JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE MONTHLY REPORT
For the month ending November 30, 2011
Jackson County Sheriff, Roger LeVick reports that the Jackson County Deputies responded to a total of 470 calls for the month. The following is a summary of the calls that were responded to: 12 Business and Residential Alarms, 30 Stranded or Abandoned Vehicles, 2 911 Calls, 2 911 Hang-ups, 5 Animal Abuse/Neglect, 35 Animals Out, 1 Animal Bite, 15 Agency/Officer Assists, 1 Breaking and Entering, 3 Child Custody, 3 Damage to Property, 6 Debris in Roadway, 2 Disturbance Calls, 2 Domestics, 11 Emergency Calls, 1 Emergency Message, 2 Escorts, 5 Fights, 26 Fires, 71 Inmate Transports either to or from the Courthouse or from another Law Enforcement Agency, 5 Juvenile Transports, 2 Juvenile Disciplinary problems, 6 Reckless Drivers, 2 Shots Fired, 6 Stand By, 1 Stolen Vehicle / Equipment, 21 Suspicious Persons/Vehicles, 65 Traffic Stops, 2 Trespassing, 2 Trash Dumping, 6 Welfare Checks, and answered 31 other Miscellaneous Calls (Calls for Service, Civilian Transports, Open/Door Windows, Jail Assist, etc.).
Deputies served 59 Warrants, performed 2 Sheriff Sales, and served 58 Civil Papers.
Deputies worked a total of 12 new cases for the month of November. The following is a breakdown of these written reports: 1 Arson, 1 Simple Assault, 2 Stolen Property, 1 Breaking and Entering, 1 Burglary, 1 Threatening an Act of Violence, 2 Public Intoxications, 1 Driving with no Driver’s License, 1 Animals Estray, and 1 Rape.
Total population of the Jackson County Jail on November 30 was 128 inmates. 136 inmates were booked in and 122 inmates were released either by bonding out, time served, or court ordered release.
The Department, as a whole, drove a total of 18,741 miles for the month in performance of their duties.
You can access this month’s report along with previous months’ reports and registered sex offenders list for Jackson County at our web site: http://www.jacksoncountyok.com