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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

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
Friday, May 5th, 2017 at 10:12pm
Self-Serve Filled Sandbags Available to Hamilton County Residents on Friday, May 5, 8A-4P, at 1717 Pleasant Street in Noblesville.
Friday, May 5th, 2017 at 2:28am
Hamilton County Emergency Management Offers Self-Serve Sandbags to Prepare for Flooding. Available 1p-8p Thursday at 1717 Pleasant Street.
Friday, May 5th, 2017 at 12:28am
Yellow Level Travel Advisory Issued for Unincorporated Roads in Hamilton County. Remember: Turn Around Don't Drown https://t.co/3UDlgXbX7Q 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 IndianaTuesday, May 23rd, 2017 at 12:48am
Beginning on or after Tuesday, May 30th, Cal Carson Road between 256th Street and 266th Street will be closed for a period of 90 calendar days for the replacement of Small Structure 32059 (Bridge #304).

Please be advised, effective on or after Monday, June 5th, 2017, the intersection of Allisonville Road and Cumberland Road will be closed for the construction of a roundabout. This closure is expected to last 50 days, putting the approximate open date at July 25th, 2017. Allisonville Road will be closed between Covered Bridge Way and Heather Lane while Cumberland Road will be closed between Mallery Drive and Edith Avenue. Access to residents on both Allisonville Road and Cumberland Road will be maintained.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaFriday, May 19th, 2017 at 4:46am
Members of the Sheriff's Office will once again join forces with other law enforcement officers around Indiana in support of Special Olympics. On Friday, June 2, the Hamilton County Torch Run for Special Olympics takes place with runners from the Sheriff's Office participating in a 10 mile run. The goal is to raise funds and support for our local Special Olympic athletes as they prepare for this year's competition.

To support Special Olympics through the Torch Run, tax deductible contributions are accepted at https://www.firstgiving.com/team/353006 or by dropping the donations off at the Sheriff's Office. Supporters can also encourage local athletes on June 2 at 12:30 as athletes gather at the Hamilton County Courthouse for a special ceremony. All proceeds from the run go to benefit our local Special Olympians.

Special Olympics Indiana is a nonprofit organization that provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in more than 20 Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, reaching more than 12,000 athletes throughout the state of Indiana. Special Olympics Indiana is part of the international network of accredited Special Olympics Programs that reaches more than 4 million athletes with intellectual disabilities worldwide. More information is available at http://www.soindiana.org.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaWednesday, May 17th, 2017 at 10:07am
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Jon Tindal has been nominated for the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) Regional Exceptional Service Award. Tindal, who has served as School Resource Officer (SRO) at Hamilton Heights Middle School since 2014, has made a positive and far-reaching impact on the students and faculty of the school, according to those in contact with him on a daily basis.

During his duties as SRO at the school, Deputy Tindal observed many of the students had little personal interaction with each other. Even during lunch time in the cafeteria, Tindal noticed an unusually quiet atmosphere which he attributed to students focusing almost exclusively on social media devices and cell phones. Tindal decided to use his creativity and passion for promoting positive behaviors to encourage students to interact with each other and to include those often left on the fringes.

Coordinating with school administrators, Deputy Tindal obtained permission to transform an empty storage room into what is now called the Dawg Pound. Several local businesses provided donations of materials and finances as Tindal and a group of volunteers cleaned, painted, and furnished the room. The room transformed from an unused space into a vibrant room, painted with school colors and the school mascot. At no cost to the school or taxpayers, the room now boasts a popcorn maker, two XBox units, a large screen TV complete with a surround-sound system, and numerous games.

The Dawg Pound is a “device-free” zone where students are not allowed to use cell phones, tablets, or other similar devices. Tindal encourages students to use the games and equipment as a means for direct interaction as they engage each other in friendly competition and social situations. Students of all ages and abilities come together without exclusion as they enjoy the company of new friends and acquaintances. Tindal notes he has observed students that typically struggle socially now blossoming and thriving with other students in the Dawg Pound.

Use of the Dawg Pound comes in various ways with students rewarded with lunch in the room in return for positive behaviors in the classroom. Teachers also use the Dawg Pound as a reward for students completing tasks and work. One teacher had several missing assignments by a student successfully completed after students learned time in the Dawg Pound was a potential reward.

The NASRO Exceptional Service Awards are presented to those individuals whose continuous and sustained service to the school community goes above and beyond that expected of a normal SRO or school staff member. Final determination of award winners is announced at the NASRO National Conference this summer.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Indiana added 2 new photos.Monday, May 15th, 2017 at 10:56pm
National Peace Officers Memorial Day, May 15

In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.

In tribute to fallen American law enforcement officers, Public Law 103-322 designates U.S flags should be flown at half-staff on National Peace Officers Memorial Day.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaMonday, May 15th, 2017 at 10:50pm
The Campus Parkway interchange at Interstate 69 Exit 210 will be shifted into a double-crossover diamond traffic pattern on or after Wednesday, May 17. The traffic pattern change was scheduled for last Friday (May 12) but was postponed by weather.

In order to implement the double-crossover diamond traffic pattern, Milestone Contractors plans to close Campus Parkway access over I-69 starting at 9 p.m. on Tuesday, May 16. Access to and from all interchange ramps will remain open to right turns only during the overnight traffic shift. Electronic message signs and police will direct motorists to the Olio Road overpass to cross over the interstate.

Weather permitting, Campus Parkway is expected to be open to traffic in a double-crossover diamond pattern by 6 a.m. on Wednesday, May 17.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaFriday, May 12th, 2017 at 8:34am

Again this year, communities across the United States will come together during National Police Week, May 14-20, to honor and remember those law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice, as well as the family members, friends and fellow officers they left behind.

This year, the names of 394 officers killed in the line of duty are being added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC. These 394 officers include 143 officers who were killed during 2016, plus 251 officers who died in previous years but whose stories of sacrifice had been lost to history until now.

The names of all 394 fallen officers nationwide will be formally dedicated during the 29th Annual Candlelight Vigil on the evening of May 13, 2017, to be held on the National Mall between 4th and 7th Streets. So that people across the country can experience this unique and powerful ceremony, the vigil will be webcast live over the Internet beginning at 8 PM (EDT) on May 13th. To register for this free online event, visit www.LawMemorial.org/webcast.

The Candlelight Vigil is one of many commemorative events taking place in the nation’s capital during National Police Week 2017. The national observance is organized by a group of organizations led by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF), Concerns of Police Survivors, the Fraternal Order of Police and the Fraternal Order of Police Auxiliary.

On May 15th each year, the Fraternal Order of Police and the Fraternal Order of Police Auxiliary host a ceremony on the west steps of the U.S. Capitol to honor fallen law enforcement officers and their families.

In tribute to American law enforcement officers and at the request of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, Public Law 103-322 designates May 15th National Peace Officers Memorial Day, which is one of only two days each year during which government agencies, businesses and residents are to fly their U.S. flags at half-staff.

The National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington, D.C. has recorded 398 Indiana officers killed in the line of duty since becoming a state. Two Indiana officers will be added to the Memorial this year: Deputy Carl Allen Koontz, Howard County Sheriff’s Office, End of Watch March 20, 2016 and Sgt. William Rollin Brand, Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, End of Watch February 8, 2005. Nationwide, officer fatalities are up 31% to date in 2017 over the same time period in 2016 with 47 officer deaths already this year.

For more information about National Police Week, please visit www.LawMemorial.org/policeweek.