Fees

Fee Schedule


Service Fee
9-1-1 Voice Audio CD (Retention time is 1 year) $10.00
9-1-1 Research time to create copy $20.00 per hour
9-1-1 Typed Transcripts ($25.00 pre-payment required) $20.00 per hour
CD (Audio/Photos) $10.00
Digital Squad Video DVD $20.00
Reports (any report) (per Chapter 13.03) (includes State Accident Reports, non-commercial use) $1.00 per 10 pages
Query Reports $5.00 
Clearance Letters (per person) $5.00
Background Check (per person) $5.00
Jail Summary (per person) $1.00 per 10 pages
Mug Shot Photo (handled through jail division) $5.00 per photo
Daily Incident Report (email) Per Day - $2.00
Per Month - $50.00
Payment: Cash, Check or Credit Card. (Master Card, Visa, Discover or AMEX)

Fingerprinting


For fingerprinting services, cash is accepted and exact change is required. There is an ATM available in the lobby. Services are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the jail division. You can pay with a credit card but only during business hours.
Service Fee
Washington County Residents (per person) $15.00
Non-Washington County Residents (per person) (2 cards) $20.00
Each Additional Card $2.00

Permit to Carry a Concealed Weapon Application


The fee for applying for a permit to carry a concealed weapon is $75.00. The processing fee due when a new permit to carry application is submitted (see the handgun permit page for details).

For a renewal of permit to carry application, the fee is $55.00. The late fee for a renewal permit to carry application is $10.00 if you submit a renewal application packet after the expiration date of the permit but within 30 days after expiration. The total fee is $65.00.

Change of Address or Lost / Destroyed Permit


A permit holder may obtain a replacement permit card by paying $10.00 to the Sheriff's Office. The request for a replacement card must be made on an official, standardized application adopted for this purpose and except in the case of an address change, must include a notarized statement that the permit card has been lost or destroyed. You must notify the Sheriff's Office within 30 days of a change of address or a lost or destroyed permit card (failure to notify is a petty misdemeanor).