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Hendricks County Bail Bonds

home 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 11 months ago

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


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!




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 Office added 3 new photos.Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 at 4:53am
Attention Dog Lovers (and non dog lovers, alike):
Our NEW Hendricks County Sheriff's Office K9 T-Shirts have arrived and are FOR SALE! We have a new design for 2017 featuring our 4 current K9 Officers, Bak, Nitro, Cade and Edo.
Edo is our newest K9 and his handler is Deputy Nate Hibschman. Edo is a German Shepherd/Belgian Malinois cross breed that we affectionately refer to as our "Shephinois" (shep-en-wah). Edo started working the streets of Hendricks County last summer and has been a great addition to our K9 program. Edo currently works the night shift.
As a lot of you know, our K9 program now has a small operating budget but functions largely on donations and fundraisers. You can purchase a Tshirt which helps support our K9 program by contacting Corporal Kyle Schaefer at kschaefer@co.hendricks.in.us. Tshirts are available for $20 each and hooded sweatshirts are available for $30 each.
We will also have Tshirts and sweatshirts available for sale this weekend (first come first serve) at the 14th Hendricks County Humane Society's Dogtona event. Dogtona is being held at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds on Saturday April 1st from 10am - 3pm. One of our K9 handlers will be on site and one of the Sheriff's K9's will be providing a demonstration at 1:00pm of how our dogs work for the community. Come on out and see us and support our four-legged officers at the Humane Society's Dogtona event.
Did we mention that these tshirts are Pawesome???
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 16th, 2017 at 2:02am
I had the honor of helping one of our local BPA groups at the Danville Middle School with a safety project. I am told that they won first place at their state competition. Please take a look and think about their message of safety. Great job girls. Thanks out to Mrs. McGovern.
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, February 25th, 2017 at 6:30am
As a reminder, there is a slight risk of severe weather this afternoon. The increased risk is to the east of Hendricks County, however we are at a moderate risk of strong winds this afternoon. Please be aware of local weather broadcasts for updated weather information.
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Friday, February 17th, 2017 at 8:25am
Today, Sheriff Clark held a reception in honor of retiring Sgt. Robert Kell Miles. Sgt. Miles started with the Hendricks County Sheriff's Office in January of 1987. Sgt. Miles began his career working as a jail deputy and then became a sworn Merit Deputy in January of 1989. Sgt. Miles worked for 28 years in the Enforcement Division and has been a Taser instructor, a member of the Emergency Response Team as well as a member of the Sheriff's Honor Guard. At the time of his retirement, Sgt. Miles was a supervisor working night shift. Kell is looking forward to staying busy and spending more time with his grandchildren. Please join with us in wishing Kell a Happy Retirement!
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, February 11th, 2017 at 2:51am
Sheriff Brett Clark recently commended Deputy Don Donaldson and Deputy Nicholas Korpal for their actions in a drug investigation near SR 267 and I-70 in Plainfield. The thorough work of both Deputies led to the arrest of four individuals from Indianapolis and Columbus, Indiana for dealing drugs and illegally possessing handguns. In addition to seizing the 3 handguns, the Deputies recovered 126 grams of marijuana, $467 in cash, 3 strips of Suboxone film, and 500 clonazepam tablets. Great work by these Deputies for making the streets of Hendricks County a little safer!
L to R in photo: Deputy Nicholas Korpal, Deputy Don Donaldson, Sheriff Brett Clark, Captain Jack Sadler, and Corporal Evan Love
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office
Hendricks County Sheriff's Office shared Indiana Sheriffs' Association's post.Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 at 9:01am