Adult Probation

Offices

Building Maintenance

Building Maintenance is responsible for the ongoing maintenance of all County-owned property. The County maintenance department also coordinates the repair and improvement of County-owned buildings in Lebanon. 

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Commissioners

The County Commissioners are the custodians of the home-rule powers of the county. Counties have three Commissioners, one from each district in the county.

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County Council

The council has the ultimate decision-making power regarding fiscal affairs. The council has authority to view or review fiscal matters, determine proper policy, and set priorities for the allocation and expenditure of county funds. The General Assembly determines the powers of the county council in this area.

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Human Resources

The Boone County Human Resources Department is committed to providing the citizens of Boone County with a diverse, competent, trained, and professional workforce.

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Area Plan

Planning and zoning is offered as a service to the community to help preserve property values and to locate compatible land uses in the same vicinity. Also, the distribution of zoning districts is typically based on densities. Where there are non-compatible land uses that abut each other, we try to screen or buffer the two conflicting uses.

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Recorder

Most states have an elected recorder or a register of deeds. A Constitutional office, the county recorder’s primary function is to maintain permanent public records submitted for recording. These records are the legal basis for determining ownership of real property.

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Soil & Water

The Boone County Soil and Water district is a governmental subdivision of the state and a public body corporate and politic exercising public powers as provided for under Indiana Code (IC 14-32-5).

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Solid Waste District

The District offers multiple programs for Boone County residents to be responsible stewards of the environment while preserving public health in and around Boone County.

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Assessor’s Office

The County Assessor is a statutory office created by the Indiana General Assembly and is elected every four years. The primary responsibilities of the county assessor are to determine the assessed value of property in the county and certify those values to the county auditor for the preparation of property tax statements. 

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Auditor’s Office

The Boone County Auditor is located on the second floor in the southeast corner of the Boone County Courthouse. Primary questions regarding real property deductions, accounts payables, property addresses / property boundaries and property ownership can be directed to this office.

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Treasurer’s Office

In Indiana, voters choose their county treasurer as it is a Constitutional Office. In some states, the person who performs the duties performed by county treasurers in Indiana is referred to as the tax collector. That title perfectly describes the primary duty of the county treasurer.

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Circuit Court

The Indiana Constitution directs that the State be divided into several circuits by the General Assembly. Of the 92 counties in Indiana, 88 have circuit courts. The remaining four counties are divided into joint circuit courts of two counties each. There are 102 circuit court judges in the State of Indiana.

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Clerk’s Office

The General Assembly, by statute, has assigned responsibility for many of the administrative functions of the county courts to the clerk of the circuit court, which is sometimes referred to as the county clerk. This is a Constitutional Office.

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Superior Court I

Boone County was established in 1830, named after and in honor of Daniel Boone. The Boone County Superior Court I was established in 1968 by the Indiana State Legislature. The Honorable Paul Johnson was the first Judge of Boone Superior Court I.

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Superior Court II

Building Maintenance is responsible for the ongoing maintenance of all County-owned property. The County maintenance department also coordinates the repair and improvement of County-owned buildings in Lebanon.

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Adult Probation

Probation is an alternative to serving an executed sentence in jail or prison for a criminal conviction. Each Offender placed on probation has been given written terms of their supervision, prepared by the sentencing Judge.

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Community Corrections

The Boone County Community Corrections mission is to increase public safety by providing a cost effective community-based alternative to incarceration by providing intensive supervision in combination with effective evaluation and providing evidence-based programs in order to motivate adult and juvenile offenders towards positive citizenship.

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Coroner

A coroner is a person whose standard role is to confirm and certify the death of an individual within a political jurisdiction. A coroner may also conduct or order an inquest into the manner or cause of death, and investigate or confirm the identity of an unknown person who has been found dead within the coroner’s jurisdiction.

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EMA

The overall mission of the Boone County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) is to ensure the safety of the people and property of Boone County.

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Juvenile Probation

Juvenile probation is a form of sanctions that allow juvenile offenders to remain in their communities. If deemed by the Court to be eligible for probation, the juvenile is supervised according to the conditions the Court sets. 

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Prosecutor’s Office

The Office of the Boone County Prosecutor handles thousands of criminal cases every year. These include adult and juvenile crimes ranging from felony cases to traffic infractions, including Juvenile cases and Bad Check cases occurring within Boone County. The Child Support Division has a caseload of over 2000 files and on average collects over $2,000,000 per year in child support payments.

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Sheriff’s Office

The mission statement of the Sheriff’s Office is clear – “The Boone County Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing a safe and supportive community through honest, competent, professional and progressive law enforcement services.” Our Value points are Integrity, Leadership, Loyalty, Professionalism, and Commitment.

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Highway Department

The Boone County Highway Department is responsible for maintaining and improving the highway network for all residents, business owners and visitors of Boone County.

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Surveyor’s Office

The surveyor must prepare, maintain, and keep in their office a legal survey record book showing maps of sections, grants, subdivisions, or groups of such areas in sufficient detail so that the location of each is shown.

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