How do I contact a Knox County inmate?

If you wish to contact an inmate, you can call 1-866-516-0115 and leave them a voicemail (up to 3 minutes), or use one of the other communications methods listed below. If you do not wish to receive calls from an inmate, simply call 1-866-516-0115 from the phone number that you wish to have blocked.

Who is the sheriff of Knox County Ohio?

Sheriff David Shaffer
Sheriff David Shaffer Welcome to the Knox County Sheriff’s Office website which has been created to provide our citizens with a wide range of current information about the activities of your sheriff’s office.

Who is Knoxville sheriff?

Sheriff Tom Spangler
Knox County Sheriff Website – Sheriff Tom Spangler.

How do I get a Knox County police report?

Make your request by vising the Chancery Court in Suite 125 of the City County Building or call (865) 215-3015. Visit or call the Farragut Municipal Court and the Knoxville City Court for their records. All property records for Knox County are maintained by the Office of the Assessor.

How is Knoxville crime?

With a crime rate of 51 per one thousand residents, Knoxville has one of the highest crime rates in America compared to all communities of all sizes – from the smallest towns to the very largest cities. One’s chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime here is one in 20.

What is the Knox County Jail?

The Knox County Jail is also the sheriff’s office. It is one of the largest jail in Ohio. The Knox County Jail employs sworn, merit, civil, an special deputies.

Where do you go when an inmate is arrested in Ohio?

Not only is it a difficult situation, but you may not know where to go, what to do, or who to talk to about the inmate. If an inmate is arrested in Knox County, Ohio, they will most likely be at the Knox County Jail awaiting their court date.

Where is the prison commissary located in Ohio?

11540 Upper Gilchrist Road, Mt. Vernon, OH, 43050 Inmates who do not have money in their account for commissary will be provided envelopes, paper, and postcards each week. Inmates must make a request for such items by Wednesday in order to receive these items.