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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

Friday, March 17th, 2017 at 3:57am
Tornado Drills on March 21 Included in March 19-25 Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Plan Ahead for Severe Weather https://t.co/cechvsD9sI
Tuesday, March 14th, 2017 at 4:44am
146th Street Near Shelborne Road in Hamilton County Closed for Utility Work on March 13. Seek Alternate Routes https://t.co/uRTUp1ccfV
Monday, March 13th, 2017 at 5:27am
Winter Weather Advisory Issued for Hamilton County, 8AM Monday Until 2AM Tuesday. Use Caution While Traveling. https://t.co/FfRYJD8kd0
Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 at 5:27am
Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership Kicks Off March Enforcement Campaign On Dangerous and Impaired Driving https://t.co/rh5BOxklOz
Monday, January 30th, 2017 at 10:08pm
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over this Super Bowl Weekend, Courtesy of Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership https://t.co/9CkhgJmBB5 HCSOIndiana photo
Friday, January 27th, 2017 at 9:45pm
Yellow Level Travel Advisory Issued For Hamilton County As Overnight Snow Leaves Slick Spots on County Roads. https://t.co/4OyWwIvSJ9

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, March 21st, 2017 at 11:49pm
Reminder: two statewide tornado drills will take place today, Tuesday, March 21. The first drill is at 10:15AM and is designed primarily for school and work participation. The second drill is scheduled for 7:35PM and encourages families to have plans at home for severe weather.

During the drills, outdoor warning sirens should sound. Weather radios, cell phone apps, and other warning devices will also activate as Indiana is placed under a Tornado Warning for a brief period.

Indiana averages around 20 tornadoes each year with 35 tornadoes recorded in 2016. For additional information on preparing for severe weather, visit Hamilton County Emergency Management at http://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/229/Emergency-Management.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaTuesday, March 21st, 2017 at 8:04am
The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Hamilton County until 4:45PM. At 3:59 PM, a severe thunderstorm was located near Carmel moving east at 50 mph.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaFriday, March 17th, 2017 at 6:57am
In conjunction with the March 19-25 Indiana Severe Weather Preparedness Week, Hamilton County Emergency Management plans to participate in two statewide tests of the emergency communication systems on Tuesday, March 21. The goals of Severe Weather Preparedness Week and the emergency tests are to better educate residents about the hazards of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes and to help citizens better prepare in the event severe weather occurs.

Hamilton County’s outdoor warning sirens will be activated on Tuesday, March 21 at 10:15AM and 7:35PM as part of the statewide test, unless severe weather is forecasted. During the two tests, Hamilton County will be placed under a Tornado Warning for a short time. This will activate alarms on weather radios, cell phone apps, and other devices. Emergency Management officials encourage everyone to plan ahead for the tests and to participate in the drills so each person knows emergency procedures for work, school, home or travel in the event of severe weather.

Designed as an outdoor warning system, outdoor sirens should not be relied upon to provide sufficient warning indoors or in noisy areas. Air conditioning, thunder, wind, rain, and other conditions can cause the sirens not to be heard indoors and may inhibit hearing the sirens outdoors. Sirens are also subject to lightning strikes and other equipment malfunctions. For these reasons, everyone is encouraged to have multiple ways to receive information about severe weather. Hamilton County officials encourage residents to have an NOAA weather radio at home and at work. Residents should immediately tune into a local television or radio station for further information when hearing a siren or other notification.

Basic criteria to activate the sirens for tornadoes include the National Weather Service issuing a Tornado Warning for Hamilton County, a trained and certified weather spotter reporting a tornado, a tornado reported by a local public safety official, or a dangerous situation occurring which requires citizens to seek shelter immediately.
While Hamilton County Emergency Management officials test and activate the outdoor warning sirens, the sirens are owned and maintained by area cities and towns. There are 75 outdoor sirens around the county: 21 in Carmel and Clay Township, 20 in Fishers along with Delaware and Fall Creek Townships, 20 in Noblesville and Noblesville Township, 7 in Westfield and Washington Township, 3 in Cicero, 1 in Arcadia, 1 in Atlanta, 1 in Sheridan, and 1 at White River Campground. Sirens in each area may be activated independently of other areas when severe weather or other emergencies are imminent in a specific portion of the county.

Weekly testing of the outdoor warning system is planned to resume in March once temperatures remain above freezing. Tests are performed each Friday at 11:00AM unless severe weather is likely to occur.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaFriday, March 17th, 2017 at 4:54am
Please be advised, effective on or after Monday, March 20th, 2017, minor repairs and maintenance will begin on Bridge 155 (116th Street E. over Cool Creek - east of Gray Road). Temporary lane closures and traffic delays can be expected from 9am – 3pm throughout the duration of the project. Construction is expected to be complete within three days from the actual date construction begins.

