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Ulster County Information

Ulster County can be found in the southern part of New York State. It has a population of 182,493 based on the 2010 census. The total area of the county is 1,161 square miles. The zip codes include 12758, 12782, 12401, 12404, and 12406. The county was created in 1683 and named after Ulster, a province in Ireland. The county seat is Kingston.

Sheriff’s office

Sheriff Paul Van Blarcum is the highest ranking law enforcement of Ulster County. The Sheriff’s Office is located at 380 Boulevard, Kingston, NY 12401. The contact number for the dispatcher is (845) 338-3640. The patrol division’s number is (845) 340-3718.
The Sheriff’s Office is comprised of the Corrections Division, the Criminal Division, the Civil Division, the Administration, and the URGENT Drug and Gang Tips Division.

County courthouse

The Ulster County Courthouse is located at 285 Wall Street, Kingston, NY 12401. Hon. Karen K. Peters is the Appellate Judge, 3rd Dept. You can reach her at 845-481-9333. The Supreme Court Justices are Hon. Christopher E. Cahill and Hon. Judge James P. Gilpatric. You can get in touch with them at 845-481-9397 and 845-481-9404, respectively. The County Court Judge is Hon. Donald A. Williams. You can reach him at 845-481-9393.

County jail

The Ulster County Jail is located at 380 Boulevard, Kingston, NY 12401. The contact number for this facility is (845) 340-3644.
There are three visiting times at this facility:
Visit 1: 8:30am. Visitors must sign in between 7:45 and 8:15am.
Visit 2: 10:15am. Visitors must sign in between 9:30 and 10:00 am.
Visit 3: 1:15pm. Visitors must sign in between 12:30 and 1:00 pm.
All visitors must present a photo ID. Only 2 visitors will be allowed at a time. Each inmate is allowed two 1-hour visits per week.

Sex Offender Search & Lookup

Federal law stipulates that a sex offender must provide his information to local law enforcement for filing in the state sex offender database and the national sex offender database. An individual is defined as a sex offender if he was found guilty of a sexually motivated crime such as rape, sex trafficking, and prostitution. By searching the New York State Sex Offender Registry, people can locate sex offenders residing in Ulster County. Keep in mind that some of the records in the database only contain last known addresses. This is because not all offenders register their information.

Bail and Bail Bond Agents

A pretrial inmate can remain out of jail if bail has been paid. Bail is the money or bond lodged with the court that will serve to secure the defendant’s compliance in fulfilling all of his court obligations. Bail is refunded minus a 3% administrative fee once the trial is done. Failure to comply with the court’s orders will mean forfeiting the bail. A pretrial inmate remains detained in the facility if bail cannot be posted.
Paying the bail can be done using one or several forms of money in one transaction. The courts in New York require payments made in the exact amount because change will not be provided. The acceptable forms of payment are:

  • US cash
  • Cashier’s Check with an amount that is not bigger than the bail amount
  • Money orders from a bank or Western Union that are not larger than $1000 (each)
  • Credit card (you need to pay an 8% processing fee)
  • Debit card
    The New York State Insurance Department monitors bond agents and uses a tiered system for their fees. Bond agents can be hired to post bail on behalf of a defendant. This fee is non-refundable. To calculate the fee for your bond agent, you can use the tiered system below:
    The fee is $10 for a $200 bond or less.
    The fee is 10% of the bail for a $3000 bond or less.
    The fee is 10% of the first $3000 and 8% for the remaining amount for a bond of $3001 to $10000.
    The fee is 10% of the first $3000, 8% for the amount between $3000 and $10000, and 6% for the remaining amount for a bond that is higher than $10000.
    Here’s an example:
    To calculate for the bond fee of a $15000-bond, compute for 10% of $3000, 8% of $7000, and 6% of $5000, then add them all together. Using that formula, the bond fee is $1160.

