Oneida County
Sheriff's Office
Rhinelander, Wisconsin

"Committed to Our Community"


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2000 E. Winnebago St.
Rhinelander, WI 54501
Phone: 715-361-5100
TTY: 715-361-5183
FAX: 715-361-5112

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National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

Oneida County Government

Oneida County Department of Social Services

Wisconsin Road Conditions

Sex Offender Registry

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The WI Statewide VINE system is a service through which victims of crime can use the telephone or Internet to search for information regarding the custody status of their offender and to register to receive telephone and e-mail notification when the offender’s custody status changes. The VINE toll-free number for the WI Statewide VINE system is 888-868-4631.  This service is provided to assist Victims of Crime who have a right to know about their offender's custody status.

 


Sheriff Grady Hartman
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SHERIFF'S OFFICE INFORMATION

Mission and Services Statement

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NEWS RELEASES

Operation Aegis
10-13-14

Bear in Residence
10-03-14

Highway 51 Accident Fatality Name Released - Correction
09-27-14

Highway 51 Accident Fatality Name Released
09-27-14

Highway K Rollover Accident
09-26-14

Highway 51 Accident Fatality
09-26-14

UTV Accident Victim Identified
09-22-14

UTV Accident
09-21-14

Drug Take Back
September 27, 2014

09-11-14

Oneida County Severe Thunderstorm Update
09-04-14

Darr Street Accident
08-09-14

Motorcycle Accident
07-20-14

Found Skeletal Remains Identified
07-02-14

Found Skeletal Remains
06-30-14

Vehicle Pursuit
06-24-14

Three Lakes School Training Exercise
06-06-14

Found Property Notice
06-06-14

2014 Boat Safety Class
06-05-14

National Police Week
05-12-14

Pelican River Death
Name Released

05-10-14

Pelican River Death
05-10-14

Chief Deputy Promotion
05-09-14

Sex Offender Verification
05-09-14

National Correctional Officers Week
05-05-14

ATV Safety Classes
04-28-14

National Take Back Day
04-16-14

Methamphetamine Arrests
04-16-14

Applications for E-911 Telecommunicator Accepted
04-15-14

Traffic Crash - County Hwy G
04-14-14

2014 National Telecommunicators Week
04-11-14

Flick Arrest
04-08-14

Sex Offender Release
02-26-14

Hwy 8 and Shady Rest Road Traffic Fatality - Update
02-15-14

Hwy 8 and Shady Rest Road Traffic Fatality
02-14-14

Update on Suspicious Bag Found at Oneida County Courthouse
02-11-14

Suspicious Bag Found at Oneida County Courthouse
02-10-14

Woodland Trail Fire - Victim Identified
02-05-14

Woodland Trail Fire - Fatality
02-04-14

Woodland Trail Fire
02-03-14

Heroin Arrests
02-03-14

Hwy 51 Traffic Fatalities - Victims Identified
01-15-14

Hwy 51 Traffic Fatalities
01-14-14

Sex Offender Release Notification
01-14-14

As Sheriff of Oneida County, I would like to welcome you to the Oneida County Sheriff's website.  It is my hope you will discover that this site contains useful information about the Sheriff’s office, and another way to receive feedback from people like you.  I will be working to update our web page with information that all members of the community should find useful and important.  My goal is to solicit input from our citizens and keep them knowledgeable of the many programs and services of the Sheriff’s Office. 

The Sheriff is a constitutional officer and the chief law enforcement officer in the County. The Sheriff is responsible for keeping the peace within Oneida County. 

The Office of Sheriff is truly a broad based organization.  There are several statutory responsibilities of a Sheriff that encompass a wide range of services.   The Law Enforcement Patrol and Jail Operations are the two most commonly associated with any Sheriff’s Office.  Some of the other services include; Serving Civil Process, Court Security, Transportation of Inmates, Recreational Safety Patrol, Special Response Team (SRT), Hazmat/Bomb Disposal Unit, Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) programs, School Liaison Program, Crime Prevention, Drug Enforcement and Criminal Investigation, and Public Education may be all lesser known by the general public but just as vital.  For a more detailed look at who we are and what we do, please take a look at our “Mission and Services Statement.”

For those of you that are interested in employment with the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office, we welcome you to this site as well.  Not only is the agency a great place to work, but also Oneida County is a great place to live and raise a family.  This site will only give you a glimpse and we’d encourage you to thoroughly research who we are and what we stand for.  We are sure you’ll be impressed.  Please take a few minutes to download and view our information video.  You will need Windows Media Player to view this video.  If you don't already have it, you can download it, free of charge, by clicking on the logo below.  Also, because the video may play faster than it can download, the video may pause while playing.  If this happens, simply wait a few moments and click on "Play" to resume.

 

Before you move on into other areas of this site, we would like to tell you that the men and women of your Sheriff’s Office are an amazing group of very talented professionals.  They are truly committed to providing the highest quality of public safety service in a professional and courteous manner.   At all levels within the organization we see people that care and being the best they can be.  At the same time, this Office has great culture of looking for ways to become better and continuous improvement is a core value that guides our actions.  If you see an opportunity for us to be better or would like to see additional information on our site please provide us feedback at “information manager” so that we may look into it.  Your thoughts and comments are welcome and very important to us.  We look forward to hearing from you. 

I am honored to serve as Sheriff in the community in which my family and I live in.

Warmest Regards,

Sheriff Grady Hartman