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Webster County Missouri Sheriff Overview

Webster County is located in the southern part of Missouri. Its county seat is Marshfield. The county was established  in 1855 and named after Daniel Webster, a U.S. Senator and a U.S. Secretary of State. The zip codes in Webster County include 65713, 65644, 65706 and 65746.

Sheriff Roye Cole is in charge of Webster County Sheriff’s Office. To get in touch with Sheriff Cole, visit the Sheriff’s Office located on 101 S Crittenden Rm 32 in Marshfield or call him on 417-859-2247. The officer in charge of jail matters in Webster County is the Jail Administrator Tina Davis. Ms Davis can be reached on 417-859-2247.

Webster County Sheriff’s Office:

Address: 101 S Crittenden Rm 32 MO  65706

Phone: 417-859-2247


Email: [email protected]

Inmate Search in Webster County Jail

To find information about anyone housed in Webster County Jail, you should either visit the jail building located on 101 S Crittenden in Marshfield or call the Jail Administrator on  417-859-2247. Detention staff typically have the latest information, as it usually takes at least 24 hours to update all online resources. Alternatively, you can perform an online lookup in the Missouri Department of Corrections Web Offender Search. Most Wanted persons in Webster County are listed on the Sheriff’s website by name and date. If you think that you have encountered a person from the most wanted list, you can let law enforcement know by reporting it to the crime tip line.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

Webster County Jail is open to visitors on Saturdays from 9am to 5pm. You must schedule the visit at least 24 hours in advance to be able to get into the building on the following day. Call 417-859-2247 to schedule.  Bring a valid proof of identity at the time of the visit. Visitation may be denied under certain conditions, such as under no contact bond conditions.

Send inmate mail on postcards to:

Webster County Sheriff’s Office:

C/O (Your Name)

101 S Crittenden Rm 32

Marshfield, MO. 65706

Always write down the sender’s name and return address.

When you call the jail to schedule a visit, you can also ask if you can deliver money to an inmate or inquire about alternative ways by phone or online.

Working at Webster County Jail or Sheriff’s Office:

Webster County jail has an open position for a full-time detention officer. Starting hourly rate is $10,75 which grows to $11.75 after six months and $13 after two years. Benefits include retirement, vacation, sick time, holiday pay, as well as health insurance.

Job requirements are:

  • U.S. citizenship
  • No felony convictions
  • At least 21 years of age
  • Own a valid Missouri Driver’s License
  • High school graduate or GED
  • Additional training during probation

    Job duties include:

  • Maintaining a secure detention facility
  • Safe inmate’s custody.
  • Technical and administrative tasks associated with the facility and the prisoners

    Interested candidates should mail completed applications to:

    Webster County Sheriff’s Office,

    3rd Floor Courthouse,

    101 South Crittenden, Room 32,

    Marshfield, MO 65706.  

    Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

    All individuals classified as sex offenders must register in the sex offender registries maintained at the place of work, school or residence. Sex offender registries serve as as a safety resource for the public. A sex offense includes sexual behavior committed against the will of another person. Examples are sexual assault or sexual abuse, rape, lewd conduct, distribution of child pornography or child molestation. If you need to register as a sex offender in Webster County, contact Deputy Scott Miller at 417-859-2247. To make an inquiry about a Webster County sex offender look into the Missouri State Highway Patrol sex offender registry and search on the name list or browse the interactive map.

    Bail and Bondsman

    If you are an arrestee who meets the criteria to wait for the trial out of jail, the judge will set a bail that you must post at court so that you can be released from custody. If you don’t post the bail by yourself, you can ask a friend or a family for help you or get a bail loan from a bonding agency. The bondsman is authorized to post the bail on your behalf. He or she will typically charge a service fee and, sometimes, ask for a collateral. If you fail to appear at court, the bail is lost and the bonding company will send a bounty hunter to arrest you. You may also need to pay extra fines.

  • Webster County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined24
    Avg Daily Population28
    Name of new facilitynot applicable
    Full time payroll14
    Full time total employees14
    Total salaries and wages292000
    Other operating expenditures51700
    Total construction costs5000
    Equipment, furnishings, etc45000
    Year of original construction1958
    Year of major renovationnot applicable
    Name of new facilitynot applicable


    Webster County Unemployment and Median Household Income
    Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 201616,938
    Number Employed Annual Average, 201616,103
    Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016835
    Unemployment Rate, 20164.9
    Median Household Income Annual Average, 201543,418
    Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
    Webster County Poverty Data
    Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 20146,987
    Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 201519.2
    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

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