The Sheriff’s Office will NEVER call you and ask you to pay over the telephone to resolve any legal document or warrant. Scammers are at it again, and are now using our name and address of 1098 Monmouth Street as a place to meet in the parking lot to settle an issue. THIS DOES NOT HAPPEN! Please always call our office to verify any such call 859-292-3833. Callers are also masking their number with our number, so DO NOT TRUST anyone asking you to pay to resolve a legal issue over the phone. Call us and verify first.
The Burlington KYTC Regional Driver Licensing Office is now open and offers standard and REAL ID credential services!
Extra measures have been taken to ensure sanitization and proper social distancing to protect the health of customers and employees, including the launch of a new online appointment scheduling system to minimize wait times and lines. Applicants may make appointments online at realidky.com to apply in person for a standard or REAL ID credential. Walk-ins are also welcome. The Regional Driver Licensing Office, 6159 First Financial Drive, will be open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
NOTE: While some services require an in person visit, Kentuckians are encouraged to use mail or drop-in options to renew or apply for standard credentials if they are able:
Those whose licenses, permits or ID cards were lost or expired – or will expire – any time from March 1 through Feb. 28, 2021 and who do not require testing may apply for renewal or replacement remotely through the circuit court clerk in their county of residence.
We had a great visit from the folks who do Cookies for a Cop. They deliver cookies as a sign of support across the Greater Cincinnati Area to Law a Enforcement agencies, Fire Departments and other First Responder Groups. We are very thankful, especially in this difficult year we are all enduring.
Pictured above: Sheriff Mike Jansen, Cookies for a Cop Founder – Becky Grizovic, helpers Carson & Jackson, Sharon Heck-Neal and Chief Deputy Ken Fecher.
The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office will be reopening to the general public June 1st, with one exception.
Appointments are NOT necessary.
All Campbell County Sheriff’s services will be back in full service on June 1st, 2020. EXCEPTION: Due to the close contact required to perform Pre-employment Fingerprinting , this service will not be available until later in the summer. Please check back for announcements for when this service returns.
The Sheriff’s Office Receives Masks Made By Prisoners
Thanks goes out to Campbell County Detention Center’s Jailer Jim Daley and the prisoners that volunteered to make safety masks for our staff to wear during the Covid-19 pandemic. We received 30 masks with additional to come. Pictured is Sheriff Jansen receiving the masks from Lt. Zach Smith from the Detention Center.