Sheriff

Welcome! Before You Visit Our Offices…

  • View a list of online services for our department and others you can access from your home or office.
  • If you need to visit our offices in the County Administration Building in person, please note:
    • You will need to check in at a QLess electronic kiosk in the first floor lobby of the Administration Building to join a virtual queue for our office to receive services. QLess also is accessible on a computer using a web browser or mobile device through the free QLess app. After checking in, you will be directed to a service window or a staff member will meet you in the lobby for services.
    • To access our office on the 4th floor, visitors must check in at the Security Desk to receive a visitor badge, and be accompanied by a staff member.

For further questions, call our department at 636-949-3010. Thank you.

The St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department is responsible for court services and security, prisoner transport, civil process and bailiffs.

  • Civil Process is responsible for the service of court documents within the boundaries of St. Charles County. This includes eviction notices, subpoenas, orders of protection, and civil papers. Staff is comprised of nine commissioned and six civilian personnel.
  • Court Services provides a safe and orderly environment throughout the St. Charles County Courthouse. Staff is comprised of 14 commissioned and eight civilian personnel.
  • Prisoner Transport is responsible for the transportation of individuals to and from the St. Charles County Corrections Center and St. Charles County Courthouse. Staff includes six commissioned personnel.

Related Information

Prescription Drug Takeback Day

The St. Charles County Sheriff’s Department is sponsoring a National Prescription Drug Takeback Day drop-off location to ensure safe disposal of unused or expired prescription medications. A curbside collection site will be set up from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday, Oct. 21, at the Courthouse at 300 N. Second St. in St. Charles. A disposal kiosk also is available 24/7 at the St. Charles County Police station lobby at 101 Sheriff Dierker Ct. in O’Fallon. Sharps, including injectables and needles, cannot be accepted. View additional collection sites.