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Johnson County Wyoming Sheriff Overview

Johnson County is located in the north central part of Wyoming. Its county seat is Buffalo. Johnson County was organized in 1881, after it was previously created as Pease County from parts of Albany, Carbon and Sweetwater Counties. The name of the county originates from E. P. Johnson, an attorney from Cheyenne. The zip codes in Johnson county include 82834, 82640 and 82840.
Johnson County Sheriff’s Office operations are run by Sheriff Steve Kozisek. To contact Sheriff Kozisek for non-emergency issues, visit his office situated at 639 Fort Street in Buffalo during regular working hours or call 307-684-5581. Other law enforcement officers on the Sheriff’s team are Undersheriff Kerry Wolf and Captain Kake French, who can be contacted at kerry.wolf@jcle.us or at jake.french@jcle.us respectively.

Johnson County Sheriff’s Office:
Address: 639 Fort Street Buffalo, WY 82834
Phone: 307-684-5581
Email: steve.kozisek@jcle.us

Inmate Search in Johnson County Jail

Since the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office does not keep online inmate roster to offer web lookups, the best way to find details about someone who is incarcerated in the local detention facility is to call the Sheriff’s Office at 307-684-5581. This resource is the optimal tool for recent 24 to 48-hour arrests. To get information about warrants and extraditions, please call Captain Jack French at 307-425-6034 or email jake.french@jcle.us. The second person to get in touch with for the same matter is Deputy Colter Chapman.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

Inmate Visitation
Maximum 5 adult visitors can visit one inmate during the designated visiting hours. Visitors on the list must show an ID when they start the visit. The jail provides a video visitation system. Visiting hours are:

  • Wednesdays: A and C Blocks – 6pm to 9:30pm
  • Thursdays: B, D and E Blocks – 6pm to 9:30pm
  • Saturdays: A and C Blocks, 9am to 11:45am, 1pm to 4pm
  • Sundays: B, D and E Blocks 9am to 11:45am, 1pm to 4pm

    Inmate Mail

    Outgoing mail is checked and inspected.

    Incoming mail needs to be addressed as follows:
    Inmate’s Full Name
    Johnson County Detention Center
    639 Fort Street
    Buffalo, WY 82834

    Inmate Telephone Usage
    Telephones are located in each block, providing collect calls or prepaid call services.

    Working at Johnson County Jail or Sheriff’s Office:

    Candidate interested in working in the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office must possess the required job qualifications and meet the fitness standards.
    General job requirements and necessary documents include:

  • 21 years of age
  • U.S. citizenship
  • High School or GED
  • No felonies on record
  • Driver’s License
  • Birth Certificate
  • Social Security Card
  • Military card for former members of the military

    You can download a general employment application from the Sheriff’s website, looking under ‘Employment’.

    Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

    Typical sex crimes are behaviors that include sex acts performed without obtaining the consent of the other person. Each criminal identified as a sex offender must register in the national sex offender registry and in the state registries, or otherwise risks subsequent confinement. Many county offices, including the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, provide links to the state registry. You can browse the Wyoming Sex Offender Registry for safety and education concerns about residents from your local area. The registry is maintained by the Wyoming Department of Criminal Investigation (DCI).

    Bail and Bondsman

    Bail is the amount which the inmate must post at court as a backup for his or her court appearance. It can be set in cash or in surety. This is the decision of the judge made within 72 hours of arrest and depends on the type of the crime and the criminal history of the offender. The information regarding the bail is published in the court records, such as the Circuit Court, which is available for contact at 307-684-5720 or the District Court, which is available for contact at 307-684-7271. You can use a bondsman for cash or surety bonds. Bonding agents provide bond loans for a service fee.

  • Johnson County Jail Statistics
    Number of Persons Confined 12
    Avg Daily Population 21
    Name of new facilitynot applicable
    Full time payroll 8
    Full time total employees 8
    Total salaries and wages 353350
    Other operating expenditures 108700
    Total construction costs 0
    Equipment, furnishings, etc 5000
    Year of original construction 1978
    Year of major renovationnot applicable
    Name of new facilitynot applicable

    Address: 639 FORT STREET BUFFALO WY 82834

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