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Hamilton County Bail Bonds

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

Reviewed from Google

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 1 year 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, January 30th, 2017 at 5:08am
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 4:45am
Yellow Level Travel Advisory Issued For Hamilton County As Overnight Snow Leaves Slick Spots on County Roads. https://t.co/4OyWwIvSJ9
Tuesday, January 17th, 2017 at 10:52am
Hamilton County Now Accepting Applications for Merit Deputy Sheriff. Applications Due By February 16, 2017. https://t.co/OaxFGxSghG
Friday, January 13th, 2017 at 12:15pm
Yellow Level Travel Advisory Issued for Hamilton County in Preparation for Freezing Rain Advisory This Weekend https://t.co/EctptzmfFM
Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 at 4:24am
Travel Advisory Issued for Hamilton County Roads. Temperature Drop Creates Slick Spots Around the County. https://t.co/kAtWaNhkoz
Sunday, January 8th, 2017 at 3:27pm
Gas Odor in Hamilton County Believed to be Mercaptan, a Pungent Gas Additive. Officials Seeking Source of Release https://t.co/SFI8unZLjW

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 IndianaWednesday, February 22nd, 2017 at 7:12am
Congratulations to DNR Officer John Gano who does so much for all of us in Hamilton County. From DNR:

"Indiana Conservation Officers of District 4 are honored to nominate Master Officer John Gano for the 2016 James D. Pitzer Outstanding Officer of the Year award. A 21 year veteran, 18 of which have been spent serving in Hamilton County, his positive attitude, strong work ethic, and devotion to public service have earned him the opportunity for this prestigious award.
Officer Gano’s motivation and dedication to education is what separates him from others. This past year, he instructed the boater education course for all 8th grade students at Noblesville East and West Middle Schools. Officer Gano has been teaching boater education at the Noblesville Middle Schools since 1998. Most of the students live on or near the water and will soon operate a boat on their own for the first time. His dedication to teaching safe boating will undoubtedly make their first trip on the water both safer and more enjoyable.
On top of his boater education classes, Officer Gano has also personally created an outdoor education class that he has been teaching to all 7th grade students since 2010. The program includes full lesson plans covering several topics such as survival skills, fishing, ATV safety, boater safety, and a section on hunting and fishing that includes firearms safety.
In all, Officer Gano has instructed approximately 1000 students through 2016 between the 7th and 8th grade students. Both programs usually require 6 weeks and two instructors Monday through Friday to be successfully completed. However, due to unforeseen circumstances, this year he had to teach all of those classes by himself.
Officer Gano serves as a vital component of boating safety and enforcement on two heavily used reservoirs and a major river running through central Indiana. He prides himself in his productivity through various fish and wildlife enforcement duties and boating enforcement. Gano also assists our department in the capacity of a public information officer, boat accident investigator, and field training officer.
In 2016, Officer Gano assisted with numerous public events including the Boat Sport and Travel Show as well as the Indiana State Fair. He also participates in several outreach and local community public safety days. During these events, he can be found promoting the “Wear It” campaign, which promotes the wearing of life jackets on the water, or providing some structured demonstration promoting a safe boating practice.
Officer Gano strives to foster positive working relations between the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and other law enforcement agencies, fire departments, Coast Guard Auxiliary and with a reservoir homeowner’s association in an effort to better our working relations and stay in touch with the needs of the community surrounding the waterways.
As a public information officer, Officer Gano has made numerous news releases and live interviews to best inform the public of occurring incidents and safe practices while outdoors. One example that stood out involved a high profile drowning at Geist Reservoir where he performed live interviews for four major news stations. Officer Gano not only represented the department well by providing safety tips, he also utilized good discretion and shows compassion to the families while dealing with such a sensitive matter. He is also tasked with running the District 4 social media accounts, helping to disseminate information to the public on a daily basis.
Officer Gano was instrumental in the field training process of a new officer prior to solo patrol. He assumed the duties of the primary FTO midway through the process, dedicating approximately 6 weeks to field training, providing a wealth of knowledge to the trainee. Throughout the field training process Officer Gano and the trainee made several drug arrests, and addressed numerous fish and wildlife violations, including a forged fishing license case. They also worked several details at Geist Reservoir to address complaints of skiing before sunrise and without observers. In two different details they were able to address four violations resulting from the complaints. With Officer Gano’s guidance, the new officer led District 4 in overall activity in 2016. Officer Gano was quoted as saying that he is “most proud of the hard work put in to the FTO program and seeing young officers succeed and become hard working productive officers.”
Even after the conclusion of the field training program, Officer Gano continued working with young officers making numerous arrests including an illegally taken mute swan during waterfowl season. Officer Gano is very proactive when addressing boating problems in his area of assignment. In 2016, Gano remained near the top or leading his district in all activity despite his numerous commitments to field training, education, and community service.
Indiana Conservation Officer John Gano is a well-rounded veteran conservation officer who provides a great service to the public and is looked upon by new officers for advice and guidance. With his boating public appearances and enforcement, Officer John Gano is a stand-out in his community. Master Conservation Officer John Gano is a dedicated officer that is well respected in his community. His hard work and dedication is a great example of a stellar Indiana Conservation Officer. He exemplifies the core values of an Indiana Conservation Officer and the officers of District Four believe he is deserving of the Pitzer Award.
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Indiana
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaMonday, February 20th, 2017 at 7:10am
The Administration and Records Divisions of the Sheriff's Office along with most government courts and offices in Hamilton County are closed Monday, February 20, in honor of Washington's Birthday/Presidents Day. Offices will reopen Tuesday.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaWednesday, February 15th, 2017 at 3:29pm
Points of interest from a recent AAA study:

*In the quarter century from 1991 through 2015, the lives of 982,307 men, women, and children have ended abruptly as the result of motor vehicle crashes in the United States. Motor vehicle crashes were the leading cause of death for people aged 16-24 for each year from 2012 through 2014.

