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Case Number Name Plat Book Page Parcel Sale Date Attorney Name WD Tax Judgement
A2204624 WOLFE, LEE 550 232 25 8/14/24 $19,672.02
A2303973 MCHONE, MICHAEL 179 79 223 8/14/24 $15,891.66
A2304600 IMPERIAL, HVAC 175 16 6 8/14/24 $5,049.76
A2304605 ROBINSON, RYAN 641 6 42 8/14/24 $7,730.18
A2302910 REDDEN, KAREN 590 381 30 8/14/24 $32,121.19
A2302111 POSEY, CLIFTON 168 2 86,123 8/14/24 $30,433.43
A2303903 SCOTT, LARRY 69 1 171 8/14/24 $10,173.68
A2204634 VISTA VIEW HOMEOWNERS, 570 170 175 8/14/24 $11,003.77
A2301695 CONNER, MICHAEL 203 30 164 8/14/24 $14,086.32
A2400098 COLLINS, DEBBIE 201 39 177 8/14/24 $4,785.66
A2302700 SCHRODER, EVAN 199 41 14 8/14/24 $19,925.66
A2400094 BRENNER, AND 175 14 52 8/14/24 $4,150.69
A2303109 YOUNG, ESTELL 235 3 59 8/14/24 $65,572.04
A2400093 CADCO REALTY INC, 192 65 29 8/14/24 $4,320.60
A2304602 RIVERS, BETTY 68 2 51 8/14/24 $6,864.30
A2400028 2130 HATMAKER LLC, 179 74 95 8/14/24 $3,970.00
A2304217 THOMPSON, GENEVA 651 2 5 8/14/24 $9,250.01
A2400027 PARKER, SCOTTY 590 331 204 8/14/24 $5,682.20
A2303175 SIEKBERT, EARL 203 28 14 8/14/24 $11,634.55
A2305137 AH, ESTATES 53 3 98 8/14/24 $8,965.73

Jail Services

Corrections Officers play a critical role in the custody, security, and treatment of inmates or detainees while learning and developing the interpersonal skills required to perform a range of corrections officer assignments. Working in the jail provides valuable experience, knowledge, and communication to prepare Deputies to move into various roles within the Sheriff’s Office.

Our employment process is rigorous, and we only select those few who are passionate about engaging with their community and serving those around them. Due to the significance of the sworn position, applicants must always be truthful in their application responses and during the entire certification/hiring process. Failure to be truthful during the certification/employment process may disqualify an applicant. Truthfulness and candor in this application process are important requirements for becoming a Correctional Officer.

Corrections Academy

Corrections Officers are hired into our 10-week, paid Corrections Academy, where they learn Teamwork, Inmate communication/de-escalation tactics, Teamwork, physical conditioning, defensive tactics, first aid, and laws/regulations. Students must meet the testing, attendance, and physical conditioning requirements to complete the Academy successfully. Recruits learn a sense of community and Accountability the HCSO way:

Minimum Requirements:

  • Candidate must have a High School Diplo9ma or GED equivalence
  • Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license and a clean driving history
  • Candidate must be able to pass a drug screening, medical examination by a licensed physician, and a CVSA (lie detector)
  • Candidate must be 18 years of age prior to the hire date
  • Candidate must be a U.S. citizen or Naturalization Certified
  • Candidate must have a clean criminal record, including no felony convictions
  • Candidate must not have had a DUI conviction within the past five years and no more than two in a lifetime
  • Candidate must have an Honorable Military Discharge, if applicable

Applicants may be disqualified from consideration for certification/employment as a Correctional Officer if it is determined that the applicant:

  • Was untruthful, deliberately omitted, concealed, or falsified relevant facts during the certification/employment consideration process;
  • Been convicted of a felony;
  • Committed serious employment-related crimes;
  • Sold illegal drugs;
  • Used illegal drugs within a specific period of time; OR
  • Acquired extensive debt or evidence of extreme financial negligence


Corrections Officers work 12-hour shifts: 7 am – 7 pm or 7 pm to 7 am. There is occasionally mandatory overtime in 4-hour increments. There is also a mandatory shift that is worked once every 30 days.

Please note:  If you apply for a corrections officer position, most communication(s) from the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office will be via email. It is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to ensure your email address is current in your online profile and that you check your email, including “Spam” and “Junk” folders, to ensure you do not miss any notifications. In addition to checking your personal email account, you may also check for notifications by logging in to the online application system and utilizing your login and password.