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Hamilton County Bail Bonds

home 17980 Cumberland Rd, Noblesville, IN 46060, USA
phone (317) 773-9210

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3 out of 5 stars

Mark LePere
Mark LePere

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 years ago

Had a relative make some bad decisions, ended up in jail for DUI. Thankfully Hamilton County Bail Bonds - Jim - made getting this person released very smooth. They were friendly, professional, and explained the process in detail. Felt like they give the extra effort to really make a tough situation go smoothly as possible. Super convenient location right next to the jail. Highly recommended.

Scott Atkinson
Scott Atkinson

1 out of 5 stars

posted 2 years ago

Leave this one alone very rude! Go with Merideth. The complete opposite of these guys.


Hamilton County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 318
Inmate Capacity: 292
Year Constructed: 1992
Full-Time Staff: 40
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(317) 773-1282

Saturday, June 24th, 2017 at 1:34am
Hamilton County is currently under a Flood Warning, effective until 6:00PM Friday, issued by the National Weather Service. https://t.co/GWdE4ffTbL HCSOIndiana photo
Friday, June 2nd, 2017 at 10:16pm
Klipsch concert season resumes Friday and Saturday. Expect congestion and traffic delays at I-69/Campus Parkway as construction continues. https://t.co/MUznQKjxPd HCSOIndiana photo
Saturday, May 27th, 2017 at 10:03am
Severe Thunderstorm Warning in Effect for Hamilton County Until 9:30PM on Friday. https://t.co/O8QsYUAjuC
Monday, May 15th, 2017 at 8:07pm
National Peace Officers Memorial Day is Monday, May 15. Remember Our Fallen Public Safety Heroes. U.S. Flags Should Fly at Half-Staff Today https://t.co/aVENswY3Nf HCSOIndiana photo
Wednesday, May 10th, 2017 at 11:07pm
Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership Strengthens Patrols for Upcoming Participation in 2017 "Click It or Ticket" Campaign https://t.co/7FfKC9Qdft HCSOIndiana photo
Tuesday, May 9th, 2017 at 9:18pm
Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership Sobriety Checkpoint Scheduled for May 13-May 14. Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over! https://t.co/gazCnQtzMx HCSOIndiana photo

Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Indiana

The Sheriff's Office provides various law enforcement services; manages the county jail and its prisoners; serves protective orders and warrants; collects delinquent state income taxes; executes the sale of certain properties (Sheriff's Sales); conveys persons committed to certain state institutions; and executes the orders of the County Council and the Board of County Commissioners.To sign up for immediate notifications by text or email, please visit http://www.nixle.comThe Sheriff's Office is constantly striving to improve our services and your input is important. Please take a moment and complete our Citizen Satisfaction Survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SheriffSatisfaction.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Indiana added 4 new photos.Monday, June 26th, 2017 at 11:07pm
Applications are being accepted for the fall 2017 Sheriff's Office Citizens Academy. The 12 week program, meeting on Thursday evenings from September through November, is a unique opportunity to learn first hand how the Sheriff's Office functions and to experience some of the training offered to deputies. The Citizens Academy is designed to promote positive community relations and to provide communications between citizens and law enforcement officials. Topics include Law, Traffic Stops, Firearms, Emergency Driving, Special Teams, Investigations, Corrections, and much more along with an opportunity to ride with a Patrol deputy.

More information and applications are available at http://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/546/Citizens-Academy. Class size is limited and filled on a first come, first served basis.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaSaturday, June 24th, 2017 at 4:10am
Hamilton County is under a Flood Warning until 6:00pm on Friday, June 23. At 11:52 AM EDT, the public reported heavy rain across the warned area. Up to three inches of rain have already fallen with an additional one inch over the next several hours. According to the National Weather Service, flooding was being reported in Fishers and across Hamilton County.

Remember to turn around, don`t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles.

Excessive runoff from heavy rainfall will cause flooding of small
creeks and streams, urban areas, highways, streets and underpasses as well as other drainage areas and low lying spots.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Indiana added 3 new photos.Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 at 11:27pm
Bikers from the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office will once again be riding in the Cops Cycling for Survivors event. Starting on July 10 in downtown Indianapolis, the 13 day, nearly 1,000 mile trek around Indiana raises support and awareness of public safety heroes who offered the ultimate sacrifice and lets their survivors know they are never forgotten. Proceeds from the ride are utilized to support scholarships, camps and events held in memory of officers killed in the line of duty as well as other survivor causes.

