Search Inmates in Warrick County, Indiana. Results May Include: Arrests, Charges, Mugshot, Booking Date, Booking Number, Status, Description, Code, Level, Count, Personal Description.

Warrick County Indiana Sheriff Overview

Warrick County is located in Southern Indiana. It was founded in 1813 and named in honor of Captain Jacob Warrick who was killed during the Battle of Tippecanoe. The county seat is Boonville. The zip codes in Warrick County are 47601, 47610, 47613, 47619, 47630, 47637, 47523, 47541, and 47537.

Sheriff Brett Kruse is the chief law enforcement officer in Warrick County. Chief Deputy Michael Wilder is his second-in-command, supervising all the operations of each division in the Sheriff’s Office. Jail Commander Kae Baker heads the Warrick County Jail, overseeing operations and the staff. You can reach any of these officers by calling (812) 897-6180.

Warrick County Sheriff’s Office:
Address:100 W S.R. 62, Boonville, IN 47601
Phone: (812) 897-6180
Fax: (812) 897-3654

Inmate Search in Warrick County Jail

The Warrick County Jail does not have an online inmate roster. A person currently detained in the facility can be located if you contact the jail at (812) 897-6096.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

Each inmate in the Warrick County Jail is provided with a Visitors List form to fill out after being booked. Inmates are allowed two 30-minute visits each week. The schedule for visitation for each inmate will depend on the cellblock that he or she is assigned to.

All visitors are required to provide a photo ID when signing in at the facility. Visitors are also required to use the phone on the wall to the left of the receptionist window in the main lobby of the Security Center. Dial ext. 317 or push the Jail button to notify the jail staff. To find out the visitation schedule for this prison, please call (812) 897-6096.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

A sex offender is someone who has been convicted of a sex crime such as rape, prostitution, and sex trafficking. Federal law stipulates that this kind of offender needs to have his information registered in the state and national sex offender databases for the sake of public safety. Visit

if you need to locate sex offenders residing in Warrick County. Read the disclaimer completely before using the registry. Also, some offenders do not comply with this law so you may get search results that only show last known addresses.

Bail and Bondsman

The temporary release of a defendant from jail is granted once he or she posts bail. This is the money that is “deposited” with the court to ensure the defendant’s appearance once the trial begins. If he misses a court date, he forfeits the money.

If a defendant cannot pay the bail on his own, a bondsman can be hired to act as a surety. The cost of such a service is equal to 10% of the bail amount.

Warrick County Probation Department
Probation officer’s are appointed to investigate, report on, and supervise the conduct of convicted offenders on probation. Items to bring to the Probation Office include: employment verification (a pay stub), residence (a lease, copy of a utility bill, etc.), community service record log, counseling or meeting attendance, all personal drug prescriptions, medical condition documents, and immigration registration among other things.
Office:Warrick County Probation Department
Location:1 County Square, Boonville, Indiana, 47601
Warrick County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined80
Avg Daily Populationnot applicable
Name of new facilitynot applicable
Full time payroll18
Full time total employees18
Total salaries and wagesnot applicable
Other operating expendituresnot applicable
Total construction costsnot applicable
Equipment, furnishings, etcnot applicable
Year of original constructionnot applicable
Year of major renovationnot applicable
Name of new facilitynot applicable

Address: 100 STATE ROAD 62 WEST BOONVILLE IN 47601

Warrick County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 201632,150
Number Employed Annual Average, 201630,843
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 20161,307
Unemployment Rate, 20164.1
Median Household Income Annual Average, 201566,461
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
Warrick County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 20144,546
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 20157.5
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

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4 responses on “Warrick County, IN Jail Inmates

  1. Marina Fox says:

    I have never felt more in humanized until I was booked here. The facility was disgusting and the corrections officers were absolutely awful…. I would hate for someone with mental issues to be here because this place can push you into a very dark space. There is no respect for humans or their needs in this place. You can’t even ask for water without being ignored… the officers are absolutely awful and very disorganized. I was told many different things during my booking that was very contradicting and misleading. I have never been treated so badly in my life. I understand it is a jail but we are still humans and still have rights to respect and to have our needs met. Without people those corrections officers would be out of a job. I asked to speak with a PRIA representative and was yelled at for stating that I felt very violated and targeted as I was forced to be naked under a blanket in a facility full of nothing but male staff and was given a cover but it did not even stay on so I was forced to use the blanket as clothing the entire time…. I feel very violated and disgusting as the male staff refused to bring a female officer in to talk to me when I needed things.

    • Concerned Citizen says:

      Don’t take this the wrong way, but I read your comments and had to point some things out. Your arguments don’t make a lot of sense and that crushes your credibility. When complaining about issues, focus on the facts and give examples that are relevant. You mentioned the place being disgusting, but you didn’t give an example of why you felt that way. You mentioned it being disorganized and being told contradicting things from different officers, but again, you failed to give any examples. Finally, stating that you were naked under a blanket, doesn’t make a lot of sense. Everyone is naked under their clothes/covering, so it’s not like you were sitting around naked. You were covered up. The question that comes to my mind, is why were you only under a blanket? Did they have you remove your clothes and then just give you a blanket to cover up with? If that’s the case, then I think you should be contacting an attorney. If you were naked when they arrested you, then I don’t think you have an argument that holds up. With regard to the male/female concerns, I don’t think it’s an acceptable argument in 2022. People are trained to do their jobs, regardless of gender. They can’t be expected to move someone from one position to another just because of the difference in their genetic makeup. The officers could get in trouble for doing so. I’m sorry you had a poor experience, and I hope the concerns you have are addressed, but it would really help if you would be more specific, so someone with the authority to make a change will know what changes need to be made.

      • Marina Fox says:

        I’m going to go ahead and assume you work here since you are so concerned on my comments. So let’s break this down as short and sweet as I can. Well for starters, a smock was give to me and the Velcro was not working properly which resulted in being unable to use it, there was fecal matter on the walls and floors of the cell I was in which could put anyone at risk for disease such as C-Diff (do your research) etc… It does not matter what day in age we are in to vary between what is appropriate or not for one person. I mean we live in an era where someone can identify as a tomato if they choose too,so your argument there is null. Yes, we are all naked under our clothes but being given proper coverage in a Department of Corrections is a must. Cases have been thrown out for less than how I was treated. Thank you so much for your concerns and I hope I was able to pick your brain a little 🙂

  2. blahh76 says:

    this place is not well ran. I saw an officer EXPLODE on an inmate for them asking for a phone call after they had been there for over 24 hours without one. it took me 10 and a half hours to get my phone call. It looked to have feces and boogers with blood on them on the wall. They kept saying the a/c was out.. iy was so hot in there it could have been considered torture. everyone soaking wet from sweat. I was dehydrated when I finally got out. one man was so hit he kept dry heaving. We were also told that phone calls were a luxury and nothing we should expect. They wanted information during that book that I don’t see was necessary for the jail to have. When I asked if they could put N\A on there he told me he’d just put refusing to cooperate on there and that it would mean I would be held for an additional 24 hours. I understand it’s jail but they didn’t understand were still humans. They obviously need more sensitivity training and training on how to understand mental illness a little more

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