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Perry County Sheriff Information
The Perry County Sheriff’s Office is committed to protecting and serving the people living and working in the county. The department is comprised of several divisions including Administration, Civil, Patrol, and Corrections. The PCSO employs 33 full-time employees and 15 part-time employees. The head of the PCSO is Sheriff Steve E. Bareis. The second-in-command is Chief Deputy Captain Wally Behm who oversees the day-to-day operations of the entire department. He is also the head of Investigations and Patrol Division. The Corrections Division is under the supervision of Major Doug Clark.
Perry County Sheriff’s Office Address:
12 E. Water Street, Pinckneyville IL 62274
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Perry County is located in the southern region of Illinois. The county seat is Pinckneyville while the largest city is Du Quoin. The population of the county is 22,350 based on the 2010 census. The total area of Perry County measures 447 square miles.
2018 Violent Crime Rate Perry: 136
Data Source: Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Perry County Jail Information
The Perry County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for maintaining the county jail and overseeing the care and custody of the inmates detained within. The Perry County Jail houses the individuals who have been arrested by local law enforcement agencies as well as those convicted and sentenced to the county facility. All inmates at the Perry County Jail are allowed visitation through the video visitation program provided by ICSolutions. Each inmate is entitled to two 20-minute visits per week. Visitation is held daily from 9am to 9pm.
The Perry County Sheriff Office is currently accepting applications for Deputy Sheriff. A Deputy Sheriff is responsible for the protection of life and property in the county, in accordance to the laws and ordinances of the county and state. The duties and responsibilities of this position include patrolling assigned areas, providing limited emergency medical treatment, directing traffic, conducting traffic investigations, and conducts premise examinations. Applicants must be at least 21 years old, a US citizen, have no prior convictions, and possess a valid Illinois Driver’s License. The application form can be obtained from the Sheriff’s Office or online.
Perry County Sheriff Office: 12 E Water St, Pinckneyville, IL 62274, United States