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Jail Visitation


The Jail has utilized a Video Visitation System for visitation.  ALL VISITS ARE SUBJECT TO RECORDING AND MONITORING. 

  1. Inmates are allowed 1 free onsite visit per week. Paid home visits are currently unlimited.
  2. A total of 3 people can be scheduled to visit an inmate at one time.  All 3 people must be registered including children.
  3. Visits will be for 30 minutes.
  4. All children (under the age of 18 years of age) must be accompanied by an adult and must possess a copy of the child’s birth certificate.
  5. All visitors must possess a valid photo ID, such as a Driver’s License, or State ID Card.
  6. Behavioral problems will result in the visit being terminated.
  7. Appropriate dress is required at all times.
  8. There will be NO EXTENDED VISITS
  9. Visitors found to reposting visits to any form of social media will be subject to being banned from visitation.
  10. If a crime is being committed during the visit it will be reported to proper authorities.
  11. Visiting hours are from 10:00 a.m. till 11:00 p.m. everyday.
    1. Visitation is conducted via Securus Video Visitation.
    2. Inmates receive one free 30 minute visit per week conducted onsite.
    3. Additional visits can be purchased through Securus at the link listed below.
    4. Purchased visits are conducted from home using an approved smart device such as a tablet, smart phone, laptop computer or P.C. with a camera and audio equipment.
    5. Inmates are allowed to receive visits after they have been in custody for 24 hours.
    6. Visitors are subject to a 24 hour wait for approval to visit.
    7. Visitors will be required to have their P.I.N. with them to conduct a visit.
    8. Visitors must know what terminal they have been assigned to visit on.
    9. This information is given upon completion of the scheduling of the visit.
    10. It is the visitor’s responsibility to retain this information for their scheduled visit.
    11. The visitation terminals are located in the front lobby of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.
  12. The calendar week runs from Sunday through Saturday.
Sours: https://www.jacksoncounty-il.gov/government/departments-a-z/sheriff-s-office/jail-visitation

Correctional Facility

Mission Statement/About Us:

The Jackson County Correctional Facility is located in Marianna, Florida and has a holding capacity of 300 inmates. In the summer of 1992, inmates were moved from the old jail located behind the Jackson County Court House to the new facility located on Penn Avenue.

The Correctional Facility has a staff of approximately 38 full time certified correctional officers. Of these, there are two lieutenants, five sergeants, six corporals, and one captain. Other full time positions consist of three medical personnel, one maintenance person, three food service workers, and two administrative support positions.


How do I deposit money in to an inmate’s account?

  1. Money may be deposited in an inmate’s account by our Lobby Kiosk (cash, credit/debit card). Lobby hours for depositing funds are 6:00 AM – 8:00 PM daily.
  2. Visiting accesscorrections.com
  3. Calling 866-345-1884.

All funds must be deposited in to an inmate’s account by Friday at 10:00 AM for them to purchase commissary for the following week.

How much money can I send at one time?

There is no limit to how much can be sent, however inmates are only allowed to spend $70.00 per week from their account.

Are inmates allowed to have anything dropped off to them?

  1. One pair of work boots (NO steel toe)
  2. One pair of eye glasses

These items will only be accepted after the inmate fills out a request and it is approved by the Operations Captain or his or her designee. The items may be brought to the facility Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM.

What if an inmate has medication she or he needs?

If an inmate has medication to be dropped off, call and ask to speak to the medical department for approval. Medical personnel must be present at the facility to accept it. Medical staff are on duty seven days a week from 7:00 AM through 7:00 PM.

How do I set up an inmate telephone account?

The inmate phone service is provided by Securus Technology. They can be contacted by phone at 800-844-6591.

  1. eMessaging – www.securustech.net
  2. Video Visitation – www.videovisitanywhere.com

Are inmates allowed visits?

Inmate visitation is once a week for one hour. Call 850-482-9651 extension: 210, specify the inmate you wish to visit and the day and time will be given to you for that inmate.

Only two visitors will be allowed in to visit at one time. We do not allow anyone to swap out during a visit. You must also have a valid picture ID and present it at the time of your visit. You must be appropriately dressed. Wearing articles of clothing such as mini-skirts, sleeveless shirts, low cut tops, etc. will not be permitted. No items will be allowed in to the visitation booth. Please be considerate of other visitors and do not let small children to become disorderly or wander around the visiting area.

No disorderly conduct towards other visitors, the inmates, or staff will be tolerated at any time. If such action occurs, we reserve the right to terminate the visit and suspend you from returning to visit.

Are notary services available for documents requiring a notarized inmate’s signature?

The Jackson County Correctional Facility provides limited notary services exclusively for documents requiring a notarized inmate’s signature. Notary services are available o on Tuesdays from 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM and Fridays from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

External Links

Send a message to an incarcerated individual with SECUREUS eMESSAGING.
Visit an incarcerated individual from anywhere with SECUREUS VIDEO CONNECT.
Send a message to an incarcerated individual with SECUREUS eMESSAGING
Begin receiving calls from an incarcerated individual today with SECUREUS PHONE SERVICES

Contact Information

2737 Penn Avenue
Marianna, Florida 32448

Phone: (850) 482-9651
Fax: (850) 482-9428

The following extensions are provided for your convenience:

Admin/Front Desk: 210
Kitchen: 217
Booking: 218
Medical: 220
Officer in Charge: 223
Commissary: 226
Classification: 228

Sours: https://jacksoncountyfl.gov/services/correctional-facility/
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The Jackson County Detention Center houses both male and female inmates that are under bond awaiting trial, court order contempt charges, sentenced persons, and temporary housing for the North Carolina Department of Corrections. The Detention Center is overseen by Captain Patrick McCoy. Lieutenant Tiffany Paul also provides additional daily and administrative supervision. The Center runs four, twelve hour shifts that are covered by one sergeant, and three detention officers. The Center maintains an inmate work release program, inmate work crew, and trustee program. These programs allow for a variety of different supervision techniques that best suits the needs of the prisoner and Detention Center. The Detention Center houses up to 72 inmates, and includes solitary confinement, master door releases for emergencies, smoke evacuation fans, and a secured area for prisoner pickup and delivery.



