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Marion County, Kansas Sheriff Overview
Marion County is located in the central part of Kansas, with its county seat in Marion. Marion County is named after Francis Marion, a Brigadier General of the American Revolutionary War, known as the “Swamp Fox”. Zip codes in Marion County include 67053, 66851, 66858, 66859, 67063, 66861, 67073, 67438, and 67483.
The Sheriff of Marion County is currently Robert Craft.
Marion County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 202 S. 4th
Marion, KS 66861
Inmate Search in Marion County Jail
The Marion County Jail does not have an available list of inmates incarcerated in their facility. The State of Kansas, however, offers statewide inmate search, with the Kansas Criminal Justice Information System through the Kansas Adult Supervised Population Electronic Repository (KASPER), with filters like First, Last and Middle Names, KDOC Number, Social Security Number, State ID (KBI) Number, and Advanced Search (Race, Gender, Birth Date, Age Range, Conviction County, Parole Supervision County, CC Supervision Location, Facility (Inmates Only), Supervision Type. Each inmate file contains their Names, Birthdates, Demographics (Eye Color, Hair Color, Height, Weight, Gender, Race), Current Status reported by Dept. of Corrections, Convictions (County, Case Number (I), Offense Date, Sentencing Date, ACS, Criminal Conviction Description, Counts, Crime Severity Level, Case Status (II), State), KDOC Physical Location History(s) (Location, Movement Date, Movement Reason), KDOC Disciplinary Report(s) since January 1996 (Date, Class, Location, Type of report). It’s recommended to visit the Sheriff personally at 202 S. 4th, Marion, KS or call them at 620-382-2144 for inquiries.
Important Jail Policies and Procedures
Inmates of the Marion County Jail are allowed to have visitors while being incarcerated at the jail, except when an inmate is restricted from doing so. Failure to adhere to the visitation rules will result in the cancellation of a visit and possible suspension of the visitor or inmate from future visiting privileges. It is the inmate’s responsibility to comply with all rules and to inform their visitors of these rules, so that a scheduled visit is successfully completed.
When inmates are processed into the Marion County Jail, they are provided a visitation list to fill out. Inmates may choose up to a maximum of four (4) visitors. All visitors must be placed on this list, and this includes regular visitors, family visitors, and out-of-state visitors.
Inmates will be given a visitation date upon their incarceration. Please call the jail prior to visiting for schedule.
Inmates will be brought to visitation from the jail only one time on visitation day for a total of twenty-five minutes. Only two visitors will be allowed at one time. Any additional persons must wait in the waiting area if room permits. All others must remain outside the office. All visitors must be on the inmate’s approved visitor list. All persons under the age of eighteen must be accompanied by their legal guardian. All visitors must be properly dressed. No revealing clothing. Any Sheriff’s Office personnel can, at their discretion, refuse visitation if someone is not dressed appropriately.
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
You can send mail to inmates through U.S. Mail, indicating the complete return address as follows:
C/O Marion County Jail
202 S. 4th
Marion, KS 66861
Sex Offender Search and Lookup
All registered sex offenders are registered on either a national or state sex offender database. The people on these databases have been convicted of a sex or kidnapping crime. The definition of a sex offender is a person convicted of a crime involving sex, including rape, molestation, and production or distribution of child pornography.
You can access this information online for Marion County by going to this link, but bear in mind that searches sometimes reveal primary last known addresses or, rather the block that they live on. You are also required to accept a disclosure to use the database.
Bail and Bail Bondsman
A bond is a monetary guarantee that a defendant will show up in court when ordered by a judge. The defendant signs his bond which is a written promise that if he does not show up as required he will forfeit the bail amount to the court along with any fees. For all practical purposes there is no difference between a bond and bail. A cosigner or bondsman may also sign and post bond on the defendant’s behalf, giving the court additional assurances that the defendant will make his court appearances.
Kansas accepts the following types on bond.
Cash Bond. The defendant gives the money to the court to get his release. The money is returned at the end of the trial if the defendant completes their court responsibilities.
Personal Recognizance. This is also referred to as own recognizance or a signature bond. This allows the defendant to get out of jail without posting cash or assets as securities
Surety Bond. This involves participation of a professional surety, a bondsman. The bondsman promises the court the defendant will appear or the bondsman will pay the court the amount of the bond.
Cash Deposit. Ten percent of the bond amount is given to the court up front. Most of the money is returned at the end of the case if the defendant takes care of all his court responsibilities.
Property Bond. The deed to a home or real estate is signed over to the court to guarantee the defendant’s participation in their court orders. This is fairly uncommon.
1. Applicable Statutes.
1. KANSAS STATUTES ANNOTATED CHAPTER 22.–CRIMINAL PROCEDURE KANSAS CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE ARTICLE 28.–CONDITIONS OF RELEASE 22-2806 – 22-809.
2. At one time, Kansas had very detailed provisions regarding bail in Kansas Statutes ANNOTATED CHAPTER 61.–PROCEDURE, CIVIL, FOR LIMITED ACTIONS ARTICLE 3.–ARREST AND BAIL. However, this article was repealed.
|Marion County Probation Department|
Probation officer’s are appointed to investigate, report on, and supervise the conduct of convicted offenders on probation. Items to bring to the Probation Office include: employment verification (a pay stub), residence (a lease, copy of a utility bill, etc.), community service record log, counseling or meeting attendance, all personal drug prescriptions, medical condition documents, and immigration registration among other things.
|Office:||Marion County Probation Department|
|Location:||200 South 3rd Street, Marion, Kansas, 66861|
|Marion County Jail Statistics|
|Number of Persons Confined||3|
|Avg Daily Population||7|
|Name of new facility||not applicable|
|Full time payroll||9|
|Full time total employees||9|
|Total salaries and wages||35000|
|Other operating expenditures||50000|
|Total construction costs||0|
|Equipment, furnishings, etc||3000|
|Year of original construction||1932|
|Year of major renovation||1981|
|Name of new facility||not applicable|
Address: P.O. BOX 242 MARION KS 66861
|Marion County Unemployment and Median Household Income|
|Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016||6,050|
|Number Employed Annual Average, 2016||5,792|
|Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016||258|
|Unemployment Rate, 2016||4.3|
|Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015||51,196|
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
|Marion County Poverty Data|
|Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014||1,234|
|Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 2015||10.9|
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)
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