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Contact Butler County

Butler County Courthouse

428 Sixth Street
P.O. Box 325
Allison, IA 50602

F: (319 ) 267-2625

E: strepp@butlercoiowa.org

Assessor:
   (319) 267-2264
Auditor:
   (319) 267-2670
County Attorney:
   (319) 267-2521
Clerk of Court:
   (319) 267-2487
Driver License:
   (319) 267-2145
Emergency Management:
   (319) 267-9968
Engineer:
   (319) 267-2630
Recorder:
   (319) 267-2735
Public Health:
   (319) 267-2934
Sheriff:
   (319) 267-2410
Treasurer: Auto:
   (319) 267-2774
Treasurer: Tax:
   (319) 267-2703
Veteran Affairs:
   (319) 267-9967
Zoning/Planning:
   (319) 267-9968

 

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Butler County is now using the CodeRED Emergency Notification System. It is an ultra high-speed telephone communication service for emergency notifications and the distribution of information considered to be important... read more.

Contact Sheriff's Office

Jason Johnson, Sheriff

Butler County Sheriff's Office
Butler County Courthouse
428 Sixth Street
P.O. Box 345
Allison, IA 50602

Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency P: (319) 267-2410
F: (319) 267-2135
E: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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History

Butler County was first organized in 1854 with Robert T. Crowell being appointed as the first Sheriff. Sheriff Crowell served until 1855 when Walker H. Bishop was elected sheriff.

Jail

The Butler County Jail was built in 1928 and has since been remodeled in 1983 and again in 1992. The current capacity of the jail is 12 inmates.

The main purpose of the Butler County Jail is to hold persons arrested for crimes committed in Butler County. The jail is to protect the public and make sure the person arrested is available for subsequent court appearances. The secondary purpose of the jail is for punishment of those persons convicted of misdemeanor crimes. Those persons can be sentenced to the Butler County Jail for up to one year.

Civil

Various types of papers that we serve:

Original Notices - An information, advice, or written warning, in more or less formal shape, intended to apprise a person of some proceeding in which his interests are involved, or informing him of some fact which it is his right to know and the duty of the notifying party to communicate.

Crimestoppers

What is Crime Stoppers?

Crime Stoppers began in Albuquerque, New Mexico in September of 1976. Members of the local community, in partnership with the media and law enforcement, began an effort to provide crime-solving assistance to law enforcement. A cash reward was offered to anonymous persons who telephone the Crime Stoppers hot line with information which led to the arrest and indictment of the person(s) responsible for felony offenses. The Crime Stoppers program has enjoyed great success boasting an average conviction rate of 95% on cases solved by Crime Stoppers' tips.

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