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08/23/21

Hamilton County Sheriff's Daily Incidents

This application shows the Daily Incidents recorded by the Sheriff's Office for the last 30 days. This data is updated every night.

Look Up Current Inmates

This application shows the current Hamilton County Jail inmates.  The Hamilton County Jail is utilized to incarcerate pre-trial detainees for charges ranging from theft, OWI, rape, robbery, and murder; after their arrest and before their sentencing, as well as individuals who have been sentenced by the courts to serve time in jail. 

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Remembering Trooper Richard Brown

September 27

In Memory of the Hamilton County Officer Killed in the Line of Duty

Trooper Richard Gerald Brown
Indiana State Police from Hamilton County
E.O.W. - September 27, 1967

While investigating an early morning car-truck collision on I-74 in Boone County, Trooper Brown was struck by an oncoming vehicle. Trooper Brown and two others were fatally injured in the crash.

As we remember this fallen officer, we take comfort in recalling that he dedicated his life to the principles of honor, duty and courage.
Such a life is truly rich.

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September 1

National Police K-9 Day

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FISHERS POLICE

E.O.W. 11-13-19

National Police K-9 Day is celebrated on September 1st annually.  It's a special day to honor Police Dogs and to memorialize those fallen Police K-9's that gave their lives in the line of duty.  This is a day to say THANK YOU to them for putting their lives on the line everyday for our freedom and safety. Click Harlej's photo to visit his ODM Page.

Visit the K9 Officer Down Memorial page to pay tribute to our recently fallen K9's.

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Fishers Public Safety Day

September 11

Fishers Safety Day is a free event takes place on Saturday, September 11 2021 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater located at 6 Municipal Drive Fishers, IN 46038. Safety Day welcomes families of all ages for live entertainment and demonstrations, delicious food, and opportunities to connect with local organizations.

Safety Day is a multitude of safety partners that will be present during the event, including:

  • Fishers, state and county Police Agencies

  • The Department of Natural Resources

  • The United States Army, Marine Corp. and National Guard, Navy, and Air Force

  • Representatives from the World Drone Organization, Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, local mental health organizations and more!

 

Safety Day is one way that Fishers Fire & Emergency Services is working to educate the public and provide opportunities to improve overall health and wellness in Fishers.

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National Day of Service and Remembrance

September 11

In observance of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, AmeriCorps invite you to help transform the anniversary of 9/11 into a day of worldwide day of unity and doing good in tribute to those who were killed and injured in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, as well as the many rescue and recovery workers and members of our military who bravely rose in service in response.

This event is not associated with HCSO or HCSOCAAA, however, it is an opportunity to honor those heroes by uniting in service and volunteerism throughout our community. 

Here are just a few Hamilton County volunteer opportunities available:

TRANSPORTATION IN HAMILTON COUNTY

FRIENDLY VISITOR IN HAMILTON COUNTY

SENIOR PHONE PAL IN HAMILTON COUNTY

TOGETHER TODAY VOLUNTEER IN HAMILTON COUNTY

ADVENTURE BOX PACKING

READUP - STONY CREEK: THURSDAYS

ST. VINCENT DEPAUL FOOD PANTRY/THRIFT STORE ASSISTANCE

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Carmel Public Safety Day

September 18

CANCELLED

After careful consultation with State Health Officials and review of current COVID data, the Carmel Police and Fire Departments have decided to cancel the 2021 Carmel Public Safety Day, which had been scheduled for September 18. With the number of positive cases and hospitalizations on the rise in central Indiana - and because this event attracts many young people who are not yet eligible to be vaccinated - we believe it is in the best interest of public health to not go forward with the event this year. We look forward to having the event at full capacity next year.

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September 1

National Police K-9 Day

HARLEJ

FISHERS POLICE

E.O.W. 11-13-19

National Police K-9 Day is celebrated on September 1st annually.  It's a special day to honor Police Dogs and to memorialize those fallen Police K-9's that gave their lives in the line of duty.  This is a day to say THANK YOU to them for putting their lives on the line everyday for our freedom and safety. Click Harlej's photo to visit his ODM Page.

Visit the K9 Officer Down Memorial page to pay tribute to our recently fallen K9's.

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National POW/MIA Day

September 17

A day to remember and honor those Americans who were prisoners of war and those who served and never returned home. DOD's POW/MIA Accounting Agency continues the search for the missing, fulfilling the nation's promise to leave no service member behind.

 

The point of POW/MIA Recognition Day is to ensure that America remembers and shows that it stands behind those who serve, and to make sure the Nation does everything it can to account for those who have never returned. 

 

This event is not associated with HCSO or HCSOCAAA, however, it is a reminder to take a moment to recognize these lost soldiers.

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Thank an Officer Day

September 18

Risking one’s life to save others is a job done only by heroes and that to real life heroes and those heroes are none other than police officers, thank you to this community of hero who go to any extent if at the risk of their life to make things easy for us.

Thank a Police Officer Day—also known as National Tell a Police Officer "Thank You" Day—celebrates police officers, with citizens letting them know how much they appreciate the work they do. Citizens may wish them a simple "thank you," or may perform small acts of gratitude on their behalf, such as buying them a coffee. Businesses are encouraged to donate something to them or to offer them discounts.

You can purchase Gift Cards in advance to be given to the Deputies on this day. See "GIFT CARDS" below or click the "Donations" button above. 

