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Hendricks County Bail Bonds

home 4 W Main St, Danville, IN 46122, USA
phone (317) 745-2245

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5 out of 5 stars

Jason Cox
Jason Cox

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

I'll like to personally thanks ms Kendra for going beyond the call of duty to help me gather information on my friend. Ms Kendra was very respectful she listened and answered all my question and concerns. She was very informative and knew what she was talking about. I highly suggest Hendrick County bail to any of my family and friends.Thanks again and may God bless HCB.

Kendra Mallory
Kendra Mallory

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Bail Bond Rate REDUCED TO 8% effective March 30, 2016. You won't get better service anywhere!

JOHN DANNY
JOHN DANNY

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 years ago

Really nice staff. They were so informative and polite. They made us feel right at home during a stressful time. The bail agents obviously take pride in their careers because they worked fast and kept us updated on the entire process. Great Job and Thank You!

HENDRICKS COUNTY JAIL Address

HENDRICKS COUNTY JAIL
925 EAST MAIN STREET
DANVILLE, IN
46122

HENDRICKS COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: unknown
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 30
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(317) 745-9332

Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, November 23rd, 2017 at 5:01pm
We're Wishing Everyone a Very Safe and Happy Thanksgiving.
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, November 4th, 2017 at 6:39am
Last week, Deputy Jeff Hughes responded to a rather unusual call involving a deer stuck underneath a pick up truck. The truck was unoccupied and parked in the homeowner's driveway. The deer had apparently run across the property and slid underneath the truck with his antlers becoming lodged in the undercarriage of the truck. A helpful neighbor assisted deputies by bringing over a floor jack and helped to lift the front end of the truck, giving the deer a little more room to move. As you can see from the video, with a little encouragement from Deputy Hughes, the deer was able to free himself and return safely to the woods nearby.
Although this incident didn't occur in the roadway, it's a good reminder to be careful on the roads and allow yourself extra stopping distance based on your location and visibility. Deer are frequently on the move and we tend to see an uptick in crashes involving deer during this time of year.
Have a great weekend!
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Friday, October 27th, 2017 at 1:16am
Recently the Hendricks County Sheriff's Office celebrated the retirement of two long time Reserve Deputies, Ralph Copeland and Pete Enders. Copeland has been a Reserve Deputy since May of 1981 and was appointed by Sheriff Ray Daugherty. Enders has been a Reserve Deputy since 1992 and was appointed by Sheriff Tom Underwood. Pete and Ralph have become fixtures here at the Sheriff's Office through their many years of volunteer service and will be greatly missed! Ralph plans to spend more time with his grandchildren, and Pete plans to continue traveling in their spare time. Please join Sheriff Brett Clark in humbly thanking Pete and Ralph for more than 61 years of combined volunteer service to the citizens of Hendricks County. It has certainly been an honor and a privilege to have them serve this community for so long!
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office shared their post.Thursday, October 26th, 2017 at 7:19am
We are receiving reports of the telephone scams again. Please use caution when someone calls you on the telephone demanding money, particularly if they ask you to wire money or use prepaid debit cards as a method of payment. The scammers use "spoofing" technology to create false telephone numbers on your caller ID. The phone call may look like it's coming from a legitimate business or organization, but the Hendricks County Sheriff's Office and other legitimate businesses don't call and demand money that way. Please take a look at the Better Business Bureau's website! They have up to date information on their "Scam Tracker" and will keep the public up to date on the newest tactics being used by these crooks! Be informed and protect your hard earned money!

https://www.bbb.org/scamtracker/indy
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office shared an event.Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 at 7:07am
As part of the American Cancer Society Real Men Wear Pink Hendricks County fight against cancer, our very own Deputy Warner has pledged to raise $2,500! He's already halfway there, but we'd like to help him reach his goal. Every dollar helps. Help us help the heroes battling cancer every day!

He's also partnered with Rockstar Pizza in Brownsburg for a friendly pizza eating challenge against local firefighters, wrecker drivers, and our communications staff! Come out, eat pizza, donate! Rockstar has generously agreed to donate a portion of proceeds from that evening!
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office shared Indiana DNR Law District 6's post.Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 at 1:06am
We have received a few calls looking for information on this story. Please see this link from our partners at the Indiana DNR.