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.
Although most Sheriff’s Offices in Missouri handle civil process, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office does not. Pursuant to the Jackson County Home Rule Charter, all civil process service is handled by process servers and execution deputies of the 16th Circuit Court’s Department of Civil Process. For information on how to serve evictions, ex-parte orders of protection, garnishments, replevin orders, subpoenas and/or any other type of civil process, please contact the Civil Process Department of the 16th Judicial Circuit at 816-881-3644.
16th Judicial Circuit Civil Process Department
The Sheriff’s Office has a special webpage regarding Sex Offender Registration.
Sex Offender Unit Page
The Sheriff’s Office Headquarters is located north of I-470 and Woods Chapel Road. The easiest access is from I-470/M-291. Take the Woods Chapel Road exit east to Lakewood Drive, north to Lakewood Court, and south to the Sheriff’s Office Headquarters.
Sheriff’s Office Headquarters
There are 18 municipalities within Jackson County. Police Officers primarily serve the citizens of those incorporated cities, and Sheriff’s Deputies perform the same duties as Police Officers within all of Jackson County. Although Sheriff's Deputies primarily serve the citizens of unincorporated Jackson County, the authority of the Sheriff and his Deputies to enforce state laws, including state traffic laws, extends across the entire county.
If you believe you have an arrest warrant, you may surrender yourself at any police station or at the Sheriff’s Office Headquarters. The Sheriff’s Office will not inform you over the telephone whether or not you have warrants.
Pursuant to the Jackson County Home Rule Charter, Jackson County, Missouri Sheriff’s Office does not operate the Jackson County Department of Corrections (JCDOC). The JCDOC is operated independently by Jackson County, and they may be reached at 816-881-4200. If the person is in another jail, you need to call that specific jail. Visit the Jackson County Department of Corrections for additional information, including information regarding visitation policies at the County Detention Center.
Jackson County Department of Corrections
The Property/Evidence Unit safe guards all non-evidence, such as found items. Items left at the Jackson County courthouse security checkpoints remain there for 30 days, after which they are turned into the Property/Evidence Unit. These items are held for 1 year after which they are disposed of in the manner prescribed by law.
This information is only for vehicles which have been towed by authority of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office uses 4 selected tow services. If you are not informed of which company towed your vehicle, you will need to call the Jackson County Sheriff’s Property/Evidence Unit at 816-541-8017, ext. 72222 during normal business hours ( Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.). You will need to provide information on the year, make, and model of the vehicle in question and the date in which the vehicle was towed. You may claim your vehicle at any time provided that the vehicle is not being held on a “Police Hold”. A police hold will only be placed on vehicles involved in a criminal investigation not to exceed 24 hours unless further ordered by the courts. To claim your vehicle, you will need to go to the appropriate Tow Service and show proof of ownership (title and registration on the vehicle) and have a photo ID.
Since August 28, 2007, you no longer need a permit to transfer when purchasing a firearm; you will go into a gun shop and make your purchase. At that time, the dealer must contact NICS (National Instant Criminal Background Check System), and you must complete the BATF form 4473 before you take possession of the firearm. Individual-to-individual transactions within the state will not require a permit to transfer.
Transactions involving the purchase of a firearm from another state still require that the handgun is transferred to a Federal Firearms Licensed (FFL) dealer in Missouri, and then the purchaser picks up the firearm from that dealer.
National Instant Criminal Background Check System