*Statistics from the United States Department of Transportation indicate that 35,092 people died in motor vehicle crashes in 2015. This represents a 7.2 percent increase from 2014, and preliminary data from the first half of 2016 indicate fatalities increased more than 10 percent compared to the first half of 2015. An average of 96 lives per day are cut short as the result of crashes on our roads.

*Speeding on freeways is common. Nearly half of drivers (45.6%) say they have driven 15 mph over the speed limit on a freeway in the past month, and nearly 1 in 4 say they consider it acceptable to do so. Similarly, nearly half of drivers (46.0%) say they have driven 10 mph over the speed limit on a residential street in the past month. There is greater social disapproval for speeding on a residential street than on a freeway (88.3% versus 75.5%).

*Most drivers (92.8%) view it as unacceptable to drive through a traffic light that just turned red when they could have stopped safely; however, more than 1 in 3 drivers (35.6%) admit doing this in the past month.

*Substantial numbers of drivers (70.9%) say that it is completely unacceptable to drive without wearing a seatbelt; 1 in 6 (16.7%) admit to doing so in the past month.

*Cell phone use while driving is widespread. More than 2 in 3 drivers report talking on their cell phone while driving in the past month, and nearly 1 in 3 say they do so fairly often or regularly. There is fairly strong disapproval toward using a hand-held cell phone while driving (70.4%). People are more accepting of hands-free cell phone use than handheld (65.9% vs. 28.6%).

*Most drivers view texting or emailing while driving as a very serious threat to their own personal safety and consider it completely unacceptable. However, nearly 1 in 3 (31.4%) admit to typing or sending a text message or email while driving in the past month, and 2 in 5 (40.2%) report reading a text message or email while driving in the past month.

*Drivers view drinking and driving as a very serious threat, and nearly all (96.7%) disapprove of drinking and driving. More than 1 in 8, however, admit to driving at least once in the past year when they thought their alcohol level might have been close to or possibly over the legal limit, and of these, more than 16 percent (2.1% of all drivers) said they did so in the past month.

*Nearly all motorists (95.9%) view drowsy driving as a serious threat to their safety and a completely unacceptable behavior; yet, approximately 3 in 10 (28.9%) admit to driving when they were so tired that they had a hard time keeping their eyes open at some point in the past month.

To view the full study visit: https://www.aaafoundation.org/sites/default/files/2016TrafficSafetyCultureIndexReportandCover_0.pdf

The Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership through a grant from the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute provides extra patrols throughout the year to deter unsafe and aggressive driving. Keep Hamilton County a safer place by practicing safe driving habits.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaMonday, February 13th, 2017 at 10:50am
Applications for the Merit Deputy Sheriff position are due no later than the close of business on Thursday, February 16. The Sheriff’s Office currently has one (1) vacant position and a hiring list will be comprised of candidates participating in this selection process. The list will remain active for up to two (2) years, or until the Sheriff and Merit Board close the list, to fill any additional vacancies occurring in that time period.

Those interested should visit the Sheriff’s Office website (http://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/595/Recruitment) to view minimum qualifications and benefits as well as to complete a pre-employment application. Additional information along with testing information will be sent to those submitting the pre-employment application. The first steps in the process, the Physical Agility Test and the Written Aptitude Exam, are scheduled for Saturday, February 18.

The Hamilton County Jail hires several times each year. Those interested in applying for a job at the Jail should visit the Human Resources site at http://www.hamiltoncounty.in.gov/jobs.aspx.

Hamilton County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages all those who meet the minimum qualifications to apply.
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Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaThursday, February 9th, 2017 at 1:22pm
The travel advisory in effect since Wednesday afternoon for roads in unincorporated areas of the county has been lifted.
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Indiana
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office IndianaWednesday, February 8th, 2017 at 3:29pm
A yellow level Travel Advisory has been issued for unincorporated roads in Hamilton County, effective Wednesday afternoon until further notice. This is the lowest level of local travel advisory and means that routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation. Individuals should use caution or avoid those areas. Unincorporated roads are those roads maintained by Hamilton County, usually roads outside cities and towns.

The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Hamilton County until 11:00PM Wednesday night. A Winter Weather Advisory means that periods of snow may cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered roads and limited visibilities. Snow is falling in Hamilton County and is already accumulating.

As a reminder with winter driving, reduce speeds, leave extra room between vehicles, make sure all windows are clear of snow and ice, turn on lights to increase visibility even during the day, and make sure to keep an emergency kit along with a fully charged cell phone handy. In case of a slide off or crash, contact Hamilton County Public Safety Communications at 317-773-1282 or 9-1-1 for an emergency.