ONSITE VISITING HOURS REMOTE VISITING HOURS
Monday – Friday Sunday – Saturday
5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
12:30 – 4:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
All visits must be scheduled 24 hours prior to the appointment or up to one week in advance. Inmates can only have 2 visits per week (onsite), so visitors must be sure to schedule their visits with other family and friends. You can only have one visit per day only.
Inmates can have three remote visits per week. To schedule a remote visit you will need to have a least $10.00 in your ICSolutions prepaid account. If you need to add funds, please go to www.icsolutions.com or call 888-506-8407.
Visitor wishing to visit from home should test their connection prior to scheduling a visit. Please go to www.icsvideovisit.com for instructions.
Each visitor must show a valid picture ID with date of birth on it. Items such as bags, coats, hats, jackets, cell phones, weapons, cameras, food or drink will not be permitted in the visiting area. Please secure these items in your car. You must wear appropriate clothing during visitation times and conduct yourself in a suitable manner.
Visitation can be cancelled at any time due to unforeseen problems. Any questions or problems can be addressed to Jail Administrator Kevin Coates at 573-629-0414.
1. Inmate must be in custody three (3) days before a visit is allowed.
2. Inmates are allowed three Onsite and three Remote visit per week for 20 minutes. (one visit per day only)
3. Each Visit is limited to four (4) persons at a time.
4. Children can visit on both days.
5. Visitors are subject to STAFF approval. If you are a co-defendant in a case involving the inmate you wish to visit, STOP! You will not be allowed to visit.
6. Out of town visitors traveling 100 miles or more are limited to 1 hour visit a month, this visit will only be on the weekends. You must fill out a visitation form and be approved prior to an hour visit, this form must be turned in the Thursday prior to the visit before noon. This does not guarantee an hour visit. The form can be mailed to the jail. Click here to download the form.
At intake if the person has money with them, it will be placed in a Kiosk to start the individual an account. They will also be given a paper with our phone number and their inmate ID# and a website that they can give to their family and friends to put money on their accounts. Money orders can be mailed to our facility. The name and individual who is to receive it and who is sending it should be clearly legible. A receipt will be issued to the inmate. There should not be any other papers in the envelope with the money order or it will all be returned.
Funds can also be added to the individual’s account by calling Access Secure Deposits at 866-345-1884 or by internet site www.inmatedeposits.com. We also have a Kiosk in the lobby at the jail. These have fees depending on the amount you deposit.
You will need to ask your family member for their inmate ID# or click HERE to go to the active inmate list when you use the Access Secure Deposit system. Also, when you use Access Secure Deposits the funds are approved and placed on the individual’s account within 24 hours.
We know how important it is for you to receive calls from your family members. We have two ways of providing this service. ICSolution is our phone provider.
ICSolutions– can be contacted by phone or internet. You must set up an account to start the services. Their number is 888-506-8407 or www.ICSolutions.com. The web site does give information on how their services work.
We also have voicemail available where you can leave a message. That number is 573-719-1071.
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is also taking bond payments with GovPayNet. They accept the following credit, debit & prepaid debit card brands (or any combination): Master Card, Visa, American Express, Discover, Debit Cards. This is a 24 hour service 7 days a week at www.GovPayNow.com or 1-(888)604-7888.
All incoming mail is checked for contraband by detention staff. Legal and governmental mail is accepted without restriction. Mail that is clearly labeled as legal/governmental paperwork will be opened and examined for contraband, in the inmates’ presence and will not be read by Detention Staff.
Non-legal/non-governmental correspondence is accepted in the form of postcards/emails and must be pre-stamped or pre-metered only . This practice provides a safer, contraband free environment for both inmates and the staff. All postcards/emails not meeting approved standards will be returned to sender. All postcards must be no larger than a 5” by 7”. A post card/email can be made from a picture which can be sent in but no pictures or stickers may be attached to a card. Pictures may not be of a pornographic or lewd nature and may not include representations of illegal activity. Post cards will not be laminated nor pictures due to security reason. Bible study sheets can be mailed into the facility as well as soft covered books from publishers.
All emails will be approved each working day around 10:00 a.m. If you send an email after that time it will not be approved till the next working day. NO emails will be approved on weekends, holidays and during technical issues. The website for sending emails is https://jailfunds.com/ it is free for you to send an email to your incarcerated family or friend member but it will cost them .50 cents to reply back for each email.
Money orders can be mailed to our facility. The name and individual who is to receive it and who is sending it should be clearly legible. A receipt will be issued to the inmate. There should not be any other papers in the envelope with the money order or it will all be returned.
CONTACTING THE JAIL DIVISION
Correction Officers – 573-629-0421
Jail Administrator, Kevin Coates – 573-629-0414
Nurse, Lori O’Brien – 573-629-0407
Kitchen Extension – 573-769-2077 x 1024
Inmate Funds/Phones/Commissary – 573-629-0406