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Hot Springs County Wyoming Sheriff Overview

Hot Springs County is located in the northwestern part of Wyoming with a county seat of Thermopolis. The county was formed in 1911 as part of Big Horn, Park and Fremont counties. This is the second least-populous Wyoming county and was named after the hot springs located near the county seat. The zip codes in Hot Springs County are 82430 and 82443.

Sheriff Lou Falgoust is in charge of Hot Springs County Sheriff’s Office. Apart from maintaining security in the county, the Sheriff’s Office also performs VIN checks and serves criminal papers to citizens. To reach the Sheriff or his staff members, please call
307-864-2622 or send an email to sheriff@hscounty.com.

Hot Springs County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 417 Arapahoe Thermopolis, WY 82443
Phone: 307-864-2622
Fax: 307-864-3333
Email: sheriff@hscounty.com

Inmate Search in Hot Springs County Jail

Some details about inmates housed in the Jail Division in Hot Springs County Sheriff’s can be found on the Sheriff’s official FB page. Look out for Most Wanted offenders there. Alternatively, call the Sheriff at 307-864-2622 to ask about specific arrests from the last 24 hours. You can also search in the Wyoming Offender Locator records, but please note that this resource does not include inmates who are in detention unless they have been transferred to state penitentiaries.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

To find out details about visiting inmates located in the Hot Springs County Jail, please call the Sheriff’s Office at 307-864-2622 or email sheriff@hscounty.com. Typically, visits are conducted only in the scheduled hours, upon presentation of a photo ID document, unless you are an attorney or a member of the clerical profession. Jail staff will be able to tell you more about possible alternatives for sending money to inmates and how they can receive mail.

Working at Hot Springs County Jail or Sheriff’s Office:

For newly opened positions in the Sheriff’s Office, you can either follow the Employment Opportunities section on the Sheriff’s website or examine the ads in the Thermopolis Independent Record newspaper.

Currently, the Hot Springs Sheriff’s Office has an open position for a Patrol Deputy Sheriff.

Job qualifications include:

  • High School graduate or GED
  • No criminal record
  • U.S. Citizenship
  • At least 21 years old
  • Hot Springs County residency

    The job hiring process includes:

  • Written exam, spelling test and oral interview
  • Polygraph test and a background check
  • Physical examination, drug and alcohol screening, psychological test.

    You can get an application from Hot Springs County Sheriff’s Office, 417 Arapahoe, Thermopolis, WY 82443. Completed applications need to be returned to the same address.

    Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

    For an individual to be qualified as a sex offender, he or she must have committed a sex crime against the will of another person, such as an action of sexual abuse or assault, rape, molestation or child pornography. Sex offenders must register in the main national registry, as well as in the local state registry. To find out who is registered as a sex offender locally, you can access the county registry maintained by the Hot Springs County law enforcement officials at the Community Notifications system or perform a web lookup in the Wyoming Sex Offender Registry.

    Bail and Bondsman

    The judge sets the bail bond to help the defendant stay out of custody until the next step in the criminal proceedings. If you meet the conditions of the bail bond as set in the court order, you can leave the jail and defend from freedom. If you want to help someone close leave custody, you need to obtain the bond amount by calling the Sheriff’s Office, and then post the bail as required. You can get in touch with a bondsman if the total bond amount is above limits. Bonding companies offer bail loans to interested parties and complete the procedure on their behalf at law enforcement agencies.

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    Hot Springs County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined 10
    Avg Daily Population 10
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    Full time payroll 6
    Full time total employees 6
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