The Sheriff’s Office Administration Office is located on the third floor of the Webster County Courthouse. This Office consists of four employees who manage the ‘business’ side of the Sheriff’s Office. In addition to financial and operational responsibilities, they have daily contact with members of the public in the office and by phone. Office hours are from 8:30am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday and closed for all state holidays.
The Deputy Clerk, Tiffany Knight, coordinates all clerical and record keeping responsibilities for the Sheriff's Office. She directly manages the accounts payable processes and makes monthly settlements with the Circuit Court Clerks and the County Treasurer for all monies received. The Deputy Clerk is also responsible for reporting the to the FBI with the UCR (Uniform Crime Reporting) every month. In addition, the Deputy Clerk serves as the Sheriff's Secretary, Administrative Assistant and Civil Process Clerk. The Civil Process Clerk is responsible for receiving, maintaining, and tracking all civil process that comes to the Sheriff's Office. These include Orders of Protection, Summons, Subpoenas, Eviction Notices, and various Writs. This position also deals with felony arrest warrants from Circuit Court and maintains the Sheriff's Fee Account. The Deputy Clerk also manages the Conceal & Carry Permits.
The Administrative Assistant, Jennifer Lynne Myler, directly manages the accounts payable processes and makes monthly settlements with the Circuit Court Clerks and the County Treasurer for all monies received. Lynne is also responsible for preparing, entering, and maintaining all Incident/Offense Reports that are submitted by the various deputies. In addition, the Administrative Assistant also assists with the Conceal & Carry Permits.
The Conceal and Carry Specialist, Devin Johnson, has the primary responsibility of handling all aspects of the Conceal and Carry Permit process. Devin also assists with receiving, maintaining, and tracking all civil process that comes to the Sheriff's Office. These include Orders of Protection, Summons, Subpoenas, Eviction Notices, and various Writs. She is also responsible for entering and maintaining the Inmate Files.
The Evidence Officer, Kristina Fetterolf, is primarily responsible for all things having to do with evidence. Including the handling, processing and storage of evidence. She is also responsible for the returning of evidence to rightful owners. Along with evidence, Kristina is involved with formatting all inmate files from paper files to digital files. She is also responsible for assisting with the Conceal and Carry Permits.
NEW CONCEAL & CARRY PERMITS (CCW)
Conceal and Carry Permits are processed in the Administration Office Wednesday through Friday 9am - 4pm by appointment only. Please call (417) 859-2247 to schedule your appointment.
When applying for a Conceal and Carry Permit, you will need the following items:
- Certificate of Firearms Safety Training Course from Approved Instructor
- Drivers License
- $100.00 non-refundable permit fee (we accept Check or exact amount Cash)
- It can take the Missouri State Highway Patrol up to 45 days to process your permit application. Upon completion, you will be notified by phone to pick up your permit in our office.
- The Conceal and Carry Permit carrier is responsible for being aware and abiding by all the Missouri State laws and statutes. RSMo 571.101
CONCEAL & CARRY RENEWALS
- CCW's need to be renewed every 5 years. You will need to bring a $50.00 renewal fee to the Webster County Sheriff's Office during office hours.
CONCEAL & CARRY MOVES and TRANSFERS FROM ANOTHER STATE