Department Summary

The Saline County Sheriff’s Office strives for a community partnership with our citizens founded on mutual trust by providing a quality public service based upon principle, sound judgment and guidance as set forth by the Constitution of the United States as well as laws directed by state and local authorities with the end goal of ensuring the safety and security of visitors and citizens of Saline County.

The Saline County Sheriff’s office is a professional law enforcement agency in central Kansas that offers services to the public focused on, Correctional and inmate care, patrol activities for rural residents and administrative duties such as records requests.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I deposit money onto an inmate’s account?

We have an online service that will allow for you to deposit funds to an inmate’s account. Visit the website here.
You’ll need the following information:

  • Inmate’s name
  • Birth date
  • Inmate number
  • Credit or Debit card
When is Jail Visitation?

Our current jail visitation hours are Monday - Friday from 9 am - 6 pm. 

How do I get a certified VIN Inspection?

You can use our new feature ‘No Wait Inside Scheduler’ that will allow you to schedule an appointment online to get your VIN inspection.

How do I make an incident report?

You can call our administrative office at (785) 826-6500. We’re currently working on creating a digital incident report online that will allow for you to report online. We’ll share when this feature is available to the public.

Where can I get copies of the reports?

Using our records and information request form here. You can also call our administrative office at (785) 826-6500.

Meet The Staff

Sheriff Roger Soldan

The Sheriff

(785) 826-6500

Brent Melander


(785) 826-6500

Jim Hughes

Operations Captain

(785) 826-6500

Stan Fruits

Corrections Captain

(785) 826-6500

Jeremiah Hayes

Internal Affairs Lieutenant

(785) 826-6500


800 E Pacific Ave
Salina, KS 67401
(785) 826-6500
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