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ELLIS COUNTY JAIL Address

ELLIS COUNTY JAIL
300 SOUTH JACKSON STREET
WAXAHACHIE, TX
75165

ELLIS COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 370
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 105
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(972) 825-4901

Ellis County Sheriff's Office
Ellis County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, January 23rd, 2017 at 3:45pm
Sheriff Johnny Brown's column for this week:

If you’re still making resolutions for the New Year, one you might want to add into the mix is learning more about how you can stay safe when you and your family – especially your children – are engaging with the Internet. We’ve become such an electronically-connected world where much of our lives is spent online that you may be feeling safer than you really are.

Online security is particularly important where your children are concerned. There are several good sources of information on this topic, including information you can find online at this website maintained by the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team, https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/tips/ST05-002.

I’m listing below seven actions the CERT site recommends that will not only help protect your child but also serve to protect your whole family:

• Be involved – don’t turn your kid loose on a computer to figure things out on their own. Work with them on computer-related projects that will allow you to observe what they’re doing at the same time you’re teaching them good habits where the online world is concerned.

• Keep your computer in an open area – this allows you to keep your child and computer in view so that you’re at least somewhat aware of what they’re doing online as well as being in the area to answer any questions or even step in if necessary.

• Set rules and warn about dangers – you should set boundaries for your child relating to their online activity. You need to also teach them about the internet’s dangers in a manner that’s appropriate for their age and maturity level

• Monitor computer activity – you should have an idea of what your child is doing online, from the websites they’re visiting to which social media channels they’ve signed up for and are using.

• Keep lines of communication open – your child should always feel they can come to you at any time with their questions, whether those are about the internet or anything else going on in their lives.

• Consider partitioning your computer into separate accounts – if you’re all using the same computer and your software lets you, setting up different user accounts for your children can keep your important files safe from an accidental modification or deletion.

There’s more detail to support each of these seven actions at the link I included above. Feel free to search the rest of the CERT site, as well, for more information you can use to keep you and your family safe online. The CERT website has information and tips on multiple topics relating to online security that range from simple tips to technical papers about advanced cyberthreats.

Please, everyone, let’s keep our military and service personnel in our thoughts and prayers. We enjoy our rights and freedoms because of their service and safekeeping of our great nation. Y’all have a Blessed Week.
Ellis County Sheriff's Office
Ellis County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, January 22nd, 2017 at 7:18am
Did you know there are five permanent drop box locations in Ellis County where you can safely dispose of unwanted and unused medications? Both prescription and over-the-counter medications can be dropped off at the following locations during normal business hours:
• Ellis County Constable Pct. 1 Office, 207 S. Sonoma Trail, Ennis
• Italy Police Department, 161 W. Main St., Italy
• Midlothian Police Department, 1150 N. U.S. Highway 67, Midlothian
• Red Oak Police Department, 547 N. Methodist St., Red Oak
• Waxahachie Police Department, 216 N. College St., Waxahachie
Ellis County Sheriff's Office
Ellis County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, January 22nd, 2017 at 6:47am
Did you know there are five permanent drop box locations in Ellis County where you can safely dispose of unwanted and unused medications? Both prescription and over-the-counter medications can be dropped off at the following locations during normal business hours:
• Ellis County Constable Pct. 1 Office, 207 S. Sonoma Trail, Ennis
• Italy Police Department, 161 W. Main St., Italy
• Midlothian Police Department, 1150 N. U.S. Highway 67, Midlothian
• Red Oak Police Department, 547 N. Methodist St., Red Oak
• Waxahachie Police Department, 216 N. College St., Waxahachie
Please help keep medicines out of the wrong hands and protect our environment by using these safe disposal sites.
Ellis County Sheriff's Office
Ellis County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, January 20th, 2017 at 8:52pm
Burglary reports for Jan. 16-20: 100 block of Devonshire Drive, Waxahachie (vehicle); 8700 block of Singleton Road, Midlothian (building); and 1200 block of Eastgate Drive, Midlothian (building).
Are you interested in forming a Neighborhood Crime Watch? Contact our Crime Prevention Division Deputies at 972-937-6060 to learn what steps you can take to keep you, your family and belongings safe and secure. For more information, you also can visit our website at www.elliscountysheriff.com and click on Crime Prevention on the left hand side of the home page.
Ellis County Sheriff's Office
Ellis County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, January 20th, 2017 at 6:48am
Have you lost your dog or has it gone missing? Be sure and contact the Ellis County SPCA to check if it is there. The Ellis County Sheriff’s Office has a contract with the SPCA and any stray dogs picked up by our animal control officers are taken to that organization. Dogs are held 72 hours for an owner to claim. Contact the SPCA at 972-935-0756 or office@elliscountyspca.org.
Ellis County Sheriff's Office
Ellis County Sheriff's OfficeWednesday, January 18th, 2017 at 6:46am
The Ellis County Sheriff’s Office has established an Exchange Zone for personal, business and civil transactions in the parking lot southeast of the jail. This Exchange Zone is intended to provide a place where people can feel more secure when meeting someone in-person. Two parking spots have been marked with our Exchange Zone signage and they’re both within view of our high definition video cameras.
The community is welcome to use this Exchange Zone. Many people are using online marketplaces, such as Facebook pages, to sell and buy items. Often times, those transactions mean people are meeting up face-to-face with strangers. There have been reports of scams and threats during some of those transactions and the Exchange Zone is intended to help address those. Exchange Zones also have been used for civil transactions, such as transferring children for visitation purposes.
Regardless of whether you’re in our parking lot or somewhere else, we encourage you to always exercise caution anytime money and goods are changing hands, especially if you’re dealing with strangers on these types of transactions.
The Sheriff's Office and Jail are located at 300 S. Jackson St., Waxahachie. The parking lot is at the southeast corner of the jail.
Ellis County Sheriff's Office
Ellis County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, January 16th, 2017 at 6:41pm
The Ellis County Sheriff’s Office reminds livestock owners they have the ability to go online and upload information about their animals into the “cowdex,” which is a database that helps notify them in the event their animals get loose. Owners whose animals are already listed are asked to use this free service to update the information on file.
The cowdex is for any animals other than dogs and cats. People who own livestock of any kind in Ellis County are encouraged to submit the information to the cowdex, which is a service provided at no cost. Access the online registration by visiting the ECSO website at www.elliscountysheriff.com. Go down the left rail to Animal Control and click to bring up a link to the cowdex’s online registration form.
Those who do not have access to a computer can submit their information in writing by dropping it off at the Sheriff’s Office, located at 300 S. Jackson St., Waxahachie, TX 75165, or by mailing it to the same address.
Ellis County Sheriff's Office
Ellis County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, January 16th, 2017 at 4:38pm
Burglary reports for Jan. 7-15: 100 block of Royal Park Lane, Waxahachie (vehicle), 300 block of Savannah St., Red Oak (building) and 1000 block of Wolf Springs Road, Ferris (habitation).
Are you interested in forming a Neighborhood Crime Watch? Contact our Crime Prevention Division Deputies at 972-937-6060 to learn what steps you can take to keep you, your family and belongings safe and secure. For more information, you also can visit our website at www.elliscountysheriff.com and click on Crime Prevention on the left hand side of the home page.