Pike County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Pike County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 100 South 4th Street, Petersburg, 47567 IN
  • Chief:
Phone: (812) 354-6024
Fax: (812) 354-6037

Pike County Sheriff's Office is located at 100 South 4th Street, Petersburg, 47567 IN. The Pike County Sheriff's Office phone number is (812) 354-6024.

Pike County Sheriff's Office News

Congratulations Craig & Clint!

Sheriff Britton congratulating Briar Meadors on receiving the Indiana Sheriff's Assn scholarship. Congratulations Briar and good luck at Vincennes University.

PIKE CO SHERIFF: SR. 257 at Pike/Daviess County Line is closed due to flooding. nixle.us/A29WH Reply with a friend's # to forward

Deputy Buck Seger stopped for a picture after playing basketball with some future Pike Central Chargers stars!

All Pike County Schools are closed tomorrow Monday January 15th, 2018.

TRAVEL ADVISORY Roads are becoming icy and slick. Please slow down and give yourself extra time if you have to travel.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS CANCELLED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH 516 FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS IN INDIANA THIS CANCELS 4 COUNTIES IN SOUTHWEST INDIANA POSEY IN SOUTHWEST INDIANA GIBSON PIKE VANDERBURGH

Pike is under a severe thunderstorm watch until 6 pm EST.

Congratulations to Deputy Buck Seger and K-9 Bleck on graduating from K-9 Academy!

The Pike County Sheriff's Office would like to thank all Veterans for their service!

Pike Co is under a tornado watch until 11 pm EST.

Pike County Sheriff's Office would like to congratulate former 911 Dispatcher/Jailer Chase Eaton on his graduation from the Indiana State Police Recruit School.

Pike Co. is currently under a burn ban per the Fire Chiefs of Pike Co. and Pike Co. Commissioners. We also declare that, effective immediately, the following activities are prohibited in Pike County: 1. campfires and other recreational fires, unless enclosed in a fire ring with dimensions of 23 inches in diameter X 6 inches high or larger; 2. open burning of any kind using conventional fuel such as wood, or other combustible matter, with the exception of grills fueled by charcoal briquettes or propane; 3. the burning of debris, such as timber or vegetation, including such debris that results from building construction activities and/or wind storm debris; and 4. the use of burn barrels for any open burning at residential structures. Please share this status. Thank you!