HCSO Citizen's Academy Every Thursday @ 6:30
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office very own Neil Hoard will be conducting this year's K9 Camp and your help is needed.
Sign-up opportunities for preparing/serving meals for both breakfast and dinner as well as opportunities to assist with the training are available through SignupGenius. Click the button below to sign up. You don't need a SignupGenius account to sign-up!
Volunteers are invited to watch/participate in the K-9 activities. These dogs are all passive trackers and sniffers. No attack dogs in this camp. Wear old clothes and be prepared to be licked! Training will be fluid with venues changing daily. Training times will be 8 to 4. Agenda will be announced at breakfast each day.
As Public Service Recognition Week (May 2 – May 8) comes to an end, the members of HCSOCAAA would like to honor the men and women who serve our nation as federal, state, county and local government employees. With the ripple effects of a global pandemic stretching the nation thin, new circumstances continue to test public services in new ways. Yet these agencies and their dedicated staff at the federal, state, local levels adapt and innovate to keep serving the public during trying and rapidly changing circumstances.
Many of these agencies were on the frontlines of supporting a public in dire need of help as the threat of a pandemic brought unexpected financial hardship and unemployment, growing mental and physical health challenges, rapidly changing safety protocols and new regulations. And despite work conditions that limit in-person interactions, these government employees continually found a way to meet and go above and beyond the growing needs of the public.
Agencies like the our Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, and many more throughout the county are able to quickly adapt and innovate to ensure the experience behind their services didn’t falter during incredible uncertainty and public need. To celebrate Public Service Recognition Week, we honor and thank each and every one of them!
Rolling out new uniforms at the Sheriff's Office! These uniforms are designed to improve the health and safety of our deputies by redistributing equipment weight. When you see them in your community, come check them out!
The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office will be conducting the Citizen's Academy Class 2021-22 beginning April 1st through June 17, 2021. The eleven-week classes will be held in the HSCO Training Room from 6:30pm to 9:00pm. Be sure to support the HCSOCA!
This annual 13-day event will begin July 12 and the riders are raising money to support the families left behind when a law enforcement officer dies in the line of duty. Our former Citizen's Academy leader, Bryant Orem, helps organize the event and will be cycling the full distance, as well.
You can support Bryant's efforts with a donation by clicking this link or by sending a check to Bryant Orem at Indiana Law Enforcement Academy, 5402 Sugar Grove Road, Plainfiled, IN 46168-0313.
Set your calendar's so you can cheer for the riders. For the full route click here.
Hamilton County has a program that allows residents to provide information about themselves that could be helpful to police, firefighters, paramedics and 911 operators should they need to utilize 911 services
The primary use for Smart 911 is to link phone numbers to medical information that may be relevant during an emergency, Individuals enrolled can link important information, like medical conditions, their home address, other members of the household and their physical descriptions and medical needs.
The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Citizens Academy Alumni Association is offering you yet another way to get the most important HCSOCAAA news and information, right to your phone.
Message and data rates may apply. Once you start receiving texts from HCSOCAAA reply “HELP” if you have questions and someone from HCSOCAAA will get back to you. Reply “STOP” at any time to cancel.
To get started, simply type the word "YES" to contact number: 317-207-2977.
You can now purchase gift cards to give to on-duty Sheriff's Deputies, right here on our website. Go to the DONATIONS page. Under Gift Cards, click GIVE. Choose as many cards as you wish, indicate the quantity and pay online. Just follow the payment instruction provided when checking out.
Our staff will be delighted to get the cards to the HCSO staff right away! Your purchase will be greatly appreciated by the Deputies!!