Search Jail Roster in Ottawa County, Kansas. Results May Include: Arrest No., Charges, Mugshot, Booking Date, Booking Number, Warrant, Bond, Arresting Agency, Disposition, Physical Description, DOB.

Ottawa County, Kansas Sheriff Overview

Ottawa County is located in the northern part of Kansas. Its county seat is in Minneapolis. Ottawa County is named after Odawa tribe. Zip codes in Ottawa County include 67467 and 67422.

Sheriff Keith Coleman is the current head of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.

Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 312 N. Ottawa
Minneapolis, KS 67467
Phone: (785) 392-2157
Fax: (785) 392-3659

Inmate Search in Ottawa County Jail

The Ottawa 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 Jail personally at 312 N. Ottawa, Minneapolis, Kansas or call them at 785-392-3625 for inquiries.

Ottawa County Detention Center is located in Minneapolis, Kansas approximately twenty-three miles north of Salina, Kansas just off US 81 Highway. The new facility was opened in December of 1996 right behind the Ottawa County Courthouse. The jail is a 60 bed facility and house contract inmates as well as inmates from the county.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures

One should be sure that they are part of the visiting list of an inmate before they can visit them. In certain circumstances such as when an inmate first enters prison or is transferred to a new prison, a visiting list might not exist yet. In this case, immediate family members who can be verified by the information contained in the inmate’s Pre-Sentence Report, may be allowed to visit. However, if there is little or no information available about a person, visiting may be denied. You should always call the prison ahead of time to ensure your visit will be permitted.

Wear clothing that is appropriate for a large gathering of men, women, and young children. Wearing inappropriate clothing (such as provocative or revealing clothes) may result in your being denied visitation.

Because many people are usually visiting, it is important visits are quiet, orderly, and dignified. The visiting room officer can require you to leave if either you or the inmate is not acting appropriately.

Working at Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office/Jail

Deputy Sheriff and Corrections Officer positions are available at the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.

Some of the required qualifications include:

Deputy Sheriff:
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, and a valid Driver’s License. No felony, serious misdemeanor or domestic related offenses. Need to be willing to work all shifts, weekends, and holidays.

Corrections Officer:
Must be 21 years of age, high school diploma or GED. No felony convictions, No serious misdemeanors or domestic violence offenses. Must be able to work 12 hour shifts, weekends, and holidays.

If you are interested in this job, you may visit this link for the application form.

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 Ottawa 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.

Ottawa 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:State Parole Office
Location:116a West 2nd Street, Ottawa, Kansas, 66067
Phone:785-242-7049
Fax:785-242-6987
Ottawa County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined50
Avg Daily Population50
Name of new facilitynot applicable
Full time payroll11
Full time total employees11
Total salaries and wagesnot applicable
Other operating expendituresnot applicable
Total construction costsnot applicable
Equipment, furnishings, etcnot applicable
Year of original constructionnot applicable
Year of major renovationnot applicable
Name of new facilitynot applicable

Address: 312 N. OTTAWA STREET MINNEAPOLIS KS 67467

Ottawa County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 20163,190
Number Employed Annual Average, 20163,063
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016127
Unemployment Rate, 20164.0
Median Household Income Annual Average, 201550,302
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
Ottawa County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014587
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 201510.0
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)
Thursday, January 14th, 2021 at 1:13pm
Thank you to the Franklin County Health Department for providing the #COVID19 vaccine to police department staff today.

@ottawaksgov
@FRCO_OEM
@FranklinCoKS https://t.co/571Rx5ege5
Saturday, January 9th, 2021 at 12:26pm
We are thankful for a supportive community and for our wonderful staff of volunteer, professional and sworn officers who Serve and Protect everyday-Chief Adam Weingartner

#LawEnforcementAppreciationDay https://t.co/MhLnoQDJ2Q
Friday, January 1st, 2021 at 1:33pm
Need to file an accident report today? Hopefully not, but if you do and call volume is too high we made it easy for you. Complete online or download report and email. Go to https://t.co/NsOcL9AHcD

Please share this! #KSWX
Franklin County Emergency Communications Center
Friday, January 1st, 2021 at 12:52am
We have practiced all year for this!!!! We are pros by now!

