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All matters regarding employment with the Sheriff's Office are handled by the Walworth County Human Resources Department. You may contact them directly at:Walworth County Human Resources DepartmentGovernment CenterP.O. Box 1001Elkhorn, WI 53121Phone: 262-741-7950
All Walworth County job openings are posted on their website.
You may pick up a blank report from the Sheriff's Office or any Police Department and follow the directions for filling it out. Then you must file it with the State of Wisconsin.
You may pick up a copy of the report in person at the Sheriff's Office or it can be mailed or faxed to you. There is a processing fee of $3. Please allow 4 days for the report to be completed. If you are planning to come to pick up a report in person, you may want to call ahead to ensure that the report is complete.
Provided are the hours set for fingerprinting members of the public. If you are unable to make these times, please call 262-741-4540 and ask for a Jail Supervisor to make other arrangements. Please note you must bring your own fingerprint cards to the Sheriff's Office. You may obtain the cards from the agency requiring the fingerprints.
Monday and Friday9 to 11 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday8 to 11 a.m.
Access CCAP which is another resource for Walworth County court records.
Find information and forms that need to be completed and returned to the Sheriff's Office:
If you are a victim of identity theft please follow the directions and link in the Investigations Identity Theft section.
Submit a tip via email to Walworth County Crime Stoppers or submit a tip via text by visiting TipSoft Alerts and following the directions under For Citizens "Text-a-Tip". You can also submit a tip via a phone call to 262-723-2677.
The Sheriff's Office Range Training Facility is located on Hodges Road in Lafayette Township. It is a county-owned facility and as such is regulated by policy. This facility is not open for public use and exists to train law enforcement agencies at the local, state, and federal levels. In addition, the range is also used by the DNR and the NRA to provide educational courses.
The Elkhorn Pistol Club also uses the facility and membership in this club is required. Trespassing is strictly enforced and violators will be fined and/or arrested. Please contact the Sheriff's Office at 262-741-4680 with any further questions.