Lookup Inmate Records in Tippecanoe County Indiana. Results Include: Arrests, Mugshots, Charges, Residence, Booking Dates, Physical Description, Bond Amount, Scheduled Release, Statute, Court and Cause #


Visit the Sheriff’s Website for Jail Information in Tippecanoe County Here: http://tippecanoe.in.gov/467/Current-Inmate-Listing


Tippecanoe County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 490
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 65
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(765) 423-1655

Tippecanoe County, IN Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 48
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 0
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 6
Robbery 5
Aggravated Assault 37
Property Crime 638
Burglary 219
Larceny-theft 368
Motor Vehicle Theft 51
Arson 2
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, March 21st, 2019 at 1:29am
Many woke up today not feeling 🤮, just a bit 😠. March Mad that is or shall we call it Madness. Everyone is a better coach, fire this one, hire that one. Ok, I might do that too. 😂😂😂😂It’s the time of year where we have better coaches sitting at home or a restaurant 😂😂watching 🏀 game after 🏀 game. MARCH MADNESS is here and the only known cure is to sit back, yell at the tv, and change channels like you have never changed them before. Commercials are stupid, we all know that, but without them, when would you take a break to grab another snack?

Many will begin feeling sick around the 26th chicken wing. Tough through it, do not quit, there are 800 more games to watch. If you end up partaking in a few to many brown pops or mixed drinks, be smart and call an Uber, Lyft, cab, or a friend. Don't get a DUI, you don't want us to drive you home because you wont' be going home. Bond, court costs, attorney fees, possible loss of a job will cost you way more than that coaching contract you think you deserve. 🙂 🙂

Games are on TruTV, CBS, TNT, and TBS.

Enjoy the games and enjoy the company, and don't forget.....

Get along, talk nice to each other, don't take things that aren't yours, and call us if you need us.
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office shared a post.Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 at 11:38am
Congratulations to these outstanding West Lafayette Police Officers. Not only are the citizens of West Lafayette lucky to have these officers serving and protecting them but all of Tippecanoe County is lucky to have them. Their actions and accomplishments benefit the citizens they serve and protect along with all first responders they come in contact with. Thanks again for everything you do, congratulations, and stay safe.
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, March 19th, 2019 at 7:00am
*****This is a post for you to share no matter where you live, let's help someone today*********

Domestic Violence. There is nothing attractive, warm, heartfelt, cheerful, or hopeful about those words. Often, we hear the terms: trapped, isolated, alone on an island, controlled, pain, trauma, abuse, hate, and battered. There are many many more, but just one of those terms should strike fear in you.

Those of us that have not lived through or in this traumatic environment struggle to understand what a victim of domestic abuse goes through and we hope we never have to. Those of us in law enforcement have responded to numerous domestic incidents and in many instances, these are the hardest types of calls to go on and hours later try to get off of your mind. The look of fear in the victim’s eyes, and the lost look in the eyes of the children that are present is enough to make you lose sleep at night. What do you do when there aren’t any marks, nobody will speak, or nobody will leave? You want them to leave for their safety, but you can’t force them. You can’t carry them to your car and take them away to start a better life. These kinds of decision must be made by the victim themselves and the best we can do is offer them an ear and safety options.

We hear things like, this is the last time, he/she promised to never do it again, it was my fault, we are under a lot of stress, and I don’t have anywhere to go. These situations become increasingly concerning when you add children. They see things, hear things, and experience things people, let alone children, should never have to.

Let us help you, let us listen, let us give you some resources you can take with you to start a new life. There are resources out there, and knowledgeable and caring people who can help guide you if you want to escape an abusive life. Just ask, reach out, you don’t have to feel trapped anymore.


YWCA Domestic Violence hotline and shelter, womens’ and kids’ groups, Hispanic advocacy and resource help: 765-423-1118

Bauer Family Resource Program: 765-742-4848, family programs and counseling

Lafayette Transitional Housing, case management and housing resources 765-423-4880

Norah Ashcraft, victim advocate at Lafayette Police Department, legal advocacy, court guidance, resources, domestic violence education 765-807-1208

Sheriff Goldsmith
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, March 19th, 2019 at 1:05am
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, March 18th, 2019 at 4:46am
Good morning everyone, I hope you are enjoying the sunshine☀️ There is a chill in the air and our building was pretty cold when we first arrived, but it heated up quickly.

Travis Butts left our agency last year and we are happy announce that he is back with us again as Deputy Travis Butts. After a short refresher, he will be back patrolling Tippecanoe County. There are good times ahead at our department and we are glad he will be part of our team as we move forward. For those of you don't know him, he is the taller one in the picture. 😂😂😂😂

Gotta get back to work as I am sure many of you have to as well.

Get along, talk nice to each other, don't take things that aren't yours, and call us if you need us.
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office
Tippecanoe County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, March 17th, 2019 at 2:10am
Go t 4 blanket, diapers, school clothes, t-shirts, and snickers. Hmmmm, looks like someone tried to use speech to text to say, "let's take a shot at fooling mother nature". 😂😂😂😂😂 I know, it isn't even close, but speech to text rarely is. Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone, please wear your green.

Since we are always wondering if we are going to have a white Christmas to the point it has an effect on the mood of some people, how about we try something. Let's all put up our Christmas trees, lights on the houses, stockings, binge watch Hallmark Christmas movies, and eat holiday type treats until we are sick 🤢. We can do this until we have 5 days in a row of no snow and the tempearture is over 40 degrees. Who's with us?

We should thank all the spring breakers for talking about how warm it was and that they didn't see any snow. THANK YOU, now look out your window and see what you did❄️❄️❄️❄️

Good day to catch up on what the family has been doing. For those of you preparing for wave 2 of spring break, enjoy, but be careful as you travel because this white stuff falling from the sky tends to effect our ability to slow down and think while we drive. Be careful, enjoy the day, and have a safe week at work.

Get along, talk nice to each other, don't take things that aren't yours, and call us if you need us.