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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 3, 2016 Porter County Sheriff’s Office Announces Start of 2016 Click It or Ticket Campaign Includes participation in shared “Border to Border” mobilization
Officer Nick Brown and Officer Chris Jostes, successfully completed their training at the Northwest Indiana Law Enforcement Academy.
Porter County Sheriff's Office personel take part in race to honor fallen brothers and sisters in law enforcement.
The second annual Northwest Regional Sheriff’s Camp is being held again this year at the Indiana Dunes State Park this August 2nd, 3rd, and 4th 2016.
We welcome our newest K9 member, Fury.
The Porter County Bomb Squad assisted a Fire Investigations course in Gary
A great time was had by all at the 911 Slugfest for the Make A Wish Foundation
We were fortunate to be present for the ground breaking of the new Hayes Leonard Elementary School.
Defensive tactics training vital for officers
Union Center Elementary concluded their Law Enforcement Appreciation Week in style!
Sgt Matt Edwards teamed up our K9 unit with area K9 officers to celebrate and help make a memorable 9th birthday for Lake Station's, Gerald Hamilton.
Two-county high-speed persuit ends in Michigan City Menards store.
We have seen a rash of thefts from vehicles over the weekend and last week that have occurred during the night. The thefts have been in Union Township, Center Township and Washington Township. We would like to remind everyone to please keep your vehicles locked and your valuables secured.
Sgt Larry LaFlower stopped in at Union Township Elementary School.
Our Community Forum on February 5th at Valparaiso University helped continue dialogue with the public.
New Officers to the Porter County Sheriff's Office
Sgt. Jason Praschak welcomes new K9 partner, Rogue
Time Runs Out for Unsafe Drivers as the Porter County Sheriff’s Department Cracks Down
During March Enforcement Campaign
"Porter County's God Pod inmates use Bible to head down a new path"
Presented by Guard911 and TruArmor. Featuring Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman, U.S Army (ret.), Lt. Brian Murphy, formerly with Oak Creek, WI Police, and Monroe County Sheriff Michael Neal, Arkansas.
Charges of Burglary Level 4 Felony and Theft A-Misdemeanor to be filed for Jacob Wozniak.
Porter County Sheriff's Office employees contribute record amount to United Way.
A Memorial to All Fallen Law Enforcement Officers of Porter County, Indiana
On February 23rd Sheriff Reynolds stopped in at the Chesterton Montessori School to read to the children.
Officers participate in "No More" video.
Senator Donnelly gives accolades to the Porter County Sheriff’s Office for their YouTube video; “Heroin not a problem, an Epidemic.
The Porter County Commissioners with the advice and guidance of the Porter County Highway Department Supervisor have declared ‘The Frost Law’ which is effective Wednesday, February 24, at 8:00 am, and will remain in effect until road engineers determine when weather/frost conditions are such that our roadways can resume normal truck traffic.
The Porter County Jail provided a GED ceremony for two inmates who successfully completed the program and received their GED.
The Porter County Sheriff's Office was victorious in the 4th Annual Dodgeball Tourney of Fireman vs Police.
Welcome the Porter County Sheriff's Office newest K9 member, Bumpus.
In regards to the Car vs. Pedestrian crash on Saturday 1/23/16 at 370 E CR 1200 N,
4th Annual Dodgeball Tournament on January 29th
Fireman vs Police / Heroes vs Heroes
Today, January 13, 2016, Sheriff David Reynolds announced the official launch of the Porter County Sheriff’s Office App for mobile devices and smart phones.
The Porter County Sheriff’s Department completed seat belt and impaired driving enforcement for the Safe Family Travel campaign. The Blitz 84 period was from November 13th and ran through December 6th.
MERRILLVILLE, IN.—NIPSCO is warning customers of a rise in telephone scams, which began over the weekend and has continued into Monday.
In an effort to make the upcoming Thansgiving Holiday travel safer. Read More
Halloween Safety Tips keeping your family safe
Texas Governor Greg Abbott called for law enforcement across Texas to honor the funeral of slain Harris County Deputy Sheriff Darren Goforth on Friday 09-04-15. Read More
On Sunday at 11:39pm, the Porter County Sheriff's Office received a report of a shooting in the 400 West block of 400 North of Union Township. The initial investigation shows a possible hit-and-run crash occurred in the area of County Line Road and Cleveland Ave in Hobart, Indiana.
No one wants to have a need for a naloxone kit, but it can save lives. If you suspect someone in your family may be using an opioid like heroin, talk to your doctor to see if a prescription is right for you.
"Substance abuse in Porter County youth touches every resident of the county. It is a problem that affects the health and well-being of the county as a whole both now and for the future."
On Sunday, June 28th, 2015 at 7:30 am, Burns Harbor Police responded to their station to meet with a female who stated her estranged husband, Robert Pioch, had come to her residence on Haglund Rd around 3:00 am and fired several rounds from a firearm at her residence.
"Officer Paul Czupryn, whose heroic acts on July 4th prevented a disaster for hundreds of holiday crowd-goers was awarded the Medal of Valor, the highest honor one can receive from the Porter County Sheriff’s Department."
"Jay Birky knows every inch of the Porter County Jail. He’s often on patrol and will join the Porter County Sheriff’s Department SWAT team when a crisis arises..."
Sheriff David Reynolds presented Detective Matt Boone and Officer Dave Murray with Lifesaving Awards for their efforts in administering Naloxone to opiate overdose victims and saving them from cardiac arrest. Read More
Sheriff David Reynolds presented Officer Darrell Hobgood with a plaque for his 5 years of dedicated service to Porter County... Read More
"The opioid reversal drug Naloxone has been credited for saving another Porter County life."
The Porter County Sheriff's Department has announced the Sheriff's Office lobby is open for use 24/7. The Sheriff's Department is located at 2755 S. Ind. 49 in Valparaiso. Read More