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Taylor County Sheriff's Department

The Sheriff's Office operations are dependent upon both fees from services and a small portion of financial assistance from Taylor County Fiscal Court.

Unlike most law enforcement agencies in Kentucky, the Sheriff’s Office possesses more responsibilities.  The primary role is to serve the courts and the secondary role is law enforcement.  Other duties include:

  • Security is provided for both District and Circuit Court proceedings and Grand Jury while in session. 
  • The Sheriff is required to attend the monthly Fiscal Court meetings.
  • Inmates are transported to and from court proceedings from other jails and facilities throughout the state. 
  • Transportation duties also extend to include those needing psychiatric evaluations.
  • Kentucky law mandates that the Sheriff’s Office collect property taxes and distribute the appropriate amounts to each taxing district.
  • The office prepares applications to be mailed to Frankfort for Carrying Concealed Deadly Weapons (CCDW) permits.
  • Vehicle inspections are administered.
  • Civil and Criminal summons, Warrants, Subpoenas, Evictions, and additional papers are served.
  • Providing law enforcement is in addition to the duties mentioned here, and all are mandated by Kentucky Revised Statutes.
  • Lake patrol (through a contract with the Corps of Engineers).

All of these sources generate vital revenue. 

Sheriff's Office cannot carry over funds from one year to the next.  All excess fees are surrendered over to Fiscal Court with each year's end.  Every new year begins with a zero balance. It is necessary for the Sheriff’s Office to borrow $200,000 from the Kentucky State Treasurer on a yearly basis.  The loan, along with the fees from services, assures the Sheriff's Office operational needs are met. 

The Sheriff has an audit conducted each year by the State Auditor's office.  The audits completed include both fee and tax accounts.  The County Settlement's audit is executed by a private auditor.  All audits from 2011 to the present year have been favorable.

Sours: https://taylorcounty.us/sheriffs-department

Taylor County Sheriff’s Department
Larry Woebbeking, Sheriff
Corey Dassow, Chief Deputy

The Sheriff is the Chief Law Enforcement Officer elected for a four-year term. He is empowered to correct any unlawful situation that may occur. The Sheriff is presumed to be on duty twenty-four hours per day and is responsible for the protection of all citizens. It is the duty of the Sheriff to take charge and custody of the jail and the persons held there, and is responsible for Sheriff’s Sales. The Sheriff sees that all areas of the county are properly patrolled, accidents are investigated, and thefts and burglaries are handled promptly and properly. The Sheriff also directs the operation of the E-911 Communications Center which receives and dispatches calls for all emergency services.


Become a part of the MOST Successful Crime-Stopping Program Around. The Community Needs You!

If you have information regarding a crime CALL 1.866.89.CRIME

Remain Anonymous and receive a CASH REWARD UP TO $1,000

What is Crime Stoppers?
CRIME STOPPERS is a program that involves the public, the media and the police in a fight against crime. The program offers anonymity and cash rewards to persons who furnish information leading to the arrest of offenders and the capture of fugitives.

Citizens of any age who may have information concerning a crime can call our Toll-Free Crime Stopper TIP LINE at 1.866.892.7463. When you place the call, it is received on a private non-recorded phone line in the dispatch center at the Sheriff’s Department. The dispatcher will log the time, date and brief summary of the caller’s information. The caller is given a secret code number which is used in any subsequent transactions.

Callers may remain anonymous, with no pressure to reveal their identity. If the caller’s information results in the arrest of a criminal apprehension of a fugitive, arrangements are then made so the person can receive the reward in CASH and preserve their anonymity.

Nationally, CRIME STOPPERS cases have a 97% conviction rate. Wisconsin CRIME STOPPER Organization has recovered nearly $6 Million in Drugs and Property. The program works for you!

CRIME STOPPERS is a non-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is funded through donations from the public. Contributions are tax deductible. If you wish to make a donation to Crime Stoppers, please call the Taylor County Sheriff’s Department at 748.2200 for further information or send donations to:

Taylor County Crime Stoppers 224 South Second Street, Medford, WI 54451

We Need Your Support!

