113 EAST MARKET STREET - WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, OH 43160
Ph 740.335.6170 ~ FAX 740.333.3589 ~ Annex 740.333.3504 ~ Jail 740.333.3783
Thursday 1:00 P.M. To 3:00 P.M.
Thursday 7:00 P.M. To 9:00 P.M.
Saturday 1:00 P.M. To 3:00 P.M.
Money is the only item accepted during visiting hours.
While incarcerated inmates may receive and send U.S. Mail. Mail received will be opened and inspected for contraband. Once inspected, the mail will be delivered to the inmate. Letters from Attorneys, Courts of record, government officials will be opened in the presence of the inmate, inspected for contraband and given to the inmate.
Inmates may send an unlimited amount of U.S. mail while incarcerated. Stamped envelopes may be purchased through commissary.
Indigent inmates upon request, will be provided with enough writing materials, i.e. paper, pen, envelope, postage to mail two letters per week.
Send US Mail to: "Inmates Name"
113. E. Market St.
Washington C.H., Ohio 43160
There is one of three ways for inmates to utilize the phone system.
1) Inmates may purchase blocks of phone time through the commissary daily.
2) Family and friends may set up an account with www.securustech.net or ph: 800.844.6591
3) Inmates may make unlimited collect phone calls during calling hours, 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M.
Special Note: Corrections Staff will not take telephone messages for inmates. Only verifiable emergency messages will be taken.
Inmates may purchase personal hygiene products, writing supplies, a game, greeting cards, snacks, etc. through the commissary once a week. Commissary orders are taken on Sunday and delivered on Wednesday. Note: pop and snack packs may be ordered daily.
Money may be deposited 24/7 into the inmates account through the kiosk in the lobby of the Jail. (See image to the right)
Any additional questions may be directed to the Jail at 740-333-3783
Special Notice: Within the first 24 hours of an inmate's incarceration, the following items will be accepted for the inmate.
Writing paper (no spiral bound notebooks)
10 - stamped envelopes
6 - pair white socks
6 - white t-shirts (no tank tops / no designs)
6 - white briefs
6 - white bras (no under wire)
10 - photos
1 - plastic comb
1 - tooth paste (clear plastic container)
1- roll on deodorant (in clear plastic container)
1- shampoo (in clear plastic container)
1- bar soap
All other items must be purchased from Commissary.
Money orders may be sent to inmates through the U.S. Mail. Money orders received will be signed by the inmate and deposited into their commissary account.
Indigent inmates will be provided personal hygiene items on an as needed basis not to exceed one per week.
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