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Perry County Sheriff's Office is located at 2211 Herrman St, Tell City, 47586 IN. The Perry County Sheriff's Office phone number is 812-547-2441.
We are thankful for your service.
Did you know you can check your neighborhood sex offender registry? Go to Perry.indianasheriffs.net and click on Sex Offender Watch. This is a good idea to check before going trick or treating.
Today’s the day. Great day to get rid of your unwanted medications.
Just a reminder this Saturday is Medicine Cabinet Clean Out Day. Perfect way to get rid of unwanted medications. Just a reminder we cannot take needles, creams, and liquids.
A great day of firearms training for the Perry County Sheriff’s Office. We love the new range and can’t thank everyone enough for making it happen.
Save the date. We are offering another opportunity to get rid of your unwanted medications. Please note we cannot take creams, liquids, or needles. If you have any questions please let us know.
The Deputy’s will be periodically posting these on businesses that they check while on patrol at night. Just because you didn’t find one on your door doesn’t mean it wasn’t checked. This one was from an outstanding business in the county that found this when they went to open for business this morning.
We are accepting applications for a full time Sheriff’s Deputy. Employment application and job descriptions are available online at www.perrycounty.IN.gov. You can also pick up applications at the Perry County Auditors Office or at the P.C. Sheriff’s Office. Completed Employment Applications and application/employee acknowledgment must be submitted to the Administration Office by 4:00pm on Friday October 26, 2018. If after hours, applications can be dropped off at the Sheriff’s Office. Perry County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Perry County Sheriff’s Office is currently working a theft from the Tobinsport area where a Scag zero turn mower was stolen. Any information please contact 812-547-2441 or 812-547-7068 for Dispatch. You can also call the anonymous tip line at 812-547-9563.
Both Brittney Wright from Perry Central High School and Kassye Harper from Tell City High School got to learn first hand about emergency driving today on a virtual simulator. They are both doing internships at the Sheriffs Office.
It’s great to come to work and see this on your desk waiting for you. I was told a special young man made it for me. Thanks Benson.
They are packing up and will be ready to go at midnight tonight. Thanks to all that has donated for this cause.
Thank you to Perry Central for allowing us to come out and train with the students. We really enjoyed it and we think they learned a lot from our presentation.
See information from our local Perry County FOP. If you would like to donate you can bring your items to the Perry County Sheriff’s Office.
Another example of Law Enforcement team work.
Leopold Road just off Old State Road 37 is flooded and road is washing away. Please stay clear of the area.
State road 66 between Tell City and Troy. Drive with caution until area is cleared.
Shout out to Home Mutual Insurance for hosting Perry County 1st Responder Day. The weather wasn’t the best but the food was outstanding. Thank you.
Happy Labor Day from the PCSO!