Sours: https://www.co.taylor.wi.us/departments/sheriff/
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Each agency is allowed to provide a summary of its highway safety enforcement and education activities for the year. By participating in the Governor’s Challenge, the agency is then eligible to participate in the National Association of Chiefs of Police Challenge.

In 2006, the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office was awarded 2nd place in the State of Georgia and the National Challenge. In 2007, the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office was awarded 3rd place in the State of Georgia Challenge and 1st place in the National Challenge. In 2008 the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office was awarded 1st place in the state of Georgia Challenge and 2nd place in the National Challenge. The Taylor County Sheriff’s Office was awarded 2nd place in the National Challenge for 2009.

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  • For emergencies, call 911
  • Non-Emergency Dispatch: 478-862-5451
  • Jail: 478-862-5444

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Sours: https://taylorcountyga.com/departments-sheriffs-office.php
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Taylor County Jail

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Taylor County Sheriff’s Office Information

Taylor County Sheriff’s Office

Wayne Padgett, Sheriff
Taylor County Sheriff’s Office
108 N Jefferson St. Suite 103
Perry, FL 32347
Phone: 850-584-4225

Taylor is a county in the State of Florida. According to the United States Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,232 square miles (3,190 sq. km). The county seat of Taylor is Perry. The largest city of Taylor County is Perry. Taylor County had a population of approximately 22,691 in the year 2010.

All completed employment applications should be submitted to:
Taylor County Sheriff’s Office
108 N Jefferson St. Suite 103
Perry, FL 32347
Phone: 850-584-4225

Taylor County Crime Statistics:

Taylor Annual Average Violent Crimes: 171
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program

Taylor County Jail Information

Taylor County Jail is located in Taylor County, Florida. The physical location of the Taylor County Jail is:

Taylor County Jail
108 N Jefferson St. Suite 103
Perry, FL 32347
Phone: 850-584-4333
Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Visitations Hours at Taylor County Jail:


9AM to 11AM,
12PM to 2PM,
7PM to 9PM,
2:15pm to 4:15PM

9AM to 11AM,
12:45AM to 2:45PM,
7PM to 9PM

7PM to 9PM

7PM to 9PM, (Females in Holding)
5PM to 7PM (Medical & Holding)

7PM to 9PM

Inmates can be filtered via their first names, middle names, last names, begin booking dates, and end booking dates.

Taylor County Sheriff’s Office Open Records Request

We have not found any records/reports on the Taylor County Sheriff’s Office. However, Open records can be collected from the Taylor County Administrative Complex during regular business hours. Requests for records can be made by completing and submitting the Open/Public Records Request Form.

The location and records request contact information are as follows:

Traci Rowell,
Taylor County Administrative Complex
Attn: Traci Rowell/Public Records Request
201 E. Green St.
Perry, Fl. 32347
Email: [email protected]
Fax: (850) 838-3501

Sours: http://floridainmatesearch.net/sheriff/taylor-county-jail/

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Inmate Visitation

Detention Center Inmates are not allowed contact visits with the public, either in- or outside the facility. For security reasons, the public cannot be told when an inmate is being transferred to another facility, or when he or she will be extradited from another facility or state.

Visitation Hours are from 8 AM to 8 PM, 7 Days A Week
(Each Inmate Is Allowed Two {2} Visits Per Week)

Prospective Visitors May Complete A One-Time Registration For Online Scheduling

Scheduling Must Be Completed No Later Than 10:00 PM On The Day Before The Visit

Website Registration & Scheduling:

Registration Via Phone: 325-691-7423

Visitation Scheduling May Be Completed Online, Via Phone (at the above number, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM), or In-Person in the Jail Lobby.

Visitors from "out-of-town" please note: You must live 150 or more miles from Abilene (DL with current address required), to be able to visit for one hour, twice a month. You can only register for a visit, in-person, at the jail office window - nothing can be arranged via phone or online.

There will be times when visits will be rescheduled due to court, work assignments, disciplinary action, sick call, attorney visits, and inmate housing re-assignments.
Commissary Deposits: Kiosk in Jail Lobby, or via www.RegentPay.com

Phone Deposits: Lobby Kiosk, Customer Service: 877-618-3516

Sours: https://www.taylorcountytexas.org/262/Detention-Center
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