The Jackson County, MO Sheriff’s Office has been receiving reports that someone identifying themselves as “Sgt. Danny Barnes from Jackson County Sheriff’s Office” has been calling and threatening to arrest people if they do not pay outstanding warrants.
The Records Division is responsible for maintaining the reports issued by the Sheriff's Office deputies and employees. These reports are an account of criminal investigations, incidents arrests, and/or activities relevant to our law enforcement function. The report may be a part of an official record, which is used as a basis for evaluation regarding further investigative needs and what has been accomplished.
If you would like to request a report, we ask that you make your request through the Jackson County Public Records Center at: Jackson County, MO Public Records Center (govqa.us)
Employers at their request may offer to pay more than the established hourly minimum based on supply and demand.
Holiday pay (based on county recognized national holidays) is one and 1/2 the normal off duty rate.
Current holiday pay will be compensated as follows:
Other restrictions regarding off duty employment:
The Jackson County Sheriffs Office does not automatically provide Worker’s Compensation or general liability coverage for off-duty employment. The funds budgeted to the Jackson County Sheriffs Office covers general liability for acts and omissions by members of the Jackson County Sheriffs Office that occurred under the color of the law. As Such, Worker’s Compensation and general liability coverage for off-duty deputies is decided on a case by case basis in accordance with the Sheriffs Office policies and procedures. Any injury to the deputy, damage that may occur to the deputies property or any county owned property will be the responsibility of the subject requesting the off-duty
The Jackson County Sheriffs Office cannot guarantee a request for off-duty services will be filed and/or covered. Any arrangements made with members of the sheriff's office are done so in good faith. Advanced arrangements for off-duty employment (30 to 45 days in advance) is highly recommended. The legal authority vested in a sworn law enforcement member working off duty employment is limited to the enforcement of federal law, state law and county ordinances. Deputies cannot use police authority to enforce a private employer's policies or regulations. For more specific inquiries, or to discuss potential employment of off-duty deputies, please contact the off-duty coordinator during the hours of 9 AM to 5 PM (Monday through Friday). Sgt. Eli Postlethwait at 816.541.8017 Ext. 72237 or by email, EPostlethwait@Jacksongov.org