free breakfast. Provided and served by our Deputies to say "thank you" for your service. Date: 11/11/18 (Sunday) Time: 7am-11am Location: VFW 220 West Park Dr. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you all there.

Huntington County Sheriff’s Department November 2, 2018 Merit Deputy position The Huntington County Sheriff’s Department is accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff through November 30, 2018 at 4:00 P.M. Applications must be picked up and submitted to the Huntington County Sheriff’s Department office staff (M-F 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.) located at 332 East State St., Huntington, IN. Benefits include: $43,969 Base Pay (To increase with years of service), Clothing Allowance, Issued Vehicle, Indiana Sheriff’s Retirement, Health/ Vision/ Dental Insurance, as well as other benefits. All eligible applicants will need to be available on December 1, 2018 at 1:00 P.M. for the physical and written examinations. The testing site will be at the Merillat Complex and Field House located on the Huntington University campus, address 500 Merillat Blvd, Huntington, IN.

Career day at HNHS. This morning members of public safety spent time with some of our future leaders about their jobs and what they do for a living. (L to R) Master Trooper Jamie Hotchkiss, Chief Deputy Chris Newton, Captain Chris McCutcheon and Fire Marshal Dave Teusch.

Awesome job by ISP

Halloween is right around the corner. Below are some Halloween safety tips on how to keep your kiddo safe during this fun and enjoyable time.

Former Sheriff Thais Wilhelm, was inducted into the Huntington County ring of honor, at the Huntington courthouse today. She was inducted for her years of service to the Sheriff’s Department and the Huntington community that she served. Her family was present for the honor along with Huntington County Sheriff Terry Stoffel and Chief Deputy Chris Newton. Very proud day for our friend and former leader...

Please take a moment and vote for our K-9 team. They love what they do and we want them here for years to come. Besides, every little penny helps with replacing equipment... 💙🖤💙🖤💙🖤💙 https://www.aftermath.com/k9-grant/

We had a great time the other night, helping the town of Warren with a fundraiser, Donkey basketball. We played several other teams and came out victorious, although we all needed some Tylenol the next day😁... During halftime we were given the opportunity to let the kids ride back and forth on the donkeys... Great event for the community and we thank them for the invitation. Officers that participated: Sgt. Ron Boxell Warren Deputy Marshal Jason Caley Chief Deputy Chris Newton ISP Trooper Jason Ward Deputy Tim Farthing Deputy Dave McVoy Sgt. Chad Hammel

Today a new deputy was sworn in by Circuit Court Judge Jamie Groves. Deputy Jamin Sands will begin his duties on October 16th on the night shift under Captain Malcom Jones. Deputy Sands was previously an EMT with Parkview Huntington Hospital and a volunteer firefighter with the Roanoke fire department. Welcome aboard....

Today we said goodbye to Sgt. Ron Boxell as he enters into retirement on October 15th. He has worked for the department for 23 fantastic years. He was our “go to” for anything on the southern part of the county. Below County Commissioner Rob Miller presents him a plaque on behalf of the county. The plaque pictured was presented to him last night in Warren by Chief Deputy Chris Newton and several other Officers...

As a reminder, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission, will conduct a nationwide Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS) test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and the Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA), today – October 3, 2018. The will take place in two parts: the WEA portion starting at 2:18 p.m. ET, followed by the EAS portion at 2:20 p.m. EDT. This is the first nationwide WEA test and the fourth for the EAS. The overall test will assess the operational readiness of the infrastructure for distribution of a national message and determine whether technological improvements are needed.

Update: Subject(s) have been identified. Thank you to everyone with your help..! Does any know the young lady with pink hair? She was involved in a hit skip at Crossroads Pantry in Markle. She was driving a Maroon Dodge pickup truck. If so could you please contact Marshal John Markley or Officer Cody Jones with the Markle Police department, 260 758 2225...