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Oneida County Information

Oneida County is located in Central New York State. It has an area totaling 1,258 square miles. The number of individuals residing in this area is 234,878 according to the 2010 census. The population density is 194 people per square miles. The zip codes in this county include 13417, 13421, 13424, 13425, and 13431.

The county was established in 1798. It was named after an Iroquois tribe, the Oneida people, who used to reside in the area during the European colonization. The county seat is Utica.

Sheriff’s office

The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office is located at 6065 Judd Road, Oriskany, NY 13424. The Sheriff is Robert M. Macoi. He is the chief law enforcement officer in Oneida County. You can get in touch with him directly at (315) 765-2200.
The Sheriff’s Office is comprised of three Divisions – Civil, Correction, and Law Enforcement. All three divisions endeavor to ensure that life, property, and public order are safeguarded in Oneida County. The responsibilities of the Law Enforcement Division include protecting life and property, deterring crime, enforcing laws and ordinances, and arresting offenders.

County courthouse

Oneida County is part of the 5th Judicial District. The Supreme Court is located inside the Oneida County Courthouse at 200 Elizabeth Street, Utica, NY 13501. The phone number is 315-266-4200. The Supreme Court Justices are Hon. Bernadette T. Clark, Hon. Erin P. Gall, and Hon. David A. Murad.
The County Court is also located inside the Oneida County Court Courthouse. The County Court Judge is Hon. Matthew J. Doran. You can reach him at 315-266-4321. The Supervising County Court Judge is Hon. Michael L. Dwyer, CCJ. His phone number 315-266-4322.

County jail

The Oneida County Correctional Facility is located at 6075 Judd Road, Oriskany, NY 13424. The phone number at the facility is (315) 768-7804.
Inmates are allowed two 1-hour visits each week. The week begins on Tuesday and ends on Saturday. Only 1 visit per day is allowed for each inmate. No more than 2 visitors at a time and no more than 4 visitors are allowed per time-slot.

Inmate visitation hours are held on Tuesday through Saturday, with time-slots of 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:15 a.m., 12:15 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. Discipline/segregation times are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7:30 a.m. only. There is no visitation on Sundays or Mondays, or on the 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day or New Year’s Day.
All visitors must arrive 30 minutes before the start of a time-slot. Visitors must present proper identification upon arrival. Individuals 16 years of age or older must present a government-issued ID. Those younger may show a school issued ID, a baptismal record, or a birth certificate. All visitors younger than 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
All visitors must successfully pass through a metal detector. Recording devices will not be allowed inside. Personal items are also not allowed inside the visiting area.
To send mail to an inmate, please address it in the following manner:
Inmate Name
Oneida County Correction Facility
6075 Judd Road
Oriskany NY 13424

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

Sex offenders are required by law to provide their information to local law enforcement which must be entered into the state sex offender registry and the national sex offender registry. An individual who was found guilty of a crime involving sexual misconduct such as rape, prostitution, and sex trafficking is considered a sex offender. Sex offenders living in Oneida County can be located by visiting the Sheriff’s Alert page. Keep in mind that some offenders may not have obeyed the registration law. As such, you may encounter records that only show their last known address.

Bail and Bail Bond Agents:

The amount of money or bond that is paid to the court before it will grant the release of a pretrial inmate is called bail. The purpose of the bail is to guarantee the defendant’s appearance in court once the trial begins. The bail will be refunded to the defendant minus a 3% administrative fee after the trial. A missed court appearance will cause the bail to get forfeited and a warrant to be issued for the defendant’s arrest. If bail is not paid, the defendant must stay in jail until the case is dismissed or he is released.

The courts of New York require payment in the exact amount; change will not be given. However, individuals are allowed to use multiple modes of payment in one transaction. The following are the acceptable forms of payment:

  • US Cash
  • Cashier’s Checks (the amount should be not more than the bail)
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card (includes an 8% processing fee)
  • Money Order from Western Union or banks (the amount of each order should not be more than $1000, multiple orders allowed)
    A defendant who cannot afford to post bail can hire a bond agent to help him. A bond fee will be charged in exchange for the bond agent’s services. This fee is non-refundable. The New York State Insurance Department regulates bond agents and have placed their fees in a tiered system. You can easily calculate the bond fees using that system as shown below:
    A bond of $200 or less has a fee of $10.
    A bond of $3000 or less has a fee equal to 10% of the bail.
    A bond of $3001 to $10000 has a fee equal to 10% of the first $3000 and 8% of the remaining bail amount.
    A bond of $10000 has a fee equal to 10% of the first $3000, 8% of the amount between $3000 to $10000, and 6% of the remaining amount.
    To get the bond fee for a $15000 bond, you can compute it using the formula: (10% x $3000) + (8% x $7000) + (6% x $5000) = $1160.

    Contact the Oneida County Public Defender
    Public defender’s provide: counsel upon arrest, representation during criminal investigative proceedings, interviewing witnesses, arrange bail, conduct pretrial discovery, withdraw pleas, suppression of evidence motions, jury selection, opening statements, legal research, and more
    Name:Oneida County Public Defender
    Address:411 Oriskany Street West, Utica, New York, 13502
    Oneida County Probation Department
    Probation officers hold offenders accountable by ensuring that financial restitution is being paid to victims and community service is completed. The probation department provides warrant searches, sex offender lookups, DWI conviction information, adult or youth misdemeanor and felony offense records.
    Office:Oneida County Probation Department
    Location:321 Main Street, Utica, New York, 13501
  • Oneida County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined464
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    Full time payroll220
    Full time total employees220
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    Other operating expendituresnot applicable
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    Equipment, furnishings, etcnot applicable
    Year of original constructionnot applicable
    Year of major renovationnot applicable
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    Address: 6075 JUDD ROAD ORISKANY NY 13424

    Oneida County Unemployment and Median Household Income
    Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016101,449
    Number Employed Annual Average, 201696,534
    Number Unemployed Annual Average, 20164,915
    Unemployment Rate, 20164.8
    Median Household Income Annual Average, 201547,390
    Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
    Oneida County Poverty Data
    Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 201439,680
    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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