Please be advised, effective on or after Monday, March 20th, 2017, minor repairs and maintenance will begin on Bridge 117 (Strawtown Avenue over White River). Temporary lane closures and traffic delays can be expected from 9am – 3pm throughout the duration of the project. Construction is expected to be complete within three days from the actual date construction begins.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaWednesday, March 15th, 2017 at 5:43am
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office investigators are requesting assistance from the public in locating a runaway juvenile. Heavenly Ann Miethe, age 17, was last seen at approximately 7:00AM on March 5, 2017 on the east side of Noblesville. Miethe may be in possession of a yellow Mazda Protégé with a temporary plate of G874769.

Heavenly is described as a white female, approximately 5’1” and 105 lbs. with hazel eyes and brown hair. She may frequent areas of Noblesville or the west side of Indianapolis.

While Heavenly is not believed to be in danger, officials would like to locate her so she can safely be returned home. Anyone with information on the location of Heavenly Mieth is asked to contact Hamilton County Public Safety Communications at 317-773-1282 or call Detective Goff at 317-776-2106.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaTuesday, March 14th, 2017 at 6:20am
The Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership (HCTSP) is a consortium of law enforcement agencies in Hamilton County working to increase the usage of seatbelts, to combat aggressive driving, and to decrease impaired driving with the overall goal of creating a safer Hamilton County. The HCTSP is comprised of the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, Fishers Police Department, Carmel Police Department, Cicero Police Department, Noblesville Police Department, and Westfield Police Department with the assistance of the Indiana State Police.

Impaired driving is one our nation’s most frequently committed violent crimes. Just in Indiana in 2014, alcohol related traffic crashes killed 101 people, accounting for approximately thirteen percent of all fatal crashes, and injured another 1,880 people.

About 750 people are convicted of an impaired driving offense annually in Hamilton County alone, and nearly 100 of those are repeat offenders. In 2015 in Hamilton County, for example, the State filed 732 cases of operating while intoxicated. Of these, 106 drivers had prior convictions for operating while intoxicated within the last five years.

To combat this crime, the Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership will be setting up sobriety checkpoints around Hamilton County to aggressively deter, detect, and arrest those drivers who make the decision to drive impaired. Sobriety checkpoints have proven successful both raising awareness of impaired driving and reducing the likelihood of people driving after they have been drinking.

A sobriety checkpoint will be conducted on the night of Friday, March 17, 2017 and the early morning hours of Saturday, March 18, 2017.

In order to raise awareness of the prevalence of impaired driving in our community and the efforts of the Partnership to combat the crime, the Partnership maintains a webpage at http://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/503.

At a sobriety checkpoint, law enforcement officers evaluate drivers for signs of alcohol or drug impairment at a specified point along a roadway, often depending upon the support of local property owners for the use of appropriate land. Checkpoint sites are selected based upon analysis of available crash and impaired driving arrest data and a consideration of officer safety.

Vehicles are stopped in a specific sequence, such as every other vehicle, every third vehicle, every fourth vehicle, or by stopping three, four, or five cars in succession and allowing other traffic to proceed while checking the stopped vehicles. The planned sequence in which vehicles are stopped depends on the number of officer available to staff the checkpoint, traffic congestion, and other safety concerns.

Upon making contact with a driver, the officer advises them that they’ve been stopped at an HCTSP sobriety checkpoint and asks for the driver’s license and vehicle registration. If, in the course of the contact, the officer detects that alcohol may be involved and the driver may be impaired, or if some other issue arises, then the vehicle is directed into a pull-off area for further investigation. Further investigation may involve Standardized Field Sobriety Tests (SFSTs). On the other hand, all looks right during the initial contact, the driver is usually released in less than two minutes.

Officers staffing the sobriety checkpoints work on an overtime basis, paid by grant funds from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration through the Indiana Governor’s Council on Impaired and Dangerous Driving.

Sobriety checkpoints are legal in 39 states, including Indiana, and the District of Columbia. In 1990, the United States Supreme Court ruled that, if conducted properly, sobriety checkpoints do not constitute an illegal search and seizure. In the 2002 case of State v. Gerschoffer, the Indiana Supreme Court found that sobriety checkpoints are constitutional when conducted properly. Members of the Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office work with the Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership to ensure that each checkpoint meets constitutional requirements.

Any questions regarding sobriety checkpoints in Hamilton County should be directed to Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Andre Miksha at 317-776-8595.