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Adair County Missouri Sheriff Overview
Adair County is located in northeastern Missouri with a county seat of Kirksville. Established in 1841 by first settlers from Kentucky, the county was named in honor of the eighth Kentucky Governor John Adair who was in office from 1831 to 1833. The zip codes in Adair County are 63533, 63540, 63544, 63546, 63549, 63501 and 63559.
The Adair County Sheriff’s Office is under the authority of Sheriff Robert T. Hardwick. Along with the appointed Corrections Branch Director, the Sheriff is in charge of the Adair County Detention Center. You can get in touch with him by calling 660-665-4644 or by sending a fax on 660-785-3224.
Adair County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 215 Franklin St., Kirksville, Missouri, 63501
Phone: 660- 665-4644
Facebook Page: (Unfortunately, there are no official FB pages for the sheriff’s office or the detention center, but I found one for the Kirksville police:
Inmate Search in Adair County Jail
The Adair County does not maintain an online inmate database. To find an inmate incarcerated in the Adair County Jail, you can submit a written public records request directly to the Adair Sheriff’s Office Records Coordinator who acts as a Custodian of Records on behalf of sheriff Hardwick. You can download and print the written form at
Fill out and submit the complete document by mail, fax or in person at the sheriff’s office. You can also get the printed form by showing up directly at the sheriff’s office from Monday to Friday between 8am and 5pm. Request search results are typically ready within three business days.
Important Jail Policies and Procedures:
Inmates have the right to two 30-minute visits each week. No visits are allowed in the first 2 months of imprisonment. Visitors must learn the inmate’s visitation hours prior to coming to visit by calling sheriff’s Hardwick office at 660-665-4644, extension 1. Long-distance visitors who need to travel for at least one hour can ask the Corrections Branch Director for a special schedule arrangement. Access the building lobby from the Franklin Street side and sign in with the duty correctional officer at the control room window. You must present a photo ID document, come dressed appropriately and must not be intoxicated. Children can visit but they must be accompanied by an adult.
To send mail to inmates, address the envelope to the inmate by using the Adair County Sheriff’s Office address at 215 N. Franklin Street, Kirksville, MO 63501. The person sending the mail must write down his or her full name and the full return address.
To add money to an inmate’s account for the jail commissary privilege you can use the cashier’s machine located in the visitors lobby ($2.75 fee for cash and $4.95 fee for a credit card). If you do not live in the Adair County, you can send a money order or a cashier’s check to the sheriff’s office address.
Working at Adair County Jail or Sheriff’s Office:
Correctional Officers in Missouri can earn up to $11.45 per hour.
His or her duties include:
To learn more details about current open positions email Johnathan Baldree at [email protected] from the Jackson County Department of Corrections.
Sex Offender Search and Lookup:
All individuals who have been charged and found guilty of a sex crime must register at a local or a national sex offender registry. Most states establish a sex offender registry for each county and keep the records open to the public for safety purposes. Sex offenders are criminals convicted for forced or any other illegal sexual conduct towards another individual, such as rape, molestation, or involvement in child pornography.
If you wish to find information about a sex offender who lives, works or attends school at the Adair County, you can do so by accessing the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Sex Offender Registry website at
or call the toll-free number at 1-888-SOR-MSHP (767-6747).
Bail and Bondsman
Before an arrested person appears at court for trial, he or she will be temporarily put under custody to ensure appearance at the court hearing. The person may be released from custody until the court trial date in exchange of a bail. The bail amount is set by the judge and must be submitted as a guarantee for court appearance. If the accused person does not have the full bail amount, he or she can ask a bail bond agent to submit the amount on his or her behalf for an asset collateral and a service fee. The service fee is usually between 10 and 20 percent of the bail amount. Unless the offender appears in court, the bail bond agent is held responsible and will send a bounty hunter to bring the offender to court.
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Address: 215 N. FRANKLIN STREET KIRKSVILLE MO 63501
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Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)
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