1 week ago
Sitting here in the Court Security, Transportation of Prisoners and Civil Process Committee at the National Sheriff’s Conference in Louisville KY. Sheriffs and Deputies from throughout the country have convened to educate themselves as well as find ways to improve the service we provide to our respective counties back at home. We are proud to represent Hardin County on the national level. ... See MoreSee Less
Hardin County Sheriff’s office does a great job. Continuing education is very important. Thank you to each and everyone of our officers and the dept.
I'm sure you can teach them a few things. Very proud of our Sheriff's Office.
The more we learn the better we do. Always striving to do better. You all are awesome.
Thanks to the Ada Public Library for inviting us to help kick off of your summer reading program, today. Deputy Peterson enjoyed talking with all the children and their parents while giving them the opportunity to “Touch-a-Truck” / “tour” one of our Ford Explorer cruisers. Thanks too, to our Hardin County citizens for providing this great tool that enables us to serve you. ... See MoreSee Less
Indebted for your services to our community
Happy kids Thanks to the Hardin County Sheriffs!!! Great job!!!
I love that you do this for the children. Thank You Hardin County Sheriffs Office!
Thanks to the Hardin County Sheriffs Office. Love the pictures
Beth Young Price
Thank you Grant Clover Buds and Hardin Highlighters 4-H Clubs for inviting Deputy Kendrick Garmon to your meetings on Thursday evening (5/30/19)! It was a pleasure to meet you and speak about important safety tips. ... See MoreSee Less
1 month ago
Sheriff Everhart was honored to present certificates of completion to the 5th grade classes of Upper Scioto Valley and Hardin Northern Schools during D.A.R.E. graduation ceremonies on Tuesday, May 21st. The 10 week D.A.R.E. class instructed by Deputy Christina Henderson, provides cutting edge instruction that helps prevent drug use by developing basic, core skills needed for safe and responsible choices…skills that extend well beyond drugs to healthy and mature choices in life. ... See MoreSee Less
PLEASE DISREGARD OUR LAST POST (now deleted) concerning the possible interruption of phone service for our business line @ (419)673-1268, that was to occur this Wednesday the 22nd. We have been notified that the changeover to the new phone service carrier has been postponed. We will advise when a new date is scheduled. Thank you for your understanding. ... See MoreSee Less
The first Get Hooked On Fishing event is being held today at France Lake. The mission of the program is to introduce the younger generation to positive activities while enjoying the outdoors. 35 kids are participating today and hopefully enjoying a new hobby. All participants will leave today with a new fishing pole and other items that have been either donated or purchased through a grant from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. We would like to thank the following businesses and groups for making today possible.
Quest Federal Credit Union
Ohio Department of Natural Resources
Hardin Co S/O VIPS
Hardin Co Common Pleas Court
Hardin Co Community Corrections
A special thank you to Det. Mike Conley from the Hardin Co Sheriff’s Office, Game Warden Ryan Kennedy and Probation Officer Aaron Mcpherson for putting this all together. ... See MoreSee Less
May 15, 2019
Summonses Issued for Liquor Laws Violations -
On Friday May 10th Deputies from the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office conducted an undercover operation to monitor compliance with liquor sales laws among area businesses.
A total of 12 businesses throughout the county were monitored; they were located in Dunkirk, Forest, Ridgeway, Mt. Victory, McGuffey, Alger and Kenton. As a result, 2 summonses for selling alcohol to an underage person were issued to employees of 2 different businesses.
In addition to the individual charges, the cases will be forwarded to the Ohio Department of Public Safety Investigative Division for possible sanctions against the liquor permit holders. ... See MoreSee Less
The Hardin County Sheriff's Office communications staff has been working hand-in-hand with the State of Ohio 911 Program Office to ensure compliance for the 2019 year. As of today, Hardin County is officially in compliance with the standards set forth by the State of Ohio 911 Program Office.
The State of Ohio requires compliance with 14 standards, ranging from staffing, 911 phone answering times, emergency power, as well as educational standards for all dispatch staff, and several other things. The goal of these standards is so that where ever a 911 caller is in the state of Ohio, they receive the same type of services.
Way to go Communications staff!! ... See MoreSee Less
Appreciate everything you all do to keep us safe !!!
The Dunkirk 911 issues have been resolved. ... See MoreSee Less
We have received information that the 911 lines in Dunkirk are not working. We believe this is a Centurylink issue. Please call 419-673-1268 for service if you are in the Dunkirk phone exchange until further notice. ... See MoreSee Less