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Onondaga County Information
Onondaga County can be found on the west central portion of New York State. Based on the 2010 census, there are 467,026 people living in the area. The total area of the county is 806 square miles. It has a population density of 600 people per square mile. Zip codes in the county include 13135, 13138, 13141, 13152, and 13153.
The county was created in 1794. It was named after the Native American tribe, the Onondaga people, who used to live in the area. The county seat is Syracuse.
Sheriff Eugene J. Conway is the highest ranking law enforcement officer in Onondaga County. The Sheriff’s Office is located at 407 S State St, Syracuse, NY 13202. The Sheriff’s phone number is 315-435-3044.
The Sheriff’s Office is comprised of three departments – the Civil Department, the Custody Department, and the Police Department. The Police Department has several divisions including Special Crime, Criminal Investigations, and Patrol.
Onondaga County belongs to the 5th Judicial District. The Administration Office is located in the Onondaga Co. Office Building at 600 South State Street, Syracuse, NY 13202. You can get in touch with the office at 315-671-2111. The District Administrative Judge is Hon. James C. Tormey, III.
The Onondaga County Courthouse is located at 401 Montgomery Street, Syracuse, NY 13202. It houses the Appellate Division 4th Department, the Supreme Court, and the Surrogate’s Court.
The Appellate Division Justices are Hon. Edward D. Carni, Hon. John V. Centra, and Hon. Brian F. DeJoseph. The Supreme Court Justices are Hon. James C. Tormey, Hon. John J. Brunetti, Hon. Gordon J. Cuffy, Hon. Gregory R. Gilbert, Hon. Donald A. Greenwood, Hon. Deborah H. Karalunas, Hon. James P. Murphy, and Hon. Anthony J. Paris.
The Patrick J. Corbett Justice Center is located at the 555 S State St, Syracuse, NY 13202. This is a direct-supervision maximum-security facility that houses arrested, pre-trial, Federal, State, and County inmates. The contact number for the Justice Center is 315-435-1770.
Registration at the Justice Center Front Center is required for all visitors before they are allowed to visit. There are 5 rounds of up to 17 visits on each round per night. The first round starts at around 3:30pm and the last round starts at around 9pm. Inmates are allowed 1 visit per day, 2 visits per week.
Visitation is on a first-come, first-served basis, requiring visitors to take a number. All visitors must be present when their numbers are called or they will be assigned a new number.
The registration times are as follows:
Contact visits – Monday to Friday from 2pm to 8:30pm (or until full)
Secure visits – 7 days a week from 7am to 9:15am & 12:30pm to 1:15pm; Saturday & Sunday from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.
Visitation times for contact visits are as follows:
From 3:30 pm to 10:30 pm on the following schedule:
Monday _________ 2nd & 3rd Floors ONLY
Tuesday_________ 4th & 5th Floors ONLY *
Wednesday______ 2nd & 3rd Floors ONLY
Thursday ________ 4th & 5th Floors ONLY *
Friday___________ ALL FLOORS
* Detainees who are on Administrative or Punitive Segregation housed in any special housing units, 5th floor, and Pod 3C, can ONLY receive visits on Tuesday and Thursday between 9:30 pm and 10:30 pm. Registration will begin at approximately 7:15 pm. The visit will begin at around 9 pm.
Visiting times for secure visits are:
7 days a week: 7:30am – 8:30am / 9:30am – 10:30am / 1:30pm-2:30pm
Saturday & Sunday: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Only 2 visitors are allowed to visit an inmate at a time (including children). All personal property must be secured in the locker provided.
Family and friends can deposit money into an inmate’s account using the lobby kiosk everyday from 7:30am – 10:30pm. They will need the inmate’s full name and date of birth. They can also deposit money online at the Smart Deposit website. They will need the inmate’s full name, ICN#, and Facility Code (SYR).
To send correspondence to an inmate, please follow the format below:
Inmate Name, Inmate Control Number (ICN)
555 South State Street
Syracuse, New York 13202
Sex Offender Search and Lookup:
Federal law stipulates that all sex offenders must be registered in the state sex offender database and the national sex offender database. A sex offender is defined as an individual who has a conviction for a sexually motivated offense such as rape, child pornography, or incest. Anyone can access data on sex offenders residing in Onondaga County by visiting the New York State Sex Offender Registry. Keep in mind that you may get search results showing only the last known address of an offender. This is because not all offenders comply with the registration law.
Bail and Bail Bond Agents:
The temporary release of a pretrial inmate is granted by the court once bail has been posted. Bail is the amount of money or bond that must be paid to the court and will serve as collateral to secure the defendant’s appearance at all of his court dates. Once the trial is done, the court will return the bail minus a 3% administrative fee as long as the defendant appeared at all of his court dates. The bail will be revoked and forfeited if the defendant misses a court appearance. If bail cannot be paid, the defendant will have to stay in jail until he is released, the trial is over, or the case has been dismissed.
The courts of New York accept different forms of money for posting bail. However, they do not give change. Individuals must provide the exact amount in payment. They are allowed to use more than one kind of money in one transaction. The list of acceptable forms of money are as follows:
A bond agent can post bail on behalf of a defendant for a fee. Unlike bail, this fee cannot be refunded.. The New York State Insurance Department regulates bond agents and their fees. To calculate the fee for a bond agent’s services, you can use the tiered system below:
A $200 bond or less has a fee of $10.
A $3000 bond or less has a fee equal to 10% of the bail amount
A bond of $3001-$10000 has a fee equal to 10% of $3000 and 8% of the remaining amount.
A bond of more than $10000 has a fee 10% of $3000, 8% of the amount between $3000-$10000, and 6% of the remaining amount.
Here’s an example. To calculate the bond fee for a $15000 bond, you must use the formula below:
(10% x $3000) + (8% x $7000) + (6% x $5000) = $1160
|Onondaga County Jail Statistics|
|Number of Persons Confined||577|
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|Full time payroll||277|
|Full time total employees||277|
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Address: 555 S. STATE STREET SYRACUSE NY 13202
|Onondaga County Unemployment and Median Household Income|
|Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016||221,090|
|Number Employed Annual Average, 2016||211,147|
|Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016||9,943|
|Unemployment Rate, 2016||4.5|
|Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015||57,114|
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
|Onondaga County Poverty Data|
|Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014||66,114|
|Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 2015||14.6|
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)
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