    Contact the Ulster 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:Ulster County Public Defender
    Address:18 Lucas Avenue Extension, Kingston, New York, 12401
    Ulster 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:Ulster County Probation Department
    Location:733 Broadway, Kingston, New York, 12401
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    Ulster County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined222
    Avg Daily Populationnot applicable
    Name of new facilitynot applicable
    Full time payroll148
    Full time total employees148
    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


    Ulster County Unemployment and Median Household Income
    Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 201688,256
    Number Employed Annual Average, 201684,367
    Number Unemployed Annual Average, 20163,889
    Unemployment Rate, 20164.4
    Median Household Income Annual Average, 201558,328
    Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
    Ulster County Poverty Data
    Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 201424,163
    Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 201514.0
    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

    Ulster County Sheriff's Office

    A Message from the Sheriff - It is the mission of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office to serve the public by enhancing our partnership with the community, and in so doing, protect life and property, prevent crime, solve problems and foster good will through courtesy and professionalism. The Ulster County Sheriff's Office shall maintain a correctional facility with the highest degree of security to ensure the safety of the citizens, staff and inmates. The Ulster County Sheriff's Office was established in 1661. The Sheriff of Ulster County is an elected official (4 year term) who is the chief law enforcement officer of the County and is the county's conservator of the peace in accordance with County Law section 650. The Ulster County Sheriff's Office is accredited by the New York State Law Enforcement Accreditation Council and is comprised of three main divisions: Criminal Division, Corrections Division and Civil Division. Criminal Division Headquartered in the City of Kingston and located in the Hudson Valley of New York State, the Sheriff's Criminal Division provides proactive law enforcement services to the county's residents and visitors in 20 towns, 3 villages and the city of Kingston. Ulster County is comprised of 1,150 square miles with 2,200 miles of roadways, and a population of 182,493 (2010 Census). Corrections Division The Sheriff is responsible for the custody, control and movement of inmates confined to the Ulster County Jail. Committed to the jail are prisoners who may be charged with any type of crime or violation, including homicide, rape, DWI, trespass, etc. The Sheriff is responsible to assure that all prisoners are kept secure and properly cared for. He must continually conform to the rules and regulations set forth by NYS Correction Law and the New York State Correction Commission, such as providing contact visitation, education, and rehabilitation. Civil Division The Civil Division is a state mandated service of the Sheriff's Office. Its purpose and function is to serve and execute the various legal processes issued not only by and for the several non-criminal courts of the state and its subdivisions, but also for the legal community and the general public. Departmental and divisional policies and procedures are consistent with New York State and court case law and are designed and developed to insure the accurate, expeditious, and judicious service and execution of all matters relating to civil process. The rulings that apply include Civil Practice Law and Rules, Judiciary Law, Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law (RPAPL), and the Family Court Act (FCA). Annual Report The Ulster County Sheriff's Office Annual Reports feature information on activities each department, including call, complaint, arrest, accident, and inmate statistics, investigations, advancements and awards. Our Agency Mission It is the mission of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office to serve the public by enhancing our partnership with the community, and in so doing, protect life and property, prevent crime, solve problems and foster good will through courtesy and professionalism. The Ulster County Sheriff's Office shall maintain a correctional facility with the highest degree of security to ensure the safety of the citizens, staff and inmates. Value Statements In our continuing pursuit of excellence, we, the members of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office, are dedicated to, and proudly promote: Dignity With confidence and pride in ourselves, we strive to remain compassionate and protect the rights of all citizens equally. Integrity We will be responsible for our conduct, both professionally and personally. We will be fair, honest, courteous and show strength of character at all times. We hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards of ethical conduct and strive to be role models for all. Professional Service We recognize the trust the public places in us and we accept that responsibility. We are devoted to providing quality service and strive to remain effective, efficient and responsive to the changing needs of our community while providing a safe environment. Sworn or civilian, full-time or part-time, we are proud to belong to this agency and to promote these values.

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