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Beyond the Badge 5k Run/Walk

September 19

The 20th Annual Beyond the Badge 5K Run & Walk, honoring the Jason Baker Foundation, Inc., 501(c)3, is scheduled for Sunday, September 19, 2021. Beyond the Badge is a 5K Run/Walk and a 1.5 mile Family Stroll at Crown Hill Cemetery. This event is in honor of Sheriff's Deputy Jason Baker, who made the ultimate sacrifice on September 17, 2001, protecting our community. Proceeds from the event go to the Jason Baker Foundation, Inc., a 501 (c) 3, provides scholarships for those pursuing a career in the field of public safety.

Unlike other run/walks, this special event combines the reverence of the opening memorial ceremony with the excitement of the competitive 5K race and the fun of the non-competitive fitness walk. An event favorite is the popular team competition for both civilian and public safety teams. A team trophy is awarded to the winning team in each division. More importantly, the Beyond the Badge 5K Run & Walk provides a unique opportunity for members of the community and those in public safety to come together and compete as a tribute to those that have fallen in the line of duty.

Some of our very own Hamilton County Deputies do participate in the event. The event consists of:
5K Run & Fitness Walk
5K Team Competition
1.5 Mile Family Stroll
All events are open to people of all ages and abilities.

 

Race Shirt Deadline: Participants who pre-register before the end of the day on Monday, Sept. 13th will be guaranteed a race shirt in the size of their choice (small through 2X). Those who pre-register between Tuesday, Sept. 14th and the end of pre-registration on Saturday, Sept. 18th at 4:59 pm, will receive a shirt while supplies last, but the size is not guaranteed.

All events and races begin and end in front of the Community Mausoleum

---7:30 to 8:45 a.m. Registration & Packet Pick-up
---8:00 a.m Non-denominational worship service at the Peace Chapel
---8:15 a.m. Opening Ceremony
---9:00 a.m. 5K Run/Walk Start for Individuals & Teams
---9:05 a.m. 1.5 Mile Family Stroll Start
---10:15 a.m. Awards Ceremony

National Public Lands Day

September 25 & 26

DNR is celebrating National Public Lands Day on Saturday, Sept. 25 and Sunday, Sept. 26. That means it’s time to get outside and choose your favorite outdoor activity at one of the many DNR properties throughout Indiana (on.IN.gov/recfinder).

National Public Lands Day is the nation’s largest single-day volunteer effort involving public lands. Many properties are hosting volunteer events, but every act of kindness counts. Whether you pick up trash on a walk or volunteer at an event, you will be leaving the place better than you found it.

On Sunday, Sept. 26, Indiana State Parks, Indiana State Forests, and State Recreation Areas will offer free admission where entrance fees are normally charged. This is a great time to explore a DNR property that you haven’t visited before. Find ideas at dnr.IN.gov/places-to-go.

The entire weekend serves as a reminder that public lands are places for outdoor recreation, conservation, and making memories with families and friends. Events include hikes, pioneer activities, crafts, live bird shows, and more. By getting outside and participating in National Public Lands Day, you will be creating lasting bonds with loved ones and nature while helping conserve Indiana’s natural resources.

For a complete list of programs and volunteer events, see calendar.dnr.IN.gov.

Information about how to be a DNR volunteer is at on.IN.gov/dnrvolunteer.

For more on National Public Lands Day, see neefusa.org/npld.

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September 25 & 26

Atlanta New Earth Festival

The Atlanta New Earth Festival in Atlanta, Indiana, aims to unify the surrounding community by featuring the talents of local artists, craftsmen and restaurants. Guests can wander through the numerous vendor booths and attend any of the many concerts going on throughout the festival. This event is a family-friendly celebration that embodies Atlanta's community spirit.

 

This years festival will be held on September 25th and 26th at 105 E. Main Street. Spend a day at the Atlanta New Earth Festival. Shop Main Street for unique fine arts, crafts, pottery, clothing, jewelry and more. This juried area features all handmade items. Other areas offer a wide variety of items including antiques, crafts, collectibles and more.

The HCSO booth will be staffed from 9am – 6pm on Saturday and 9am- 5pm on Sunday. The blocks of time are broken up into 3-hour time slots, 9a-12p, 12p-3p and 3p-6p on Saturday and 9a-12p, 12p-3p, 3p-5p on Sunday. Please visit the signup genius link below to sign up for the specified time/date you can volunteer.

Location of our booth is located on Main Street at lot #119. 

At this time, there is NO free parking. Parking cost is believed to be $5.

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Marco Pizza

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September 27-30

Help support our Sheriff's Office Community Foundation, Inc. by ordering you pizza from Marco's Pizza and they will donate a % of sales to the Foundation. 

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09/21/21

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Rest in Peace

Moses Ko

It is with great sorrow that we inform you of the passing of Moses Ko, age 73, on Tuesday, Septemebr 21, 2021. Unfortunately, we have no further details to share with you at this time. 


Moses was born March 31, 1948 in Hong Kong and as many of you know he was not only a HCSOCAAA member but he was our CPR instructor and very passionate about his work. Moses instructed medical skills from his office of CPR Indy and worked several years as an EMT and Ski Patrol Responder. He loved to make people laugh and was a friend to everyone he met. 


Moses will be greatly missed by all at HCSOCAAA and we send our heartfelt condolences and prayers to his family. 

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at 

www.familyfuneralcareindy.com for the Ko family.

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