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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
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Ionia County Sheriff Office added 5 new photos.Saturday, January 14th, 2017 at 3:59am
On 1/14/17 at approximately 2:25am, Deputies with the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office in coordination with the Belding Fire Department were dispatched to the report of a car being found on fire in a ditch at Zahm Road and Krupp Road in Otisco Township.

Once the fire had been extinguished it was determined that no one was in the car or had been injured in the fire. The driver and occupant of the vehicle had left the scene prior to police arrival. The incident remains under investigation. Assisting on the scene was Life EMS and the Belding Police Department.
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Ionia County Sheriff Office shared Kent County Sheriff Department's photo.Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 at 8:53pm
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Ionia County Sheriff OfficeTuesday, January 10th, 2017 at 6:10am
News 8 is reporting the following schools are closed today 1/10/17
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Ionia County Sheriff Office added 3 new photos.Sunday, January 8th, 2017 at 9:59am
On January 7th at approximately 1125 hours a deputy from the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to an unknown rollover accident that occurred in the yard of 7590 W Blue Water Hwy. Upon arriving on scene the deputy made contact with the driver and passenger of the vehicle. The passenger, a 21 year old man from Saranac, suffered minor lacerations to the mouth. It was determined that the driver, a 51 year old man from Saranac, was hauling a trailer full of wood when the trailer began to sway out of control. The driver attempted to gain control of the vehicle by speeding up. The driver lost control of the vehicle, ran off the road sideways, and struck a tree. The driver was arrested on scene for operating while intoxicated. The driver was treated and released by Sparrow Hospital before being lodged at the Ionia County Jail.
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Ionia County Sheriff OfficeSunday, January 1st, 2017 at 4:18am
On December 31st, 2016, Sheriff's Deputies were called to the area of Centerline Rd and Pinkney Rd in Keene Township around 8:00 P.M. for a report of a lost hunter. The area was being searched upon our arrival and additional Deputies and Troopers from the Michigan State Police responded to also search the area. MSP also provided a K-9 unit as well as their Helicopter to assist in the search. The hunter was eventually located at approximately 2:30 A.M. walking on Pinkney Rd near Rickert Rd. The hunter was unharmed and in good health. Alcohol was a factor in him becoming lost and criminal charges are being sought. Assisting at the scene were the Michigan State Police, Saranac Fire Department, and Ionia County Search and Rescue.
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Ionia County Sheriff OfficeThursday, December 29th, 2016 at 2:58pm

Yesterday evening, the Sheriff’s Office received a message from a citizen through the department Facebook page in regard to how old a child can be in order to be left home alone by themselves. There is currently no law in Michigan specifying an age limit as to when parents can leave their children home alone. Parents or caregivers should take certain factors into consideration when trying to decide what the best age to leave children home alone may be. Some of these factors may include the age of the child, the child’s maturity level, any physical or mental impairments the child might have, the length of time the child would be left alone, the child’s access to help if needed (such as nearby neighbors or family members), etc.
The Sheriff’s Office has provided some suggestions below for various age groups and whether it may be appropriate for children in those age groups to be left alone.
Age Group Suggestions:
• Children 9 years of age or younger: Should not be left alone unsupervised
• Children 10-11 years of age: May be left alone but only for a short period of time (e.g. a few hours)
• Children 12-15 years of age: May be left alone for several hours but should not be left alone
• Children 16-17 years of age: May be left alone and even overnight, but should not be left alone for
more than 2 consecutive nights
Please note, these are merely suggestions and should not be accepted as State law. Parents and caregivers must ultimately make the decision as to what age they feel is appropriate for their children to be left home alone. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact the Sheriff’s Office by phone or through
the department Facebook page’s private messaging system.