|Services and Responsibilities
In the State of Ohio, the Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer in each county. As Sheriff of Lucas County, he has a vast amount of responsibility to the citizens he serves. The Sheriff must provide the following services:
- Law enforcement
- Court security
- Service of papers
- Jail operations
- Extradition process
- Transportation of prisoners
- Maintain full police jurisdiction in all the municipalities, villages, and townships within Lucas County
Sheriff John Tharp
TO CONTACT THE BOOKING SECTION OF THE LUCAS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - YOU MUST CALL 419-213-4924 OR 419-213-4960. PLEASE LISTEN TO THE PROMPTS AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION.
TO CONTACT THE LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION OF THE LUCASE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - YOU MUST CALL 419-213-4917 OR 419-213-4735. PLEASE LISTEN TO THE PROMPTS AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION.
TO CONTACT THE CONCEALED CARRY DESK, PLEASE CALL 419-213-4269, MONDAY - FRIDAY, 8:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.
Lucas County Anti-Bullying Campaign
As part of the Lucas County Anti-Bullying Campaign, the Lucas County Sheriff's Office in conjunction with the Lucas County Commissioner's Office is pleased to offer assistance to anyone who wants to report bullying or other forms of school related issues.
The Lucas County Sheriff's Office Bullying Hotline can be reached twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week by either texting or calling the following number: 419-654-3425
. You may also file your complaint by clicking on the icon below:
|If this is an emergency, please contact 9-1-1 immediately.
Rescue Crisis/Suicide Prevention Line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)