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Putnam County Missouri Sheriff Overview

Putnam County is positioned in the north central part of Missouri. Its county seat and is Unionville. The county was organized in 1845 and named after Israel Putnam, a war hero from the French and Indian War, as well as a General in the American Revolutionary War. The zip codes in the Putnam county zip code list are 63565, 63567, 64655, 63535, 64672 and 63551.

All law enforcement officials in Putnam County are located in one building, which is convenient if you need to get in touch with more of them. Chrystal Perkins, the County

Clerk can be found in the Courthouse Room 101 or by calling 660-947-2674. Sheriff Jason Knight is on the lower level of the Courthouse. He can be reached on 660-947-3200. If you need to contact someone from detention, for example the person in charge of probations Nikki Hinkle, visit Courthouse Room 204 or call 660-947-7967. The Police Department is located on 1611 Grant Street in Unionville.  

Putnam County Sheriff’s Office:

Address: 1601 Main Street, Unionville, MO 63565-1600

Phone: 660-947-3200

Inmate Search in Putnam County Jail

Detainees arrested on the territory of the county are put in custody in the Putnam County Jail. You can view a list of Missouri offenders, including those from Putnam by searching in the state directory for incarcerated persons managed by the Missouri Department of Corrections

The available information includes current offenders, parolees and probationers, but not the discharged offenders. For recent bookings, it is best if you call the Sheriff’s Department on 660-947-3200 and get the information locally.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

The majority of the regulations for visits in Missouri detention facilities designate specific days and hours of the week for visits.  Visit duration is typically between 15 and 30 minutes and must be scheduled prior to coming to the building. If you call the jail administration in Putnam County Jail on 417-683-1020 ahead of the planned visit, you can get details for the visit slots, and learn rules you must adhere to while you are visiting.

To send mail to inmates housed in Putnam County Jail, write the full jail’s address, as well as the name of the inmate and a full sender’s address. If you are not allowed to deliver money to the inmate at the time of the visit, talk to a member of the jail staff who will let you know of alternative ways to send money, such as online or via money orders.

Working at Putnam County Jail or Sheriff’s Office:

The Unionville Police Department is accepting applications for the position of a Police Officer. The starting hourly salary is $13 and includes competitive benefits, such as complete health insurance, a life insurance plan, Lagers retirement, paid vacation, holidays and sick days, and official uniforms.

If you are interested in applying pick up an application from the City Hall located on 1611 Grant Street in Unionville or use http://www.unionvillemo.org. For more information about the position, get in touch with Joshua Mathes at mmathes@hotmail.com or on 660-947-7397

To qualify, you must be at least 21 years old and posses POST education and experience.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

Persons who have been found guilty of or convicted for sex behavior which is classified as a sex offense must register in the relevant national sex offender registry and in the state registries. Kidnappers must also register along the typical sex offenders. Unlawful activities categorized as sex offenses are rape, statutory rape, molestation, child pornography, sexual assault and other behaviors performed without the other person’s consent. If you want to see who is on the sex offender list maintained by the Putnam County Jail go to the Missouri Highway State Patrol Sex Offender List and perform a lookup in the map locations or in the list data.

Bail and Bondsman

As a safety guarantee for court appearance, the judge will set a bail amount so that the arrested person can defend out of custody. If you wish to bail someone out from the Putnam County Jail call the Sheriff’s Office to ask for the exact bond amount and the type of bond. Some bonds are in cash, and others are surety bonds.  When you don’t own the required amount of money to place it as a bond at court, you can borrow the money from a bonding agency. The bonding agent  will post the bail on the behalf of the inmate and collect a non-refundable service fee which is typically between 10 and 20 percent of the bail.

Putnam County Jail Statistics
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Address: COURTHOUSE UNIONVILLE MO 63565

Putnam County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 20162,479
Number Employed Annual Average, 20162,367
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016112
Unemployment Rate, 20164.5
Median Household Income Annual Average, 201537,286
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
Putnam County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014862
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 201518.0
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

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