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Peoria County Sheriff Information
The Peoria County Sheriff’s Office works in partnership with the community and other local law enforcement agencies in reducing and preventing crime, enforcing laws and ordinances, and responding to calls for service as well as emergency situations. The department employs 165 full-time employees and 24 part-time employees. There are several divisions in the PCSO including Corrections, Patrol, Investigations, Courthouse Security, and Search & Rescue. The head of the PCSO is Sheriff Brian Asbell. The direct email for the Sheriff is firstname.lastname@example.org. The second-in-command is Chief Deputy Douglas M. Gaa. The direct email for this officer is email@example.com.
Peoria County Sheriff’s Office Address:
301 N Maxwell Road, Peoria, IL 61604
Peoria County Sheriff’s Office Phone:
Peoria County can be found in the central region of Illinois. The county seat is Peoria which is also the largest city in the area. As of the 2010 census, the population of the county is 186,494. The total area of Peoria County is 631 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate Peoria: 526
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Peoria County Jail Information
The Corrections Division of the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office manages the 8th largest jail in Illinois. The head of the division is Corrections Superintendent Ronda Y. Guyton. The inmates in this facility are allowed one 20-minute visits per week. All visits must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance. Visits can be scheduled online.
The Peoria County Jail maintains an online database of information on all inmates currently housed in the facility. To locate an inmate here, you will need to search the database by name, date of birth, or booking date. Each inmate record contains the inmate’s complete name, booking number, date of birth, address, physical description, booking date, release date, and charge information.
The Peoria County Sheriff’s Office is currently looking to hire a Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and a US citizen. He or she must live within a 35-mile radius of the four-way stop in Kickapoo, IL. He or she must possess a high school diploma or equivalent and pass a series of tests. The benefits of this position include health, dental, and vision insurance; tuition reimbursement; wellness program; bi-annual fitness bonus; and employee discounts on cellular service and at various retailers. The application form can be obtained online or at the Sheriff’s Office.
Peoria County Sheriff Office: 301 N Maxwell Rd, Peoria, IL 61604, United States
UPDATE 4:45 PM -- On 1/27/21, Kent M. Hamm was unfortunately found deceased by PCSO Detectives. Hamm was found on his property, located in the 17000 block of Holiday Harbor Lane in Chillicothe, IL. Investigation is ongoing and pending autopsy by the Peoria County Coroner. https://t.co/jLNQM3uDm0
PCSO is seeking the public's help in locating a missing person: Kent M. Hamm, 57 years of age, white male, 6' 0" tall, 180 lbs, green eyes and brown hair. Last seen at Shell Gas Station on Knox St in #Chillicothe, IL. Additional information available here: https://t.co/K0QzzPABNe https://t.co/mFtFx4PndB
Peoria County Sheriff Brian Asbell has released a statement regarding the Illinois Criminal Justice Reform Bill (House Bill 3653, formerly HB 163). The statement can be viewed here on the Peoria County YouTube page: https://t.co/k17TIL3hVe https://t.co/dchUqGTHmD
Today several of our PCSO staff received first rounds of the COVID-19 Vaccine, thanks to the Peoria City/County Health Department. 😷💉💪 (Currently PCCHD is vaccinating 1A Tier only and will release more info about 1B when available. Follow their Facebook page for add'l info.) https://t.co/R4IMYKq5cf
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Thank you to the men and women of Team PCSO, and to our fellow law enforcement officers near and far, for your commitment to protecting and serving our communities. #ThankYouLEOs #TeamPCSO #NationalLawEnforcementAppreciationDay https://t.co/z41HsMKGnn
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at the Peoria County Sheriff's Office! Thank you to everyone working over the holiday and to those modifying their celebrations for the safety of others. [PS: Don't forget to lock up to keep out any Grinches.] 🔒🚗 + 🔒🚪= 🎄🎁👍 https://t.co/A00EIhHJo7
Deck the halls with boughs of holly? More like "deck your squad car with a jolly old Dash Santa and a festive holiday Sasquatch." 🎶 Fa la la la la la la la la! 🎶
Thanks to Deputy Cogdal for helping to spread a little holiday cheer! 🎄🎅 🚔 https://t.co/Kf3gw21QPX
Happy Thanksgiving! If you are traveling the roads today, please remember to drive sober, buckle up, and obey all traffic laws. Many thanks to all those who are working over the holiday to keep others safe and healthy. #GiveThanks #HappyThanksgiving https://t.co/g0SyT3BtfK
In response to rising COVID-19 numbers and Tier 3 mitigation recommendations, most Peoria County departments will temporarily close to the public beginning Friday, November 20. Additional information regarding County facility guidelines can be found here: https://t.co/dKi6NTERlZ https://t.co/usOyKT1oQk
Happy Veterans Day to all who are serving and all who have served - including many of our own here at the PCSO. Thank you for your dedication to our Country.
"We don't know them all, but we owe them all." https://t.co/89l5o0v25A
Thank you to the staff at @peoriaelections for coming out to the Jail to assist over 100 detainees with registering to vote and applying for Vote by Mail ballots. We're grateful for all the PCEC does to help ensure accessible voting for all County residents. #PeoriaCountyVOTES https://t.co/nqQwjpPupb
October is #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth. 💜 If you or someone you know in Peoria County is experiencing Domestic Violence, please contact Aimee, our PCSO Victim Services Coordinator at 697-7855. #DVAM https://t.co/QHRy1cljVa
As a reminder, please be sure to ⚠️SLOW DOWN⚠️ if you are traveling our rural Peoria County roads this Harvest Season. Stay alert, and give farming equipment or slow-moving vehicles plenty of room. #HappyHarvest #DriveSafely https://t.co/iiUW5W2N5V
ARRESTS MADE IN MOTOR VEHICLE THEFTS/BURGLARIES - The Peoria County Sheriff's Office has arrested two individuals in connection with multiple burglaries that occurred throughout August and September in Peoria County. For more details, visit our website at: https://t.co/YG2Bcq6vwz https://t.co/QQcU7Gu6xJ
We would like to express our deepest condolences to the loved ones of Wally Waldbeesser--longtime friend, fan, and family member of the PCSO who passed away over the weekend. Wally was a devoted volunteer with PCSO Auxiliary Posse for nearly 60 years. He will be greatly missed. https://t.co/e8BaMCCk6V
Heads up for those traveling in the #Dunlap area next week: https://t.co/yImGPvMZHg
[7/23/20] - The Peoria County Highway Department will be closing Allen Road at the intersection of W. Cedar Hills Drive beginning Monday, July 27 through Friday, July 31. Please seek an alternate route and follow all posted signage if traveling in the area. https://t.co/D4YBKpb1Hv