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Miami County Ohio Sheriff Overview

Miami County is located in western Ohio with Troy as its county seat. Formed in 1807 from part of Montgomery County, this area was named after a Native American nation called the Miami Indians. The zip codes in Miami County are 45308, 45383, 45312, 45317, 45318, 45326, 45337, 45339, 45356, 45359, 45361, 45371, 45374, and 45373.

Sheriff Dave Duchak is the highest ranking law enforcement officer in Miami County. You can reach him directly via email at . The Clerk of Courts for the county is Jan Mottinger. She is held responsible for all clerk functions for the Common Pleas Court, Municipal Court, and the Miami County Title Department. You can reach her at , , or .

Miami County Sheriff’s Office:

Address: Address: 201 West Main Street, Troy, OH 45373


Inmate Search in Miami County Jail

The Miami County Sheriff’s Office maintains an

of inmates currently incarcerated in their facility. If you wish to get more information regarding an inmate here, you can call .

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

Inmates are allowed 1 30-minute visit each week, with no more than 4 people per inmate. Visitors must arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled time. All visitors must present a photo ID that shows the visitor’s date of birth. All visitors will be subject to a search. Children below the age of 11 may visit an inmate while in the company of a parent between the hours of 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. The parent is required to present the child’s birth certificate as proof of identity.

Visitation hours are as follows:

Sunday through Thursday 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

All visits must be scheduled at least one day in advance. To schedule a visit at the Miami County Jail (downtown), call . To schedule a visit at the Miami County Incarceration Facility, call .

To send mail to an inmate, you must address the letter as follows:

Miami County Jail

ATTN: (Inmate’s Name)

201 W. Main St.

Troy, Ohio 45373

Miami County Incarceration Facility

ATTN: (Inmates Name)

2042 N. CR 25a

Troy, Ohio 45373

Money can be deposited to an inmate’s account by sending cash, certified checks, and money orders (made out to the Miami County Sheriff’s Office in care of the inmate’s name) via mail. These will also be accepted during visiting hours as long as the money is left with jail staff prior to the visit.

Working at Miami County Jail or Sheriff’s Office:

A deputy sheriff at the Miami County Sheriff’s Office has a starting salary of $22.03-24.32/hour depending on experience. A top pay of $29.27/hour is given after completing all the steps under the current contract.

The benefits include:

  • Health Insurance:  United Health Care administers the Health Insurance plan for physicians and hospital services covering employee and family.
  • Life Insurance:  Benefit of $20,000.00 plus an option to purchase additional insurance at reduced rates.  Coverage is available for a spouse also.
  • Personal Liability Insurance: Professional liability insurance is provided at no cost for $1,000,000.00 per incident.
  • Vacation Time:  Two (2) weeks beginning year two (2) for the first eight (8) years; then advances in stages up to five (5) weeks after twenty-two (22) years.
  • Clothing and Equipment Allowance:  Uniforms are provided at no cost to deputy sheriffs, including uniform dry cleaning.
  • Vision Care and Dental Plan
  • Prescription Plan
  • Paid Holidays
  • Personal Days
  • Sick Leave
  • Promotional Opportunities
  • OPERS and Deferred Compensation Program
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Injury Leave

The requirements for this position are:

– must be 21 years of age

– must be a US citizen

– must be a high school graduate or possess a GED

– must have a valid Ohio Driver’s License

– must be able to read and speak English

– must have academy certification

– must have Ohio peace officer certification

To apply for this position, you must visit / select Law Enforcement, and sign up for the Miami County Sheriff’s Office. You will be required to take an entry level exam. Scores will be forwarded to the sheriff’s office. Candidates who get a passing score will be invited to continue the hiring process.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

Sex offenders are defined as individuals convicted of a sex crime such as rape, sexual assault, and sex trafficking. These persons are required by law to inform the County Sheriff’s Office when they move in or out of the county’s jurisdiction. The information is then registered by the Sheriff’s Office into a database that is made available to the public. The state and the federal governments also maintain databases containing sex offender information under their jurisdiction, all of which are also accessible to the public.

If you wish to locate sex offenders in Miami County, you can visit this

The disclaimer provided must be read and acknowledged before using the database. Not all sex offenders meet the requirements of the law. This means that there may be instances where the address provided in the system is no longer current or is incomplete.