Cops Cycling for Survivors heads through Hamilton County on July 10 on the way to Kokomo in memory of fallen Howard County Sheriff Deputy Carl Koontz. Stops are made along the way to honor fallen officers and to meet with survivors. The Officer Down Memorial Page lists 426 Indiana officers killed in the line of duty since becoming a state.

Tax deductible donations may be made through the Cops Cycling for Survivors website at http://www.copscycling4survivors.com/fundraising_campaign.php?id=28&username=bryantorem. Cheers and support along the way are also appreciated during a long bike ride. Special thanks to Hot Box Pizza in Carmel for donating lunch on the first day of the ride.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaThursday, June 22nd, 2017 at 10:52am
Indiana Silver Alert # 019-2017 issued June 21, 2017, on William “Bill” Steele has been cancelled as of 3:00am Eastern Standard Time, Jun 22, 2017. This cancellation was requested by the Carmel Police Department. Any additional information concerning this cancellation may be obtained by contacting the Carmel Police Department by calling 317-773-1282.


From the Carmel Police Department:

On Wednesday, June 21st, 2017, Carmel Police Department took a missing person report on William (Bill) H. Steele (white/male 63 years old). Steele is 6’05” tall and weighs approximately 260 lbs. with gray/balding hair & blue eyes. Steele was last seen in the 9300 block of North Meridian Street in Indianapolis, IN wearing a turquoise polo shirt, khaki shorts and dark colored boat shoes. Steele may be driving a gold 2009 Lexus 4-door ES350 Indiana Registration (# ULJ795). A silver alert has been issued reference his disappearance.

Police are asking if anyone has information on William (Bill) H. Steele to contact the Carmel Police Department Investigations Division at 317-571-2580. See attached photos for further information.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaTuesday, June 20th, 2017 at 12:17pm
With nice weather upon us, more area residents are using golf carts and other small four wheel vehicles around the county. The Hamilton County Commissioners created an ordinance governing the use of these small vehicles on county roads. Among the basic restrictions for driving a golf cart or similar vehicle on a county road are the need for the driver to be licensed and having proper equipment, including a rearview mirror and slow moving vehicle sign. These vehicles are not to be driven on any county road with a speed limit greater than 30mph. Local cities and towns may have additional restrictions.

