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EATON COUNTY JAIL Address

EATON COUNTY JAIL
1025 INDEPENDENCE BLVD.
CHARLOTTE, MI
48813

EATON COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 203
Inmate Capacity: 224
Year Constructed: 1989
Full-Time Staff: 48
Total Staff Salaries: $3,400,000

Phone:(517) 543-3512

Eaton County Sheriff's Office

The Eaton County Sheriff's Office is proud to serve the citizens of Eaton County.
Eaton County Sheriff's Office
Eaton County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, April 25th, 2017 at 8:47am
Eaton County Sheriff’s Office receives K-9 Extensive Trauma Kit for K-9 Cash from Back the Badge Michigan

Ms. Amy Waldrop, Chris Nelson, and Derica Guerra from Back the Badge Michigan came to the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office today and presented Deputy Aaron Campbell and his K9 partner, Cash, with a canine extensive trauma first aid kit to take on patrol. The kits are called “buddy bags” and contain items designed for emergency first aid use in the event that K9 Cash is injured in the line of duty.

Deputy Campbell will receive training from Drs. Shull and Gehrke of the MSU Veterinary Clinic to apply these items to stabilize serious injuries to K9 Cash so he can be transported to the clinic for medical treatment.

Back the Badge Michigan received donations from Lansing Old Town restaurant Meat Southern B.B.Q., Carnivore Cuisine, and Waldrop Auto Repair of Grand Ledge from a fund raising event.

Sheriff Tom Reich is grateful for the strong support of Back the Badge Michigan and the generosity of those who contributed to provide this valuable life saving kit.

Please tune in to WILX TV-10 at 6:00 p.m. for the news story.

Pictured below from l to r: Dep. Aaron Campbell, Dr. Gehrke, Dr. Shull, Amy Waldrop, and Derica Guerra, and front and center K-9 Cash
Eaton County Sheriff's Office
Eaton County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, April 25th, 2017 at 4:34am
Race is May 7th. One week left for the super low price of $20 entry fee that gives you a free t-shirt as well. Entry fee goes up May 1st. Bring the kids to do the obstacle course and they will get some free stuff also. You can sign up online at https://runsignup.com/Race/MI/Lansing/FIVEO5K
Eaton County Sheriff's Office
Eaton County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 1:26am
Eaton County Sheriff Tom Reich announces the following Capital Area Humane Society sponsored Pet Health Fair hosted at Eaton County Animal Control, 1065 Courthouse Drive, Charlotte:


Pet Health Fair
Friday, May 5 from 2-6 p.m.
Eaton County Animal Control

 Free distemper and rabies vaccines
 Wellness exams
 Please note that you will be required to show some type of proof that you are in need of these services and are unable to pay. The following are examples of documents we will accept:
 Social Security
 Unemployment
 Bridge Card
 Michigan Section 8
 Military ID (active)
 College ID (currently enrolled)

No appointment needed. We will see up to 200 pets on first come, first served basis. All dogs must be leashed. All cats must be in a carrier. CAHS is providing this service only to benefit your family and pet. For more information, please contact the Capital Area Humane Society at (517) 626-6060.
Eaton County Sheriff's Office
Eaton County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 1:22am
Eaton County Sheriff’s Office receives K-9 Extensive Trauma Kit for K-9 Cash from Back the Badge Michigan -

On Monday, April 24th, at 3:30 pm, Ms. Amy Waldrop and Derica Guerra from Back the Badge Michigan will be at the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office to present Deputy Aaron Campbell and his K9 partner, Cash, with a canine extensive trauma first aid kit to take on patrol. The kits are called “buddy bags” and contain items designed for emergency first aid use in the event that K9 Cash is injured in the line of duty.

Deputy Campbell will receive training from the MSU Veterinary Clinic to apply these items to stabilize serious injuries to K9 Cash so he can be transported to the clinic for medical treatment.

Back the Badge Michigan received donations from Lansing Old Town restaurant Meat Southern B.B.Q., Carnivore Cuisine, and Waldrop Auto Repair of Grand Ledge from a fund raising event.

Sheriff Tom Reich is grateful for the strong support of Back the Badge Michigan and the generosity of those who contributed to provide this valuable life saving kit.
Eaton County Sheriff's Office
Eaton County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 5:31am
Please be aware, three Eaton County citizens this morning called us to report that they received calls from people claiming they were with the IRS threatening them with legal action. Please do not give out any personal information. These calls are coming from scam artists, not the IRS. If the IRS has any reason to contact you, they will do so by letter. If you get one of these calls, please report it to the IRS Inspector General at 800-366-4484. Thank you.
Eaton County Sheriff's Office
Eaton County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, April 21st, 2017 at 6:14am
The Eaton County Sheriff’s Office is hosting the third Annual Five O 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, May 7th, 2017 at Sharp Park in Delta Township, Lansing, Michigan. The race starts at 10:00 a.m.

This event promises to be a fun-filled event for the entire family. In addition to the 5K Run/Walk, we will have an obstacle course for kids of all ages, a large display of emergency vehicles, and refreshments. First, second, and third place medals will be awarded in each age group.

In years past, proceeds from this event have paid for memorial plaques at the gravesites of our three fallen Deputies-Deputy Rice, Deputy Foster and Deputy Platt, and we were able to help so many other projects such as helping to fund ten honor guard uniforms, helping the Law Enforcement Unity Tour, contributing to the Michigan Law Enforcement Memorial, and other events that are law enforcement related.

The purpose of this event is to raise funds to again help any law enforcement related projects including continuing to support the Law Enforcement Unity Tour and helping to fund more honor guard equipment. We use the honor guard at many functions including funerals that are law enforcement related. We also continue to give donations to area events or memorials that honor fallen officers.

We are also fortunate to have such noteworthy sponsors as Cops & Donuts, Quality Dairy, Canteen Services, Hedlund Plumbing, Dart Bank, MSU Federal Credit Union, and Commissioners Jane Whitacre and Howard Spence, just to name a few. We are grateful to our sponsors and the outpouring of community support for this annual event.

If you would like to participate in this family-oriented event, please visit the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office facebook page or email Jerri Nesbitt at Jnesbitt@eatoncounty.org for a registration form. Also, please contact Jerri at 517-543-5019 if you have any questions.