Bail and Bondsman

A person charged with an offense in Miami County is allowed to post bail, enabling him or her to be temporarily released until his or her trial starts. Bail is money or property used as collateral to ensure that the accused meets the conditions of his or her temporary release. If any of the conditions are violated, the bail is forfeited.

A bondsman can help individuals post bail if they do not have the funds to pay the amount set by the court. He or she will charge a fee, normally 10% of the bail amount, in exchange for his services. The fee is non-refundable.

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Contact the Miami 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: Miami County Public Defender
Address: 201 West Main Street, Troy, Ohio, 45373
Hours: Mon-Thu 8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Miami 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: Miami County Probation Department
location: 201 West Main Street, Troy, Ohio, 45373
Fax: N/A
Miami County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 346
Avg Daily Population 298
Name of new facility not applicable
Full time payroll 89
Full time total employees 89
Total salaries and wages 8825636
Other operating expenditures 496281
Total construction costs 0
Equipment, furnishings, etc 0
Year of original construction 1972
Year of major renovation 2002

Address: 201 W. MAIN ST. TROY OH 45373

Miami County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016 52,576
Number Employed Annual Average, 2016 50,316
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016 2,260
Unemployment Rate, 2016 4.3
Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015 51,685
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
Miami County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014 10,992
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 2015 10.7
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

The Miami County Sheriff has many responsibilities and in order to fulfill these responsibilities employs a wide range of personnel. The current staff at the sheriff’s office numbers approximately 115 and is divided into three main divisions. The divisions consist of deputy sheriffs, corrections officers, and records division personnel. By law, the Sheriff is in charge of the county jail and all persons confined therein. In Miami County we have two jails. The primary jail is downtown at the Miami County Safety Building and is currently certified to house a maximum of 48 prisoners. The second jail (Miami County Incarceration Facility) is north of Troy and has the ability to house a maximum of 240 prisoners when fully funded and staffed. The Incarceration facility was reopened in July of 2013 after being closed for 3 1/2 years due to budget constraints. Funding was approved to open three of four pods for a maximum of 120 minimum security male inmates and 60 minimum security female inmates. The Sheriff also helps maintain a secure court system by providing courtroom security. Section 311.07 of the Ohio Revised Code places the responsibility of the courtroom upon the Sheriff, under the direction and control of the board of county commissioners. The Sheriff is also responsible for the service or "delivery" of legal documents in Miami County. This includes summonses, subpoenas, and lawsuits. The Sheriff also serves evictions, repossessions, and seizes and sells property as ordered by the court. The sheriff’s office also transports hundreds of prisoners each year. Deliveries are made to and from state institutions, holding facilities, courts, medical and mental health facilities, and extraditions are made from other states. Our patrol division has the responsibility to provide law enforcement services. Deputies handle calls and patrol the unincorporated areas. We also provide the primary law enforcement duties through agreements and contacts to the Village of Bradford, Village of Pleasant Hill, Village of Laura, Village of Fletcher, Village of Casstown, Bethel Township, and the Miami County Park District. Deputies can also be called upon to assist other Sheriffs in other counties during emergencies. Besides the responsibilities already listed, many other tasks such as sex offender registration, web based background/fingerprint checks, and the issuing of permits for carrying a concealed weapon are also assigned to the Sheriff.
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• Send the package to the residence of a trusted friend or relative who you know will be home. Be sure that the friend is ready and waiting to retrieve the package when the doorbell rings.
• Ask the package delivery company to hold the package if you will not be home (many have local delivery centers). While we can't promise that this service is available, there are companies that will hold a package for up to 5 days.
• Request that your package is marked "signature required." This requires the delivery person to stand by and wait until you're available to retrieve the package. You could also put a note on your door, requesting the deliverer go to your next door neighbor for the signature.
• Leave special instructions on where to deliver the package. A good place is on the side or back of the house, so that the package is out of sight from the road. Ask the delivery person to take and discard the note with him/her or leave it with the package.
• Use a company that provides a tracking service and check online to see when your package is scheduled to arrive.
• Have the items shipped to the nearest store for "in-store pick up."
• If you have an understanding boss, have your packages delivered to you at work.
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Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

Shopping during the holiday season can present unique danger. Tanking a few prevention measures can help keep your holiday season joyous.