Hamilton County Ordinance 9-13-3-1. - Regulations for golf carts, SFVs.
(a) Generally. This chapter shall only apply to the operation of vehicles on county roads and does not apply to streets within the municipal limits of cities or towns.
(b) Definitions. For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
Small four-wheel vehicle (SFV) means a vehicle with four wheels substantially similar to a golf cart, Rhino, or RZR, originally designed for operation on a golf course or on other unpaved surfaces.
Operator means persons holding a valid operator's license issued by the State of Indiana or another state.
(c) Compliance with traffic laws. SFVs must be operated in compliance with all applicable local and state traffic laws and the operator may be ticketed, or arrested, in the same manner as other motor vehicle operators, including operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
(d) Safety equipment required. All SFVs operated on county roads shall have the following minimum safety equipment:
(1) Headlights, tail lights, and turn signals if the SFV is driven at night;
(2) A rearview mirror; and
(3) Slow moving vehicle sign that conforms with the provisions of IC 9-21-9-2.
(e) Maximum speed limit. SFVs shall not be operated on any county road having a posted speed limit in excess of 30 miles per hour except to cross at intersections perpendicular to other county roads or state highways.
(f) Operation on sidewalks, etc. SFVs shall not be operated on any sidewalk, pedestrian walkway, multi-use path, jogging path, greenway, trail, except to cross at intersections perpendicular to the path or walkway.
(g) Operation between sunset and sunrise. SFVs shall not be operated on county roads between sunset and sunrise unless equipped with headlights, tail lights, brake lights, and turn signals.
(h) School zones. SFVs shall not be permitted on streets where speed limits of 30 miles per hour or less are posted on a portion of the street to regulate a school zone.
(i) Maximum occupancy. The maximum occupancy of a SFV traveling on a county road shall be one person per bucket seat or three people per bench seat.
(j) License required. Only persons holding a valid operator's license may operate a SFV on a county road.
(k) Operation on right side of road; yielding to other vehicles. SFV drivers shall stay in the far right side of the traveled portion of the road and yield the right-of-way to overtaking vehicles as soon as possible.
(l) Exceptions. SFVs operated by the persons listed below or on the following property are not subject to the provisions of this chapter.
(1) The operation of SFVs at golf courses, private clubs, or on private property with the consent of the owner.
(2) The operation of SFVs within gated or limited access communities, unless the streets of the community are dedicated for public use and maintained by the county.
(3) The use of a SFV in connection with a parade, festival, or other special event approved by the county.
(4) The use of SFVs and similar utility vehicles by the police or fire departments on official business, or the use of SFVs by county personnel for official business.
(5) The use of golf carts to cross the street at golf course crossings designated by signs duly erected by a municipality or the county.
(m) Golf cart/SFV rental. Golf cart or other SFV rental for the purpose of use on a county road is prohibited.
(n) Stopping, standing, or parking. SFVs may only be parked in the same manner and at the same places designated for the parking of motor vehicles. The stopping, standing, or parking of SFVs in areas where parking is not allowed or in any place that may impede the flow of traffic, pedestrian walkways, or a passageway is prohibited.
(o) Inclement weather. SFVs shall not be operated on county roads during inclement weather or when visibility is impaired by weather, smoke, fog, or other conditions.
(p) Operate at your own risk. Any person operating a SFV on any county road does so at his own risk and must operate such vehicle with due regard for the safety and convenience of other motor vehicles, bicyclists, and pedestrians. The county, in extending operating privileges to SFVs, does so on the express condition that the operator undertakes such operation at his own risk and assumes sole responsibility for operating said vehicle.
(q) Violation; penalty. An operator of an SFV who violates any of the provisions of this chapter may be fined up to $500.00 for each violation. Each day on which condition exists or continues that is contrary to this chapter shall be deemed a separate violation.
(r) Effective date. This chapter shall be in full force and effect on September 1, 2012.
(Ord. No. 8-13-12-A, §§ 1—18, 8-27-2012)
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaWednesday, June 14th, 2017 at 9:32am
The Campus Parkway traffic pattern at the Interstate 69 Exit 210 interchange will be shifted for the third phase of construction starting Friday morning.

In order to implement the traffic pattern changes, Milestone Contractors plans to temporarily close Campus Parkway access over I-69 and some interchange ramps starting at 9 p.m. on Thursday, June 15. Electronic message signs and police will direct motorists to the Olio Road overpass to cross over the interstate during the overnight traffic pattern change.

Weather permitting, Campus Parkway is expected to be open to traffic by 6 a.m. on Friday, June 16. Phase 3 traffic changes include:
• Westbound traffic will be shifted to the south side of the bridge over I-69,
• A second lane will be opened on eastbound Campus Parkway to southbound I-69,
• Slightly altered lane alignments and intersection locations at interchange ramps,
• New traffic signals will replace temporary yield signs at some interchange ramps.

The Campus Parkway interchange was recently shifted into a double-crossover traffic pattern. The interchange will remain under construction through July, when it is expected to be fully open to traffic in its permanent configuration.

Multiple traffic lane shifts will be required to complete construction of the new interchange design. Each phase of remaining construction will bring the interchange closer to its final traffic configuration and capacity.

For more information about the new traffic pattern at the Campus Parkway interchange, a video about how to navigate double-crossover diamonds, and diagrams of the remaining traffic phases for construction, go to http://www.in.gov/indot/3441.htm.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaTuesday, June 6th, 2017 at 6:56am
After a selection process lasting nearly five months, Hamilton County's newest Merit Deputy Sheriff, Nicholas May, took his oath today. Administered by Sheriff Bowen and with his mother looking on, Deputy May was sworn-in to take his place in the law enforcement community.

Nick comes to the Sheriff's Office from nearby Speedway where he grew up and graduated high school. He then joined the U.S. Army and served a tour of duty in Afghanistan before returning to Indiana and attending Ivy Tech where he attained a degree in Homeland Security and Public Safety.

Deputy May is completing his Pre-Basic studies while completing an orientation to the Sheriff's Office. He will attend the Basic Course at the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy for 15 weeks starting in late June. After completing Basic, May will enter the Field Training Program that will take another 4-5 months to complete before he is ready to patrol on his own.

Welcome aboard, Nick!