Pulaski County Missouri
403 School Street
Waynesville, MO 65583
Tip Line 573-774-7948
to serve and protect
Serving the Community Since 1833
Jimmy bench, Sheriff
Pulaski County Justice Center
As the sheriff of Pulaski County, I would like to say “thank you” for taking the time to visit our Web-site and for your interest in the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department. It is our department’s goal to supply professional services to our citizens, along with continued efforts to make Pulaski County a safe and positive place to live and visit.
The following pages on this site will acquaint you with some of the services the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department supplies to our community, along with some helpful links. Please take the time to surf this site and familiarize yourself with our agency. In the following week’s additional pages will be added, so please add us to your “favorites” list and check back often. As a citizen of this county, rest assured that we are working daily to make Pulaski County a safe place to live and work, along with supplying a positive environment for raising a family.
If you are one of our many yearly visitors, please enjoy the natural resources and community events/entertainment this county offers, and feel free to contact us with any of your concerns or needs. Once again, thank you for taking the time to visit our Web-site, and also check us out on Facebook, have a safe and productive day.
Jimmy Bench Sheriff
The Pulaski County Commission and the Pulaski County Health have agreed to enact a Stay at Home Order starting tonight at 5pm until April 30th.
Click here on the W to read the Stay at Home Order
If you have any questions Contact the Pulaski County Health Department 573-736-2217
Inspection of Untitled Homemade Trailers
Legislation taking effect as of August 28, 2019, modifies Section 301.191, RSMO, regarding the inspection of untitled homemade trailers. This change in the law will require all untitled homemade trailers regardless of the length of the trailer to be inspected by the Sheriff of the owners' county of residence or by the state Missouri Highway Patrol prior to application for the title and assignment of a vehicle identification number (VIN) by the Missouri Department Revenue. The fee for the inspection will be $25.00.
Citizens will now be able to schedule appointments with Chief Burgess, Monday through Friday 8am-4pm.
Should you have any questions, please call the Pulaski County Sheriff's Department, at 573-774-6196.