The Monroe County Sheriff's Office lobby hours are Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Lobby hours are subject to change without notice due to holidays, inclement weather, etc. The list of fees for specific services is a downloadable link, below. Acceptable forms of payment include exact cash, money orders, master card, visa or debit card. No personal checks. Please be prepared to provide your valid photo I.D.
Effective July 1, 2022, Indiana has a permitless carry option, providing you meet the criteria of a proper person under Indiana law. If you are uncertain if you meet the criteria, you should apply for a lifetime or 5 year firearms permit and the Indiana State Police will conduct the necessary checks to determine if you are a proper person under Indiana statute. If you choose to carry under the permitless option, it is recommended that you consult an attorney to determine you meet compliance with IC 35-47-2-1.5 prior to carrying a handgun under this new law.
If you choose to carry under the permitless option, it is recommended that you consult an attorney prior to carrying a handgun under this new law, especially if you plan to travel outside of Indiana with a firearm and/or or need to insure you meet IC 35-47-2-1.5 compliance as stated above.
Have you been thinking about obtaining a protective order (also referred to as a "restraining order" or a "no-contact" order)? Click below for more information:
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Tips from The American National Red Cross help you be better prepared for an emergency or disaster. The American National Red Cross offers aid, advice, and assistance to victims of disasters.
All children under the age of 8 must be properly restrained in a child safety seat or booster seat. Make sure you are doing this right, for your kid's sake.