Welcome to the website of the Racine County Sheriff's Office.
We hope you will find the information you are looking for within these pages. Our agency remains dedicated to providing the core services that help maintain public safety, peace, and order in Racine County. We remain committed to utilizing our resources in the most efficient and responsible manner possible. Our citizens expect these things, and deserve them. It is our great privilege to deliver these services to them.
- Oct 20
***UPDATE*** Help ID Me On July 21, 1999 a body of a white female homicide victim was discovered on the edge of a cornfield located on 92nd Street in in the Town of Raymond, Racine County. In 2013, Jane Doe Racine County, Wisconsin was exhumed. The advancements in forensics allowed The Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. to conduct stable isotope testing on portions of her remains. Chemical isotope testing performed by the Smithsonian on a sample of her hair and bone suggest she may originally have been from or spent several years of her life in Alaska, Montana, or portions of southern #Canada. None of this would be possible without the support of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. This case will continued to be worked until she is identified and persons responsible are held accountable for her death. Link to her poster: https://goo.gl/4zuQm2 Please call Inv. Tracy Hintz at 262.636.3190 or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST if you have any information that could help identify this female.
- Oct 20
An inside look at an inmate attacking an officer inside our jail this week. Thankfully, the officer sustained no major injuries.
- Oct 18
RACINE-On 10/17/16 at approximately 10:45 pm an inmate in the Racine County Jail attacked a Racine County Jail Corrections Officer in the intake area of the jail. Additional staff members responded and were able to restrain the inmate. The Corrections Officer was taken to Ascension All Saints Hospital for treatment of injuries to his facial area sustained by the inmates attack. The inmate, Deonte D. Anderson was being held on current charges of Armed Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon and Possession of a Firearm when the incident occurred. An additional charge of Battery to a Corrections Officer has been submitted to the District Attorney for review.
- Oct 18