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IONIA COUNTY JAIL Address

IONIA COUNTY
133 E. ADAMS STREET
IONIA, MI
48846

IONIA COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 119
Inmate Capacity: 132
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 26
Total Staff Salaries: $0

Phone:(616) 527-5390

Ionia County Sheriff Office

Ionia County Sheriff Dale Miller was elected as the Sheriff in 2012 after serving the department for over 27 years. The department is a full service agency, providing road patrol, special investigations, narcotics investigations, K-9, and is in partnership with the Ionia Department of Public Safety in providing the Ionia County Critical Incident Team (SWAT).Command Staff:Sheriff Dale Miller Undersheriff Charles Noll Jail Administrator Mark Jones Road Patrol Lt Roger VanderMolen
Ionia County Sheriff Office
Ionia County Sheriff OfficeWednesday, March 29th, 2017 at 6:45am
On March 28th, 2017, at approximately 11:17 a.m. the Ionia County Sheriff's office received a report of a missing two year old in Keene Township. Additional resources were sought from the Michigan State Police including two K-9 handlers and a helicopter. The Ionia County Search and Rescue Team was also paged out and responded to the scene. At approximately 12:20 p.m. a neighbor reported to a family member that they had seen the child just 5 minutes prior. The father of the child, who was searching the area on an ATV, responded to the area of the report and located his child. The child was checked by Life Ambulance and was not transported to the hospital. The child decided that he wanted to take the dog for a walk and had placed a leash on the dog and exited the home. The child and dog were found together, unharmed.
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Ionia County Sheriff OfficeSunday, March 26th, 2017 at 7:00am
On Wednesday March 22nd Terry Jungel, retired CEO and executive director of the Michigan Sheriffs’ Association was awarded the prestigious Richard H. Austin Long-Term Traffic Safety Award for his outstanding contributions to traffic safety by The Honorable Ruth Johnson, Secretary of State, at the Governor’s Traffic Safety Advisory Commission annual awards program. This award is presented to individuals or organizations who have made significant long-term contributions to the field of public safety.

Jungel, who recently retired, has worked to increase safety among teen drivers. Sheriffs Telling Our Parents and Promoting Educated Drivers (STOPPED) is a parental notification system developed by the MSA to reduce the number of young drivers injured or killed in motor vehicle crashes. Parents voluntarily register with the MSA any vehicle that will be operated by a driver under age 21. If the registered vehicle is stopped by sheriff’s deputies while a young driver is at the wheel, a notification is sent directly to the parents. More than 30,000 young drivers participate in STOPPED. Jungel worked with all 83 county sheriffs to implement this program through the state and developed a partnership with State Farm Insurance to help fund the effort.

The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Terry for his compassion and dedication to keep young drivers safe!
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Ionia County Sheriff OfficeSaturday, March 25th, 2017 at 7:00am
On Wednesday March 22nd the Ionia County Youth Advisory Council (YAC), represented by Jack Lufkin of Portland High School and Intermediate School District Superintendent Jason Mellema, was presented with the 2016 Outstanding Traffic Safety Achievement Award at the Governor’s Traffic Safety Advisory Commission annual awards program.

Students in the YAC plan, organize, and implement the annual Strive 2 Arrive Alive Teen Driver Safety Conference for high schoolers from across the state. The group contacts sponsors, searches for vendors, books guest speakers, and designs marketing materials. The 2016 event drew nearly 600 students and included six breakout sessions where students could hear speakers share their impactful stories about distracted driving. Through hard work and dedication, YAC members have created and maintained a program that has taught thousands of students, parents, teachers, administrators, and community members about the importance of teen driver safety.

The Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Jack Lufkin, Superintendent Mellema and members of the YAC for their commitment to organize and provide this valuable teen driver safety program!
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Ionia County Sheriff Office added 5 new photos.Friday, March 24th, 2017 at 5:46am
On Wednesday March 22nd, Mary Groom, retired bus driver with Ionia Public Schools, was presented with the prestigious Richard H. Austin Long-Term Traffic Safety Award for her outstanding contributions to traffic safety by The Honorable Ruth Johnson, Secretary of State, at the Governor’s Traffic Safety Advisory Commission annual awards program. This award is presented to individuals or organizations who have made significant long-term contributions to the field of public safety.

Mary, who retired in 2014, helped to develop and sustain a school assembly in 2004 on school bus safety for Ionia Public Schools. She was instrumental in launching the program and kept it going as new material, resources, and technology became available. Mary’s goal was to increase safety awareness for children, specifically those just starting school, and provide a refresher for returning students. The assembly focuses on bus danger zones (the most dangerous areas are close to the tires and right in front of the bus), correct riding protocol, and emergency evaluation.

Thank you and congratulations from the Sheriff’s Office Mary for your contributions to the safety of our children, our most precious cargo, as the travel to and from school each day!
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Ionia County Sheriff OfficeSaturday, March 18th, 2017 at 11:31am
The Ionia County Sheriff's Office is proud to announce the promotion of Lt. Andrew Bucholtz!
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Ionia County Sheriff Office added 4 new photos.Friday, March 17th, 2017 at 6:28am
March is reading month! Deputies from the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office will be visiting schools all around the county throughout the month of March to read children’s books to students. Today, Deputy Sommer and Deputy Veenstra visited classrooms at the Saranac Elementary School and read from classic Dr. Seuss books as well as other popular Law Enforcement related books. After reading the books, the children were able to speak with the deputies and learn about the roles that the police play within their communities while keeping them safe. Pictured is Deputies Sommer and Veenstra with students at the school after reading to them. Keep an eye out, one of our deputies may be paying a visit to a school near you!