Let's all stay home and do the whole #socialdistancing thing!

#kswx
@FRCO_OEM https://t.co/Bz2sQkGH5K
Thursday, December 31st, 2020 at 2:43pm
Please join the @ottawapd on Monday, January 4 at 0800 hours to watch the swearing in of the first Ottawa Police Cadet live on the PD Facebook page. Thanks to the @Ottawa290 @celebrateOHS and the Ottawa Police Foundation for their support to accomplish this goal. https://t.co/6D54BJSHh6
Wednesday, December 30th, 2020 at 8:00pm
Did you know that many property crimes are related to drug crimes? Want to share drug tips or information?

Call the Ottawa Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit-messages go straight to the drug unit detective. https://t.co/YosVaFGsPr
Friday, December 25th, 2020 at 10:00am
The @ottawapd selected ECKAN to receive donations toward the Christmas gift campaign for No Shave November. Participating officers donated each week in November to help raise money to help provide Christmas to families in our community. @ECKAN1966 https://t.co/S0mScjLuzs
Thursday, December 24th, 2020 at 10:00am
Thank you to our spouse and significant other group for the wonderful Christmas gifts. Each officer received a gift with their badge number engraved. #ThankYou #MerryChristmas https://t.co/wxYTPCDIlC
Wednesday, December 23rd, 2020 at 2:23pm
Need to report drug crimes or tips? Call and ask 4DEU!

Call OPD DEU anytime day or night. If no one answers leave a message and a drug detective will return the call. The phone system emails your message to the detective. https://t.co/e52RSlA7du
Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020 at 3:31pm
The Cox family stopped by to deliver some cookies. The kids even told Officer Dougan what they were wanting for Christmas. We are sure you two will get your Sonic the Hedgehog toy and radio- bringing cookies to officers automatically puts you on the NICE list! https://t.co/AAAaJSs8kV
Tuesday, December 22nd, 2020 at 3:06pm
Instead of an Ugly Sweater contest @ottawaksgov held an Ugly Christmas Mask contest. Proud of Ottawa PD (Officer Alarcon) and Ottawa Muni Court (Connie Sams) for WINNING!!

And we know @OttawaFireKS is not really naughty...... https://t.co/el9pncUx8Z
Thursday, December 3rd, 2020 at 7:26pm
Have you seen this missing juvenile out of Lawrence/Douglas County? Please share at the request of family.

Find more info at National Center for Missing & Exploited Children or on the Kansas Bureau of Investigation website. https://t.co/Bz9OeYVQe5
Thursday, December 3rd, 2020 at 1:25pm
Drive safe Ottawa! https://t.co/t6vbKUlR1F
NWS Topeka @NWSTopeka
KDOT cameras showing light snow accumulations on grassy surfaces near Ottawa #kswx https://t.co/gmKrYeR6am
Friday, November 27th, 2020 at 1:11am
#Thankful to those who keep us safe on holidays.

Another busy day for patrol but ended with some To-Go boxes of BBQ, turkey, stuffing, and baked potatoes....Fed the patrol shift and some friends who could not be with family today.

(Chief Weingartner) https://t.co/dJfwNq0hno
Wednesday, November 18th, 2020 at 1:01pm
During City Commission meeting today OPD staff was recognized for their years of service:

10 years: Senior Custodian John Thompson, Sergeant Ryan Murphy.

20 years: Detective Leah Thomas, Lieutenant Casey Crane

25 years: Police Chief Adam Weingartner https://t.co/BJF9CKjT1a
Thursday, November 12th, 2020 at 1:46am
Please help me help you! We need to be here to respond to your calls for help.

On behalf of all the employees of the police department and municipal court-THANK YOU!

While you are at it-lock your cars, don't leave weapons unsecured in vehicles and report suspicious activity.

Please Share Your Experiences Visiting Or Staying In This Facility