2018 Perry County Sheriff’s Office Annual Report
The Perry County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to present it’s 2018 Annual Report. This report gives facts and figures as to the activity of the Office in 2018.
Since February 5th 2018, Marsy’s Law has been in effect, providing Ohio’s crime victims new constitutional rights. Marsy’s Law requires criminal justice system officials to notify crime victims of their rights. Marsy’s Law grants Ohio’s crime victims specific rights in the criminal justice process. Many of these rights already exist in Ohio statutes and evidence rules. Along with the Attorney General’s Crime Victims’ Rights pamphlet, the Victims’ Rights Toolkit is a great online resource.
In the Toolkit, you’ll find nearly everything victims need to know about their rights from the time of the first report through investigation, prosecution, incarceration, and post-release control. The Toolkit provides victims with customized information and tools to protect and enforce their rights, such as:
Victims’ rights laws (in layman’s terms with links to the O.R.C.) that apply to them
Form letters to help victims exercise certain rights
Victims Rights Toolkit – Marsy’s Law Rights
PERRY COUNTY EMERGENCY NOTIFICATIONS
To sign up for Perry County Emergency Notifications regarding power outages, weather alerts, community alerts etc., create an account at:
COMPREHENSIVE SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM
This program is designed to help Perry County residents who are in need of employment skills and/or are either high-risk for trying drugs, are drug involved and/or drug addicted.
Any questions about either of these programs may be directed to Ernie Eing at 740-342-1991.
ANGER MANAGEMENT GROUP
Perry Counseling Center/Six County, Inc. will be offering a 12 week Anger Management Group beginning June 12th, 2016.
Read about our Office’s history and past Sheriff’s
Services provided by our Office & contact information for Division Supervisor’s.
View the latest items up for Sheriffs Auction.