16820 Sheriff

Find 16820 sheriff's office, department, headquarters, jail and detention center. Sheriffs provide information on records, arrests, inmates, warrants, and mugshots.


Clinton County Sheriff's Office 230 East Water Street Lock Haven PA 17745 16.9 miles from 16820 570-893-4070


Snyder County Sheriff's Office 12 South Main Street Middleburg PA 17842 19.5 miles from 16820 570-837-3311

Centre County Sheriff's Office 213 East High Street Bellefonte PA 16823 20.1 miles from 16820 814-355-6803

Juniata County Sheriff's Office 225 Bridge Street Mifflintown PA 17059 22.5 miles from 16820 717-436-2213

Mifflin County Sheriff's Office 8 North Main Street Lewistown PA 17044 22.7 miles from 16820 717-242-1105

Union County Sheriff's Office 103 South 2nd Street Lewisburg PA 17837 27.0 miles from 16820 570-524-8716

Northumberland County Sheriff's Office 201 Market Street Sunbury PA 17801 31.3 miles from 16820 570-988-4155

Lycoming County Sheriff's Office 48 West 3rd Street Williamsport PA 17701 31.3 miles from 16820 570-327-2280

Perry County Sheriff's Office 2 East Main Street New Bloomfield PA 17068 34.6 miles from 16820 717-582-2131

Montour County Sheriff's Office 29 Mill Street Danville PA 17821 40.6 miles from 16820 570-271-3020

Huntingdon County Sheriff's Office 241 Mifflin Street Huntingdon PA 16652 42.9 miles from 16820 814-643-0880

Cumberland County Sheriff's Office 1 North Courthouse Avenue Carlisle PA 17013 49.2 miles from 16820 717-240-6390

Columbia County Sheriff's Office 35 West Main Street Bloomsburg PA 17815 49.4 miles from 16820 570-389-5622

Dauphin County Sheriff's Office 101 Market Street Harrisburg PA 17101 51.5 miles from 16820 717-780-6590

Clearfield County Sheriff's Office 1 North 2nd Street Clearfield PA 16830 55.2 miles from 16820 814-765-2641

Do Sheriff's Departments issue restraining orders?

No. Restraining orders must be obtained through attorneys and the courts. After a restraining order is issued, a Sheriff's Department will typically serve, maintain, and enforce the order.

What is the difference between a Sheriff and a Marshal?

A Sheriff is usually an elected official responsible for the Sheriff's Department and all of the duties associated with the office. Marshals tend to have a more limited scope of responsibilities, such as providing court security or issuing subpoenas and warrants. A U.S. Marshal is a federal officer responsible for the security of federal courts and numerous other duties including the witness protection program.

Does the Sheriff's Department issue photo identification to citizens?

Some, but not all, Sheriff's Departments offer this service. In many states, the Department of Motor Vehicles issues photo identification cards for non-drivers.