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Visit the Sheriff’s Website for Jail Information in Newaygo County Here:




According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 180
Inmate Capacity: 212
Year Constructed: 1967
Full-Time Staff: 37
Total Staff Salaries: $1,573,245

Phone:(231) 689-7024

Newaygo County, MI Offense Statistics
Violent Crime50
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter0
Rape (revised and legacy definition)20
Aggravated Assault30
Property Crime248
Motor Vehicle Theft2
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

Newaygo County Sheriff's Office

Welcome to the Newaygo County Sheriff's Office Facebook page. This was designed to inform our citizens about special events, traffic hazards, safety tips and other information that will help promote a safe community.
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Newaygo County Sheriff's Office shared Oakland County Sheriff's Office's post.Friday, November 24th, 2017 at 4:13am
Please keep the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office and the Deputies family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Oakland County Deputy was tragically killed on duty while protecting and serving.
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Newaygo County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, November 23rd, 2017 at 7:17am
Stay Safe on the Roads This Thanksgiving:
Buckle Up–Every Trip. Every Time.

Newaygo County, MI—As millions of travelers flood the roads this Thanksgiving, the Newaygo County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to share an important lifesaving reminder: Buckle Up–Every Trip. Every Time.

During the 2015 Thanksgiving weekend, 301 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes nationwide, and 53 percent were not their wearing seat belts at the time of the fatal crash. Nighttime proved even more deadly, with 57 percent of Thanksgiving weekend crashes occurring at night. Much like drunk driving, these deaths represent needless tragedies for families across America. These deaths could have been completely prevented with the simple click of a seat belt.

“Year after year, we are devastated by stories of family members who are killed on their way to Thanksgiving festivities,” said Sheriff Mendham. “Nearly half of all drivers and passengers killed in crashes on Thanksgiving weekend in 2015 were not wearing seat belts at the time of their fatal crash. This statistic is just unacceptable when we know that seat belt use is one of the simplest ways to stay safe while riding in a vehicle.”

NHTSA estimates that proper seat belt use reduces the risk of fatal injury to front seat passengers by 45 percent, and the risk of moderate to serious injury by 50 percent. In 2015, approximately 13,941 people survived crashes because they were buckled up. If everyone had worn their seat belts that year, an additional 2,804 lives could have been saved. NHTSA’s research also reveals that males are more likely to be unbuckled than females in a fatal crash, and that younger drivers are also at greater risk of being unbuckled. In fact, in 2015, 52 percent of the males killed in crashes were not buckled up at the time of the crash, compared to 42 percent of females. The13- to 15-year-old and 18- to 34-year-old age groups had the highest percentages (57% and 58%,

respectively) of occupants killed who were not wearing their seat belts at the time of the fatal crash.

“Our goal with the Buckle Up—Every Trip. Every Time. seat belt awareness campaign is to save lives—period,” said Sheriff Mendham. “Hopefully, this campaign reminds Thanksgiving travelers, and all drivers, about the importance of buckling up–every trip, every time. Thanksgiving should be a happy time, not a tragic one.”

Whether you’re a passenger or the driver, riding long distances or short, please buckle your seat belt. Doing so ensures everyone arrives safely to their Thanksgiving destinations. Remember: Buckle Up–Every Trip. Every Time.

For more information about traveling safely during Thanksgiving, please visit

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Newaygo County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, November 21st, 2017 at 1:49pm
Over the past couple weeks, employees of the Sheriff’s Office gave donations to support local families during the Thanksgiving Holiday. Tonight, the men and women of the Sheriff’s Office delivered 10 meals to families within the County. This included a turkey, potatoes, corn, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and a pumpkin pie.

Thank you to all the staff for giving back to the community.
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Newaygo County Sheriff's OfficeTuesday, November 21st, 2017 at 7:17am
UPDATE: Missing Person

The morning of November 20th, missing persons James Powles was located safe and sound.
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Newaygo County Sheriff's Office shared Michigan Sheriffs' Association's post.Sunday, November 12th, 2017 at 12:43am
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Newaygo County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, November 9th, 2017 at 1:55am
UPDATE: We believe Mr. Powell has shaved his head.

The Newaygo County Sheriff's Office is asking for your assistance in locating James William Powles, 70, W/M 6-2/ 165 Blue eyes/ gray hair. He was last seen driving a red 2002 Ford F150 bearing BTD3930. Last seen in the area of Ensley Township on 11-7-17 about 1:45 p.m. Mr. Powles may have dementia and may be lost or confused. If you see him please contact the Newaygo County Sheriff's Office 231-689-7303 or Newaygo County Central Dispatch 231-689-5288 or call 911.