Lookup Jail Inmates in DANE County Wisconsin. Results Include: Arrests, Mugshots, Charges, Bond or Fine, Arresting Agency, DOB, Jail ID, Address, Booking Date, Court File Number
Visit the Sheriff’s Website for Jail Information in DANE County Here: https://danesheriff.com/default.aspx
DANE COUNTY JAIL Address
DANE COUNTY JAIL
115 WEST DOTY STREET
DANE COUNTY JAIL Statistics
According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 978
Inmate Capacity: 949
Year Constructed: 1958
Full-Time Staff: 250
Total Staff Salaries: $18,976,526
|Dane County, WI Offense Statistics
|Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter
|Rape (revised and legacy definition)
|Motor Vehicle Theft
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
City of Madison, Wisconsin Government
Posted Friday, January 18, 2019 1:20 PM: Streets Division crews will be working through the night to keep the roads safe. Once the snow begins to accumulate on the roads this afternoon, 32 trucks will be deployed to plow and salt the salt routes. Salt routes make up nearly half of the traffic lanes of Madison. They are the major thoroughfares, Madison Metro bus routes, and the roads around schools and hospitals. Additional trucks will be called in to apply sand to certain residential hills and curves that need material but do not qualify for salt. Trucks will continue looping through these routes for the duration of the storm.
Roadway users should anticipate a slow and slippery evening commute. Slick conditions will likely continue through the overnight hours as well as the storm wears on. While salt route crews will be out once the snows begin, during active snowfalls their work will become covered again and the salt route will remain snow covered until the plow truck can make another loop through their route. And, with the active snowfall and increasing winds through the night, visibility and drifting issues may occur in outlying areas.
All roadway users are encouraged to make good choices. Be slow, patient, and alert on the roads. Remember to allow for extra stopping distance. And be sure to allow for extra travel times and anticipate encountering snowy roads, especially on untreated residential areas.
As a reminder, the Streets Division does not plow all of the city roads until there are three or more inches of snow on the roads and the storm is at or near its end. Streets Division staff will be monitoring the roads and the weather throughout the night. If a citywide plowing or snow emergency declaration becomes necessary, another update will be provided.