SUNDAYS ONLY FROM 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. and from 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

• Visitors must be on the inmate visitation list.
•  Family members and friends can deposit cash into the ATM in the jail lobby for an inmate.

Detention Center telephone number: 828-586-2458


Captain - Patrick McCoy

Mailing Address:

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office
399 Grindstaff Cove Road
Sylva, NC 28779

[email protected]

Lieutenant – Tiffany Paul

Mailing Address

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office
399 Grindstaff Cove Road
Sylva, NC 28779




[email protected]

Inmate Work Crew

The inmate work crew was initiated for Jackson County by Sheriff Ashe in 2004. The work crew is supervised by an armed detention officer at all times. Currently, Daniel Vreeland oversees the duties of the work crew. The inmate work crew is comprised of willing inmates housed in the Jackson County Detention Center. Inmates volunteer for service and most likely will extra credit towards their sentences. The inmate work crew works for any not for profit agency within Jackson County. Routinely the work crew can be found assisting the Jackson County Grounds Department or North Carolina Department of Transportation. They also assist in the roadside litter pick up programs. Currently, Daniel Vreeland provides armed supervision for the work crew. The work crew is comprised of willing inmates housed in the Jackson County Detention Center. Inmates that volunteer for service receive extra credit towards their sentences.

Detention Officer Daniel Vreeland




 [email protected]



Detention Center - (828) 586-2458

Captain John Buchanan - (828) 631-1131

Lieutenant Sheila Akins - (828) 586-1396

Sours: https://www.sheriff.jacksonnc.org/detention
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Jail and Inmate

"The Jackson County Sheriff's Office Staff will protect and serve the public by providing a safe and secure environment for inmates, staff, and visitors of the Jackson County Jail."  

General Information

  • The Jackson County Jail allows inmates to have 3 photos.
  • These photos MAY NOT include gang graffiti, unclothed persons, or Polaroid photos.
  • Books are ordered for inmates from the Jackson County Library System.
  • Books are not allowed to be brought in and are not accepted through the mail. 


  • The Jail only accepts cash, money orders and cashiers checks.
  • Money orders and cashiers checks should be made out to the inmate.
  • Personal checks are not accepted.
  • The money will be credited to the inmate's account for their use.
  • The Jail staff is not allowed to share any information about the inmate's account with anyone other than the inmate.

Telephones and Phone Calls:

  • Messages are not taken for the inmates via the office staff.
  • If you wish to leave a message for an inmate, you may do so by calling the inmate message system at 507-800-1308.
  • These messages are not confidential.
  • Inmates may purchase phone cards form the Jail.
  • These cards are available in the amounts of $10 and $20.
  • Our phone system only accepts these phone cards.
  • Any other phone cards do not work with our Jail phones.
  • You may also set up collect calls for inmates by calling 1-800-896-3201 or on the Internet at www.reliancetelephone.com.

Inmate Mail:

  • All mail must come through the United States Post Office.
  • Only mail that comes through the Post Office will be delivered to the inmate.
  • All mail is subject to inspection by the Jail staff.
  • The inmate may purchase stamps and envelopes at the Jail.
  • The Jail does not accept stamps and envelopes left by visitors for the inmate.
  • Mailing address for the Jackson County Jail: PO Box 229, Jackson, MN 56143.


Video Calling


Video calling is now available to the inmates. The Inmate will need to initiate this and instructions will be given as to how to video call with the inmate.



Sours: https://www.co.jackson.mn.us/?SEC=CCEFF142-B21A-4F67-9B45-DD20221DB0BB

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What are our responsibilities?

What are our responsibilities?

What are our responsibilities?

 The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer in Jackson County. Sheriff Tedd E. Frazier and his deputies patrol Jackson County and have the power to apprehend persons who are a threat to peace and order. The Sheriff and his deputies are responsible for executing summons, orders, or other processes directed to him by a proper and lawf

 The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer in Jackson County. Sheriff Tedd E. Frazier and his deputies patrol Jackson County and have the power to apprehend persons who are a threat to peace and order. The Sheriff and his deputies are responsible for executing summons, orders, or other processes directed to him by a proper and lawful authority, make return thereof to the courts. The Sheriff also responsible for the operation of the Jackson County Correctional Facility, as well as the Jackson County Dispatching Center.

Quick Reference

What are our responsibilities?

What are our responsibilities?

If you need help immediately, dial 911.

All non-emergency calls to the Jackson County Sheriff's Office (JCSO) can be directed to 740-286-6464.

Contact the Jackson County Correctional Facility (JCCF)  by calling 740-288-1338.

Address: 350 Portsmouth St.

Jackson, Ohio 45640 

Thank You

What are our responsibilities?

Thank You

"We are proud to serve Jackson County. 

We appreciate the respect and support that is given to us from the community.

We work hard for our citizens and will continue to do so."

Tedd E. Frazier, Sheriff

Sours: https://jacksonso.org/
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