Founded in 1821, Bartholomew County is located in the southeastern part of the state with Columbus serving as the county seat. Covering 409 square miles, it lies mostly in the level areas surrounding the East Fork of the White River and its tributaries. The county is intersected by Interstate Highway 65 and U.S. Highway 31 which provide transportation for its commerce, along with one rail line that moves millions of tons of freight through the county annually. Agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism make up the majority of the county's economy.
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Those can be obtained through the Department of Local Government Finance (DLFG) page located on the state's website.
Go to the Sheriff's department with a picture ID.
A subpoena is a court order that tells you to appear in court to testify at a specified date and time. If you fail to obey a subpoena, a warrant may be issued for your arrest or you may be charged with contempt of court. If you are subpoenaed by the Prosecutor’s Office and the defense attorney wants to meet with you, then it is acceptable to speak with the defense attorney. However, you are under no legal obligation to do so. Please contact the Victim/Witness Coordinator in the Prosecutor’s Office. You may have a prosecutor with you at the time you speak with the defense attorney, or you may contact a private attorney at your expense to attend with you.
Yes, Indiana does require you to show your ID before being able to vote. Information can be located on the State's website here.
The Sheriff's office front desk personnel can be reached at 812-379-1650.
Adult Protective Services investigates allegations of abuse, neglect, self-neglect and exploitation involving people 18 years old and older if they are suffering from neurodevelopmental disorder, mental illness, dementia, stroke or anything that involves a person not being capable of caring for themselves. Adult Protective Services currently provides services to the following counties - Bartholomew, Brown, Jennings, Decatur and Jackson. If you would like to report a case of abuse or neglect to Adult Protective Services, please contact their office at 812-379-1670, option 5 or by e-mail through department contact page and someone will contact you as soon as possible.