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In order to better serve Floyd County, Indiana, the Sheriff’s Department offers the following services and resources to the local community. If you don't find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact us directly.

Crash Reports

Sheriff Sales

Drug Toss Boxes

Sex Offender Registry

Indiana Gun Permits

Partner Agencies

Crash Reports

If you have had an accident in Floyd County and it was completed by a Floyd County Police Officer, the information on how to obtain that report is listed below:

Crash Reports are completed by our patrol officers in digital form and can be purchased online or at our Front Lobby located at 311 Hauss Square in New Albany. The cost of the accident reports is $8.00 when picked up in person and $12.00 online, and you will need the date and location of the incident to help locate this report.

Agencies that make crash reports available through see a tremendous annual cost savings for themselves and taxpayers. This savings is realized through reduced paper printing, processing, postage, storage and retrieval costs.

Lobby Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
*Closed on all County Recognized Holidays

Sheriff Sales

A Sheriff Sale is the result of a court ordered bank foreclosure for the non-payment of standard monthly mortgage. The Floyd County Sheriff’s Department conducts these at 10:00am on the dates listed below. This information is constantly changing so please check back for updates. If you have any questions please contact our Sheriff Sales Coordinator Dezarae Crowe at 812-542-1790 or via email at

  • All sales will be held on the 3rd floor of the City County Building (311 Hauss Sq.) on the date indicated at 10:00 a.m.
  • Anyone bidding on a property MUST bring a letter of approval stating how much they can bid up to.
  • Full Payment In Certified Funds is Required (Cashier’s Check or Certified Check) by 3:30 the day of the sale
  • There is no access to these properties so they cannot be seen or inspected prior to the sale, these properties are sold “AS IS”
  • Although real estate taxes are current on the date of the sale, it is highly recommended that any person interested in purchasing a property at a sheriff’s sale should perform a title search to ensure there are no other existing liens or encumbrances that may follow the property (that you, as a buyer, will be responsible for). You can contact a local title company for further information.
  • The Sheriff, the Sheriff’s Department, and/or Floyd County does not guarantee that the addresses or judgment amounts are correct, valid or complete. The list provided is a COURTESY ONLY.
  • The opening bid on these properties is not released prior to the sale
  • If you wish to bid on a Sheriff sale property and you are not familiar with the Sheriff sale process, we strongly recommend that you speak with an attorney familiar with Sheriff sale proceedings. Again these properties are foreclosure, if you are looking for information on the TAX SALE you will need to contact the Floyd County Treasurer’s office at 812-948-5477

You can see our previous sales here for 2022:

Prescription Drug Toss

On Monday, January 8, 2024, the Floyd County Sheriff's Office will removed prescription drop boxes from Baptist Health Floyd, the Floyd County Health Department, Indiana University Southeast, the Floyd County Sheriff's Office front lobby, and the Floyd County Police Substation. The unfortunate change is necessary due to changes in how we dispose of the contents of these boxes.

The following website indicates that CVS Pharmacy (1950 State St., New Albany), Walgreens (2015 State St., New Albany), and Meijer (4222 Charlestown Rd., New Albany) all provide these drop boxes for disposal.

Additional prescription drop off locations can be found at here:

Sex Offender Registry

The Floyd County Sheriff coordinates with the Indiana Department of Corrections to maintain a website known as the Indiana Sex and Violent Offender Registry to inform the general public about the identity, location, and appearance of each offender that is required to be registered according to Indiana Code. Sheriff personnel register and verify the offender’s residence and place of work on a regular basis and the website is updated daily.

Sheriff’s SVOR representative: 812-948-4718

Indiana Firearms Permits & Permitless Carry Info

Effective July 1, 2022, Indiana will have a permitless carry option providing you meet the criteria of a proper person under Indiana law. If you choose to carry under the permitless option, it is recommended that you speak to an attorney to determine your personal compliance with IC 35- 47-2-1.5 prior to carrying a handgun under this new law. You may still apply for a lifetime or 5 year firearms permit and the Indiana State Police will conduct the necessary checks to determine if you are a proper person under Indiana statute.

Step 1: Complete the online application at the link below. At the end of the application, you will receive directions on how to schedule electronic fingerprinting and payment of state fee.

Step 2: Schedule electronic fingerprinting through our vendor as instructed in step 1.

Step 3: Bring your Application Number to your local law enforcement agency for approval and local fee payment.

Step 4: Your application will be electronically transferred to ISP for final review. If your application is approved, your permit will be sent to you via U.S. Mail. If your application is rejected, you will be notified via U.S. Mail and will receive instructions on how to file an appeal.

Partner Agencies & Local Providers

The Floyd County Sheriff's Department works with a multitude of local county, state, and federal partners. We also have partnered with local resources to provide further services to our community. Please check the link below for partner agency and contact information.