Marion County Sheriff’s Office administrative assistants perform a variety of administrative, detention, and clerical tasks, including information collection, statistical computation, verification duties in record and recording and maintenance of official department records. Extensive use of the computer in initiating and updating critical inmate files is also required. Duties including data entry, filing, records update, basic bookkeeping, operation of multiple office machines and instruments. This would include the use of detention – based equipment, such as cameras (both photographic and video) and digital equipment. Duties involve some direct contact with prisoners and the general public, as well as contact with other office employees, public officials, medical and legal professionals. They must also demonstrate working knowledge of and compliance with all department policies, procedures and directives.
It is the mission of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office to serve all people within our jurisdiction with respect, fairness, and compassion. The men and women of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office are dedicated to provide our citizens and visitors with a safe environment to live, work, and play. We are committed to the protection of life and property, the preservation of peace, order, and safety, and the enforcement of local, state, and federal laws. We strive for excellence by providing our employees with a positive, supportive and professional environment, which promotes innovative and creative thinking. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office shall continue to provide service of the highest quality to its citizens and build partnerships to resolve community problems. Click here to learn more.
Marion County Sheriff’s Office provides 24 hours patrol to 500 square miles. We provide services such as emergency response, calls for service, escorts, traffic enforcement, house watch checks, to name a few. We strive to be Public Servants to our citizens that we work for; our work encourages and inspires respect on a daily basis. Click here to learn more.
Marion County civil process is open during normal business hours at two locations. The Hannibal courthouse for all papers served within the city limits of Hannibal from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and at the Marion County Jail in Palmyra, Mo., for the rest of the county from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office strives to serve Civil Process effectively and efficiently for the citizens of Marion County. Click here to learn more.
Marion County Sheriff’s Office Investigators work side by side with the patrol division. We provide services such as felony investigations, death investigations and assisting other agencies with their cases. Marion County Sheriff’s Office Investigators are on a rotating call out schedule and are available to the citizens of Marion County through the tip line: 537-629-2077 press 7 or email us. Click here to learn more.