Administration

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Sheriff Gary Davis

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Chief Deputy Leonard Collins

 

The Barry County Sheriff's Office Administration Division is located at 505 East Street, Cassville, Missouri, next to the Barry County Jail.

The Sheriff is Gary Davis. He oversees all county law enforcement personnel, including deputies, detectives, corrections officers, and the administration staff.

The Chief Deputy is Major Leonard Collins; he is also known as the Under-Sheriff. He oversees the county deputies and their duties.

 

The office currently has three full-time employees: Executive Assistant Kathy Emo; Civil Process Clerk Danna Miller; and Administrative Assistant Julia Gorton.

The Executive Assistant coordinates: all clerical and record keeping responsibilities for the Sheriff's Office; directly manages all bank accounts for bond and civil monies collected; keeps records and billing on all active grants and government contracts; remits monthly settlements to the County Treasurer for all monies collected; handles all personnel records, UCR reporting, and serves as the Sheriff's Secretary.

The Civil Process Clerk is responsible for processing Civil Process that comes into the office, including Orders of Protection, Summonses, Subpoenas, and Garnishments. The Civil Process Clerk also processes Conceal and Carry Permits for citizens within Barry County.

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for maintaining, tracking, and filing paperwork that comes into the Sheriff's Office from the county jail. The Administrative Assistant also helps maintain criminal reports, answers phones, and assists in the processing and maintenance of Conceal and Carry Permits.

 

CIVIL PROCESS

The Barry County Sheriff's Office serves an average of 400 papers every month. Papers served include Orders of Protection, Subpoenas, Summonses, and Garnishments.

There is a $30.00 fee per defendant served, plus mileage for serving a paper in Barry County. Use the link below to see the mileage fees for the different cities in the county.  

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CONCEAL & CARRY PERMITS (CCW)

Conceal and Carry Permits are processed in the Administration Office, Monday through Friday, 8am-3:30 pm (excluding state and federal holidays). When applying for a Conceal and Carry Permit, you will need the following items:

              Certificate of Firearms Safety Training Course
              Driver's License with current address
              Permit fee

Here are the fees for the type of permits we issue:
              New permit:                     $100
              Renewal:                          $50
              Reissue (due to loss, etc.): $10
              Transfer from out of state: $78.75

It will take up to six weeks to process your permit application. Upon completion, you will be notified to pick up your permit.

CONCEAL & CARRY CHANGES

If you have a change of residence or a name change, or a lost or destroyed you must notify the Sheriff's Office within thirty days.

CONCEAL & CARRY RENEWALS

Although we strive to alert citizens of their upcoming expiration, you should not expect to be notified when your Conceal & Carry is due for renewal. Conceal and Carry Renewals may be done up to thirty days prior to your expiration but no sooner. If you fail to renew on or before expiration date you will be charged an additional $10.00 fee per month for each month it is expired for up to ten months.  After ten months, you will be required to start the process over again for a new Conceal & Carry permit.

CONCEAL & CARRY TRANSFERS FROM ANOTHER STATE

Missouri accepts most other state's conceal and carry permits. If you are from out of state and need to transfer your permit to Barry County, please call our office to verify that your state's permit is transferable. If we can transfer the permit, you will need to bring in your current permit, your Certificate of Qualification, state issued identification (with current address), and your transfer fee.

 
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