The holiday season is a time when busy people can become careless and vulnerable to theft and other holiday crime. The following tips can help you be more careful, prepared, and aware during the holiday season.

• Shop during daylight hours whenever possible. If you must shop at night, go with a friend or family member. Park as close to the store as possible near an exterior light.
• Dress casually and comfortably.
• Avoid wearing expensive jewelry.
• Do not carry a purse or wallet, if possible.
• Always carry your driver’s license or identification along with necessary cash, checks, and/or credit card you expect to use.
• Even though you are rushed and thinking about a thousand things, stay alert to your surroundings.
• Avoid carrying large amounts of cash.
• Pay for purchases with a check, credit card, or other electronic means when possible.
• Keep cash in your front pocket.
• Notify the credit card issuer immediately if your credit card is lost, stolen, or misused.
• Keep a record of all your credit card numbers in a safe place at home.
• Be extra careful if you do carry a wallet or purse. They are the prime targets of criminals in crowded shopping areas, transportation terminals, bus stops, on buses and other rapid transit.
• Avoid overloading yourself with packages. It is important to have clear visibility and freedom of motion to avoid mishaps.
• Beware of strangers approaching you for any reason. At this time of year, con-artists may try various methods of distracting you with the intention of taking your money or belongings.
• Conceal packages in your vehicle if you continue to shop in other stores and of course keep it locked.
• Listen to your “sixth sense.” If something does not look right or you do not feel right about the situation avoid the situation or remove yourself from it.
• Call law enforcement and report if you are a victim of crime or observe suspicious behavior. If You See Something, Say Something.
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The Miami County Sheriff’s Office will be deploying extra deputies working a combined 60 hours in overtime for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The extra deputies will conclude the traffic enforcement details on Sunday, November 26th. The added enforcement will be for the sole purpose of enforcing all Ohio traffic statutes. Special emphasis will be placed on removing impaired drivers, seatbelt enforcement, speeders, stop sign violators, and other crash causing infractions. The deputies will be deployed throughout the county at various time frames. There will be a zero tolerance for violators during this time frame in an attempt to limit crashes on Miami County roadways and ensure everyone has a safe Thanksgiving holiday. The Thanksgiving holiday weekend has traditionally seen a dramatic increase in crashes and crashes in which at least one driver has been drinking. We urge all motorists to have a designated driver if they choose to drink over the holidays.

The extra traffic enforcement is being made possible through a grant the Sheriff’s Office received this year from the Ohio Traffic Safety Office. The grant funds the overtime for the deputies and pays some fuel costs. We wish everyone a very safe and happy Thanksgiving holiday.

Dave Duchak, Sheriff
Miami County

Date of Release: 11/20/2017
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Photo courtesy of our resident photographer, Deputy Travis Lowry.
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Congratulations to Noah Hamilton, Bradford High School, winner of the Miami County Safe Communities billboard contest. Noah submitted art work showing the dangers of texting and driving. The billboard is located on U.S. Rt. 36 just east of 721. Thanks to all of the county school district's art students who submitted art work! Many, many great submissions, was not easy for the judges to decide.
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Congratulations to Noah Hamilton, Bradford High School, winner of the Miami County Safe Communities billboard contest. Noah submitted art work showing the dangers of texting and driving. The billboard is located on U.S. Rt. 36 just east of 721. Thanks to all of the county school district's art students who submitted art work! Many, many great submissions, was not easy for the judges to decide.
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Miami County Sheriff’s detectives have charged three subjects for their involvement in a theft from auto in the Village of Laura in which a firearm was stolen. Several weeks ago deputies took several theft from auto reports in the Villages of Laura and Ludlow Falls. The thefts were occurring overnight and all are believed to be related.

Charged with felony theft is Isaiah D. McKenzie, age 20, last known address Lynn, Indiana. McKenzie is at large so an arrest warrant has been filed. Charged with complicity to felony theft are Celeste M. Julian, age 23, of Greenville along with Jamin W. Brenner, age 28, of Greenville. Julian is currently incarcerated in the Darke County jail. Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Ben Garbig at EXT. 6634. Anonymous tips can be left on our website, .

Dave Duchak, Sheriff
Miami County

Date of Release: 10/31/2017

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